"I-Yensch, You-Yensch" (Episode 319)
D'Argo and Rygel meet with Scorpius and Braca to negotiate Crichton's safe passage onto the Command Carrier. As a safeguard against doublecrosses, Scorpius suggests that Crichton and Lt. Braca wear matching I-Yensch bracelets that synchronize their nerve impulses so they experience one another's pain. However, before the deal is completed, two heavily armed crazies burst in and hold up the diner. Meanwhile, Talyn is in a dangerous mental state, and only way to heal him is to shut him down and completely erase his personality.
"Into the Lion's Den, Part 1: Lambs to the Slaughter (Episode 320)
The crew boards Scorpius's Command Carrier under the falsehood that Crichton is there to master wormhole technology. Ex-Peacekeepers Aeryn and Crais are forced to confront their past lives, and D'Argo, Rygel, Chiana, and Jool encounter hostility from all sides. Talyn is brought on board for a cognitive replacement. While Crichton searches for a way to sabotage the Carrier, he is watched by Scorpius, who is ready to exact deadly retribution if Crichton does not cooperate.
"Into the Lion's Den, Part II: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" (Episode 321)
On the Command Carrier, Crichton is making incredible breakthroughs in his wormhole research. His crewmates are not so sure about the success of the plan, and are debating whether to leave or stay. When Crais is denied access Talyn, he realizes he needs a bargaining chip. He goes to Scorpius and reveals Crichton's true intentions: to sabotage the wormhole research and destroy the Carrier. Moya's crew is immediately arrested, and it seems all is lost.
"Dog with Two Bones" (Episode 322)
Moya transports the remains of Talyn to a sacred Leviathan burial ground. Those on board are at a crossroads, each wanting to pursue a separate path. Crichton dreams of returning to Earth with Aeryn at his side, but Aeryn is unsure. Upon entering the graveyard, Moya is attacked by a huge rogue Leviathan. The crew must team up once more to save their home, but it seems that no matter which way the battle goes, their intertwined fates are sure to unravel.
"Farscape Season 3: A Look Back," with executive producer David Kempner
Updated character histories-Pilot, Moya, and Talyn