Crichton learns of the Scarrans' intention to invade Earth. He comes up with a way to collapse the wormhole to Earth -- but he can't do it alone.
Scorpius denies that he's a spy and demands Crichton's help to destroy a cavern of Scarran flora, claiming it will provide a better means of escape.
The crew discover where Scorpius is held and plan to incite a clash between Kalish and Charrid forces, hoping the diversion will help them free him.
Moya's crew tracks Aeryn on a freighter at a Scarran border station. To keep the vessel docked, Noranti releases a deadly, contagious disease.
Jenek must know if Aeryn is carrying Crichton's baby. To locate Aeryn, Crichton and Scorpius travel to an "unrealized reality" version of Moya.
Sikozu is sure the secret base Katratzi is where the Scarrans took Aeryn. Crichton has heard of the unrecorded base -- but can't remember where.
Aeryn and Sikozu witness the landing of a Peacekeeper squad. To elude the searching Peacekeepers, Chiana and Noranti undergo genetic manipulation.
At an an advanced-training camp, D'Argo comes face to face with Macton, the Peacekeeper who murdered his wife and then framed him for the crime.
Chiana purchases an abused slave girl. But when the crew begins acting strangely, they realize the girl may not be as innocent as she first appeared.
The crew returns to Moya in orbit around Earth and find Earth dignitaries awaiting them. The aliens soon find life in the public eye difficult.
The crew travels through a wormhole to 1985 Earth. Learning his dad will fly the doomed Challenger mission, Crichton tries to reverse the timeline.
Sucked inside a wormhole, a being sends Crichton through "realities" of past events to show how risky it can be to misuse wormhole knowledge.
While quarantined above the planet Khurtanan, the crew find their food's been poisoned and they're being blackmailed in exchange for the antidote.
The Moya crew lands on a planet divided by clan warfare. After experiencing hallucinations, Aeryn is coerced into assassinating a clan leader.
The crew is captured except for Crichton and Noranti. The intruders imprison them in their torsos; if Crichton harms them, he'll injure his friends.
Chiana and Crichton are sucked into a game world ruled by a virtual Stark. To escape, they must battle friends and enemies in fantastic guises.
Farscape clip - starring Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Virginia Hey, Gigi Edgley, Anthony Simcoe, John Eccleston. Directed by Pino Amenta.
The journey has never been easy for lost American astronaut John Crichton (Ben Browder), the escaped alien prisoners who are his friends, or their living ship, Moya. And in the third season of FARSCAPE, the ride becomes wilder than ever when powerful issues of love, loyalty, and sacrifice loom large. With strange creatures, bizarre twists, irreverent humor, tragic losses, great loves, and great hopes, this season's story is as broad and weird as the universe itself. Produced in Australia with the incredible talents of Jim Henson's Creature Shop on display, Season 3 of FARSCAPE is like nothing you've seen before!
In the fourth and final season of FARSCAPE, astronaut John Crichton (Ben Browder) and Aeryn (Claudia Black) end up together while the seeds of an uneasy alliance between Crichton and Scorpius comes to the rescue. Echoes of war begin as the reptilian Scarrans seek the wormhole technology Crichton knows to rule the universe. Featuring the amazing creature effects and puppetry from the Jim Henson Company and a nail-biting series finale, this season sends off one of sci-fi's most innovative shows with a bang.
The second season of FARSCAPE finds John Crichton and the living ship Moya's crew with their hands full and as suspicious of each other as ever. Crichton possesses hidden knowledge that his new nemesis, Scorpious, will stop at nothing to get. Aeryn makes serious emotional revelations, Dargo searches for his prisoner son, and Chiana and Crais form an unlikely bond. Featuring amazing CGI effects, prosthetics, and state-of-the-art puppetry--courtesy of Jim Henson's Creature Shop--and a cliffhanger season finale to boot, this installment firmly establishes FARSCAPE as one of the best sci-fi dramas to hit the small screen.
Astronaut and astrophysicist John Crichton becomes stranded on the other side of the universe when his Farscape module goes through a wormhole. He is taken in by the misfit alien passengers of the sentient ship Moya, a spacecraft that happens to be on the run from the militaristic "Peacekeepers." Unfortunately, while the ship is docked and making repairs, Crichton tangles with a captive Peacekeeper named Aeryn --a beautiful and volatile woman who alerts her captain about the Moya, putting everyone on board in danger.