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The Weeping Somnambulist Review: Analyzing The Expanse – Anarchy In Space 019

In today’s episode Nicky P and Eric review The Weeping Somnambulist, episode nine of season two of the expanse. In the episode we get a glimpse of trigglypuff the triggered captain who only has one emotion: derision. We also get a solid look at how deep the indoctrination runs for Bobby Draper. How good a soldier is she really? Is anyone going to put on their big-boy pants and take on Chrisjen? Didn’t think so.

Wikipedia Synopsis For The Weeping Somnambulist

  • Approaching Jupiter, the crew of the Rocinante realize that their ship is too obvious, so they commandeer the Weeping Somnambulist, unable to convince that crew they mean no harm.
  • The Mars delegation arrives on Earth for peace negotiations, and Bobbie Draper gives testimony that makes it look like Mars started the battle of Ganymede by accident.
  • Alex takes the Rocinante to hide behind a Jovian moon, awaiting a call from the crew for pickup or rescue, and Prax is unimpressed with the crew’s planning abilities.
  • Upon arrival, Holden and Amos realize something is wrong on the Somnambulist and, while attempting to intervene, one of the Somnambulist’s crew is killed.
  • A research vessel in orbit around Venus, the Arboghast, discovers that the Eros impact zone is teeming with unexplained activity, information that Avasarala matches with Bobbie Draper’s additional testimony to realize that the solar system is still in danger.

 

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