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45 - Season of Death (2/2)

Original title : Season of Death (2/2)
First Aired : 16.03.2001 (USA) 13.09.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Ian Watson
Writing credits : Richard Manning
Cast : David Franklin (Lt. Braca), Matthew Newton (Jothee), Hugh Keays-Byrne (Grunchlk), Thomas Holesgrove (Diagnosian Tocot / Plonek), Aaron Catalan (Officer Kobrin)

The Story : While the crew still mourns for Aeryn, Crichton remains a virtual prisoner in the Ice Planet lab. Now that the chip - and the clone - implanted in Crichton's brain have been removed, Scorpius is free to examine the secrets of the wormhole technology. However, something is awry. An imprint of the Scorpius Clone remains trapped inside Crichton's mind. Faced with this intolerable existence, the clone tells John that there is only one way to escape the unholy partnership - he must die.

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46 - Suns and Lovers

Original title : Suns and Lovers
First Aired : 23.03.2001 (USA) 13.09.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Andrew Prowse
Writing credits : Justin Monjo
Cast : Matthew Newton (Jothee), Thomas Holesgrove (Moordil), Leeanna Walsman (Borlik), Jessica Fallico (Alien Girl), David Lucas (Cryoman)

The Story : Eager to spend the loot acquired from robbing the Shadow Depository, the crew of Moya head to a commerce station. The situation becomes disastrous when the commerce station is hit by a violent storm, severely damaging the station and trapping Moya in the docking cables. The storms may not be natural phenomena, but weapons of wrath used by religious zealots to protect their Sacred Stillness from the evils of commerce. With little time to lose, Crichton, Stark, and Rygel set about locating the source of the signal attracting the storm. Meanwhile, D'Argo is confronted with the ultimate betrayal by those closest to him, and becomes depressed and self-destructive. Intoxicated, he bids Pilot goodbye and heads out on the potentially suicidal mission of releasing Moya before the storm hits.

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47 - Self-Inflicted Wounds (part 1): Could'a, Would'a, Should'a

Original title : Self-Inflicted Wounds (part 1): Could'a, Would'a, Should'a
First Aired : 30.03.2001 (USA) 06.12.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Tony Tilse
Writing credits : David Kemper
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), Victoria Longley (Neeyala), Nicholas Hope (Kreetago), Dwayne Fernandez (Cresto), Kerith Atkinson (Shreena), Brian Carbee (Lastren)

The Story : While Crichton inspects a wormhole, a small ship screams out of the hole and collides with Moya. When the two crews recover, they find that the two ships have fused together in a freakish amalgam, and Crichton wakes up face to face with two aliens armed with needle-shooting gills. However, thre is little time to exchange pleasantries. The fused ships are trapped in a series of wormholes, looping repeatedly and Moya seems to be reacting badly to the collision, her systems dying section by section. It is discovered that to separate the ships, one of them must be cast into the wormhole wall and destroyed. The intruders insist that because Moya is on death's door, it is THEIR ship that must be saved, with both crews on board.

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48 - Self-Inflicted Wounds (part 2): Wait for the Wheel

Original title : Self-Inflicted Wounds (part 2): Wait for the Wheel
First Aired : 06.04.2001 (USA) 06.12.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Tony Tilse
Writing credits : David Kemper
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), Victoria Longley (Neeyala), Nicholas Hope (Kreetago), Dwayne Fernandez (Cresto), Kerith Atkinson (Shreena), Brian Carbee (Lastren)

The Story : Faced with the imminent death of both Pilot and Moya, who will be cast into the wall of the imprisoning wormhole, the inhabitants of the living ship prepare to disembark and take their chances with Neeyala's vessel. That is, until a critical discovery is made. Moya's disintegration is not a result of the collision between the two ships, but sabotage. As time runs out, and the yawning wormhole beckons, a moment of truth is reached. One crewmember will sacrifice their life so that the others may live.

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49 - Different Destinations

Original title : Different Destinations
First Aired : 13.04.2001 (USA) 13.12.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter Andrikidis
Writing credits : Steve Worland
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), Lucy Bell (Nurse Kelsa), Basia A'hern (Cyntrina), Marshall Napier (General Grynes), Dan Spielman (Sub-Officer Dacon), Terry Serio (Colonel Lennok), Alan Cinis (Officer Tarn)

The Story : The crew of Moya stop at the ancient site of a great siege, where Peacekeeper forces once negotiated surrender to a vastly superior army. Then, in the midst of this tranquillity, the impossible happens. Through a freak combination of Stark's ethereal presence, and a mysterious tear in the fabric of time, Crichton and his comrades are thrust back into the past. Materialising in the midst of the ancient siege, they accidentally change the course of events. Now as time grows short, they must discover how to set right what once went wrong - before they become history, too.

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50 - Eat Me

Original title : Eat Me
First Aired : 20.04.2001 (USA) 13.12.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Ian Watson
Writing credits : Matt Ford
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), Shane Briant (Kaarvok), Lisa Griffiths (Belima), Sean Masterson (Voice of Rovhu's Pilot)

The Story : D'Argo, Crichton, Chiana and Jool are onboard a transport when they're forced to land on a seemingly abandoned Leviathan. They discover that the ship is populated by flesh-and-Leviathan-eating zombies. The ship appears to be under the complete control of a villainous type who has the power to "twin" any living beings. He twins D'Argo (whose other half dies), Chiana, and finally, Crichton. John Deux survives and is brought onboard Moya. Meanwhile, Aeryn, Rygel and Stark discover a beaten and battered Talyn drifting through space, along with an unconscious Crais.

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51 - Thanks for Sharing

Original title : Thanks for Sharing
First Aired : 15.06.2001 (USA) 20.12.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Ian Barry
Writing credits : Clayvon C. Harris
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), Rebecca Gibney (Rinic Sarova), Robert Bruning (Rinic Pralanoth), Sandy Winton (Rinic Tolven), Linda Cropper (Xhalax Sun), Julianne Newbould (Felor), Hunter Perske (Bloy)

The Story : D'Argo, Chiana and Rygel head down to Kanvia to pick up some Chromextin, the drug they need to heal an ailing Talyn, and become embroiled in local politics. Meanwhile, we have two Chrictons and an injured Crais. As Crais regains strength, he reveals to Aeryn knowledge of her mother and her roots -- Aeryn was conceived naturally, out of love. Her mother, however, now commands a Peacekeeper Retrieval Squad who are Talyn's mysterious attackers.

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52 - Green Eyed Monster

Original title : Green Eyed Monster
First Aired : 22.06.2001 (USA) 20.12.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Tony Tilse
Writing credits : Ben Browder
Cast : Ben Browder (John Crichton), Lani John (Captain Crais), Claudia Black (Aeryn Sun), Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), Gigi Edgley (Chiana), Anthony Simcoe (General Ka d'Argo), Shane Briant (Kaarvok)

The Story : Still recovering from the attack by the Peacekeeper Retrieval Squad, Talyn is unprepared when he is swallowed by a gargantuan space creature known as a Budong while hiding in a planet's ice rings. Unable to Starburst or to navigate against the electromagnetic current, Crais makes the decision to make his way through the Budong's digestive tract, hoping Talyn is small enough to pass through unharmed. Safe on the Transport Pod with Rygel, Stark is horrified when he learns of their plan, informing them that the stomach of a Budong is an inferno, which they will never survive.

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53 - Losing Time

Original title : Losing Time
First Aired : 29.06.2001 (USA) 27.12.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Catherine Millar
Writing credits : Justin Monjo
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), David Franklin (Lt. Braca), Ian Bliss (PK Scientist Drillic), Johanna Kerrigan (Linfer), Danny Adcock (Co-Kura Strappa), Tux Akindoyeni (PK Pilot Rinon)

The Story : When Moya passes through an electromagnetic cluster, Crichton begins having strange blackouts and bouts of bleeding. Exhausted from his relentless search for wormholes, the rest of the crew initially claims Crichton's experience was a result of fatigue, until it is revealed that Crichton was not the only one to lose time. To prove the point, Crichton makes the crew sit together in the Centre Chamber with a DRD recording events. Crichton plays back the DRD's recording, to everyone's shock, they see themselves spasm and then freeze—for half an hour. They turn to Pilot for answers, only to find that Pilot has been possessed by a strange energy being who tells them they must prepare to face judgment. The being explains that a diseased energy rider entered Moya when she passed through the electromagnetic cluster. This rider is malevolent, and will attempt to keep whichever body it possesses until that body dies. It must be hunted out - something that the being in Pilot had hoped to do without being discovered. Since its more subtle probes into the crew haven't worked, it must now 'taste' each of them individually to find the energy rider - a painful and possibly lethal process.

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54 - Relativity

Original title : Relativity
First Aired : 06.07.2001 (USA) 27.12.2002 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter Andrikidis
Writing credits : Rockne S. O'Bannon
Cast : Linda Cropper (Xhalax Sun), Thomas Holesgrove (Vek), Dominique Sweeney (Thek / Kek)

The Story : While Talyn's crew wait for him to heal on an uninhabited jungle planet, a vigilante Peacekeeper ship arrives intent on capturing Talyn and the rebel Peacekeeper, Captain Crais. The Peacekeeper Retrieval Squad is under the command of Senior Officer Xhalax Sun—Aeryn's mother.

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55 - Incubator

Original title : Incubator
First Aired : 13.07.2001 (USA) 03.01.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Ian Watson
Writing credits : Richard Manning
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), David Franklin (Lt. Braca), Evan Sheaves (Child Scorpius), Johanna Kerrigan (Linfer), Danny Adcock (Co-Kura Strappa), Amy Salas (Tauza), Stephanie Jacobson (Nurse Froy), Nicholas Bishop (Ghebb Dellos), Paul Shedlowich (Plint), Thomas Holesgrove (Wolesh), Sam Healy (Rylani Jeema), William Zappa (Cpt. Molayne)

The Story : In order to get the final piece of wormhole technology that continues to elude him, Scorpius places Crichton's neural chip directly into this little sno-cone brain. This sets up a little tete-a-tete between Scorpius' mental projection and yet another Crichton, a neural clone. Scorpy wants to convince the John-clone into decoding the hidden wormhole equations placed in his brain by the Ancients. And he hopes to do that by appealing to John's bleeding heart, by showing him the most intimate details about his early life. He believes once John sees that they face the Scarrans as a common enemy, he will decide to help Scorpius and the peacekeepers.

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56 - Meltdown

Original title : Meltdown
First Aired : 14.07.2001 (USA) 03.01.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Ian Barry
Writing credits : Matt Ford
Cast : Linda Cropper (Xhalax Sun), Susan Lyons (Sierjna), Mark Mitchell (Mu-Quillus)

The Story : Crichton's ship suddenly begins flying toward the sun and he, along with crewmates Aeryn and Crais, battle to override its compulsion.

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57 - Scratch & Sniff

Original title : Scratch & Sniff
First Aired : 20.07.2001 (USA) 10.01.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Tony Tilse
Writing credits : Lily Taylor
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), Francesca Buller (Raxil), Tamblyn Lord (Fe'Tor), Laura Keneally (Theiadh), Anthony Martin (Mitols), Richard Carter (Voice of Kabaah), Milan Keyser (Sarl), Jaye Paul (Heska Tinaco), Julia Trappe (Blue Girl), Rachel Sheriff (Green Girl)

The Story : Crichton tells the story of the Moya crew's shore leave to a pleasure planet via flashback to a very unreceptive Pilot. It seems D'Argo, John, Jool and Chiana had themselves a little too much drink, drugs and fun, and ended up getting into a lot of trouble. The pleasure planet is currently home to a charismatic drug dealer and outer space pimp whose substance of choice is pheromones -- extracted out of the victim's body, until they die. This drug is a big commodity, and luckily for the drug dealer, Moya's got two such candidates: Jool and Chiana. They get kidnapped, drugged, milked and put up for auction -- and it's up to the boys to save these women in jeopardy.

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58 - Infinite Possibilities (part 1): Daedalus Demands

Original title : Infinite Possibilities (part 1): Daedalus Demands
First Aired : 27.07.2001 (USA) 10.01.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter Andrikidis
Writing credits : Carleton Eastlake
Cast : Kent McCord (Jack Crichton / The Ancient), Magda Szubanski (Furlow), Patrick Ward (Zylar), Ray Anthony (Alcar)

The Story : The Ancients, in the form of John's father Jack, come to Talyn, informing John that the wormhole data he collected previously is now in the wrong hands. That's courtesy of grubby entrepreneur mechanic Furlow who's built her own module and stabilizer and has hired bad people Charrids, an old enemy of the Hynerians, to pilot. But they've double-crossed her and are now attacking her compound. But the Scarrans are also on their way on a dreadnought -- and they've also managed to download enough wormhole data from Furlow's computer. This forces the good guys to convert the stabilizer into a powerful weapon meant to destroy the Scarrans. But that means extracting the secret wormhole technology implanted by the Ancients. Except, of course, Scorpius got there first a long time ago, and his not-so-dormant neural clone "Harvey" is not going to go quietly.

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59 - Infinite Possibilities (part 2): Icarus Abides

Original title : Infinite Possibilities (part 2): Icarus Abides
First Aired : 03.08.2001 (USA) 17.01.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Ian Watson
Writing credits : Carleton Eastlake
Cast : Kent McCord (Jack Crichton), Magda Szubanski (Furlow), Thomas Holesgrove (Alcar), Noel Hodda (Charrid Leader 2)

The Story : With the Ancient's help, John finally rids his mind of the Scorpy clone. But his mental and emotional freedom is short-lived, with the Scarran dreadnought still on its way, John and alien Jack work to build the weapon that can destroy the villains. But they are betrayed by Furlow, who is working as many sides as she can for any possible profit. John will have to take the wormhole powered weapon into space himself to save the day. Meanwhile, a Scarran advance scout infiltrates Talyn.

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60 - Revenging Angel

Original title : Revenging Angel
First Aired : 10.08.2001 (USA) 17.01.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Andrew Prowse
Writing credits : David Kemper
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool)

The Story : A strange ship bent on self-destruction targets Moya and with Crichton in a coma, D'Argo has to save the day.

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61 - The Choice

Original title : The Choice
First Aired : 17.08.2001 (USA) 24.01.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Rowan Woods
Writing credits : Justin Monjo
Cast : Linda Cropper (Xhalax Sun), John Gregg (Talyn Lyczac), Stephen Shanahan (Tenek), Raj Ryan (Hotel Owner)

The Story : Aeryn yearns to contact her father when the crew lands on a planet laden with mystics, seers and also frauds.

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62 - Fractures

Original title : Fractures
First Aired : 24.08.2001 (USA) 24.01.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Tony Tilse
Writing credits : Rockne S. O'Bannon
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), Kate Beehan (Hubero), Matt Doran (Markir Tal), Thomas Holesgrove (Naj Gil)

The Story : A Nebari, a Scarran and a female Hynerian, each escapees from Peacekeeper prisons, make life a little dicey for Moya.

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63 - I-Yensch, You-Yensch

Original title : I-Yensch, You-Yensch
First Aired : 21.01.2002 (UK) 05.04.2002 (USA) 31.01.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter Andrikidis
Writing credits : Justin Monjo
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), David Franklin (Lt. Braca), Ben Mendelsohn (Sko), Anthony Hayes (Wa), Inge Hornstra (Essk), Salvatore Coco (Voodi), Thomas Holesgrove (Naj Gil)

The Story : Dargo and Rygel meet with Scorpius to negotiate their freedom. A deal is arranged for Crichton to assist Scorpius' research on wormholes in exchange for immunity for Moya and her crew. Scorpius arranges for John and Lt. Braca to wear I-Yensch bracelets that cause them to feel each others' pain. Meanwhile the paranoid Talyn fires on a hospital ship, killing 6,000 innocent beings. Crais suggests the only solution is to shut Talyn down and reset him, effectively making him a new-born again. But neither Moya nor Talyn are happy with that solution.

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64 - Into the Lion's Den (part 1): Lambs to the Slaughter

Original title : Into the Lion's Den (part 1): Lambs to the Slaughter
First Aired : 24.01.2002 (UK) 12.04.2002 (USA) 31.01.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Ian Watson
Writing credits : Richard Manning
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), David Franklin (Lt. Braca), Rebecca Riggs (Commandant Milon Grazer), Marta Dusseldorp (Lt. Loral), Lenmore Smith (Henta), Danny Adcock (Co-Kura Strappa)

The Story : Crichton, Aeryn and Crais are received with honour aboard Scorpius's command carrier, with Scorpius promising amnesty in exchange for Crichton's cooperation on wormhole technology. Scorpius and Crichton are linked by neural receptor bracelets - however, Crichton is playing a dangerous game.

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65 - Into the Lion's Den (part 2): Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

Original title : Into the Lion's Den (part 2): Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
First Aired : 28.01.2002 (UK) 19.04.2002 (USA) 07.02.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Rowan Woods
Writing credits : Rockne S. O'Bannon
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), David Franklin (Lt. Braca), Marta Dusseldorp (Lt. Loral), Danny Adock (Co-Kura Strappa), Lenore Smith (Henta)

The Story : Crais and Talyn make the ultimate sacrifice to save the crew of Moya, by Starbursting into the command carrier causing it to slowly collapse in on itself. Meanwhile Scorpius and Crichton move closer to the wormhole technology they are both looking for...

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66 - Dog With Two Bones

Original title : Dog With Two Bones
First Aired : 31.01.2002 (UK) 26.04.2002 (USA) 07.02.2003 (FRANCE)
Director : Andrew Prowse
Writing credits : David Kemper
Cast : Tammy MacIntosh (Jool), Kent McCord (Jack Crichton), Melissa Jaffer (Old Woman), Samantha Wellington (Woman behind Counter), Jacob Vanderpuije (Boy 1), Dion Bilios (Boy 2)

The Story : As the crew mourn for and bury Talyn, John is haunted by visions of how he could lead his life, leading him to make a potentially life changing decision.

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