Back on Lo'La, Rygel's apologizing if it seems insensitive, but wonders if, in the scheme of things, whether it really matters if Jack Crichton "flies and dies." Rather than punching him in the box, John answers the question Rygel's really asking: "My father got me started in avionics. No dad, no Farscape project. You stay in Peacekeeper custody, she remains a Nazi," he says, nodding at Aeryn, and "she ends up on Nebari Prime," meaning Chiana. Everybody up to speed? Chiana's like, got it: "Now how do we fix this?" John explains that, per Einstein, "the change ripples out from the first mutation," which is the Challenger glitch, so if they fix that, "everything else falls back into place." I'm just not smart enough for time travel. "I don't know how long this is gonna take, but I know a place where we might hang out." He also says, producing a newspaper, that they're lucky tomorrow's Halloween. "That's somethin'," he tells the questioning Noranti, "that means you're gonna fit in just fine, Grandma."
We see an overstuffed mailbox outside a crappy house, and inside, John's holding an awesome photo of a man with some friends, throwing the bird while a space shuttle launches behind him. Behind him, D'Argo comes in, kicking shit and coughing: "The dust on this planet is playing havoc with my sinuses!" Heh. In the living room of the house, Aeryn stares out the front window as Chiana digs through a cardboard box, pulling out clothes. This should go well. ("Shee-yah!" she says again.) John explains the place was the site of a drug bust, and sealed up. "For a while there was some gang kids livin' here." The accent is like at a five right now. Chiana hands John some jeans from the box (see?) and he assures Rygel that this isn't actually his house. "Don't worry. We're only gonna be here for a couple of [hours]." Noranti the picture of the dudes throwing the finger, and Rygel sits on the couch, batting at a plastic shark that weebles at him. He tells the crew to stay hidden, and Aeryn wishes him luck.