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Farscape: Liars, Guns and Money: Plan B (3)

Crichton gives himself up to Scorpius so that his brain implant can be removed, and the crew launch a final assault on the shadow depository to rescue him.

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x21
Production Number: #10220
Airdate: Friday January 19th, 2001

Alternate Airdates:

United Kingdom Dec 18, 2000 (Premiere!)

  • Currently 9.5/10
9.5/10 (2 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
David Bowers (1)David Bowers (1)
As Kurz
John AdamJohn Adam
As Bekhesh
Linal HaftLinal Haft
As Zelkin
Nicholas HopeNicholas Hope
As Akkor
Phillip HintonPhillip Hinton
voiced Teurac
Thomas HolesgroveThomas Holesgrove
As Teurac
Wayne PygramWayne Pygram
As Scorpius/Harvey
Episode Notes
In "Plan B," Crichton makes numerous references to the Mel Brooks comedy Young Frankenstein, with his mispronunciation of the name Frankenstein, and naming Natira "Frau Blücher."

Dave Elsey returned to the original concept drawings of the Sheyang to create Teurac. It helped that Teurac was played by Thomas Holesgrove, who had by this stage become Jim Henson's Creature Shop's "go to" person - even though Sheyangs were normally much smaller.

David Wheeler only discovered that Durka was going to die when Dave Elsey informed him that they were making a head cast for the scene in which Durka's head is put on a stick.

Claudia Black recieved a blow to the face from John Adam's gauntlet during the filming of the bank raid sequences because it was so dark on the set.

Anthony Simcoe was delighted to recieve what Claudia Black referred to as his "new toy" - the big gun which was instantly named "Mr Sparky."

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