I, E.T.Lets cut the dren (I love Farscape lingo). The actual plot of the story is quite forgettable. We are all Stargate fans here and some of us are Star Trek fans as well. The heroes being marooned on an primitive alien world is nothing new to science fiction. Farscape has been known to make twists to those classic Farscape elements. I don't think this is one of those times. The whole point of this story is we are on a planet to help Moya remove a Peackeeper beacon. So if I don't like the story, then what sells this episode? This episode to me is how the characters interact in the plot. You have Crichton's innocence in trying to convince the alien mom and son about life and why he means them no harm. We see Zhaan and her overall compassion about how Pilot and Moya are doing and how she gives all her strength to try make Moya more comfortable. Her devotion to others is why Zhaan has always been my favorite. I think a key part about Aeryn is us seeing in this episode in how she is starting to let go of her Peacekeeper past. The way she tries to force Rygel to help and the way she berates D'Argo people. On the contrast you see Aeryn's growing compassion (I hope still doesn't hate it) in how she tries to help Zhaan take the pain. It shows the transition. Finally Rygel in his selfishness. It grows on you. Sometimes I can't stand the character. But for all his faults when his back is against the wall Rygel will do the best. He whines but when Rygel knows their is no choice we see him help cut out the beacon. Speaking of Moya, I know several earlier were talking about the beauty of the ship. I see it more in this episode as we get to see it as a living ship. The corridors of the ship don't really give the impression the ship is alive but when we get a closer up of Pilot's den or when Rygel is in the beacon we get that living feel which is always been the awe for me with Moya.