D'Argo injures Crichton, as Crichton lies in a coma/near death, he escapes into a highly animated world. It's Farscape, Chuck Jones/Loony Tunes style. Meanwhile D'Argo's actions create a crisis on Moya, which could destroy the Leviathan

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D'Argo injures Crichton, as Crichton lies in a coma/near death, he escapes into a highly animated world. It's Farscape, Chuck Jones/Loony Tunes style. Meanwhile D'Argo's actions create a crisis on Moya, which could destroy the Leviathan

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During the animated Road Runner sequences John Crichton can be heard humming Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries". This music was famously used in the Warner Brothers cartoon "What's Opera, Doc?". See more »

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John Crichton: Lock up the women and hide the fried chicken.
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Hilarious
27 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is by no means a "great" episode. It has very little bearing on the overall plot, the episode comes across as goofy and ridiculous, and some may even say that it is the point at which Farscape "jumped the shark."

But that's just what makes it so damn lovable.

This is definitely one of my favorite episodes. Like so many other episodes, it shows us the internal struggle in John's mind between him and Harvey, the Scorpius clone. But while some of the previous struggles have been bizarre and surreal, this takes the goofiness of their struggles to a whole new level. Bringing John's upbringing into play again, John starts envisioning the ongoing arguments and fights between himself and D'Argo as Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoons, bringing a new level of nostalgic appeal to the series, and making for some hilarious, Looney Toons-style antics. Overall, this is by far one of the most enjoyable and hilarious episodes in the entire series. Anyone watching Farscape should look forward to watching this episode.


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