Scorpy and Zu are fine. The bomb would only be triggered if Moya was not allowed to get away in peace. Because Moya did get away safely, Scorp and Zu were seen later aboard the Peacekeeper ship, with Scorpius saying that John would soon come back to them of his own volition. John talked about it but changed his mind. I think that's the last we saw of them. Again, it's always obligatory for the network to thank the viewers at the end of a run of a show with a heavy fan base. But they don't really care, as evidenced by the fact that (as you both have pointed out) they took them off the air so often, then put them in a bad timeslot and didn't give them a chance to redeem themselves. SG-1 was on the verge of cancellation when it joined Sci-Fi. How well would IT have done in Farscape's timeslot? When I said I'd never watch Sci-Fi again, it was mainly exaggeration to make a point about how mad I was. I can't say that I won't watch the network 10 years from now, or that I'll never catch a rerun of a favorite show in passing. But Farscape was one of my only "appointment" shows a week, and the only one on Sci-Fi. Hence, no need to watch it any more. I'm not interested in "Tremors" (just how many different ways can you kill a big bug?) and I don't care about the "Battlestar Galactica" mini-series in December, since they've gone out of their way to anger fans before it even airs. Sci-Fi has repeatedly said in interviews that they hate the "geeky" sci-fi fan and they're always trying to appeal to a "mainstream" audience. Guess what, Sci-Fi? We ARE your audience. If you aired cooking shows and sitcoms on a sports network, you'd anger the very people who were watching your channel, and they'd stop tuning in. Sci-Fi, if you keep this up, you are going to be paying the piper very soon.