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VHS Video Volume 3.5
Release Date: 3rd June 2002Region Available: UK
Released by: Contender VideoMSRP: 12.99
Buy VHS Video Volume 3.5 from Amazon UK

The fifth of ten videos in Farscape's third season includes the following two episodes:

Incubator - With his wormhole research stalling and his situation desperate, Scorpius inserts the original neurochip into his own brain. He hopes to make contact with the clone of John's personality that spilled into the chip when it was in Crichton's brain. When they meet, Scorpius shows the Crichton clone his terrible, brutal upbringing at the hands of the Scarrans, hoping to persuade him to decode the wormhole equations. Meanwhile, a defecting Peacekeeper scientist offers the real Crichton the secret of wormhole travel in exchange for Moya.

Meltdown - Talyn draws dangerously close to a star, pulled by some mysterious force. Coinciding with this event is the appearance on board of two alien beings, the timid Sierjina and her captor, Mu-Quillus. Crichton and the others learn that Mu-Quillus is responsible for the radiation pulses that are compelling Talyn to fly into the sun and that 83 leviathans have already died in this way. Stark makes a pact with Sierjina to free her spirit from Mu-Quillus and let her pass into the afterlife. However, Stark is acting of his own accord, and his quest to save Sierjina puts the rest of the crew in dire peril.

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