The season 2 finale episode of Farscape is called "Die Me, Dichotomy".
This alone among all season finale titles seems inexplicable to me.
- Season 1 finale: "Family Ties" references John and Zhaan's conversation in which they agree that they are family - it's also a 1980s sitcom.
- Season 2 finale: "Die Me, Dichotomy" - not sure what this means and the word "Dichotomy" doesn't appear anywhere in the episode
- Season 3 finale: "Dog With Two Bones" - John utters this exact phrase in a conversation with Noranti - his desire to be with Aeryn and his desire to get back to Earth are the two "bones" in question
- Season 4 finale: "Bad Timing" - references Aeryn's line in the end of the episode "You and your timing" which she says due to the fact that John proposed to Aeryn shortly before being blown into a million pieces (also is apparently a meta-reference to the fact that the show was cancelled after setting up a massive cliffhanger)
While most Farscape episode titles are funny and a play on words in some way, the season 2 finale title seems totally random and I can't understand the relevance of it. However, Farscape is also known for pop culture references, so maybe this is something I missed.
Does anyone know what "Die Me, Dichotomy" could have reference to and/or how it relates to the events of the episode?