Rygel on Moya, watching Noranti do her thing. "What in the frelling yotz where you thinking, you madwoman? You're a plague! A withered, three-eyed, bad-smelling pestilence!" She keeps working and tells him to yell at her later. "I'll be dead later!" She tells him the yelling and bitching is very distracting and maybe it's in his best interest to shut the hell up. She is so awesome.
Scorpius follows John through Moya, trying to explain, like in every episode, about reality and sometimes reality is a bummer. John's not feeling him on this issue, and like in every episode, he throws up a lot of irrelevant bullshit so he won't have to deal with logic or thinking. "What has it bought us?" he asks, about Noranti's little plague scheme, and Scorpius yells: "Time!" A theme throughout the trilogy starts here and ends in a wonderful punchline in the finale: "What are we doing with that time? Can't answer that? Right. That's why someone's got to get on that freighter." John opens a metal crate, loudly, and Scorpius begs him to chill out: "Sikozu is working on it. If she could access schematics of the freighter..." John cuts him off, saying that schematics can't tell them where Aeryn is or if she's okay. "Someone has got to go in." Scorpius is like, "As if! Like Jenek's gonna give you a tour?" John looks at him seriously: "Grasshopper. You aim too high. Jenek is not the only one with access."
John struts into the commons in his Peacekeeper uniform, aiming to be Chiana for a sec. He sits down with Nursie and offers to bone her. Like, no prelude: "I only fuck Sebaceans, and it's been six months." She is very awesome this whole scene: "I don't do Peacekeepers, so why waste your time?" He puts a small packet between his teeth and it hangs down and he makes quite a face. "This is something for a special friend. It's the Sebacean cure for Hynerian Dermafollica." She doesn't believe him, he says she could analyze it but whatever, why waste your time, and I want to think that she busts this backflip at least 30/70 for Aeryn, because that makes her more interesting and less Frau Blucher: "Where'd...you get that?" He stops in his tracks and gets all sexy some more. "I don't kiss and tell, but...you can be sure you're not gettin' it anywhere else." She protests that it rarely infects Sebaceans, but he's like, "Dead before you know it, though." He puts the vial back between his teeth and woggles at her. "I just want to share." It's not so much that she's a traitor to her people and a Nazi experimenter and a creep that gets to me, it's that I don't understand a person who could think twice about doin' John Crichton. That is a sick mind in there.