Crichton and Chiana get stuck in a video game where they encounter strange/twisted versions of their friends. They must figure how to beat the game, or they'll be stuck inside forever. The ... See full summary »

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Crichton and Chiana get stuck in a video game where they encounter strange/twisted versions of their friends. They must figure how to beat the game, or they'll be stuck inside forever. The game shows Crichton how dangerous/distracting his feelings for Aeryn are, leading him to a dark path to deal with his feelings Written by Jesse Sanchez

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During the sword fight in the tower with the ogre an adaptation of part of the first movement of Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 21 ("Waldstein") can be heard. See more »

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Officer Aeryn Sun: [Said by the princess about Chiana] Well, she's done it now!
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the Alice In Wonderland fantasy episode
9 September 2011 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

I'm glad I gave it one more episode after the epic fail of "Natural Election" - because this one is a wild ride, a Farscape take on Alice, including clearly borrowed elements from the Lewis Carroll story, as well as a VW van and long-lost Farscape friends whom you've been missing. Stark with longer hair is quite lovely. Chiana is Crichton's perfect companion in this adventure, because she's always game for a whirl. The costumes and sets are brilliant and unforgettable, and Aeryn's Scarlett-esque part in the play utterly hilarious - particularly the lisp-y accent. If video games truly offered such absurd, whimsical virtual realities, I would play them. This is the most fun episode of all four seasons to watch.

Parts of the 'virtual' story play out to have been figments of Crichton's imagination and part of the game - exposing his subconscious fears and foreshadowing problems to come in future episodes. Crichton should take some of these game-dreams as a better warning for his own reality.


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