... and then a cross-fade to Aeryn, who's upright and strapped into a contraption herself. It looks like Zhaan has attached some of Moya's tendrils to Aeryn's arm, and they're presumably leaching out the toxins. Aeryn asks if Zhaan is sure the procedure won't hurt the ship, and she responds that Pilot assured her that the amount of toxins her body generates is insignificant to an entity the size of Moya. In addition, the baby is old enough to be unaffected as well. Aeryn commends Zhaan on her ingenuity, and Zhaan starts to say that it wasn't her idea. Catching a subtle look of pleading from D'Argo, she tells Aeryn, "It was Pilot's." Fascinating, this dynamic between the two warriors where so much can't be spoken, and props to Zhaan for deftly handling it, even if she doesn't quite understand it. Aeryn struggles to remain conscious.
Gilina, tapped into the security network, unhappily informs Chiana of Crichton's capture. Chiana asks if she can locate him, but Gilina can't access main control. She speculates that they shut it down because they suspect Crichton has an accomplice. "Sooner or later, they'll find out who." Not to make your day any worse, Chiana, but all that attention you drew to yourself may come back to bite you in the ass, and not in the way you might have been expecting.
The machine powers down again, and Crichton sweatily breathes that this is a waste of time, and he's not a spy. Dude, I admire your fortitude, but give it up already. Javio enters and informs Scorpius that according to the report, Moya had a Delvian, a Luxan, and a Hynerian aboard, but there was no mention of Crichton or his "female accomplice." That presumably is the report we saw back in "Till The Blood Runs Clear," which was before Chiana's time. Scorpius points out that Javio has yet to locate Chiana, and then it's another round of happy fun times in Crichton's head, consisting of Crais's accusation that Crichton killed his brother with his "white death pod." Javio identifies Crais, and Scorpius recalls that he received special dispensation from the Council to chase it down in the Uncharted Territories. We know this to be false, but Scorpius doesn't yet. Javio adds that "First Command" lost contact with his carrier some time ago. Scorpius: "I want to see more of that." Watch the DVD extras, dude. Niem speaks for the first time, saying that she can't locate it again, but she's got something related, which turns out to be Crais's Maldis-fueled fight with Crichton. Scorpius: "I suspect our Captain has turned renegade." I suspect Scorpius has a capacity for understatement. He orders Javio to broadcast a "wide-dispersal message" to Crais's Command Carrier directing him to come to the base immediately. Javio asks if he really thinks Crais will show up. Scorpius: "Certainly. Tell him we have his prey."