"Sci-Fi's hit original series is critic's choice for best Sci-Fi Series of 1999." -TV Guide
Mind The Baby
The living ship, Moya, has lost her child, Talyn. To find him, she must return to the asteroid field controlled by evil commander Scorpius. Crichton, Aeryn, and D'Argo rejoin their shipmates aboard Moya with Crais as hostage, but there is a new danger. Talyn attacks his mother, demanding the return of Crais, the only master the child ship has known....
On a cold, menacing planet, D'Argo agrees to help an ancient holy woman, Nilaam, perform the Luxan ritual of death. During the ritual, Nilamm senses great strength in D'Argo and she harnesses it instead to become young and beautiful. D'Argo is in love, but above, the living ship Moya begins to rapidly age and die...
Taking The Stone
Distraught over the death of her brother, Chiana escapes to a royal cemetery planet and joins a twisted gang of young aliens. Crichton and Aeryn try to intercede, but Chiana insists on following the gang's daredevil behavior, which includes jumping into a deep rocky chasm. Correct shouting creates a sonic net to cushion the fall, but many jumpers die as they "take the stone."
Crackers Don't Matter
A shopping trio brings a load of crackers and a small blind alien, Traltixx. Traltixx says he can make Moya undetectable, if the crew changes course and goes to his planet. En route, the crew becomes strangely paranoid and even violent. Is it the light from the Five Pulsars they are passing or is Traltixx trying to hijack Moya?!!