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"Till the Blood Runs Clear"

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3.67
Review by Renato

I always look at both. I like going to Rotten Tomatoes to find out what the critcis say, but I come here to Y!Answers to find out what everyday people think about the movie.

Review by Tommy

In many ways this is a good episode. I love it when John has to act like he's an enemy of the others, and 'torture' D'Argo. An interesting concept. And yes, I LOVE Furlow, she's an amazing, entertaining character and acted perfectly. An exciting, action-filled episode with some interesting character moments especially between John and D'Argo.

Review by Rory

This was a really enjoyable romp: a sizzling mixture of action, characterisation and ongoing plot development. Furlow is a great guest character and is played with just the right amount of spunky zest by Magda Szubanski. The blood trackers are less interesting but still watchable and the planet has a wonderfully Star Wars-esque vibe. Plenty of good action scenes and some nice character growth for both D’Argo and Aeryn highlight an already winning episode. As for Zhaan’s photo-gasms? Get a room, love!

Review by Rory

This was a really enjoyable romp: a sizzling mixture of action, characterisation and ongoing plot development. Well, the ongoing development is actually rather subtle and won’t really take effect until the third season when we revisit Furlow, but this episode does nonetheless up the ante on Crichton’s burgeoning obsession with wormholes. Speaking of Furlow, she makes a great guest character and is played with just the right amount of spunky zest by Magda Szubanski. The blood trackers are rather less interesting but still watchable and the planet has a wonderfully Star Wars-esque vibe. Plenty of good action scenes and some nice character growth for both D’Argo and Aeryn highlight an already winning episode. As for Zhaan’s photo-gasms? Get a room, love!

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