Crichton is getting frustrated in his new environment. He takes his ship out for a quick jaunt, but Moya's pregnancy is causing some changes in the Leviathan, she starbursts suddenly without little warning stranding Crichton. He finally settles on a planet, and adjusts to life amongst the natives. Moya's crew comes after him to explain the situation, but does he want to go back? Written by
Did You Know?
When John Crichton is asked if living a native life "was worth the trouble" he said, "Ah, what trouble?" This quote was taken from Jeremiah Johnson
(1972) and was also the last line's given in the movie. See more
As Lishala explains the prophecy, she appears shot from behind and the words spoken do not match the face movements. (Namely: "...true Masata tonight, he will suffer a torturous death beyond any other.") See more
[Whispering to D'Argo after Rygel has been mistaken as a god by another race
The Slug Who Would Be King.
References The Man Who Would Be King