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Review by Rob Harwood

Having watched the episodes serially, I came to this episode with no conceptions about future episodes whatsoever. So, I was completely surprised by the handling of the two Crichtons and the splitting of the two crews. I enjoyed the pop culture references, especially the aborted A Few Good Men quote; I thought that was obvious and yet subtle at the same time. For me, this was the best episode to date. Maybe it's because I didn't have to wait between episodes, maybe it's because I don't know what's coming next, but this episode introduced a level of complexity that was unexpected and refreshing, unlike any previous episodes. In fact, given the high praise I've heard of Farscape as a whole, I'm surprised at the weakness of the overall series so far, and it is only this episode that gives me hope for the possibilities of the remainder of the series. I liked how the two Crichtons were not unrealistically antagonistic, and yet distrustful of each other; how they were able to outsmart the lie detector in a cooperative fashion; how Xhalax Sun is introduced as a totally savvy character (including the handling of the shape-shifter); and how Crais and Talyn were revived as major players in the plot rather than merely bench warmers. If the remaining episodes can maintain this level of intrigue, I have high hopes for the series as a whole. Otherwise, I'll plod through it just to know what I'm talking about when I say that Farscape was 'ho hum'.

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