Wait, nope. THE CREDITS.
John, D'Argo, and Rygel sit alone at dinner, having made their usual amount of friends. John sits on the table, D'Argo sits on a bench beside it; John asks if he's okay, "Bro." D'Argo snits about how Macton's a frelling liar. And Rygel's like, "First of all, duh. He's a frelling Peacekeeper; but also secondly, he's a frelling Peacekeeper, here, now, so we need to get the fuck out." Scorpius appears at the top of the stairs that lead down into the refectory and tells them they aren't permitted to "leave the compound prematurely." Rygel isn't feeling this, because why would Katoya care when he's got their money, because that's how Rygel rolls. Scorpius comes all the way down and says they're in for the long haul, bound by the rules. John says frell the rules, they're not about to "stick around 'til a Marauder lands," but Scorpius gets all intimate with him, whispering, "This sector of Tormented Space is forbidden to Peacekeepers, unless they have received express orders from First Command." Meaning Macton's there unofficially, dealing with his own shit, I assume. Or else somehow he's there for them, which is John's worry, and D'Argo's like, "I'll ask how he found us right before I totally kill him." Scorpius hisses directly into D'Argo's grill and says Katoya won't let them kill each other. "To Hezmana with Katoya! Macton deserves to die!" He takes a breath and then tears up and reminds us why. Again. Even though we just covered that.
Then: Lo'Laan tries to reason with Macton: "He loves me! You mustn't do anything, D'Argo's done nothing to me." Macton's not buying. Their house was beautiful. "You refuse to see him for what he really is." A Luxan warrior, she says proudly. "...And he cannot help but hurt you." Lo'Laan promises that they could never hurt each other; D'Argo listens outside the room with his arms crossed. Macton gives up and leaves, walking past D'Argo in the shadows. "Good to see you, brother." Macton walks off without a word, and D'Argo goes in to his wife.