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In exchange for his loyalty, The Lady promised Khlyen "a galaxy." Well, she didn't literally mean his own galaxy: he'll be able to enjoy hers vicariously. She is willing to part with a planet though, and Khlyen wants Qresh. And he'll get it, too, granted her plan goes according to...plan.
On Westerly, Pree and Garrett have saved Turin from his captors. Turin wants to book it off Westerly, but Pree wants to save their people. Well, it looks like their people are coming up the rears now. But something feels off.
The Killjoys have landed on Qresh to acquire ammunitions for the onslaught on the factory. They hit up the two Qreshi aristocrats they saved from death on the Supermax in the hopes that they'll fork it over. They're obstinate. So Delle Seyah, instead, offers to use her political clout to get them a seat at the table of the Nine. That works.
So the air quality in Old Town? It's getting worse. The factories are pumping a fog into the atmosphere, poisoning people. When Turin and Pree find out, they shepherd everyone into the bar for protection. Meanwhile, Zeph is up at her lab on the Supermax trying to figure out an antidote.
Garrett, who's been bugged by Fancy Lee, infiltrates The Lady's ship to talk to Khlyen. As he's cued in by Johnny, he feeds Khlyen the following story: the rebels are preparing to bomb a factory, but only as a diversion, while they rain missiles on the armada. Khlyen is skeptical.
Meanwhile, while The Lady's offspring are making mincemeat of passersby outside the bar, Pree is addressing all those smart enough to stay inside. He's pressured by Turin to tell everyone what's really going on. So he breaks the news to them about the mind-control agent they've been under. It's a tough pill to swallow.
Turns out, that was all part of the Killjoys' plan. They wanted to see what side Khlyen was really playing for, and they found out. Garrett was a plant, they knew he would get found out. Upon pain of death, Khlyen tells the Killjoys that the vaccine vapor was meant to innoculate the hatchlings, not the people of Old Town — they're the food. Khlyen recommends taking them all to Qresh, but Dutch knocks him out before he can get a full sentence out.
The Killjoys have saved as many folks as they could from Westerly and brought them on the Supermax. Once they're on-board, they're relieved of the mind-control agent, and start to remember their real pasts.