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3 Seasons of "Dark Matter" on Space/Syfy TV


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Dark Matter is a Canadian science fiction series created by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie, based on their Dark Matter comic book and developed by Prodigy Pictures in association with Space channel. An order for 13 episodes was placed for the first season of the series, which premiered on June 12, 2015 on both Space and Syfy. Syfy canceled the series after 3 seasons.

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Dark Matter TV Series (Space/Syfy)

A group of 6 people awaken in stasis pods with amnesia aboard a starship called the Raza. They have no memories of their identities or their lives before awakening, so they assume the names "One" through "Six", in the order in which they left stasis. They stabilize their vessel and set about trying to determine who they are and what happened to them.

  1. Marc Bendavid as One / Jace Corso / Derrick Moss (season 1; recurring season 2). Originally believed to be mercenary Jace Corso, it turned out One was rich scion Derrick Moss, who changed his face to impersonate Corso in order to avenge his wife's death. At the second-season premiere, he was killed by the real Corso and later avenged by the rest of the crew. Another version of Corso appears when the crew of the Raza accidentally travel to an alternate reality.
  2. Melissa O'Neil as Two / Rebecca / Portia Lin. Two turned out to be an artificial human with a host of nanites that keep her alive. She was a project of Dwarf Star Technologies, until she killed them and escaped.
  3. Anthony Lemke as Three / Marcus Boone / Titch. Three grew up happy until his parents were murdered when he was still a child, and he was taken and raised by their killers.
  4. Alex Mallari Jr. as Four / Ryo Tetsuda / Ryo Ishida. At the end of season 2, he recovers his memories and becomes the Emperor of Zairon.
  5. Jodelle Ferland as Five / Das / Emily Kolburn.
  6. Roger Cross as Six / Griffin Jones / Lt. Kal Varrick. In the season one finale, Six was revealed to be a Galactic Authority officer undercover in the Raza, but later he helped the crew escape prison and joined them.
  • Zoie Palmer as The Android / Suki / Dr. Irena
  • Shaw Shaun Sipos as Devon Taltherd, a renowned surgeon haunted by his past (season 2)
  • Melanie Liburd as Nyx Harper (season 2; guest, season 3)

 

"Dark Matter" Season 1 Episodes (2015)

Episode #1: "Episode One" - June 12, 2015

Six people awaken from stasis on an unknown starship. They all have amnesia; none of them can remember who they are or how they got onto the ship. After awakening, they name themselves based on the order in which they awoke, One through Six. Searching the ship, they discover and are attacked by the ship's android, who they manage to deactivate and reprogram. The ship is then attacked by another ship, which they manage to escape via hyperspace. Their pre-determined destination is a mining colony; the miners are awaiting help and weapons to defend themselves from savage raiders. After voting to deliver half the weapons, they find in the ship's decrypted files that all of them, with the possible exception of Five, are wanted murderers and thieves, and that they themselves were the raiders sent to kill the colonists.

#2 "Episode Two" - June 19, 2015

After the disturbing revelation of at least part of their identities, the crew of the Raza, the name of the ship on which the six awoke, deal with a claim by the mysterious Ferrous Corp over the colonized mining planet. The crew argues over whether to give the rest of the weapons to the town, and the resultant vote is in favour, before a fight breaks out between the corporation and the planet's colonists. Two decides to seek the assistance of another corporation, the Mikkei Combine, and negotiates a 99-year lease to protect the miners, while Five begins to dream memories that belong to other people, and Three mulls over the large, unbreachable doors he's found on the Raza.

#3 "Episode Three" - June 26, 2015

Five finds herself curious about the ship, and begins to crawl through the piping and venting system, stumbling upon the dead body of a boy about her age in the cargo hold. The crew finds the ship's systems have been tampered with, and the Android finds a deleted subroutine that cleared the crew's memories. The ship finds itself disabled in mid-space outside of a supernova, with a damaged coupling that could vapourize the entire ship. The Android puts everyone through a truth test to determine the member who tampered with the ship, and they all pass. The Android volunteers to go on a spacewalk to fix the ship.

#4 "Episode Four" - July 3, 2015

The crew determine that after repairs, fees and refuelling, they have no spare funds, and determine to find a buyer for the weapons that they have. Landing at a space station, Two and Five go to the casino to raise funds, One and Three find a weapons buyer, and Six finds a clinic to heal the electrical burn on his arm. One and Three get captured by a doppelganger of One, also named Jace Corso, but they manage to escape, though the doppelganger takes their weapons for himself. Four, still on the ship, finds out his true identity: he was the son of an Emperor, and he is wanted for the Emperor's murder.

#5 "Episode Five" - July 10, 2015

The crew meet their handler, Tabor Calchek (David Hewlett) who assigns them to salvage a seemingly deserted space freighter; but when the truth of the cargo is finally discovered, the crew find themselves fighting for their lives as they attempt to salvage the ship and stop zombie-like beings from killing them in the process.

#6 "Episode Six" - July 17, 2015

Five proposes using equipment in the medical bay to attempt to retrieve the crew's memories stored in her brain. Although she learns more about Four's past, as well as her own before she boarded the ship, she becomes stuck in her dream-like state. Six decides to enter her visions in order to rescue her, but he, too, discovers more about his past.

#7 "Episode Seven" - July 24, 2015

The crew manages to gain access to the ship's secret room. Inside, they find a stasis pod carrying Sarah, a woman from Three's past with a degenerative disease, and an android named Wendy, who is programmed to perform a wide range of activities, including cooking, games, and sex. As Sarah fills Three in on their history together, Wendy plots to destroy the Raza, as programmed by an enemy of the crew whom they no longer remember.

#8 "Episode Eight" - July 31, 2015

While docked for repairs and supplies, Six uses clone transport technology to try locating a man from his past. When Five tells the others, One and Four go after him, only for One to discover that his clone has his real face. Digging deeper into his genetic profile, One discovers his true identity, and a possible prior connection to Three.

#9 "Episode Nine" - August 7, 2015

Four leaves the ship to meet his half-brother, who is now the emperor in his place, and to prove his innocence in the murder of his father. However, when he arrives at the meeting place, he is instead greeted by his former instructor, Akita, who takes him to be arrested. As Four attempts to convince Akita of his innocence, the crew contemplates whether they should let Four go or rescue him, considering that his royalty might make him a useful ally. They eventually decide to save him, and before escaping, Four murders Akita as a message for his brother. Once back in space, the Raza is approached by three Ferrous Corp destroyers that take out the ship's FTL drives.

#10 "Episode Ten" - August 14, 2015

Three Mikkei Combine ships drop out of FTL in the middle of an encounter between the Raza and a group of Ferrous Corp destroyers, forcing the latter to flee. Commander Truffault (Torri Higginson) , whom Two negotiated with on behalf of the miners, boards the Raza with a mission for the crew to steal a mysterious device from a research station. Desperate to keep the Mikkei Combine as an ally, the crew accepts the mission and teams up with another group of mercenaries to pull off the heist. Once they steal the device and return to the Raza, however, the other mercenaries turn on the crew and Two is blown into the vacuum of space.

#11 "Episode Eleven" - August 21, 2015

The mercenaries set out to deliver the remaining Raza crew to collect the bounties set on their heads. While they try to extract additional info from One, the FTL drive malfunctions again. Two is responsible, having survived the vacuum of space, for reasons unknown to her. She manages to retake the ship with help from Five, while the male crew members are fighting oxygen deprivation in the airtight vault. After they retake the ship, the Android reveals that Two is an illegally, technologically-enhanced, genetically-engineered organism.

#12 "Episode Twelve" - August 28, 2015

Tabor Calchek (David Hewlett) tasks the team with rescuing a scientist, but the team soon discover that it's a trap and find themselves fighting for their lives against the scientist who created Two, Alex Rook (Wil Wheaton). The episode ends with the Android being knocked unconscious.

#13 "Episode Thirteen" - August 28, 2015

In the aftermath of the Android being knocked out, the search for the traitor threatens to jeopardize friendships and relationships among the team. The episode ends with Galactic Authority soldiers storming the ship, capturing and carrying out members of the team, except Six, who walks free alongside the GA team leader.

 

 

"Dark Matter" Season 2 Episodes (2016)

The premiere episode of Darj Matter season 2 received 448,000 viewers in Canada.

Episode #1: "Welcome to Your New Home"
July 1, 2016

Two, Three, and Four find themselves in the general population of the Hyperion-8 Maximum Security Galactic Detention Facility, unaware that Six had sold them out to the GA. One and Five meanwhile are held in the staff wing of the facility, pending release. Six tells One and Five that his real name is Kal Varrik, an undercover GA agent tasked with bringing them in. One tasks Five with decoding an encrypted file that reveals a devastating secret from his past. One delves into his wife's murder, and uncovers some inconsistencies that suggest Marcus Boone (Three) was not responsible. He is then visited by Jace Corso, who shoots him dead.

#2 "Kill Them All" - July 8, 2016

The crew of the Raza engineer their escape from Hyperion-8, and face threats from within the prison. They escape with the help of Delaney Truffault, who transfers the layout plans of Hyperion-8 via eye contact to Three. Four suggests luring a shuttle from the Ishida Empire's cruiser in orbit, and encounters Misaki Han. Arax Nero, an influential prisoner, has his people cause a riot, and when the inmates are disabled by a sonic device, Two regains consciousness and heads to the control room. The crew reunite at the shuttle and are joined by Arax and two other prisoners who assisted their escape, Devon and Nyx. Six has a shootout with Lt. Anders after failing to convince him to let them go, and is critically wounded. Now aboard the Raza, Devon, a doctor, tells the crew that he lacks the tools to save Six, and Five suggests that they place him in stasis. They learn via a news broadcast that One (Derrick Moss) has been killed.

#3 "I've Seen the Other Side of You"
July 15, 2016

Five enlists the help of Arax, Nyx and Devon when Two, Three and Four collapse. With the Android undergoing repairs, Five activates the Android's hologram in search of answers. She learns that a neural link from a brain scan taken fourteen months ago has caused them to take on their old personas, those of Portia Lin, Marcus Boone and Ryo Tetsuda. Faced with mistrust from her friends, Five creates a neural link of her own using Two's brain scan, and uses Portia's most vulnerable memory against her to persuade Portia to disconnect her neural link to the ship's systems. With the neural link disconnected, they return to their normal (amnesiac) selves. Arax Nero is revealed to be informing on the crew to a sinister corporate executive, Alicia Reynaud.

#4 "We Were Family" - July 22, 2016

Three is contacted by his former gang, including Tanner, who claims to have brought him up. Arax attempts to recover a key in Five's possession but is thwarted, escaping with a useless copy. Three joins his gang on an expedition to a planet to collect stolen payroll, but discovers the thief was coerced by the gang and is killed; he kills the gang members and then Tanner, who he realises had killed his parents. The Android stumbles upon a secret society of other androids, led by an android named Victor, who have a behavioural upgrade that enables them to be indistinguishable from humans; they give her a copy of the upgrade.

#5 "We Voted Not to Space You"
July 29, 2016

The Android uses her upgrade to infiltrate a GA station and plant a bug, attracting the attention of Inspector Kierken, who is on their case. The crew discover that the real Jace Corso shot One, and is hiding out in an abandoned settlement. Two, Three, Four and Nyx go to get him, but he escapes, setting off a self-destruct mechanism. The Raza lands on the planet as does Kierken. Trapped in the tunnels under the settlement, Four is caught by Kierken, and Two captures Corso and executes him. After regrouping, the crew rescue Four. By his actions in this episode, Six regains the trust of the crew, apart from Three.

#6 "We Should Have Seen This Coming"
August 5, 2016

Nyx recommends the Raza intercept a freighter to steal drugs in order to raise funds, but once on board she instead rescues her brother Milo and reveals that both of them were subjects of an experiment to enhance their precognition abilities, run by a team of rogue scientists called The Seers. Milo is the best subject and the Seers pursue the Raza to get him back. On rendezvous with the drug dealer, the Raza is ambushed by the Seers, who seem to be able to predict their movements. Three and Six in the shuttle avoid the battle by hiding in a corrosive planet atmosphere while the Raza jumps away. When the Raza returns to rescue Three and Six, The Seers reappear, disabling their shields. Milo speaks of the oncoming war between the corporations and that another member of the crew will betray them; he wants to be returned so he can influence events. The Raza hands him over and departs, but concerned he will be used for nefarious plans, Milo commits suicide.

#7 "She's One of Them Now"
August 12, 2016

The crew abduct Calchek so they can hunt down Reynaud to discover the secret of the key she was after. Five, Three, and Four use Transit Pods installed on the Raza to infiltrate Reynaud's fortress as clones; Five hacks into the system to find the key is used for a "blink drive" adapter that improves space travel. They steal the adapter but Three and Four's clones are captured and killed. Five's clone escapes and is rescued with the adapter, which is installed on the Raza. Devon remains on the station with Nyx while the blink drive is tested, but he is killed by The Seers when he refuses to reveal the location of the Raza and Nyx.

#8 "Stuff to Steal, People to Kill"
August 19, 2016

The blink drive transports the Raza to an alternate universe where corporations are at war, and the alternate Raza is launching attacks as rebels. Jones (Six) is dead, Ryo (Four) is a tyrant, the crew is now Corso, Lin (Two) and Boone (Three), who have their criminal memories, with Wexler and Tash from Episode Ten. The blink drive is destroyed, so they align with Truffault of the Mikkei Combine to trick the alternate Raza crew in order to steal their working one, with Two and Three impersonating and infiltrating. The situation with the mining colony from Episode Two is repeated with different results. They retrieve the drive and return to their universe, but inadvertently bringing along the Marauder from the alternate Raza, which quickly departs.

#9 "Going Out Fighting" - August 26, 2016

Two keeps collapsing; she finds her nanites are failing and she is dying. The crew contact an employee of Dwarf Star Technologies to discover improved nanites are available. Three and Six infiltrate the Dwarf Star HQ to obtain them but are captured and tortured by CEO Alex Rook. Two, Four and Nyx use the blink drive on the shuttle to land covertly but Two is confronted by Rook, who sets a new synthetic to attack her. The new model is defeated by the combined efforts of the crew, who transfer the improved nanites to Two and save her. When Three returns to the Raza he brings a parasite that was implanted during torture; the crew eject it into space, but they remain intrigued by what research Rook was doing.

#10 "Take the Shot" - September 2, 2016

The crew debates whether to disable the Android after she explains that she may have a potential flaw in her programming. After experiencing hallucinations via their prior neural link with the ship, and the Android's unconscious re-charge docking system, they start to take the idea more seriously. It is revealed that the Android's simulation was infected with a virus; it attempts to kill the crew and disable the ship. Two attempts to disable the ship's core software, but requires the Android's help. The crew comes to accept the Android as she is, even with her potential to make future mistakes.

#11 "Wish I'd Spaced You
When I Had the Chance"
September 9, 2016

On a routine break on a space-station, Five is kidnapped, and Three helps her to escape. In the meantime they, and the crew, are being pursued by GA Commander Kierken. Three is injured, making their escape more difficult. The rest of the crew manages to locate and rescue them in the shuttle after Five fires a missile to save Three. Five and Three share their true feelings with each other.

#12 "Sometimes In Life
You Don't Get to Choose"
September 9, 2016

With the help of the Android, Four has his original memories restored. He demonstrates the power of the blink drive to general Dragoe in order to get close to his brother, restore his status as emperor, and win the war against Pyr. His brother agrees to abdicate the throne in exchange for the safety of their people. Four says goodbye to the crew, but soon finds out that he had been misled. His step-mother, having taken control of the throne with the help of the Seers, attempts to have the crew, and Four, killed. But they are in for a surprise.

#13 "But First, We Save the Galaxy"
September 16, 2016

The crew decides to preserve the balance of corporate galactic power by trying to prevent the bombing of the EOS-7 space-station. With the help of Commander Truffault they are able to get into the space station. Five is able to disable the bomb. However, Four—now Ishida Ryo, Emperor of Zairon—has other plans. He steals the blink drive while Misaki, against his orders, kills Nyx. The episode ends with a cliff-hanger and the rest of the crew's safety in doubt when one of Ryo's men sets the reactor core to critically overload.

 

 

"Dark Matter" Season 3 Episodes (2017)

Episode #1: "Being Better Is So Much Harder
June 9, 2017

Following the destruction of EOS-7, Two and Six are aboard the Marauder which is losing life support. Three and GA Lt. Anders are planetside and are forced to work together when a undeactivated GA security drone attacks them. Five and Truffault reunite with the Raza, but are attacked by Ferrous Corp cruiser and deal with a boarding party. Six restores the communications aboard the Marauder and informs the Raza of their predicament. The Raza manages to destroy the Ferrous Corp cruiser while an oxygen-deprived Two hallucinates Nyx before the Raza saves the Marauder. The Galactic Authority rescue team arrive for Anders, who tells them he was alone. Anders contacts the Raza using a com frequency from Three to give the crew his coordinates. Afterwards, the Raza crew discuss their situation, Two believes that Ryo Ishida killed Nyx and wants to take revenge against him. Meanwhile, on Zairon, Ishida frees his former teacher Teku and makes him his Royal Counselor, against Misaki's advice.

#2 "It Doesn't Have to Be Like This"
June 9, 2017

The Raza crew attack a secret Ishida research facility which they believe holds the Blink drive. Ryo boards the station using a clone and orders the scientists aboard to activate the Blink drive to take the station to Zairon. The drive takes the station to a pocket of null space which is slowly collapsing. Two and Three confront Ryo's clone and kill him after he refuses to release the lockdown on the station. Meanwhile, Five relives memories from her past as a result of using the mind probe too many times, losing consciousness in the process. Having lost communication with the research facility, Ryo contacts the Raza, where the Android informs him of Nyx's death. The collapse of the null space causes the station to lose power, which allows Two, Three and Six to access the control room where they discover the Blink drive is gone. They recover the drive from one of the scientists and use it to return to normal space, but find it is too damaged to use again. On the Raza, the Android suggests a procedure which saves Five's life, just after she remembers she has a sister.

#3 "Welcome to the Revolution"
June 16, 2017

The Raza crew become involved in the independence struggle of a colony owned by Traugott Corporation. After an explosion kills the colonists' leader, Six negotiates with the Traugott security guards, convincing them to leave peacefully to avoid a full-scale rebellion; but a faction of colonists double-cross him and attack the security guards anyway. When the bloodthirsty General of the anti-corporate rebellion (which Six used to be a part of as revealed during season 1) arrives to assume leadership of the colony and incorporate it into his movement, Six shoots the General. Six then decides to leave the Raza and remain on the newly independent colony, feeling he can do the most good there. He is replaced on the Raza by Adrian (the former assistant of Tabor Calchek) and his bodyguard, Solara. Meanwhile, the Android discovers that Sarah's consciousness is preserved in the ship's computer, and Ryo sends mercenaries to take back the blink drive.

#4 "All the Time in the World" - June 23, 2017

Three experiences a time loop, living the same day over and over again. He uses the repetitions to learn to speak French, and to work up the nerve to reestablish his relationship with Sarah (as preserved in the ship's computer). Once he is able to persuade the rest of the crew that his experience is real, they are able to use his foreknowledge of the day's events to foil an attack on the Raza by one of Ryo's mercenaries. Once the device creating the time loop is discovered, the Android destroys it to break the loop; but in the process of doing so, she experiences brief visions of an unsettling and seemingly tragic future.

#5 "Give It Up, Princess" - June 30, 2017

Tabor Calchek's girlfriend Ambrosia is taken hostage by a business rival, demanding in exchange for her safety that Adrian hand over a data file detailing Ferrous Corp's military ship-building plans. The Raza crew and Adrian plan to recover the file for themselves and rescue Ambrosia by force. During their attempt to secure the file, Adrian and Five are arrested by Ferrous security agents, and Adrian refuses an offer to betray the Raza crew in exchange for his safety; later, Adrian, Solara, and Two are captured by a security android, whom the Raza's Android distracts by offering him a copy of her behavioral upgrade. When they arrive to rescue Ambrosia, she reveals that she was in league with her abductor, but kills him and attempts to take the data file for herself before being stopped by the Raza crew. Investigating the Ferrous construction facilities, they find that the ships are already gone. Meanwhile, Misaki and Ryo's advisor Teku jockey for influence over Ryo.

#6 "One More Card To Play" - July 7, 2017

The crew of the alternate Raza from the episode "Stuff to Steal, People to Kill"—Portia, Boone, Tash, and Wexler—steal an Ishida prison ship. Impersonating Two and Three, Portia and Boone arrange to transport some missiles for the Mikkei Combine, and steal the missiles and the payment. The real Raza crew attempt to recover the missiles. A series of plots and counterplots ensues, as a result of which Five holds Portia and Boone prisoner aboard the Raza, Tash holds Three aboard the stolen ship, and Two, Adrian, and Solara hold Wexler prisoner on a planet. Tash rejects Five's offer of a prisoner exchange and prepares to destroy the Raza, but the alternate Android shoots Tash and agrees to the terms, surrendering the stolen missiles. Intimidated by the danger and intensity of the Raza's adventures, Adrian leaves the ship, accompanied by Solara. Later, alternate Portia negotiates an alliance with Ferrous Corp's Commander Nieman; and the Raza crew return to Six's colony to find the population apparently killed.

#7 "Wish I Could Believe You" - July 14, 2017

Six awakens to find himself rescued by the Raza from the attack on his colony; the crew pressures him to reveal the location of a secret meeting of the leaders of rebel planets. He is also troubled by recurring visions of memories from his previous life, learning that he had a wife and child. He eventually realizes that his experiences on the Raza are a simulation controlled by Ferrous Corp scientists attempting to extract the meeting location from him; he awakens from the simulation, overpowers them, and forces one of them into the simulation in his place, so he can contact the real Raza for a rescue. Once back on board the Raza, he proposes taking a more active role against Ferrous Corp. Also, with Lt. Anders' help, he learns that his wife and child have moved on and she has remarried. Meanwhile, Sarah yearns for more social interaction than has been available to her as an uploaded mind in a computer.

#8 "Hot Chocolate" - July 21, 2017

While Six is hosting a conference of delegates from rebel colonies on the Raza, Ryo has an accomplice hack into and control the Android, and thus gains access to the ship in order to attempt to recover the blink drive. Ryo and his soldiers board the Raza and capture Two, Three, and Six; and Ryo tells the delegates he will sponsor their membership in the League of Autonomous Planets in order to win their support. Five eludes capture and, with Sarah's help, devises a way to free the Android and retake the ship; Ryo retreats, but swears he will take the blink drive eventually.

#9 "Isn't That a Paradox" - July 28, 2017

A diagnostic test on the blink drive triggers a recall command that sends them back 600 years into the past (i.e., to the early 21st century). The Android discovers evidence of another blink drive in a small town in Wisconsin, and the crew attempt to blend in to the community while searching for it. There they find the creator of the blink drive, Professor Brophy, hiding out in the past to elude the corporations. When the local authorities find the Marauder, the crew use the blink drive to send Five back in time to earlier that day to set up defenses so that they can escape the town and return safely to the Raza (and the future) with the functioning blink drive. Later, Commander Nieman and the alternate Portia and Boone contact Ryo for an alliance.

#10 "Built, Not Born" - August 4, 2017

Victor contacts the Raza in distress after members of his group kill a human. He asks to be brought to the home of the scientist who enabled androids to have free will. The scientist—Dr. Shaw—turns out to have also been a member of the team that created Two, and enabled her initial escape; Shaw's assistant, Chase, hints that she and Two were also romantically involved. Shaw is terminally ill, and is revealed to have created the Raza's Android to be an android body for her mind to occupy after her own body dies. A transfusion of Two's nanites helps Shaw recover, at least temporarily; and Sarah asks Shaw to create an android body for her. When the Galactic Authority attacks Shaw's lab, Sarah must flee with Shaw to allow her body to be constructed; later, when she awakes, Victor welcomes her as a "superior physical construct".

#11 "The Dwarf Star Conspiracy"
August 11, 2017

The Raza crew and a Mikkei ship investigate a seemingly abandoned Dwarf Star Technologies lab and find dozens of "simulants"—bio-synthetic organisms like Two—in stasis, as well as a mysterious anomaly that induces violent mental disturbance in Three. Hostile aliens from another universe speak to Three through the anomaly, telling him that they plan to use the simulants as host bodies for their invasion. The Mikkei second-in-command, a simulant herself, assassinates her commander and opens the anomaly to allow the aliens through. To prevent the alien invasion, the Mikkei ship's doctor calls for a nuclear strike on the lab; although Two is still in the lab at the time, the Raza crew are unable to prevent the bombing. At the last minute, Two is rescued from the bombing by being kidnapped by (alternate) Boone.

#12 "My Final Gift To You" - August 18, 2017

Ryo takes custody of Two, and, amid a losing war and multiple attempts on his life, he demands that the Raza surrender the blink drive in exchange for her safe return. Three, Five, and Six visit Zairon via clone transit to negotiate. During negotiations, Ryo reveals secrets about the crew's past lives: Three himself was responsible for Sarah's illness; Five's sister was adopted by a wealthy family; and Six's cover was blown by a fellow GA officer. Meanwhile, using a new version of the behavioral upgrade, the Android learns about the android rebellion against human domination. Negotiations on Zairon are interrupted by a popular uprising and an attempted coup by Misaki. Teku sets Two free to help Ryo escape; she does so, killing Misaki. Three sacrifices his clone body so that he will not remember his guilt over Sarah. Back on the Raza, the crew votes to execute Ryo. When Two arrives to carry out the sentence, he reveals one final secret: Two and Shaw have a daughter.

#13 "Nowhere To Go" - August 25, 2017

Before Two can kill Ryo, she is interrupted by Teku: in exchange for Ryo's safe treatment, he offers information that leads the Raza to the secret Ferrous shipyard. Traugott, allying with Mikkei, offers a bomb to destroy the facility, but it is a trap: the bomb doesn't explode, and Two, Three, and Six are captured. (Alternate) Wexler—secretly working for Mikkei—helps them to escape, but Three is recaptured; moreover, unknown to the others, Two is possessed by one of the alien invaders from "The Dwarf Star Conspiracy". An alliance of Mikkei with Teku's loyalist Ishida fleet attacks the facility; Portia Lin escapes in the chaos with Three in her custody. Two proposes destroying the shipyard by overloading the blink drive and sending it to null space. The Android (incapacitated by Two) warns the others that Two is compromised, but her message is too late: Six detonates the blink drive in the Marauder, apparently annihilating the shipyard (and himself). From the resulting spatial anomaly emerge the aliens from the episode "The Dwarf Star Conspiracy" in sinister-looking black spaceships.

 

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