Previously on Farscape, only people who had seen "A Human Reaction," which aired like four and a half years ago, knew what John meant when he asked his father, "Was it a bass, or a trout?" I guess Sikozu is one of them though, because she immediately tries to confirm for John that the DRDs confirmed their visitors: three men, including John's father Jack, and a lady. At whom John's got his pulse pistol pointed. Jack: "It's me, son. It's all right, you're home. You're alive. And, if that wasn't miracle enough, this ship is actually a living organism?" John assures him she is, and when Jack starts asking if Sikozu's "another alien life-form," to which the correct answer is always "You have no fucking idea," but then you also have to mention how shitty her hair looks in The Peacekeeper Wars, and it's a whole thing, so John changes the subject to how the hell they managed to get to Moya.
Jack explains that IASA sent a shuttle "to open up communications" and then freaked out when Sikozu finally answered...in English. John lowers his gun and casts a tired, mean look at Sikozu: "She's too smart." One of the other guys introduces himself: "T.R. Holt, Special Advisor to the President." Holt congratulates John on accomplishing "Earth's first contact with extraterrestrial life," John laughs and calls down D'Argo and Aeryn from Lo'La. Aeryn, of course, immediately goes for her gun, because she is awesome, and John tells the humans to stay frosty. D'Argo stares at them with his arms crossed, and Holt gapes at him. Chiana, Noranti, and Rygel all cluster near Aeryn and D'Argo, staring back at Jack's team. Aeryn's played this game before; she looks scared out of her wits. ...Well, for Aeryn.
John steers Sikozu away for a short meeting -- she's totally adorable throughout this scene, by the way, just overjoyed at all the hubbub and new people -- and she asks what took him so long. It's been 42 days since his vacation in the land of Nagel and skateboards. "The wormhole's unstable; some time dilation may have occurred," John explains, and Sikozu tells him Scorpius is in a pod at the other end of the wormhole, transmitting breadcrumbs. "Yeah, you can stop pimping for him anytime," John snits. Sikozu asks what the hell his problem is -- "These are your people, do you think they pose us a threat?" -- and maybe two or three years ago that was a possibility. Now? "No. It's the other way around." Credits.