Moya is under sudden attack - an alien ship has locked weapons, is about to fire and is not listening to any white flag-waving messages. Crichton and the others are jolted from sleep and race from their rooms, while Zhaan flies out to the enemy ship to negotiate. On the very good assumption that she'll fail, D'Argo and the rest work on reactivating the defence shield they purloined from the Peacekeepers. They're right to try, as Zhaan can't stop the aliens from firing - and firing when the shield is only barely working. It is just powerful enough to prevent Moya from being destroyed. But the combination of weapons fire and a fluctuating, weak shield produces the very oddest of effects. For after the opening salvo, all of the crew on Moya find that they have swapped bodies.
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This was written by a freelancer Michael Cassutt
who receives full screen credit. In reality, it had to undergo a heavy rewrite to fit it into the context of the Farscape world which was done by staff writer Justin Monjo
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I'm a guy. A guy? Guys dream about this sort of thing.
Dominar Rygel XVI
I'll tell you one thing, Crichton. If I find you've been dreaming anything else to my body, I'll break your legs. Even if they are mine.
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