Pilot tells Zhaan that the "smoke tendril" has invadedMoya. Zhaan runs down the corridor, and Pilot directs her to the maintenance bay. Once there, mist oozes out of the wall behind her, and when a DRD whirrs in alarm, Zhaan turns to see a cloud swirling in the chamber. A figure slowly emerges. It's...Londo Mollari! Heâs replaced his silly hair with an artificial laurel wreath. The DRD scurries to hide behind a wheel of the Farscape. Zhaan begins chanting and bows her head, but in an echoey voice, Londo says, "Be calm, Priest. I am the ship's deity, not yours." Zhaan reminds us that Londo is one of the Builders, "those who gave Leviathans intelligence." Londo purrs, "Anybody can give a machine intelligence. We gave her a soooul." The first part is self-evidently untrue, which makes me kind of skeptical about the second part. The actor, Jonathan Hardy, does Rygel's voice as well, and his voice here sounds the way Rygel would if he was stoned out of his cotton-wadding. Londo says that he's checked Moya out, and noted that she's healthy and that she's given birth. Zhaan says, "A male offspring, named Talyn." Less enthusiastically, Londo adds, "A gunship." Pilot begins to explain the circumstances, but is cut off in mid-sentence. Londo tells Zhaan, "Pilots do not speak to Kahaynu." I'm not sure if that's his name, or the name of his race, but either way I can stop calling him Londo. Zhaan harrumphs, "A capricious deity." Is there any other kind? Kahaynu says that the Leviathans are emissaries of peace, and since Moya has produced a distinctly violent ship, he's got some bad news: "I am here to decommission Moya. To end her existence."
Aeryn and Chiana are sitting outside on a riverbank, admiring the greenscreenery. Aeryn doesn't think she can do anything to help Crichton. Chiana asks if she's told him how she feels. Aeryn says, "He knows what he needs to know." Chiana gets to say something that is both reasonable and true: "If you want [men] to know something, you have to tell them." It applies to women, too, of course. And that's when Dregon shmoozes out of nowhere saying, "I trust I'm not disturbing you." I kinda expected Chiana to say, "Actually..." right there. He hunkers down by Aeryn, heedless of the difficulty of getting grass stains off his white outfit, and invites her to come with him on a sightseeing trip to the Barren Lands. Aeryn declines. Dregon ponders a second, and says that he senses that Aeryn is unhappy about Crichton's marriage. Aeryn harrumphs, "And why would that make me unhappy?" Over Aeryn's shoulder, Chiana tries to decide which way to roll her eyes. Dregon says, "I simply offer myself as a diversion." Aeryn snickers a little, and he adds that they could turn out to be "extremely compatible" as he shows her a vial. Aeryn looks pensive, and takes the vial from his hand. She looks into Dregon's eyes and then tosses the vial behind her, into the river. After a second, she reassures him, "Don't feel bad. It's not you, it's me. [beat] I don't like you." Dregon nods and says that she's made her feelings clear, like she didn't do that several times already. Exit Dregon.