"Don't Encourage Him" is the sixth webisode in the series of 34 Kino webisodes.
Eli Wallace flies the Kino remotely to the mess hall, and notices Lt. Tamara Johansen, Lt. Matthew Scott and MSgt. Ronald Greer, laughing. After Scott greets Eli, TJ asks him not to encourage Eli, since Colonel Everett Young caught him "spying" on his girlfriend, though Eli vehemently denies it. Scott believes she was referring to Chloe Armstrong, until Greer corrects him; she was referring to Lt. Vanessa James. Scott tells Eli that what he did was "seriously not cool." Eli still denies it, stating that it was Sgt. Hunter Riley who piloted the Kino at the time.
Just then, Greer gets up and grabs hold of the Kino, preventing it from escaping. Greer warns Eli that if he catches him spying on any of the other female personnel on the ship, he will be using the Kino to spy on Eli, from the inside. He later rocks the Kino up and down to make it seem like it is nodding so that Eli understands. He lets go of the Kino, allowing Eli to fly it away. However, in a rush, the Kino collides with a nearby wall, before he regains control and leaves.
- This webisode takes place sometime after "Darkness", and probably "Light".
- It is revealed that MSgt. Ronald Greer and Lt. Tamara Johansen are not only aware of Lt. Matthew Scott's relationship with Lt. Vanessa James, but also his relationship with Chloe Armstrong.
- This is a prequel to the webisode "Covered Kino".