Flash to the Aurora Chair. Crichton stares into space and says, "No, you weren't." Scorpius concedes that the Ancients were there first, when they gave Crichton the wormhole knowledge. Another flash of the Aurora Chair as Scorpius explains that when his interrogation didn't succeed, he came up with "a second strategy." Flash of Scorpius sticking an magic techno-pick into Crichton's head like he's Sharon Stone. Only less terrifyingly crazy.
Crichton flops around on the exam table, then sits up and turns to look at Scorpius. He rasps, "You put something in my head!" Scorpius explains, "A very sophisticated neuro-chip. It contains -- well, it contains, me. Or a mental clone of my [beat] personality." Crichton figures that this explains his visions. Scorpius admits that occasionally Crichton's subconscious notices the intruder.
Flash to Crichton's recent failure to kill Scorpius. Scorpius says there's a "failsafe" to prevent Crichton from killing him. "But my main function is to access the wormhole knowledge you have in your brain. No matter how long that takes." You'd think that if the chip could control Crichton's behavior that much, Scorpius would just influence him to turn himself in. Pfft, details. Crichton giggles, "You're Harvey! Or is it Clarence? Guardian Angel? Invisible Rabbit?" He settles on Harvey, and asks if the Scarran knows about the chip. Harvey, nÃ©e Scorpius, says that he only pops out when the Scarran isn't watching. He sternly advises Crichton to ignore the other, vested Scorpius. Crichton asks why he should believe Harvey. Harvey points out Crichton's sweatiness, and explains, "You've been unusually hot all this time because your real body is reflexively responding to heat." We cut to the x-rays as Harvey says that the heat is produced by the Scarran. When Crichton cools off, the Scarran is "elsewhere, preparing another onslaught." Crichton asks how he can stop the Scarran. Harvey advises, "Concentrate on what is real, your true memories of earth, of Moya. Your family, friends, even your enemies. Do not allow yourself to be pushed over the edge." Scorpius adds that he's still armed, because the pulse pistol isn't strong enough to hurt a Scarran. Among the x-rays, a photo of the pulse pistol appears. A red "X" is drawn on top. Heh. Harvey says, "Your best chance is not to fire, but to --" He interrupts himself to say that the Scarran is returning, and vanishes. Crichton, understandably annoyed, shouts, "'But to' what? Harvey!"