Farscape

Farscape (1999)

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Jeremiah Crichton - S1-E14

Visible crew/equipment: In the bottom left hand corner of the screen during the overhead shots of the celebration fire, you can see a camera, with white film canisters on a lower boom.

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Jeremiah Crichton - S1-E14

Visible crew/equipment: After the pod has landed on the planet, when D'Argo and Rygel experience power loss, the hoverchair looses power and Rygel's thrown into the dirt. Then as Rygel shouts, "D'Argo? Where are you going?" the head of the puppeteer, who's wearing a knit cap, can be seen at the right side of the screen.

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Jeremiah Crichton - S1-E14

Continuity mistake: When Lishala gives John the map of the sky she asks him where his home world is, and John picks up a very small stone, but in the closeup he's holding a much larger stone in his hand, then in the wide shot it's small again before he throws it.

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Quotes

Aeryn: Well so far we're right on schedule.
John: Let's hope Rygel is. All he's got to do is switch containers. He gets it right, I got one big kiss for him.
Aeryn: What are you doing?
John: Doing what guys do best - I'm looking for Baywatch.

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Mistakes

After Rygel's transport pod returns to Moya, as the docking bay door slides open, in the shot facing everyone while they have their weapons drawn we can see the bare floor. However, when Aeryn checks Crais for hidden weapons and then as D'Argo approaches him, there's a blue crash mat on the floor. Then it vanishes again.

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Trivia

In at least series one, the ships "throttle" control for the non-pilot crew is a painted Logitech Trackball.

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