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Liars, Guns and Money: Part 1: A Not So Simple Plan 

D'Argo finally gets a lead on his son, Jothee. He will do anything to get him back, but Jothee will be sold as a slave. They need a lot of money to buy Jothee's freedom. The crew will steal from a depository to get the money they need to free Jothee. Stark, back from the dead, is the author of the plan.

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Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan
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Ka D'Argo
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Chiana
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Scorpius / Harvey
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Natira
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Ka Jothee (as Matt Newton)
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Akkor
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Lt. Meeklo Braca
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Dominar Rygel XVI (voice)
Jennifer Fisher ...
PK Nurse
Adrian Brown ...
Gan
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Stark is back from the dead and has a plan how to get the money to buy out D'Argo's son among a lot of 10000 slaves including Stark's people. Bad news is that Scorpius also comes there at the same time to fetch his goods. Those were however appropriated by the owner of depository, Natira, believing he was killed in Gammak base destruction. She arranges a triple price compensation but that happens to be the very container Moya's crew just stole with help of Rygel turned into a statue and put into depository to switch containers. Scorpius identifies them and the depository is sealed. The crew now depends on Stark who hacked in the system to open the doors but he's in panic and Scorpius is getting at John. Written by Victoria Alaya

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4 December 2000 (UK)  »

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