Trussed up in a long straightjacket, Zhaan listens to the Vision of D'Argo give her encouragement, reminding her how she survived and flourished under very similar circumstances. Zhaan agrees that she did, but that's when she was spiritual and now she's not. D'Argovision tells her she hasn't abandoned her Seek and then explains that the three visions can't help her any longer. She has to confront her demons alone. Zhaan doesn't know if she has the strength. D'Argovision tells her she's the strongest individual he's ever known and then he kisses her. That's interesting. So, Crichton represented acceptance; Aeryn, guilt; and D'Argo, religion. I think it's interesting that her most combative relationship represents the most negative visions.
The next morning, Zhaan is chanting to herself and not responding to Rygel. Briefly explaining her kidnapping, Chiana grabs Rygel's comm and tries to get Pilot back on the line. All that comes back is static for a bit, but then Pilot calmly says, "I am here, Chiana. Moya chosen to give you a little more time." In tears, Chiana thanks him. But it wasn't Pilot's doing. Moya heard the whole conversation with Ja Rule and Jiffy-Pop because Chiana's comm was still off the hook when she was kidnapped. However, Pilot and Moya need to know if staying around means Rygel and Chiana will be able to save Zhaan. Rygel draws himself up thoughtfully and says he thinks he has a way, "It's chancy and will require lashings of deception and trickery." Chiana smiles, relieved, "Finally, you and I get to play to our strengths!" Yeah, but never forget that you were still doing fairly well without them.