A second transport whooshes through the mist and down to the planet.
Crichton climbs down the ladder and finds himself on the surface of a desert planet. Sand blows through the air and several inexplicable fires burn nearby. He calls for Aeryn, like, if she didn't notice this big ship landing, she'll hear him shouting over the wind. But Aeryn does turn up, still old, still wearing one of Obi-Wan's old outfits. And holding a rifle. Crichton says he's going to take her back to Moya. Aeryn shouts for him to go away. He gestures around and calls back, "Is this where you lived the last 160 cycles? You could not have lived here!" Aeryn says that she was on another planet. She moves closer so as to argue more effectively, and then Crichton grabs her arm and tries to force her back to the ship. Aeryn falls down during the tussle -- way to go, Crichton, knocking down an old lady. As Crichton tries to help her up, a shot hits a boulder near them. He turns and draws, only to find a young woman holding a gun on him. She says, "You touch my grandmother again, and I will kill you." Fade out.
Fade in. Now Crichton has to gradually realize what the audience understood five minutes ago, because we know it's a TV show: Aeryn was telling the truth. The girl with the gun is Aeryn's granddaughter, Ennixx. Who was named after a prescription medication. Ennixx has her own mini-revelation that the stories Aeryn told her about a spaceship and a dude named Crichton are true. About that time Aeryn wakes up, causing me to wonder if she was just pretending to be unconscious so as to avoid all the exposition. She and Crichton immediately resume their "You should leave!" "Not without you!" debate. Aeryn weakly tells him, "If you don't go, you'll get trapped for 55 cycles. Trapped like I was." Crichton asks a very good question: "What the hell is going on?" Aeryn finally tells him that if he leaves now, in eight hours there will be another four-hour window when the mist clears, and he can come back for a chat. Rather bizarrely, Crichton agrees to leave.
Moya. D'Argo is with Chiana, who is holding her head gingerly. He awkwardly brings up Chiana's reconnaissance mission aboard the transport, and says, "You're one of us now. There's no need for you to act like you're not." Chiana replies, "I always do what I want, okay? I don't know why. It's just the way I am." She says he's not going to change her, and D'Argo, rather sadly, agrees. Run, D'Argo, run! Chiana notes that D'Argo's rather "straight," because she didn't see "Won't Get Fooled Again." They look at each other, and Chiana sighs, "We're not gonna make it, are we?" Ouch. But, no. Peel it off quick like a band-aid, kids. D'Argo looks even sadder and is saved from answering when Zhaan announces that Crichton's on his way back.