D'Argo then asks Tokut what they can do now, and after a few trills from the doctor, Greenschlick balefully points out that they could restore John's speech...but that would use up a donor. Six feet up on her high horse, Zhaan calls down, "You mean 'kill.'" Greenschlick waves his hand and says dismissively, "Whatever you want to call it --" "Crichton definitely would not want that," Stark insists. Greenschlick then gives what can be called the exact opposite of a sales pitch, pointing out that Crichton's brain is so scrambled, the operation might not work anyway. D'Argo suggests that they find out what John wants by having Zhaan share unity with him. She is understandably less-than-thrilled about this, pointing out "the last time, I wasn't strong enough to withstand Scorpius's evil." D'Argo posits that the evil is gone. Zhaan protests that the chip may be gone, but the evil could be lingering. It's pretty evident that she's more afraid of her own weakness than she actually is of any external threat. D'Argo gently presses that "if that's true, we still need to know." Zhaan has the look of a little kid who really doesn't want her dad to turn off the light at bedtime. D'Argo steps forward, promising, "You're not alone now, Zhaan." As she works herself into a panic, Zhaan turns to look at Stark; he nods in assent with D'Argo. In an incongruously chivalrous move, Greenschlick helps Zhaan up to the table where John's lying. She prepares to do that voodoo that she do...does, really, and not so well. Anyway, the rest of Team Moya (absent the short, helium-producing member) moves to flank her, and a tremulous Zhaan soon moves into unity.
We hear Scorpius's whispery, echoing voice implore, "Delvian, Delvian...listen to Crichton." Zhaan begins having a bit of a freakout, and the rest of Team Moya is like, "Uhhhh..." Crichton tells Zhaan she may as well leave, as there's nothing left to be done. Before Zhaan can get it together, Stark yells, "Come out of it! Break unity!" and Zhaan does. Well played, o mistress of mental mumbo-jumbo. She shares the news that Crichton's still got the Scorpius clone in his head. Stark has himself a hissy, while Zhaan and D'Argo decide it's time for them to kick some metaphorical ass and take names. D'Argo promises Crichton, "We're going to get that frelling madman out of your mind."
Anyway, Zhaan makes like she's about to euthanize Crichton, and Greenschlick is eagerly handing over an aerosol syringe thingie, eager to play backup to Zhaan Kevorkian. She's heading on over to kill Crichton, and Stark grabs her just in the nick of time. As Zhaan wails, "Let me go! He wants to die!" Crichton chimes in with "Garrbaa! Blaggbulble!"