scapecadet wrote:I think that the progression of the seasons was quite natural and in fact I like them in that order (I don't mean I like S1 more then the others, but that I view all the seasons as one long story that developed as it went along). You could not shuffle them without losing the momentum (not taking the story logic, but the feel of the whole). S4 was awesome, but also very demanding. The first time I watched it, I remember feeling utterly drained - it was so dark and at times without hope.. Perhaps that is what some people find difficult to like? I feel that the seasons went in a seemless crescendo right up to the finale (only we did not get quite the planned finale). Of course, within the whole, there are better and not so good eps, but I look at the overall effect, rather than season by season.
Just my little opinion
Firecracker wrote:I loved the feeling of reaching beyond the easy safe parameters of regular entertainment. I loved the idea Farscape was playing with notions of reality and pushing the bounds of truth - and at the same time laying in the direction of all those cool subplots - and then not spoonfeeding the audience the resolution.
And that was just the 'A' storyline. The 'B' storyline was even cooler. I don't think there is anything on TV now (in any genre) that even comes close to the sophistication and complexity of Season Four Farscape.
scapecadet wrote:I can handle dark in search of light, I cannot handle dark for its own indulgent sake.
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