Farscape: We're So Screwed (Part 3): La Bomba   Rewatch 
June 18, 2016 12:23 AM - Season 4, Episode 21 - Subscribe

Crichton and company must find a way to escape Katratzi before the Scarrans decide that they are disposable.[via]
posted by cshenk (3 comments total)
This episode totally encapsulates the destruction of John Crichton and the rest of the Moya crew. They're one small group of folks, generally just trying to avoid trouble, but when driven, they are a force of nature, be it taking down a high security bank, evading the PKs and the Scarrans, and so on. John particularly should at some point (and I guess maybe he does in the PK Wars?) just recite Oppenheimer, "Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds."

Dang it, I'm just a sucker for Scoripus' swagger, even when he's frustrated by a force field and a little bit half dead, he has a way of controlling a room, which I attribute to Wayne Pygram. So much of that character's presence is boiled down to how Pygram moves and holds himself.

Oh, hey, now we have two Starks! Well, almost. "You're green!" "How lovely of you to notice!"

I wonder if they filmed John scratching in "Hello There" knowing precisely how they would use it, or back tracked after figuring out he'd drop the bomb and slipped it in earlier?

Sikozu and Scorpy sitting in a tree? They built up to that...and went back to where they were with Chiana and D'argo.

posted by Atreides at 7:42 AM on June 20, 2016 [1 favorite]

Probably my favorite lines from this episode:
Noranti: Who's Stark?
Rygel: Another lunatic with the wrong number of eyes.
Noranti: Oh.

And, of course, the way John and Aeryn say the following:
John: Love you.
Aeryn: Love you too.

posted by cshenk at 10:00 PM on June 21, 2016 [2 favorites]

Sikozu! Didn't see that coming.
the design of the wonkavator is frelled.
posted by the man of twists and turns at 10:04 PM on June 26, 2016

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