Crichton: This woman could chew her own arm off, what the hell are you doing to her!?
This isn't as much hyperbole as it sounds. In the first season episode "The Flax", Aeryn's leg was trapped and she quite seriously asked Crichton to hand her an axe so that she could get free by chopping off her foot!
Nitpick: While marrying Crichton and Aeryn, Stark tries both a Sheyang prayer for the dead, and a Delvian puberty chant, which were both recognized by the others as being wrong. How do D'Argo and Chiana know these specialized foreign rites so well enough to call him on his mistakes?!
For the second time, Chiana is called upon to birth a baby. The first was Moya's son Talyn.
Goof: Stark asks Braca if Muoma is present in the Temple, and Braca replies, "Yes, he's here." But Muoma is a female.
Nitpick: Scarrans are notoriously hard to kill, but Aeryn kills War Minister Ahkna with one shot of a pulse pistol?!
Once the wormhole knowledge is removed from Crichton's mind by "Einstein", Harvey's usefulness ends and so he self-eradicates.
Rygel kept Crichton's mother's ring safe in one of his stomachs for him.
The right (light emitting) side of Stark's face scarred over, no longer needing it to be covered.
Aeryn: (Speaking to the baby) See all these stars, their yours.
Crichton: (Pointing to the brightest star) Except that one. That one's yours.
This is a reference to Season 3's "Green Eyed Monster". At the end of the episode, Crichton was showing Aeryn his star chart, he said he always named the brightest star of the chart/his universe, Aeryn. The Crichton who told Aeryn this was the one who died, and fathered the baby. When Aeryn returned in Season 4, she said part of the reason she left was because she wanted to come to terms with that Crichton's death, and the surviving Crichton. By the star reference, he demonstrated to Aeryn that there really was no difference between the two Crichtons.
Crichton and Aeryn name their son D'Argo Sun-Crichton.
The introduction was a modified form of the three seasons of Farscape: "My Name is John Crichton, an astronaut. Four years ago I got shot through a wormhole to a distant part of the Galaxy. I ended up on this living ship populated by escaping prisoners who became my friends."
When Crichton is interrogated by the Eidolons and has to explain his situation, he says he does it for the 89th time. This refers to Ben Browder's voice over for the opening sequence in 87 episodes of the series, plus the beginning of the "Peacekeeper Wars" miniseries.
In Season 2's premiere episode, "Season Of Death", after Scorpius takes control of Grunchlk, he makes him bite off his index finger, yet in this episode, the finger is back.
Nitpick: Pilot's voice, which is provided by actor Lani Tupu as always, is different than that used during most of the run of the series. It's much deeper, more similar to Lani's natural voice, which he used when playing his other role, Crais.
Crichton and Scorpius have come a long way- when they are attacked by the PK mercenaries, John hands Scorpius a rifle. In all of their previous encounters as problematical allies, Crichton never trusted Scorpius enough to allow him to be armed. He did give him a weapon for one encounter with a group of bounty hunters in the episode "I Shrink, Therefore I Am", but the rifle was not loaded.
Nitpick: The Eidolons of the water planet and Arnessk have a very different appearance from the priests seen in Crichton's vision of the past, and then later when the lost priests returned to Arnessk, in the season four episode "What Was Lost: Resurrection".
Apparently Scorpius has some sort of connection, presumably through Harvey, that allows him to know whether or not Crichton is alive, even over vast distances.
When Rygel is collecting the crystals from Aeryn and Crichton, it's the first time in the series where we see him in his natural environment- Hynerians are amphibious, and he swims with much more grace and assurance than he walks.
Goof: When we see the pile of crystals Crichton and Aeryn becomes at the end of "Bad Timing" only the ring and their pulse pistols are left... then where did the pulse pistols come from that they draw immediately after being put back together? Did they put the pistols in the pile of crystals before they were reformed?
Yondalao's story about how Peacekeepers came to be suggests that they could very well be closer linked to humans than we thought before: "We found your kind primitive, barely clothed, far removed on the galaxy's outer spiral. Having brought some of you back, your evolution was accelerated with generous alterations."
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