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Farscape: Season 2, Vol. 5 (1999)

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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: A.D.V. Films
Genre: Science Fiction , Sci-Fi TV, Sci-Fi TV
Languages: English
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Note: The episodes on this disc are not sequential. "A Clockwork Nebari" should be followed by the three-part episodes Liars, Guns and Money 1-3. "Die Me, Dichotomy" comes after these three episodes.

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Farscape Season 2 Vol. 10 - Liars, Guns and Money Parts 1-3 (1999)
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8.00 (63 votes)
Farscape Season 2 Vol. 9 - A Clockwork Nebari / Die Me, Dichotomy (1999)
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8.15 (66 votes)

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Indeed out of order by dh22 October 26, 2004 - 6:03 AM PDT
1 out of 1 members found this review helpful
As corgicorgi said, "Die Me, Dichotomy" is out of order. It is the last episode. "A Clockwork Nebari" is number 18, "Die Me, Dichotomy is number 22. The last disc, with "Liars, Guns and Money." contains epsidoes 19, 20, and 21. I'm guessing the disc makers didn't want to break up those episodes, but it is really inconvenient to people renting. There are things that happen before "Die Me, Dichotomy" that are so incredibly important to the storyline that it is almost pointless to watch, and would presumably ruin the experience of watching the others. I would recommend anyone who really enjoys the show to consider renting the last disc first. "A Clockwork Nebari" isn't quite as important in the order of things. If you can, try to get both discs, so you can watch them in the proper order.

Renter Beware ... by corgicorgi April 8, 2003 - 10:14 PM PDT
1 out of 1 members found this review helpful
The episodes for volume 5 are not in order. It is painfully evident that Die Me (the season finale) builds off of quite a few developments from the Liars trilogy on disc two.

The episodes are listed in the correct order in GreenCine's synopsis.

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