Aeryn interrupts. And this is important, because of them all, she's the only one with a vested interest in not knowing, and I mean to say not giving a fuck, where her DNA can take her. Because where Namtar can take her is, of course, death. Not less but more. So when Aeryn interrupts, she's really saying this is horrible. This group knowing where all of their pieces really go; this family she's built saying, "This is a lie, and I am here to find the truth." And if we're going to have a show, we have to agree with her on some way, because finding a way home for these characters is interesting, but it would mean that we'd lose them along the way, as a matter of course. And I will assure you that, if we do lose them along the way, it's anything fucking but, and you donât want that. Tell me you don't want that, even now. Namtar reassures her and summons Kornata, basically a Sebacean type, for assistance. "I will do each of you in turn. But beautiful Zhaan, I have chosen to do yours first." Because she's been placeless the longest, because she's the most in need of anchor; because it's D'Argo that apologizes but Zhaan that continues to fall.
Kornata reveals Zhaan's star map. "Go ahead, Zhaan," says Namtar. Her DNA has revealed where they are in relation to where she belongs. Which -- before the credits -- you know it is the problem, and not just because without homelessness there's no show. It's the problem because she's not ready for home yet. "My genetic database holds information on nearly 11 million species," Namtar explains to John. "It is simple for me to take a genetic sampling of a being and pinpoint the location of its origin." Lots of talk but that's all it really is. Zhaan has feelings about her map, and then begins to weep. "That's my home." It's pretty hard to watch. Almost earns it.