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Farscape - The Peacekeeper Wars
Lionsgate DVD  ISBN/ITEM#: B0006FO9B0
Date: 18 January, 2005 List Price $19.98 Amazon US / Amazon UK /

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It is a big universe, which explains why we are not always up to stuff when it comes to knowing every alien that wanders across your ken. Take Farscape-the Peacekeeper Wars for example.

It is just like you people to use an experimental spaceship and then lose not only it; but also the idea that it ever existed. In any case, this cosmonaut of yours has gotten himself into a pretty big fix and can only get out of it through regurgitation. Look, we are just reporters and not creators here.

We liked the original Farscape. It had pretty scenery, nice aliens and we had ship envy. Not that there's anything wrong with our Mark IV Mothership but it's an older model and waffles a bit in the black holes. Klaarg keeps insisting it is because of the tiny robots in the drive motors but we think that's just an excuse to get OOthal, our engineer, to strip the engines. Klaarg and OOthal don't get along. Klaarg insists it is navigating that gets us from place to place and OOthal insists it is the Photon practical drives that do the work. We just push the buttons like they taught us in mothership driving class and try to ignore them.

So, that's what Farscape ? the Peacekeeper Wars is all about; arguing, black holes, getting along and hallucinating. We enjoyed it. It reminded us of our travels. You'll enjoy it too, but not as much of course since you have had no travels.

(Source: Lionsgate)

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