Faced with troubling information about their pasts, the crew of the Raza decide to leave some of their hold of weapons with the miners they were sent to eliminate. However, they become drawn deeper into the conflict they intended to avoid.
- Kris: I liked it, for the most part. I thought it was a good followup to the events that had been set up in the first episode.
- Stephanie: It was a good follow up to the premiere. We got to know better the crewmembers who had been featured in the premiere. But I wish they had combined the first two episodes into one.
- Annie: I enjoyed it. I liked seeing how the crew reacted in their own ways to the files the Android recovered. The episode had a different feel with the crew being down on the planet as opposed to on the ship.
- Four is terrifying
- One seems pretty naive
- Six seems pretty noble
- Two is smarter than everybody else
- Importance of the “big picture” — Six saw a bigger picture than One and Four while Two could see an even bigger picture.
- We how different people react to seeing their presumable former identities: Two tells the Android not to call her Portia, One is very upset and seems to be in denial, Four says it doesn’t matter but doesn’t seem affected by it, Three seems pleased by the idea
- Due to her reprogramming, the Android is in the same position as the crew.
Stuff that Made Us Happy
- Two telling One that she is the leader because she stepped up
- The Android attempting smalltalk. We understand, Android.
- Two saving everyone with her brain.
- Three names his guns, but not his knife.
- The filming style during the big action sequence
- The decision that information they don't remember doesn't have to affect who they are/will be
- Why did Five end up in Four's quarters?
- What’s the significance of the ring in Four’s box? Is a personal effect? Something more?
- Is this course of action (turning against the corporation) going to come back and bite them in the ass?
- Why did Two think the memory wipe was accidental?
- Is the ship name derived from the phrase “Tabula Rasa”?
- Why is Three so desperate to get through the huge scary door?
- Who introduced the virus that wiped the crew’s memories? Was it someone on the ship?
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