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Farscape: Dog with Two Bones

The crew encounters a hostile Leviathan while trying to lay their friend to rest. Crichton and Aeryn must decide the fate of their love as the rest of the crew prepares to go their separate ways.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x22
Production Number: #10322
Airdate: Friday April 26th, 2002

Director: Andrew Prowse
Writer: David Kemper

Guest Stars
Wayne PygramWayne Pygram
As Scorpius/Harvey
Dion BiliosDion Bilios
As Boy #2
Samantha WellingtonSamantha Wellington
As Woman behind counter
Episode Notes
Producer David Kemper is hiding underneath the table during the wedding breakfast speeches! He was talking to Ben Browder and Claudia Black just before the director called for "action" and didn't have time to move anywhere else.

Melissa Jaffer returns to Farscape after playing Old Nilaam in the Season 2 episode "Vitas Mortis."

The page of script that revealed that Aeryn was pregnant was only given to those members of the cast and crew who absolutely needed it. All other copies said that Noranti's revelation was "Aeryn really loves you."

Look carefully at the centerpiece. It's in the shape of Moya... which meant that everyone was able to make it to John and Aeryn's wedding, in some form.

Aeryn's wedding dress is the same one Princess Katralla wore in the "Look at the Princess" trilogy - the previous time Crichton got married on Farscape. Claudia Black found it in the wardrobe department, and made the suggestion to director Andrew Prowse.

Crew members from every department helped move Pilot up the two flights of stairs to the location for the wedding breakfast.

There was unfortuantely not enough time to include all of the comic sequence of Aeryn trying on different dresses in the bridal shop.

The scene of Aeryn telling Jack about her fears for the future was filmed in the dining room of the hotel where the wedding breakfast was shot.

The idea of Crichton and Aeryn flipping a coin to decide their future was suggested by Claudia Black during discussions with writer David Kemper, Ben Browder and director Andrew Prowse.

Aeryn's dying line "I've never felt better" is a deliberate echo of Crichton's death in "Infinite Possibilities, Pt 2: Icarus Abides," even though this is a fantasy in the other Crichton's mind.

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