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The biggest mood swing in history.

So. I was watching Out of Their Minds just now (which means that, yes, I did get my own personal look at the legendary wall-crawling vomit andrastewhite and selenak were going on about some time ago ;)) and boy! That was something else, following the scene in the maintenance bay with the scene between Pilot/Chiana and D'Argo/Pilot.

I was screaming- SCREAMING- with laughter over Rygel trying to pee in Crichton's body. ("Put it back and be careful, Sparky.") soulonds9, who was watching SG-1 in the next room, thought I'd gone insane. (And oh, by the way, ditto with Crichton frelling around with Aeryn's breasts. Because you know, it's so true for most straight guys. I mean, come on. When I explained that one to my brother, he totally copped to it. *g*)

Then... then we cut to Pilot/Chiana and D'Argo/Pilot, and by the end of that scene- "You have the truly remarkable memories"- I was whimpering and tearing up. Am I the only one in Farscape fandom history whose favorite character is Pilot? (At least, so far. After all, I do have a ways to go. *g*)
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OOTM is an excellent episode. It really highlights the comic abilities of the cast, as well as the skill of the puppeteers controlling Rygel and Pilot. I don't anyone who could watch Pilot (as D'Argo) flailing about, and his later heartfelt words, and not feel deeply for him.

Pilot just seems very lonely to me. And I'm a sucker for lonely and wistful.
He - that's not the only example you referred to. Just you wait. This show has a true attachment to bodily fluids of all types.

Both Ben Browder and Claudia Black when channelling Rygel were scream-inducing funny, yes, and so true about Crichton doing the guy thing when in Aeryn's body. (They so would, if they could...)

Pilot: you're not the only one, as I recall from the message boards. Personally, he's not my favourite, but I love him very much, and yes, he was just heartbreaking in this episode.

Speaking of that section: the most bizarro moment to me was when Chiana-in-D'Argo came on to Rygel-in-Crichton...
Just you wait. This show has a true attachment to bodily fluids of all types.

So how long until I see The Alien Sex that Traumatized All of Fandom (TM)? *g*

Speaking of that section: the most bizarro moment to me was when Chiana-in-D'Argo came on to Rygel-in-Crichton...

Oh, Great Maker, yes! I'd almost forgotten about that. *g* Yes, this episode pretty much took advantage of every comic possibility inherent in the body swap concept.

And you know, all this body swapping makes me even more eager to see how andrastewhite does it with Londo and G'Kar... *g*
What I loved about this episode was the sheer amount of body-swapping they managed to cram in - the standard body swap in most shows simply swap two characters - this one switched the entire cast, twice.

"You were in my shoes ... I was in your pants." *snerk!*
So when are you going to write that Scorpius/Sikozo/Aeryn/Crichton bodyswap fic you've been teasing us about for eons?
Sorry, you've got the wrong person - Astrogirl2 came up with that particular little teaser. By all means, go and nag her about it - I'd love to see the completed story myself!
My bad. Sorry!

Hey, are you still playing Harvey at t_m, and did he see the newest galaxygab?
So how long until I see The Alien Sex that Traumatized All of Fandom (TM)? *g*

That's in the late third season. And hey, I wasn't traumatized - with the exception of Pilot, Rygel was the only one of the crew who hadn't gotten some in eons, so I figure he deserved it.*g*

And you know, all this body swapping makes me even more eager to see how andrastewhite does it with Londo and G'Kar... *g*

You and me both!
Am I the only one in Farscape fandom history whose favorite character is Pilot?

I arrived in FS fandom pretty early (Season Two was about to start screening in the US when Season One started here, if I remember correctly) and Pilot was more popular early on than he is now. I regret to inform you that this is because he gets fewer scenes - people who came into the show around Season Three didn't get as much chance to get attached to him early on.

Also, the cast is quite fluid - a new character joins in Season Three, others get promoted from recurring to regular and then we get even more people arriving in Season Four. Poor Pilot seemed to be the one who got crowded out the most.

... is it too soon to start asking you to write Pilot fanfic ...?
I regret to inform you that this is because he gets fewer scenes

Well, I'm used to that. Vir virtually disappeared between Into the Fire and Meditations on the Abyss (with the extremely notable exception of The Very Long Night of Londo Mollari). And, you know, somehow that didn't cool my ardor at all. *g*

... is it too soon to start asking you to write Pilot fanfic ...?

I maaaay start experimenting on farscapefriday. It depends on the challenges being proposed.

And, you know, somehow that didn't cool my ardor at all. *g*

Excellent point *g*. The good news is, Pilot doesn't get any less neat, just less visible.

I maaaay start experimenting on farscapefriday. It depends on the challenges being proposed.

Yay!