History Series / Farscape

11th Dec '16 10:45:31 PM Xtifr
Is there an issue? Send a Message


'''''Farscape''''', co-created by Rockne O'Bannon (''Series/SeaquestDSV'') and Brian Henson (son of [[Creator/JimHenson Jim]]), is an [[{{UsefulNotes/Australia}} Australian]] {{space opera}}. Originally airing on the Creator/NineNetwork, it became the flagship show on [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] from 2000-2003.

to:

'''''Farscape''''', ''Farscape'', co-created by Rockne O'Bannon (''Series/SeaquestDSV'') and Brian Henson (son of [[Creator/JimHenson Jim]]), is an [[{{UsefulNotes/Australia}} Australian]] {{space opera}}. Originally airing on the Creator/NineNetwork, it became the flagship show on [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] from 2000-2003.
8th Dec '16 8:41:14 PM MrFebreze
Is there an issue? Send a Message


The Jim Henson Company went all out in designing [[StarfishAliens non-biped]] aliens, right down to the four-armed and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep appropriately-named]]. Pilot. While stupidly expensive, the puppeteering allowed them to do things that even modern sci-fi can't. There are plenty of scenes with the crew hugging Pilot, climbing on him or even [[GoodThingYouCanHeal slightly dismembering him]] that couldn't be done with CGI.

The premise of ''Farscape'' bears some resemblance to the '70s British series ''[[Series/BlakesSeven Blake's 7]]''. ''B7'' fans see the character of Grayza (Rebecca Riggs) as an acknowledgment of it, judging by her strong resemblance to Servalan, ''B7'''s main villain. The fact that Riggs is an avowed fan of ''B7'' doesn't hurt.

to:

The Jim Henson Company went all out in designing [[StarfishAliens non-biped]] aliens, right down to the four-armed and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep appropriately-named]]. appropriately-named]] Pilot. While stupidly expensive, the puppeteering allowed them to do things that even modern sci-fi can't. There are plenty of scenes with the crew hugging Pilot, climbing on him or even [[GoodThingYouCanHeal slightly dismembering him]] that couldn't be done with CGI.

The premise of ''Farscape'' bears some resemblance to the '70s British series ''[[Series/BlakesSeven Blake's 7]]''. ''B7'' ''[=B7=]'' fans see the character of Grayza (Rebecca Riggs) as an acknowledgment of it, judging by her strong resemblance to Servalan, ''B7'''s main villain. Servalan. The fact that Riggs is an avowed fan of ''B7'' ''[=B7=]'' doesn't hurt.
8th Dec '16 8:40:22 PM MrFebreze
Is there an issue? Send a Message


->''"Iím Butch. ''(at Aeryn)'' This is Sundance. We're the Hole in the Sky gang."''
-->-- '''John''', "Till The Blood Runs Clear"

to:

->''"Iím Butch. ''(at Aeryn)'' This is Sundance. We're the Hole in the Sky gang.->''"Boy, was Spielberg ever wrong. 'Close Encounters' my ass."''
-->-- '''John''', "Till The Blood Runs Clear"
'''John'''



It was compelling for viewers of that time because of the adult themes. Similar to their Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds and bad habits]] than usual, and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but he [[BlackAndGrayMorality turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Franchise/StarTrek'' at times looked like they robbed a fabric store, ''Farscape'' went looking in literal [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's boots were bought from such a store.

The Jim Henson Company went all out in designing non-[[RubberForeheadAliens biped]] aliens, right down to the four-armed (and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep appropriately-named]]) Pilot. While stupidly expensive, the puppeteering allowed them to do things that even modern sci-fi can't. There are plenty of scenes with the crew hugging Pilot, climbing on him or even [[GoodThingYouCanHeal slightly dismembering him]] that couldn't be done with CGI.

to:

It was compelling for viewers of that time because of the adult themes. Similar to their Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds and bad habits]] than usual, and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but he [[BlackAndGrayMorality turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Franchise/StarTrek'' at times looked like they robbed a fabric store, ''Farscape'' went looking in literal actual [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's boots were bought from such a store.

The Jim Henson Company went all out in designing non-[[RubberForeheadAliens biped]] [[StarfishAliens non-biped]] aliens, right down to the four-armed (and and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep appropriately-named]]) appropriately-named]]. Pilot. While stupidly expensive, the puppeteering allowed them to do things that even modern sci-fi can't. There are plenty of scenes with the crew hugging Pilot, climbing on him or even [[GoodThingYouCanHeal slightly dismembering him]] that couldn't be done with CGI.
29th Oct '16 9:28:05 AM MrFebreze
Is there an issue? Send a Message


The show follows John Crichton, a hapless astronaut who finds himself stranded aboard a ship ("a '''[[SapientShip LIVING]]''' ship!") full of alien ex-cons. While en route to Earth, John and the crew find themselves targeted by both sides in an intergalactic war. At the end of the day, the half-mad (and therefore [[HumanityIsInsane half-sane!]]) John is able to save everyone because he's [[AchievementsInIgnorance the most deficient of all the species aboard]].

It was compelling for viewers of that time because of the adult themes. Similar to their Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and bad habits than usual, and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but he [[BlackAndGrayMorality turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Franchise/StarTrek'' at times looked like they robbed a fabric store, ''Farscape'' went looking in literal [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's boots were bought from such a store.

to:

The show follows John Crichton, a hapless [[SpaceMadness space-happy]] astronaut who finds himself stranded aboard a ship ("a '''[[SapientShip LIVING]]''' ship!") full of alien ex-cons. While en route to Earth, John and the crew find themselves targeted by both sides in an intergalactic war. At the end of the day, the half-mad (and therefore [[HumanityIsInsane half-sane!]]) John is able to save everyone because he's [[AchievementsInIgnorance the most deficient of all the species aboard]].

It was compelling for viewers of that time because of the adult themes. Similar to their Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] backgrounds and bad habits habits]] than usual, and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but he [[BlackAndGrayMorality turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Franchise/StarTrek'' at times looked like they robbed a fabric store, ''Farscape'' went looking in literal [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's boots were bought from such a store.
27th Oct '16 6:13:34 PM MrFebreze
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Similar to their Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and bad habits than usual, and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but he [[BlackAndGrayMorality turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Franchise/StarTrek'' at times looked like they robbed a fabric store, ''Farscape'' went looking in literal [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's boots were bought from such a store.

to:

It was compelling for viewers of that time because of the adult themes. Similar to their Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and bad habits than usual, and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but he [[BlackAndGrayMorality turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Franchise/StarTrek'' at times looked like they robbed a fabric store, ''Farscape'' went looking in literal [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's boots were bought from such a store.
26th Oct '16 4:47:01 PM MrFebreze
Is there an issue? Send a Message


[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cast_farscape_38.jpg]]

to:

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cast_farscape_38.jpg]]org/pmwiki/pub/images/fscape_cast.jpg]]



'''''Farscape''''', co-created by Rockne O'Bannon (''Series/SeaquestDSV'') and Brian Henson (son of [[Creator/JimHenson Jim]]), was the flagship show of [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] from 1999-2003.

to:

'''''Farscape''''', co-created by Rockne O'Bannon (''Series/SeaquestDSV'') and Brian Henson (son of [[Creator/JimHenson Jim]]), was is an [[{{UsefulNotes/Australia}} Australian]] {{space opera}}. Originally airing on the Creator/NineNetwork, it became the flagship show of on [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] from 1999-2003.
2000-2003.



Much like its Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and bad habits than usual, and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but [[BlackAndGrayMorality he turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Franchise/StarTrek'' at times looks like they shopped for clothes in a fabric store, Farscape went looking in [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's costume was actually bought from such a store.

The Jim Henson company went all out in building a range of non-[[RubberForeheadAliens bipedal]] aliens, right down to the symbiotic (and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep appropriately-named]]) Pilot. While stupidly expensive, the puppeteering allowed them to do things that even modern Sci-fi can't. There are plenty of scenes with the crew hugging Pilot, climbing on him or even [[GoodThingYouCanHeal slightly dismembering him]] that couldn't be done with CGI.

to:

Much like its Similar to their Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and bad habits than usual, and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but he [[BlackAndGrayMorality he turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Franchise/StarTrek'' at times looks looked like they shopped for clothes in robbed a fabric store, Farscape ''Farscape'' went looking in literal [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's costume was actually boots were bought from such a store.

The Jim Henson company Company went all out in building a range of designing non-[[RubberForeheadAliens bipedal]] biped]] aliens, right down to the symbiotic four-armed (and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep appropriately-named]]) Pilot. While stupidly expensive, the puppeteering allowed them to do things that even modern Sci-fi sci-fi can't. There are plenty of scenes with the crew hugging Pilot, climbing on him or even [[GoodThingYouCanHeal slightly dismembering him]] that couldn't be done with CGI.
26th Oct '16 9:36:00 AM MrFebreze
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Much like its Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and bad habits than usual, and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but [[BlackAndGrayMorality he turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Francise/StarTrek'' at times looks like they shopped for clothes in a fabric store, Farscape went looking in [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's costume was bought from such a store.

The Jim Henson company went all out in building a range of non-[[RubberForeheadAliens bipedal]] aliens, right down to the symbiotic (and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep appropriately-named]]) Pilot. While stupidly expensive, the puppeteering allowed them to do things that even modern Sci-fi can't. There are plenty of scenes with the crew hugging Pilot, climbing on him or even [[GoodThingYouCanHeal slightly dismembering]] him that couldn't be done with CGI.

to:

Much like its Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and bad habits than usual, and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but [[BlackAndGrayMorality he turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Francise/StarTrek'' ''Franchise/StarTrek'' at times looks like they shopped for clothes in a fabric store, Farscape went looking in [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's costume was actually bought from such a store.

The Jim Henson company went all out in building a range of non-[[RubberForeheadAliens bipedal]] aliens, right down to the symbiotic (and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep appropriately-named]]) Pilot. While stupidly expensive, the puppeteering allowed them to do things that even modern Sci-fi can't. There are plenty of scenes with the crew hugging Pilot, climbing on him or even [[GoodThingYouCanHeal slightly dismembering]] him dismembering him]] that couldn't be done with CGI.
26th Oct '16 8:11:48 AM MrFebreze
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Much like its Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and bad habits than usual, whereas the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but [[BlackAndGrayMorality he turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Francise/StarTrek'' at times looks like they shopped for clothes in a fabric store, Farscape went looking in [[{{BDSM}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's costume was bought from such a store.

to:

Much like its Canadian and British counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and bad habits than usual, whereas and the clean, well-dressed military served as the antagonist. Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the "right" way to do things, but [[BlackAndGrayMorality he turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the costumes: Whereas ''Francise/StarTrek'' at times looks like they shopped for clothes in a fabric store, Farscape went looking in [[{{BDSM}} [[{{Dominatrix}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's costume was bought from such a store.
26th Oct '16 8:09:43 AM MrFebreze
Is there an issue? Send a Message


'''''Farscape''''', co-created by Rockne O'Bannon and Brian Henson (son of [[Creator/JimHenson Jim]]), was the flagship show of [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] from 1999-2003. Production took place in {{UsefulNotes/Sydney}} to take advantage of lower costs. As a result, nearly the entire cast hails from Australia and UsefulNotes/NewZealand, with the exception of All-American Ben Browder. Several of the aliens went far beyond RubberForeheadAliens into the realm of StarfishAliens, thanks to puppets and animatronics created by the Jim Henson Creature Shop.

The story follows John Crichton, a hapless test pilot who winds up stranded in a distant galaxy aboard a ship ("a '''[[SapientShip LIVING]]''' ship!") named Moya. While en route back to Earth, John and the crew -- including disgraced stormtrooper Aeryn Sun, proud warrior D'argo, destitute king Rygel, space punk Chiana, vegetable-based mystic Zhaan, deranged soul-ferryman Stark, and the symbiotic, appropriately-named [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Pilot]] -- find themselves the target of both sides in a war between the Scarran [[AlwaysChaoticEvil Imperium]] and the Peacekeeper [[LawfulEvil military complex]]. Meanwhile, John is less a plucky astronaut these days and more like a [[BreakTheCutie shell-shocked marine on the edge of sanity]].

At the end of the day, the half-mad (and so [[HumanityIsInsane half-sane!]]) John is able to save everyone because he's [[AchievementsInIgnorance the most deficient of all the species aboard]].

Pitched as a madcap take on the genre (much like its Canadian and British counterparts, ''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), ''Farscape'' became heavily [[ContinuityCreep serialized]] in Season Two, which coincided with the sharp turn into '[[GrowingTheBeard gritty war drama]]'. Even in the darkest moments, the show gleefully skewered the sci-fi tropes of its time, to the point that it was nick-named the "[[ThisIsyourPremiseOnDrugs anti-]]''Star Trek''": Our heroes tend to have [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and more bad habits than usual, whereas the clean, well-dressed military is the antagonist. Actions have consequences, poor judgments are ''[[PlethoraOfMistakes often]]'' made...and in a bad situation, the seedy option is [[BlackAndGrayMorality often the correct one.]]

The series is notorious for its mantra of DeathIsCheap, to the extent where John Crichton expires [[TheyKilledKenny no less than seven times]] (not counting numerous deaths in [[AlternateUniverse parallel worlds]]).

The premise of ''Farscape'' bears some resemblance to the '70s British series ''[[Series/BlakesSeven Blake's 7]]''. ''B7'' fans see the character of Grayza as an acknowledgment of this, judging by her strong resemblance to Servalan, ''B7'''s own BigBad. The fact that actress Rebecca Riggs is an avowed fan of ''B7'' doesn't hurt.

to:

'''''Farscape''''', co-created by Rockne O'Bannon (''Series/SeaquestDSV'') and Brian Henson (son of [[Creator/JimHenson Jim]]), was the flagship show of [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] from 1999-2003. Production took place in {{UsefulNotes/Sydney}} to take advantage of lower costs. As a result, nearly the entire cast hails from Australia and UsefulNotes/NewZealand, with the exception of All-American Ben Browder. Several of the aliens went far beyond RubberForeheadAliens into the realm of StarfishAliens, thanks to puppets and animatronics created by the Jim Henson Creature Shop.

1999-2003.

The story show follows John Crichton, a hapless test pilot astronaut who winds up finds himself stranded in a distant galaxy aboard a ship ("a '''[[SapientShip LIVING]]''' ship!") named Moya. full of alien ex-cons. While en route back to Earth, John and the crew -- including disgraced stormtrooper Aeryn Sun, proud warrior D'argo, destitute king Rygel, space punk Chiana, vegetable-based mystic Zhaan, deranged soul-ferryman Stark, and the symbiotic, appropriately-named [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Pilot]] -- find themselves the target of targeted by both sides in a war between the Scarran [[AlwaysChaoticEvil Imperium]] and the Peacekeeper [[LawfulEvil military complex]]. Meanwhile, John is less a plucky astronaut these days and more like a [[BreakTheCutie shell-shocked marine on the edge of sanity]].

an intergalactic war. At the end of the day, the half-mad (and so therefore [[HumanityIsInsane half-sane!]]) John is able to save everyone because he's [[AchievementsInIgnorance the most deficient of all the species aboard]].

Pitched as a madcap take on the genre (much Much like its Canadian and British counterparts, ''Series/{{Lexx}}'' counterparts (''Series/{{Lexx}}'' and ''Series/RedDwarf''), ''Farscape'' became heavily [[ContinuityCreep serialized]] in Season Two, which coincided with the sharp turn into '[[GrowingTheBeard gritty war drama]]'. Even in the darkest moments, the show gleefully skewered the sci-fi tropes of its time, to the point that it was nick-named the "[[ThisIsyourPremiseOnDrugs anti-]]''Star Trek''": Our heroes tend to have our "heroes" had more [[DysfunctionJunction sordid backgrounds]] and more bad habits than usual, whereas the clean, well-dressed military is served as the antagonist. Actions have consequences, poor judgments are ''[[PlethoraOfMistakes often]]'' made...and in a bad situation, Crichton (a pacifist who would get his ass kicked constantly) would often quibble over the seedy option is "right" way to do things, but [[BlackAndGrayMorality he turned out to be wrong]] as often as not. To say nothing of the correct one.]]

costumes: Whereas ''Francise/StarTrek'' at times looks like they shopped for clothes in a fabric store, Farscape went looking in [[{{BDSM}} fetish shops]]. War Minister Ahkna's costume was bought from such a store.

The series is notorious for its mantra Jim Henson company went all out in building a range of DeathIsCheap, non-[[RubberForeheadAliens bipedal]] aliens, right down to the extent where John Crichton expires [[TheyKilledKenny no less than seven times]] (not counting numerous deaths in [[AlternateUniverse parallel worlds]]).

symbiotic (and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep appropriately-named]]) Pilot. While stupidly expensive, the puppeteering allowed them to do things that even modern Sci-fi can't. There are plenty of scenes with the crew hugging Pilot, climbing on him or even [[GoodThingYouCanHeal slightly dismembering]] him that couldn't be done with CGI.

The premise of ''Farscape'' bears some resemblance to the '70s British series ''[[Series/BlakesSeven Blake's 7]]''. ''B7'' fans see the character of Grayza (Rebecca Riggs) as an acknowledgment of this, it, judging by her strong resemblance to Servalan, ''B7'''s own BigBad. main villain. The fact that actress Rebecca Riggs is an avowed fan of ''B7'' doesn't hurt.
10th Sep '16 7:33:48 PM AnotherEpicFail
Is there an issue? Send a Message


The story follows John Crichton, a hapless test pilot who winds up stranded in a distant galaxy aboard a ship ("a '''[[SapientShip LIVING]]''' ship!") named Moya. While en route back to Earth, John and the crew -- including disgraced stormtrooper Aeryn Sun, proud warrior D'argo, destitute king Rygel, space punk Chiana, vegetable-based mystic Zhaan, deranged soul-ferryman Stark, and the symbiotic, appropriately-named [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Pilot]] -- find themselves the target of both sides in a war between Scarran [[AlwaysChaoticEvil pirates]] and the Peacekeeper [[LawfulEvil military complex]]. Meanwhile, John is less a plucky astronaut these days and more like a [[BreakTheCutie shell-shocked marine on the edge of sanity]].

to:

The story follows John Crichton, a hapless test pilot who winds up stranded in a distant galaxy aboard a ship ("a '''[[SapientShip LIVING]]''' ship!") named Moya. While en route back to Earth, John and the crew -- including disgraced stormtrooper Aeryn Sun, proud warrior D'argo, destitute king Rygel, space punk Chiana, vegetable-based mystic Zhaan, deranged soul-ferryman Stark, and the symbiotic, appropriately-named [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Pilot]] -- find themselves the target of both sides in a war between the Scarran [[AlwaysChaoticEvil pirates]] Imperium]] and the Peacekeeper [[LawfulEvil military complex]]. Meanwhile, John is less a plucky astronaut these days and more like a [[BreakTheCutie shell-shocked marine on the edge of sanity]].
This list shows the last 10 events of 206. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Series.Farscape