...and then Chiana answers for him: "I will not!" Turns out D'Argo is trying to get Chiana to put some restraints on and lock herself in one of the prison cells; that way, when the Peacekeepers board, she can claim that she's not loyal to the escapees, and she only helped them on the Gammak base because they forced her to. It's a pretty lame idea, given that Chiana had numerous chances to safely betray her shipmates to the Peacekeepers if she'd been so inclined, but the point is to show D'Argo's strong concern for Chiana's welfare here. The scene gets thick with emotion as Chiana snarls, "Don't tell me how to lie. It's one of the best things I do!" I don't suppose it would be necessary for him to tell you how to have sex, either. D'Argo says she's a pain in the eema, but one he's grown to enjoy. I'm thinking Chiana can relate.
Crichton is watching Zhaan stir some lutra oil, which she says is stable until it's mixed with kronite shavings, at which point it becomes highly explosive. The mixture proves Zhaan's point by igniting, and then Zhaan and Crichton express their sorrow that their time together appears to be at an end. I can't really do justice to these goodbye scenes, but they're all tinged with enormous sadness and regret. It's probably not a coincidence that Rygel isn't around.