The crew is sent to retrieve a deserted ship floating in space, which they decide to scavenge for valuables. Three and One become separated from the rest of the group, and they cannot be reached when Two discovers that the ship isn't deserted after all.
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- Annie: This was an okay episode. There was nice tension of not knowing if Two was going to be infected or not. I loved seeing Android and Five and Five’s concern for Two. I'm not loving Three and One because their reactions to every situation are starting to become predictable and boring. And the potential triangle with One, Two, and Three? Blah.
- Stephanie: I found this episode to be very predictable and a dull watch for me. It relied very heavily on tropes, and I didn’t think it did anything particularly fresh with them. However, I am very interested in the reveal of Two’s super-fast healing.
- Kris: I didn’t care for this episode. I hate zombies, and there was too much of One and Three bickering for me. If I was ever in a crazy emergency situation, I’d want to be with Six.
- Two is literally healing herself super fast.
- The mysterious card that Five found has a molecular structure “similar to that of a subatomic matrix card, but on a much smaller scale,” which apparently means that it’s probably “part of a larger system designed to access pockets of extra-dimensional space.” Which – what?
- Four is so damn trigger happy, wanting to ‘take care’ of Two right away – so disturbing!
- “I don’t think any of us are going to be fine, even if we get through this.” Foreshadowing?
Stuff that Made Us Happy
- The Android & Five – Six being rational group leader after Two gets bitten
- Three declaring that he has standards
- Five: “I don’t want you to die.” Two: “Do me a favor. Don’t give up on the others.”
- Three passed out all over One
- The first officer on the zombie ship was female
- We see that Two heals very quickly. Do her healing abilities suggest that she was linked to the medical experiment?
- WHY would Two sleep with Three?
- Is Two going to get (romantically) drawn into the One vs. Three drama? (Does she have to?)
- Again, what was that card thing that Five found, Android? In dummy-ese please?
- Why did Three reject Two at the end of the episode? Was he just worried about catching the zombie disease? Or was it something else?
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