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- Wed, 04 May 2022 19:16:14 EST 40dNYy26 No.72174
File: 1651706174066.jpg -(193423B / 188.89KB, 1440x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Farscape
My boy Crichton would definitely have gotten to plough if he had stayed.

Also, Farscape General I guess
Captain Rudolph Ransom - Wed, 04 May 2022 22:43:07 EST fQT/UJlg No.72175 Reply
What is Chrichton wasn't an astronaut, but an improv comedian, and the whole time he's on the ship he's just ad libbing his way through space
Commander Tomalak - Fri, 06 May 2022 22:04:58 EST 3KLH/771 No.72181 Reply
funny you post this. Under an Angry Joe comment regarding STP2:
>Have you ever seen Farscape? Watching Picard feels like having your brain scrambled by a Scarran mind probe. There are ideas and plotlines from previous Trek shows. You see characters that you know. But they act like different people. They’re put in nonsensical situations. Things from previous shows are brought back and used in different and inconsistent way. There’s no rhyme or reason in the progression of the story. Even the basic reality of the world makes no sense. How the hell is it morning in both France and California? There should be a 9 hour time difference. It’s like the writers are trying to drive you insane.
Noah Lessing - Sat, 07 May 2022 10:40:39 EST TTcXb8JG No.72186 Reply
>My boy Crichton would definitely have gotten to plough if he had stayed.
But where was the chocolate?

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