Thankfully, we FINALLY get up to Moya and also Aeryn's hair. Chiana is crooning some alien song as she washes clothes in a tub thing that is also connected to Moya in some way. It's lit with blue light and is steaming. Aeryn stomps in and presents more clothes to be cleaned. "Oh, no problem," Chiana trills, "Room for us both." Aeryn meant that Chiana should wash her clothes as well. Chiana's annoyed by this and says she isn't Aeryn's servant. She wonders if Aeryn is allergic to Moya's amnexus fluids. It's sort of gross and awesome that they are using fluids from a living being to wash things. Like how cats have special cleaning agents on their tongues. Am I going to liken everything concerning Moya to cats? Probably. Aeryn points out that Chiana is already cleaning D'Argo's clothes. "Yeah, but I like D'Argo," Chiana retorts.
Oh, crap. We're back at Neuschwhinestein already. That's it, I need a whole drink, none of this sipping shit. Crichton is asking what "attending to" Nilaam means. "Whatever she wants it to mean," D'Argo breathes. So, now he's a hooker? Crichton asks if that means Nilaam can snack on D'Argo's liver with a nice Chianti. Ooh, I have Chianti somewhere. D'Argo's there to assist Nilaam's dying, her passing into the next realm. Someone mentions a ritual, and Crichton gets tetchy. D'Argo and Nilaam are going to bond and form an emotional and spiritual link. D'Argo is going to transfer energy to the Orican as she dies. What does she need energy for? Dying is sort of like driving a Prius -- it's the ultimate in energy conservation. Crichton freaks at the energy transfer mention, and D'Argo admits that he could die if things go slightly down the FUBAR path. Now, this is the kind of show that would kill major characters -- I mean, the kind of show that does kill major characters, so it's never entirely certain that one of them won't be killed off in any given episode. It's out there, they could die. HOWEVER, if they had killed D'Argo in such a stupid way for such a boring plot, I would have stopped watching forever. Aren't you glad they didn't kill D'Argo in this episode? I mean, where else would you look for recaps? Oh, right, Couch Baron, Jacob, Strega, and Sobell. Well, you're just a bunch of ingrates and as punishment, I'm going to stop recapping this episode. ["... Sitting right here." -- Sars] Yeah, I'm not allowed to do that. Basically, Crichton argues, D'Argo argues, and then D'Argo wins. There's no rock-paper-scissoring this one, John.