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Jeremiah Crichton 

Crichton is getting frustrated in his new environment. He takes his ship out for a quick jaunt, but Moya's pregnancy is causing some changes in the Leviathan, she starbursts suddenly ... See full summary »

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Crichton is getting frustrated in his new environment. He takes his ship out for a quick jaunt, but Moya's pregnancy is causing some changes in the Leviathan, she starbursts suddenly without little warning stranding Crichton. He finally settles on a planet, and adjusts to life amongst the natives. Moya's crew comes after him to explain the situation, but does he want to go back? Written by Jesse Sanchez

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30 July 1999 (Australia)  »

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After Rigel's fallen off his chair, D'Argo walks off, leaving Rigel to call after him. As he does, the puppeteer's shoulder and part of his hand is visible in the screen's right. See more »

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[Whispering to D'Argo after Rygel has been mistaken as a god by another race]
John Crichton: The Slug Who Would Be King.
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References Jeremiah Johnson (1972) See more »

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The one where the doors fell off
4 August 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Of all the hit and miss first season, this is the weakest episode. While it is okay this it has none of the series clever reworking of a sci-fi staple.

The characters stand still, as does the developing plot. Some of the effects are very poor and everything is rather predictable. While a riot of colour the indigenous people are very boring and stereotypical. The witch doctor is the obvious villain and the village chief just looks bored in a role where his character seems powerless.

In the mean time the female characters have very little to do on Moya

It is an obvious nod to the movie Jeremiah Johnson (a favourite of Ben Browder apparently) but just goes nowhere and is quickly forgotten.


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