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Last time Nolan and Irisa were discovered to be forever bound to each other by the remaining ark-tech in their brains, negating the whole 'give each other some space' plan, Alak freed himself from Rahm Tak's camp then proceeded to hold Stahma at knifepoint because oh yeah, you killed his wife, and T'evgin's resistance to Kindzi's plan to use Doc Yewll's bionetwork is surely the work of that sweet, sweet Castithan chivo. Y'all ready? Let's do this.
|All out of effs to give about his parents.|
Irisa, you watch the Tarr's house in case they double back there plus you get to babysit. Everyone wins! As the search parties get underway, Datak and Stahma plan their next move disguised under hella ugly ponchos. Stahma wants to go back for Luke but Datak as the voice of reason (!) points out that the child belongs with his father and we're escaping, remember? He reassures her that he'll protect her always. Just rendezvous at the car. Aw, after all that, her really does love her. But does she return the sentiment? History tells us 'no.'
|And now, we 'ride'...|
|We feel your pain Alak.|
From her birds-eye view, Berlin sees furtive movements because Datak is very stealthy. Doc Yewll is extremely popular this season but at least Datak just needs a ride out of town and not the actual skin off her back. She'll help him but she'll stay where she is - the Side Braid of Justice has magic powers of persuasion after all.
Kindzi's not jealous, just disappointed in T'evgin. I guess she views his dalliance with Stahma as a kind of bestiality-type thing. So not only was T'evgin honest with her as a child about the fate of their planet, he's also sleeping with her and I think that my brain just short-circuited. She did seem to be eyeing Alak up a bit though. Hey! Maybe the four of them can take a ritual bath together. Datak quizzes Yewll on how she'll get out of town. Oh, you know, the old 'pandemic and I'm the only one who can stop it' bit. With Stahma located, they go for the pick up but lawkeepers in your mirror may be closer than they appear. Datak makes the decision to run in order to give Stahma a chance to escape. Which she doesn't do because reasons and now I actually like Datak better. Huh. Didn't see that one coming.
|We're really good at our jobs. Except when we're not.|
|Casti chivo vs Side Braid of Justice: there can be only one.|
Back at Tak's tent, his guards are debating checking on their leader. Good call not to as he's begging his now-dead wife for forgiveness. Pretty sure your sons will like that even less Tak. He's losing touch with what's important. Like sanity. But he pulls himself together to drag her body out of the tent, spinning the tale that she was a spy and an assassin. To the town! But first, coffee. Um, Squirrel!
Nolan and Datak hang out together in the Lawkeeper's office as Datak asks for more salt for his meal. Don't do it Nolan! We all remember the great salt escape from Season One. He makes the good point that he does for his son as Nolan does for his daughter, the only real difference is that Nolan has a badge and Datak was a crime lord but other than that, totes the same. Not to interrupt male bonding time but is anyone going to check on Amanda? No? All right then. Stahma made her way to the only place she could think of - the Omec compound. Okay T'evgin, now's the time to choose a side: help her and Kindzi knows it's more than just an entertaining dalliance; don't help her and incur the wrath of Stahma's legions of fans. What's it going to be?
|Can those fuel cells fill any slower?|