for the very first time, in its entirety, of course.
Bring on the progressive space aliens and “very special” same sex romance episodes!
From "The Way We Weren't": "Do you remember when you first came aboard?
Velorek stroked your cheek like this..." (Aeryn strokes Pilot's cheek) "Back then, I couldn't fathom why he'd do a thing like that. We've come a long way since then, Pilot, and we've still got a long way to go. In a weird place." Stark: "It's an antenna to feelings...
They are in you for a reason because you need them.
The start of the very next episode throws us completely off-balance by showing us our first instance of Luxan hyper-rage, in which male Luxans will go into a blinding, uncontrollable rage that seems to often be centered on any other comparable male in the nearest vicinity and due to that is likely linked at least on some level to sexual competition between males for alpha dominance.Budong corpses are often mined for mineral deposits, though fatalities are common, due to the particular physiology of the Budong, which creates pockets of acid which can be easily ruptured by accident.A Peacekeeper device that is used to subdue captured Leviathans.is truly unique – it takes a lot of the “space opera” tropes and turns them on their head, with characters that react realistically (and often negatively) to their bizarre circumstances, and grow as the show progresses.It was a serialized show in a time where sci-fi was largely episodic, an as such, the storylines were complex, rich, and emotionally satisfying.