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The Big Empty Review: Analyzing The Expanse – Anarchy In Space 002

In today’s episode Nicky P and Eric review The Big Empty, episode two of season one of the expanse. Slowly we begin to see the personalities the characters form as they are pushed to their limits in an unforgiving future. The episode also begins to blur the lines between what is acceptable behavior in our politicians versus the regular Joe. Rules for me but not for thee.

Wikipedia Synopsis For The Big Empty

  • On Ceres, Miller investigates the theft of water, now severely rationed due to the Canterbury’s failure to arrive.
  • In Julie Mao’s apartment, he finds clues placing her aboard the Scopuli.
  • On Earth, Avasarala sends the suspected OPA captive to Luna after her superior, Undersecretary Sadavir Errinwright, disapproves of “gravity torture”, but the captive commits suicide.
  • In the asteroid belt, the Canterbury’s shuttle is damaged by debris from the ice hauler’s destruction. Using the last of their air, the survivors build an improvised antenna to place a distress call, which is responded to by the Martian Congressional Republic Navy (MCRN) flagship Donnager.
  • After Nagata identifies the distress transponder aboard the Scopuli as using Martian military technology, Holden broadcasts a message to that effect to the Solar System, as insurance against being killed as inconvenient witnesses.

 

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