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Jeremiah Crichton - S1-E14

Continuity mistake: When Lishala gives John the map of the sky she asks him where his home world is, and John picks up a very small stone, but in the closeup he's holding a much larger stone in his hand, then in the wide shot it's small again before he throws it.

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That Old Black Magic - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Crichton and Crais are fighting with the chains in the room with the metal whirly-gig you see Crichton fall and Crais wraps the chain around Crichton's boot. In the very next shot you see Crais yank on the chain with all his might, but the chain is now attached to Crichton's hand instead of his boot.

I, E.T. - S1-E7

Continuity mistake: When D'Argo, Aeryn and John start their search for clorium, D'Argo is wearing arm bracers which extend over the palm and back of his hands. After John says, "Pilot said you press this, this and...this. Works just like a VCR, except easier," D'Argo grabs the particle analyzer from John, but in the closeup of the particle analyzer the hands we see are bare, which means it's not D'Argo, then in the next shot D'Argo is still holding the device.

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Family Ties - S1-E22

Visible crew/equipment: After Rygel's transport pod returns to Moya, as the docking bay door slides open, in the shot facing everyone while they have their weapons drawn we can see the bare floor. However, when Aeryn checks Crais for hidden weapons and then as D'Argo approaches him, there's a blue crash mat on the floor. Then it vanishes again.

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Trivia: Over the course of the four seasons, D'Argo's face mask / make-up changes considerably. First season, his face was a dark beige colour, and his nose was very obviously just stuck on. Three seasons later, his face is brown with a reddish tint, with much rounder features.

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Question: Why is John's Farscape-1 module able to navigate wormholes where some other, more sophisticated craft, notably Peacekeeper Prowlers, cannot without liquifying passengers?

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Chosen answer: It's never explained. John mentions a theory that his less technologically developed craft simply interferes with the wormhole less than the "superior" Vipers, but they never make a concrete determination on that point. But we also have to take into account the fact that Moya traverses wormholes with no ill effect as well.

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