If you hate spoilers, do not enter or read this post any further! What follows are detailed possible spoilers for an episode yet to air anywhere.
OK, so you may have heard already about "spoilers" for episode 319 (episode 19 of the current season, next to air in January) that hit the web earlier this week. SciFi.com BBoard
regular Davron posted a link to a page on the official Farscape.com
website, which had an episode summary, in the usual Farscape.com
format, for episode 319, and they had the title as "I-Yensch, You-Yensch
". Shortly after everything on the BBoard, access to the page was restricted, and everyone assumed it was true.
Being the cynic that I am, I contacted Henson to ask if this was true, as I thought it was a prank. They replied:"It would seem that it was a mistaken, premature page and it was removed shortly after posting."
I was waiting for confirmation as to whether these spoilers were real and accidentally, or just some sort of swerve and posted accidentally-on-purpose. Since Henson did not deny that these spoilers are true, my original scepticism has been thrown in to doubt, and so I present said spoilers exactly as they were listed on Farscape.com
. Please remember that these are still unconfirmed, and just because they were posted early on the official site does not guarantee their validity, so take them with a pinch of salt. Until the title and so on of the episode is confirmed, this information will not appear on the Episodes
Rygel and D'Argo meet with Scorpius in a diner on a desolate planet in order to negotiate their freedom: Crichton will board Scorpius's Command Carrier and assist Scorpius with his wormhole research; in return, Scorpius will grant immunity to Moya, Talyn, and the rest of Moya's crew. As a safeguard against double-crosses, Scorpius suggests that Crichton and Lt. Braca should wear I-Yensch bracelets that will synchronize their nerve impulses so that they experience one another's pain. D'Argo and Rygel argue that Scorpius should wear the second bracelet, not Braca; however, before the deal is completed, two heavily armed crazies burst in and hold up the diner.
Meanwhile, trouble is brewing with Talyn. Suffering from extreme paranoia, Talyn blows up a hospital ship carrying 6,000 innocent passengers. Though Talyn expresses extreme remorse, Crais is afraid that it will happen again unless they get Talyn some help. He suggests that the only solution is to shut Talyn down, eradicate his biologics, and then bring him back to life with a full cognitive systems replacement. Moya is distraught when she hears the suggestion - it amounts to erasing Talyn's personality and returning him to the mentality of a "newborn" - and Talyn, incensed at the suggestion, fires upon Moya.
Back in the Diner, with both D'Argo and Braca badly injured, Rygel and Scorpius reluctantly join forces and defeat the armed robbers. Their teamwork during the fray provides them with a basis to trust one another; the deal is clinched, with Scorpius consenting to wear the second I-Yensch bracelet.
Crichton, Aeryn, and Crais soothe both Moya and Talyn. Eventually both mother and son come to accept what must be done, allowing Crais and Aeryn to board Talyn - and shut him down. Writer
: Matt FordDirector
: Peter AndrikidisGuest Cast
Jool (Tammy MacIntosh); Lt. Braca (David Franklin); Sko (Ben Mendelsohn); Wa (Anthony Hayes); Essk (Inge Hornstra); Voodi (Salvatore Coco); Naj Gil (Thomas Holesgrove);
Once again please remember these are not guaranteed to be true; scepticism is a good thing.