Pilot tells T'raltixx that he's overloading the system. T'raltixx keeps bellowing that he needs more light. Pilot finally agrees, and the room T'raltixx is in glows a little more. I think T'raltixx could just walk over and turn the dimmer switch up for the same effect. Lazy bastard. T'raltixx's eyes, or whatever they are, glow too, and he says, "All of Moya is beginning to glow! I am maaagnificeeeeent!" Or goofy. You decide. We cut to an exterior showing light pouring out of all the little lines on Moya.
Crichton goes back to the door and says, "I want you to look at what he's doing to Moya!" He swings the door open, and light pours into the room. Everyone blinks and turns away, except for Zhaan, who preens. Heh. Crichton says that the walls are glowing. So, why aren't the walls glowing in the room they're in? Oh well. There are plenty of good things about this show, but "making sense" was never a big priority. D'Argo asks why T'raltixx would want them all to fight. Crichton explains that it's to distract them from T'raltixx's nefarious scheme. Aeryn munches on a cracker as she says, "I'll kill him. Undo me." Crichton aims his gun at her and asks if he can trust her. Aeryn pulls another cracker-bit out of her cleavage and says, "No." Crichton puts his gun away and smirks, "At least you're honest." He removes the cuff, and Aeryn immediately grabs him and snarls, "Unless you plan on actually pulling the trigger, don't ever pull a gun on me like that again!" Crichton moves his mouth a lot while Aeryn yells at him like he's contemplating new ways of making her shut up. They're so cute. He finally says that he was just making a point, and Aeryn of course says she was, too. Crichton stares at her and gasps, "Don't -- stop it -- focus here."