companion 4d frontcompanion 4 frontBen Browder wrote the forward to the last book of the Farscape Illustrated book series.

From the book's cover:

"Here's the inside story of Farscape's unforgettable fourth year. Compiled with total access to the show's cast and crew, this official companion is packed with exclusive interviews and photos, a definitive episode guide and even a Foreword from Crichton himself, Ben Browder! Also inside are Afterwords from executive producer David Kemper and series creator Rockne S. O'Bannon, and an intriguing look at the future of Farscape..."

Note: There are two different covers for this book (shown here) but contents are the same.

john quixoteBen wrote the Farscape TV series episode John Quixote for season 4.

Synopsis:

Episode number seven was broadcast on the Sci Fi Channel (cable TV) on 26 Jul 2002.

John Crichton and Chiana are caught in a virtual reality game created by the part-time Moya and Talyn resident psycho Stark. John and Chiana are stuck in the game until they can find the game's princess and John kisses her. Full of twists and turns and skews, you'll have to watch this episode more than once to understand it all. After that, on further viewings, you can just sit back and relax and enjoy the lunacy of the episode.

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Synopsis Credit: BBI

green eyed monsterBen wrote the Farscape TV series episode Green Eyed Monster for season 3.

Synopsis:

Episode number eight was broadcast on the Sci Fi Channel (cable TV) on 22 June 2001.

John Crichton, Aeryn Sun and Captain Bialar Crais are aboard Moya's child Talyn running from a Peacekeeper search team. While Aeryn is learning to control Talyn, the ship and crew are swallowed by a budong. In the ensuing havoc John, Aeryn, Crais and Talyn all discover a thing or two about their relationships with each other. 

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Synopsis Credit: BBI

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Ben and Andrew Prowse (Farscape) wrote and sold a movie script titled Black Mountain to MGM in 2007.

The movie is about an investigator in a small town trying to solve some brutal murders in the town. Although co-written by Ben, there is no assurance that he would be in it. The investigator role could be a good fit for him if the movie gets made.

At this time, there is no further word on the fate of the movie.

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Going Homer is a project that Ben pitched to the Sci-Fi channel (now called Syfy channel) back in 2007.

He and Farscape producer/writer/director Andrew Prowse are co-writing it. When asked at the Polaris Convention (2011) what the status of this project is, Ben said it is still in development, although he didn't put it in those exact words. Writing the story for the script was interrupted by the writer's strike of 2007.

The proposed mini-series revolves around a 12-year-old boy, named Homer Ulysses Jones and his dad who are traveling from California to their old home in Ithaca New York. Homer can Greek and Roman gods who are either trying to help or hinder Homer and his dad in their journey across the country.