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Farscape: Look at the Princess: I Do, I Think (2)

Crichton goes to great lengths to avoid getting killed, but finally consents to marry Princess Katralla and be turned into a living statue for 80 cycles.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x12
Production Number: #10221
Airdate: Friday July 28th, 2000

Guest Stars
Aaron James CashAaron James Cash
As Dregon Carzenova
Bianca ChiminelloBianca Chiminello
As Jenavian Charto
Felicity PriceFelicity Price
As Princess Katralla
Felix WilliamsonFelix Williamson
As Prince Clavor
Francesca BullerFrancesca Buller
As ro-NA
Jonathan HardyJonathan Hardy
As Kahaynu
Matt DayMatt Day
As Counsellor Tyno
Nicholas McKayNicholas McKay
voiced Cargn
Thomas HolesgroveThomas Holesgrove
As Cargn the Scarran
Tina BursillTina Bursill
As Empress Novia
Wayne PygramWayne Pygram
As Scorpius
Episode Notes
Andrew Prowse jokingly describes the trilogy as "a pretty ambitious little episode," and says that Crichton's scene in the Jakench cockpit is one of his favorites from the show.

The mention of a 1962 T'Bird was inserted by Ben Browder and actually refers to a college friend of his who owned one of the classic cars.

The original edit of the two-parter would have had to remove the wedding sequence in order to run to time.

The original plan was for Dave Elsey, Creative Supervisor for Jim Henson's Creature Shop, to play ro-NA himself, but the demands of his work meant that he couldn't be in two places at once.

When Jonathan Hardy saw the costume that Terry Ryan had created for Kahaynu, he decided the character should have a Welsh accent.

The concept that the Builders were creatures formed from steam was originally going to be used for the Peacekeepers, who would have been known as "Steamtroopers," made from animated steam.

Tony Tilse felt that the creation of Kahaynu's face was homage to the way the Mummy's face appears from the sand in the first of the Brendan Fraser Mummy movies.

Francesca Buller's inspiration for ro-NA's voice came from an old BBC LP that she had of the Beatrix Potter story The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, about a maternal hedgehog.

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