The complete first series of the popular sci-fi series. Includes the episodes: 'Premiere', 'Exodus from Genesis', 'Back and Back and Back to the Future', 'Throne for a Loss', 'PK Tech Girl', 'Thank God It's Friday, Again', 'I, E.T.', 'That Old Black Magic', 'DNA Mad Scientist', 'They've Got a Secret', 'Till the Blood Runs Clear', 'The Flax', 'Rhapsody in Blue', 'Jeremiah Crichton', 'Durka Returns', 'A Human Reaction', 'Through the Looking Glass', 'A Bug's Life', 'Nerve', 'The Hidden Memory', 'Born to be Wild' and 'Family Ties'.
The complete second series of the popular sci-fi series. Includes the episodes: 'Mind the Baby', 'Vitas Mortis', 'Taking the Stone', 'Crackers Don't Matter', 'The Way We Weren't', 'Picture If You Will', 'Home on the Remains', 'Dream a Little Dream', 'Out of their Minds', 'My Three Crichtons', 'Look at the Princess 1', 'Look at the Princess 2', 'Look at the Princess 3', 'Beware of Dog', 'Won't Get Fooled Again', 'The Locket', 'The Ugly Truth', 'A Clockwork Nebari', 'Lairs, Guns and Money 1', 'Lairs, Guns and Money 2', 'Lairs, Guns and Money 3' and 'Die Me Dichotomy'.
The entire third season of the popular sci-fi television show. In 'Season of Death' Crichton undergoes some dark days when he loses the reason to live. 'Suns and Lovers' sees the crew trapped at a trading station. 'Self-Inflicted Wounds - Part 1' has the Moya fuse with another small spacecraft after the two crash together. 'Self-Inflicted Wounds - Part 2' finds the crew battling to save Moya from some on-board saboteurs. 'Different Destinations' sees Crichton and the other crew members accidentally slip back in time, and then, in their efforts to return, risk changing the course of history. In 'Eat Me' Crichton and the crew run into some cannibalistic mutant scavengers. 'Thanks For Sharing' finds the crew getting mighty confused when they discover that there are two Crichtons walking around. 'Green Eyed Monster' sees Talyn disappear into the depths of a giant space creature. 'Losing Time' has Pilot possessed by an alien being and the crew experiencing bouts of lost time. 'Relativity' finds Areyn faced with a moral dilemma when she discovers that her mother leads the Peacekeeper squad in pursuit of Talyn. In 'Incubator' Crichton becomes involved in negotiations for some stolen wormhole technology. 'Meltdown' sees the ship come too close to a sun and release a fluid which causes the crew to act in unusual ways. 'Scratch 'n' Sniff' has the crew visit a pleasure world and fall victim to theft and substance abuse. 'Infinite Possibilities Part 1: Daedalus Demands' finds Crichton accused of sharing vital technological secrets with the Charrids. In 'Infinite Possibilities Part 2: Icarus Abides' the secrets of the wormhole technology stored in Crichton's mind allow the construction of a displacement engine. 'Revenging Angel' has a clash between D'Argo and Crichton place Moya in danger of destruction. 'The Choice' sees Aeryn visit a planet of mystics as she searches for a way to deal with John's death. 'Fractures' finds the reunion of Moya and Talyn's crews interrupted by escaped convicts. In 'I-Yensch, You-Yensch' Rygel and D'Argo try to negotiate a truce with Scorpius. 'Into the Lion's Den 1: Lambs to the Slaughter' has the crew steel their nerves and attempt to board the Command Carrier. 'Into the Lions's Den 2: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing' sees Crichton try to persuade the crew to destroy the Carrier. Finally, 'Dog With Two Bones' finds Crichton torn between his feelings for Aeryn and his wish to return to Earth.
Collector's edition of the complete semi-animated science fiction series. The plot features a present-day astronaut, John Crichton (Ben Browder), who stumbles upon a wormhole and slips through it, only to find himself in a distant part of the galaxy. Crichton soon learns that he is on board the space ship Moya, which is inhabited by a group of alien fugitives.