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Beware Of Dog
Teleplay by Naren Shankar
Directed by Tony Tilse


PLOT
For once the crew on Moya have plenty of food after bartering successfully on a commerce planet. Unfortunately, they are warned that the food may be carrying a parasite – and one that won't see much difference between the food and the crew.

D'Argo and Chiana find a solution, though, when they buy a parasite killer, a small cute alien called a Vorc.

But while they're convinced the Vorc is the solution, they're not sure there is a parasite yet and there's always the chance that they've misunderstood what the Vorc is for…

That becomes especially likely when Crichton reports seeing a grotesque hunter/killer beast on Moya at the time the Vorc disappears. Only, Crichton's been seeing a lot of things lately and no one's too sure whether they should believe him or not.




Aeryn and the Vorc

  •  Mind the Baby

  •  Vitas Mortis

  •  Taking the Stone

  •  Crackers don't Matter

  •  The Way We Weren't

  •  Picture if you Will

  •  Home on the Remains

  •  Dream a Little Dream

  •  Out of Their Minds

  •  Look at the Princess Part 1

  •  Look at the Princess Part 2

  •  Look at the Princess Part 3

  •  My Three Crichtons

  •  Beware of Dog

  •  Won't Be Fooled Again

  •  The Locket

  •  The Ugly Truth

  •  A Clockwork Nebari

  •  Liars, Guns and Money Part 1

  •  Liars, Guns and Money Part 2

  •  Liars, Guns and Money Part 3

  •  Die Me Dichotomy


  •  To Season One



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