With Crichton in a coma, we take a look inside his Looney Toon mind...
“Lion King - Be Prepared.mpg” (thanks Bostitch!)“Things are literally starting to go Looney Toons for the gang on Moya. Nuff said.” (thanks Kevin Veighey!)
“Farscape meets Loony Tunes when D'Argo puts Crichton into a coma over a disagreement. Much slapstick comedy to come as Crichton dreams about how to handle D'argo.” (thanks Billy Roberts!)
“In this episode of Frooney Tunes, a ship threatens everyone, a character takes a long nap, and it turns out Tentaclēs has 9 lives. Is revenge a dish best served with slapstick?” (thanks MatthewB!)
“"Eh...What's up, D'argo?"
""Shhhh...be vewwy, vewwy quiet. I'm hunting ooman, cause you know what's better than wabbit? Ooman! I tawt I taw a ooman, I did, I did, I did! Kill the ooman! Kill the ooman! I did, I did, I did!""
""Well, I guess that's all, folks!""” (thanks Vicster!)
“Who framed Roger Rabbit meets Baywatch when a natural born loser starts fantasising ” (thanks Lucy !)
“Self-destructs, spinning blades, and six-teen tonne weights. It's human season in this rabbit brained caper with the Acme Corporation getting a new client, elaborate painted wormholes, and Tentacleese getting run over by USS Enterprise (NCC-1701, no bloody A, B, C, D, or E). ” (thanks Tonks Moriarty!)
“Meep! Meep! Buckets, bear traps, and banana peels can't keep Wile E Ka D'Argo away from our Roadrunner. A Gene Rodenberryan surprise guest star is the least bizarre occurrence on this looney adventure of betrayal and forgiveness. ” (thanks Adam T!)
First aired on Friday, 10 August 2001, written by David Kemper, and directed by Andrew Prowse