Farscape

Farscape (1999)

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A Prefect Murder - S4-E9

Corrected entry: About a quarter of the way through the episode, three scenes repeat themselves. First Aerun talks to Chricton and says that she's "getting a bad bribe". Then Chricton talks to D'Argo, and is ordered back to the ship because D'Argo wants to show that he has some control. Then Chiana walks in on Sikozu and the Prince. After that, we repeat the Chricton and D'Argo scene, and then, in backwards order, the Chrichton / Aeryn scene - making a highly confusing 15 minutes of bad editing.

Phoebe

Correction: This is deliberate. Each time the scene is repeated it is shown through a different character's point of view and is slightly different. It is not the case of bad editing because the episode is about distorted perceptions, flashbacks and mind control.

tev

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