We are having a Farscape Marathon at home and watching 2×05 Crackers don’t matter I find myself repeating Crichtons question after he quotes the famous nursery rhyme:

“Humptey Dumptey sat on a wall. Humtey Dumptey had a great fall and all the kings horses, all the kings men could nt put Humtey Dumptey back together again”

The question Crichton asks “is how do we take it all back?”

The crew of the living spaceship Moya has been under the influence of solar flares that make them very suspicous of each other and they divide into fractions, cross and double cross each other. When they all coma back to their senses, they all apologize but all the hurtful words they said are still there between them.

I figure that the Nursery Rhyme has it right, not all the kings horses or all the kings men can put things right again. It is all a matter of choice, The people involved can choose to act upon the things said or not, choose to remember the things said or not.

Making choice (and in effect free will) the most powerful force in the universe next to God.

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