Lime and her velvet thong and strappy stacked silver heels saunter through the hallway to Kelby's quarters. She opens the door, enters, and makes out with him.
After the commercials, Kelby and Lime have done the deed and now lie in each other's arms -- green skin against white. It's like Martin Luther King's dream. And now, for obvious reasons, he's become Kelpy. Kelpy bitches about Trip, and Lime encourages him. Eventually, Kelpy says he doesn't want to talk about it anymore and Lime gets all indignant about how she's used to "being" with men of action. Men who see what they want and just take it, regardless of consequence. Lime wants to leave but Kelpy begs her to stay. Lime asks, "What would you do to keep me forever?" "Forever?" Kelpy wonders. Forever, and that's a mighty long time but I'm here to tell you -- there's something else. The Afterworld. A world of never-ending happiness. You can always see the sun, day or night. Kelpy says he'd do anything she wanted. Lime juices.
Engineering. Kelpy messes with the engine and things start banging and popping. Trip bounds over to stop him and Kelpy punches him down. They fight. Trip finally knocks the sweaty-faced horndog to the floor and bellows orders at underlings to fix the damage.