An explosion throws D'Argo into space after he removes a Peacekeeper retaining shield from Moya. He is rescued by the rest of the crew, but begins experiencing hallucinations that cause him to believe that Rygel, Zhaan and Crichton are actually family members from his dark past. The explosion also released an unidentified substance into Moya which causes system-wide shut downs, including a feeding system for Pilot. When Pilot loses consciousness from malnutrition, it is up to the crew not only to take command of Moya but also to find the cause of the malfunctions and remedy the situation before they all perish.
Did You Know?
Spot the prop. The injector device used on frozen D'argo is a standard adjustable micropipette. These are actually very common in almost all labs and will draw up and then squirt back out precise quantities of almost any liquid. See more
When John is kneeling before the DRDs to talk to Moya, the head DRD extends a tiny spinning machine gun and points it at him. Twice, when the DRD is filmed from behind, the machine gun stops spinning but is spinning again when the DRD is facing the camera. Especially noticeable the second time as it stops spinning right before the camera switches to a front view of the DRD "standing down" where it stops spinning the gun and retracts it back into the casing. See more
Pilot, there must be other changes to come as the fetus develops. What can we be expecting?
Yeah, is there some kind of "What to Expect When You're Expecting a Baby Leviathan" book? Doctor Spock... Mister Spock...
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