Someone has cut off the head of Crichton, and everyone is looking for him, but when is installed again it will seem impossible to bring him back to the statue again, and will not survive. China buys a picture in a shop. The image will look different and will show what happens to China.
As we reach the end of two seasons, that's fairly indicative of what Farscape is-it's a show where even the apparently incorrigible comic relief can recognize the gravity of the situation unfolding around them.
Here [Crichton's] relationship with Aeryn Sun is also most interesting, as it's got more of that Moonlighting chemistry and fast-patter back and forth dialogue that takes on a whole new meaning in space.