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Back to the Butcher is the fifth episode in the first season of The Expanse. It premiered on January 5, 2016 on Syfy.

SynopsisEdit

Holden and crew make a deal with an unlikely ally on Tycho Station. Along with his conspiracy theories about Julie Mao, Miller’s obsession with the missing girl intensifies.

Recap Edit

In a series of flashbacks to 11 years earlier, we learn about the tragedy of Anderson Station, in which a group of working-class miners had ceased their work in protest of the low-oxygen working conditions that had caused their children to develop hypoxic brain injury.

After a series of threats from the U.N. Marines, the miners attempted to surrender, though they ended up being executed — every last man, woman and child — by Colonel Fred Johnson, who earned the nickname 'The Butcher of Anderson Station' for his actions.

In the present day, Fred Johnson is the head of operations at Tycho Station, where he's offered a safe port for the survivors on board the runaway Mars vessel, the Tachi. Naomi doesn't trust Johnson, though after admitting they have nowhere else to go, she agrees to set a course for Tycho … a process that involves changing the Tachi's transponder code and giving the ship a new name. Holden christens their vessel the Rocinante and he, Naomi, Amos and Alex head to their new destination, hoping that their current track record doesn't result in Tycho Station being blown to smithereens, too.

On Ceres, Detective Miller has a heated exchange with his wounded partner, Havelock, before continuing his search for Julie Mao as the rest of Star Helix Security hunts down Havelock's attacker, a Loca Greiga thug named Filat Kothari. Miller studies the documents found inside the dead data broker, which contain a flight path for a ship called the Anubis. Fueled by coffee instead of his usual booze, Miller theorizes a link between the Anubis and Julie's ship, the Scopuli ... and, perhaps, with the destruction of both the Canterbury and the Donnager.

As Miller tracks down the rude dock worker who got roughed up by Julie, he's visited by Anderson Dawes, who admits that Julie was indeed OPA. In return for being kept in the loop on Miller's investigation, Dawes offers him access to Filat Kothari, who's being held at an OPA safehouse.

For now, Miller opts not to engage in vigilante justice and tracks down the dock worker, Neville Bosch. Once upon a time, Julie chartered Neville's ship as she commenced with her Belt-hopping, sticking it to her rich daddy and becoming more involved with the OPA … perhaps dangerously so. When Miller inquires about how one would go about scoring a data broker, Bosch tells him to go to TechNoir and say he's "looking for a Sherpa."

Miller does so and is taken to back room, where the so-called 'Sherpa' is nowhere to be found. Miller already knows the data broker is in the morgue. However, the sight of a half-repaired mechanical hamster sparks a memory, and upon returning to Julie Mao's apartment he finds a data cube that he hides in his hat.

The episode ends outside of Julie's apartment, where a bag is put over Miller's head by two unknown attackers …[1]

CastEdit

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TranscriptEdit

$. [01:14.49]: MAN: (OVER PA) Dr. Omari
to Intake, please.
$. [01:16.57]: Dr. Omari to Intake.
$. [01:27.00]: You're an idiot.
$. [01:29.00]: Nice to see
you too, Miller.
$. [01:36.18]: Havelock,
you don't listen.
$. [01:40.47]: I told you.
$. [01:42.68]: I said,
keep your head down,
$. [01:43.85]: keep your eyes open.
$. [01:46.19]: (SIGHS)
$. [01:47.77]: Especially
in the Medina.
$. [01:50.73]: I told you I was
going there to...
$. [01:54.65]: (SCOFFS)
$. [01:57.78]: Please tell me
this is just
$. [01:58.91]: a get-well present
for yourself?
$. [02:02.08]: Please, put it
on my tab, huh?
$. [02:04.87]: You don't know what
you're talking about, Miller.
$. [02:07.08]: She's been
teaching me.
$. [02:09.17]: I'm getting
pretty good, too.
$. [02:10.54]: (WHISPERS IN PATOIS)
$. [02:12.55]: Ka na te nada,
Dmitri...
$. [02:14.92]: You think all this
is gonna help you?
$. [02:17.51]: Man, the next
spike's gonna go
$. [02:18.72]: right through your skull.
$. [02:19.97]: Yeah, coming from a real
fountain of police wisdom.
$. [02:22.51]: You know,
look the other way,
$. [02:23.89]: take your bribe,
do as little as possible.
$. [02:26.14]: Hey, you see any extra
holes in me, pal?
$. [02:28.73]: 'Im was brave for
come check on me.
$. [02:31.15]: Other police no come
down to the Rosse Buurt.
$. [02:33.65]: Come on.
$. [02:36.53]: You think
she cares about you?
$. [02:38.28]: What's the name
of the scumbag
$. [02:40.20]: that paid you to lure
him down to the Medina,
$. [02:42.66]: so they could
jam up a cop?
$. [02:44.41]: Pashang fong,
zakomang.
$. [02:46.00]: Oh, and me
without my wallet.
$. [02:47.71]: Too bad.
$. [02:49.12]: (GRUNTS)
$. [02:51.63]: You put your hands
on her again
$. [02:54.71]: and you see how fast I get
out of this bed, Miller.
$. [03:05.77]: (INAUDIBLE)
$. [03:25.24]: (SOFTLY) oh;
$. [03:45.26]: AMOS
Look who's up.
$. [03:50.31]: Did you get enough
sleep, Princess?
$. [03:52.60]: Come here and help me.
$. [03:59.15]: (AMOS GRUNTING)
$. [04:03.53]: Do you know
what you're doing?
$. [04:05.41]: I fix ships,
not people.
$. [04:07.49]: (GROANS) God damn it!
Just hold him still.
$. [04:10.16]: (PANTING)
$. [04:16.84]: (BONE CRUNCHING)
(SCREAMING)
$. [04:21.80]: (GROANING)
$. [04:23.55]: Where's Alex?
$. [04:24.68]: ALEX". I'm comm', I'm comm'.
$. [04:26.47]: Oh, Jesus! HOLDEN:
Oh, patch him up.
$. [04:29.39]: I'm not Shed, I don't
know what I'm doing.
$. [04:31.31]: Neither did he. Just
give him the shot.
$. [04:33.56]: Which one do I use first?
The antisep' or the...
$. [04:36.19]: (SIGHING)
$. [04:37.36]: That solves that.
$. [04:40.19]: (SPRAYING)
$. [04:53.00]: (LIQUID FLOWING)
$. [04:56.59]: Good as new.
$. [04:58.13]: Whatever you say,
boss.
$. [04:59.21]: HOLDEN:
What's our status?
$. [05:00.71]: Oh, hoss. She is one
beautiful lady.
$. [05:03.76]: She purrs like a kitty at 12 Gs.
$. [05:05.55]: No,no,no,no.
$. [05:07.26]: Is anybody following us? No, sir.
Scope's clear.
$. [05:10.85]: I shut down the drive
and the transponder
$. [05:12.35]: as soon as we'd cleared
the debris field.
$. [05:14.39]: And right now, we're just a
tumbleweedin' piece of scrap metal.
$. [05:17.11]: So, as far as we know, nobody
made it off the Donnager...
$. [05:20.07]: That's correct.
(INDICATOR BEEPING)
$. [05:21.86]: And no one knows that we're alive?
ALEX: That's right.
$. [05:26.62]: Then who
just sent us a message?
$. [05:28.74]: (INDICATOR BEEPING)
$. [05:58.52]: (PULSATING)
$. [06:05.65]: (INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS)
$. [06:15.79]: Belu is
your favorite color.
$. [06:18.21]: Try that one
first.
$. [06:19.96]: (TERMINAL BEEPING) WOMAN:
(ON TERMINAL) Uh-oh.
$. [06:21.21]: Oh.
$. [06:23.17]: That's okay,
Hinekiri.
$. [06:25.05]: Try again.
You can do it.
$. [06:26.68]: WOMAN: (ON TERMINAL) Try again.
(TERMINAL BEEPING)
$. [06:29.93]: WOMAN: (ON TERMINAL)
That's a match.
$. [06:31.51]: You ta ge im.
$. [06:34.14]: Vedi.
Vedi ere wango.
$. [06:37.81]: (TERMINAL BEEPING)
$. [06:44.32]: Kom wango.
$. [06:46.15]: You keep
practicing.
$. [06:52.45]: (TERMINAL BEEPING) WOMAN:
(ON TERMINAL) Try again.
$. [07:11.22]: This is
Anderson Station.
$. [07:13.89]: Go ahead.
$. [07:15.18]: MAN: (OVER PA) Anderson
Station, this is UN1.
$. [07:17.68]: Are you ready
to surrender?
$. [07:27.78]: FRED: Survivors
of the Donnager,
$. [07:29.65]: my name is
Fred Johnson,
$. [07:31.53]: Director of Operations
at Tycho Station.
$. [07:34.70]: I don't know
who you are,
$. [07:35.91]: or what your intent
may be,
$. [07:37.70]: but unless you're trying
to start a war,
$. [07:39.66]: you need
to contact me.
$. [07:41.25]: I can help you.
$. [07:43.38]: He shouldn't have
been able to track us.
$. [07:45.30]: But he did.
$. [07:48.26]: Hey, isn't he some kinda
big-shot for the OPA?
$. [07:51.05]: Yeah, what
does it matter?
$. [07:53.51]: (SIGHS) He offered us help.
$. [07:55.89]: We have to go
somewhere.
$. [07:57.64]: Well, I say we fly to the nearest
Mars base and turn ourselves in.
$. [08:00.77]: AMOS: That's
an excellent idea.
$. [08:02.19]: We'll just roll up in a
stolen Mickey Corvette,
$. [08:05.23]: with a dead Martian
in the trunk.
$. [08:07.65]: I'm sure they'll roll
out the red carpet.
$. [08:08.86]: ALEX:
Hey, smart-ass.
$. [08:09.90]: A lot of good Martians
died saving our lives,
$. [08:12.24]: so we get
the truth out.
$. [08:13.57]: HOLDEN: The comms on the
Donnager were jammed
$. [08:15.45]: during the attack.
$. [08:16.99]: The only Martians who'd
believe us are dead.
$. [08:19.08]: So, let's just
burn hard to Ceres
$. [08:21.54]: and we'll take
our chances.
$. [08:23.08]: HOLDEN: No port is going to let
us dock with our transponder off.
$. [08:25.54]: And the minute
we turn it on,
$. [08:26.96]: every Martian ship in the
system will know it.
$. [08:30.38]: Think about it,
$. [08:31.76]: we're the only survivors from the
Canterbury and the Donnager.
$. [08:36.76]: We look like
terrorists.
$. [08:38.93]: No one's gonna believe our story.
I wouldn't believe us.
$. [08:41.81]: Fred Johnson just
offered us a lifeline.
$. [08:44.81]: I say we take it.
$. [08:47.23]: We're not going
to Tycho.
$. [08:51.99]: You got
any other ideas?
$. [08:54.11]: You can't trust
Fred Johnson.
$. [08:57.03]: We all know
what he's capable of.
$. [08:58.74]: That was, like, 1 O years ago.
People change.
$. [09:01.45]: The Martians said
you were OPA.
$. [09:04.42]: Stop talking about stuff
that you know nothing about,
$. [09:06.96]: because“.
$. [09:10.42]: I vote "no."
$. [09:17.10]: Holden's got a point.
$. [09:18.51]: We gotta go
somewhere.
$. [09:24.52]: NAOMI: Amos?
$. [09:28.23]: I'm with you,
boss.
$. [09:29.98]: NAOMI: Then it's
two against two.
$. [09:32.32]: We're not going
anywhere.
$. [09:45.33]: (TERMINAL PLAYING)
$. [09:48.00]: Heard it was Golden Bough
that took out the Donnager.
$. [09:49.67]: OPA's got
gunships now, too.
$. [09:51.38]: COMMUTER: Things just
getting started.
$. [09:53.38]: Dirtsiders won't pay us no
mind, unless we make them.
$. [09:57.84]: (COMMUTERS EXCLAIMING)
$. [10:03.35]: Star Helix, guys.
Just calm down, okay?
$. [10:06.77]: The power will be
back on in a minute.
$. [10:09.15]: Course it is.
$. [10:11.15]: BELTER: No Earther's pet
gonna tell me to calm down.
$. [10:13.69]: (OMINOUS VOICES TALKING)
$. [10:20.20]: BELTER: It's over, cop...
$. [10:25.54]: Hey, what're you doing?
Are you crazy?
$. [10:27.87]: BELTER: He don't deserve to
breathe the Belter folks' air.
$. [10:31.00]: (BELTER LAUGHING)
$. [10:32.46]: BELTER: Watch your eyes, cop.
$. [10:36.72]: (ALL GASPING)
$. [10:38.30]: MAN:
I wanna kill that guy.
$. [10:41.81]: POCK MARK: (OVER TERMINAL)
Remember the Cant'?
$. [10:44.52]: His name's
Filat Kothari,
$. [10:46.56]: Loca Greiga muscle.
$. [10:48.06]: POCK MARK: (OVER TERMINAL)
Sayonara, Ceres,
$. [10:50.36]: that's my going-away
present to you!
$. [10:52.69]: Onto bigger
and better things.
$. [10:55.61]: It was posted a couple minutes ago.
It's everywhere.
$. [10:59.61]: MUSS: Does Miller know yet?
$. [11:01.07]: He didn't show
today.
$. [11:10.25]: Anubis...
$. [11:13.46]: Show me this, uh,
ship's flight path.
$. [11:16.71]: (COMPUTER BEEPING)
$. [11:20.68]: Show me...
$. [11:23.14]: Julie's projected flight
path for the Scopuli.
$. [11:27.39]: Go 3D.
$. [11:28.64]: (COMPUTER BEEPING)
$. [11:43.28]: In the wake of
the riots,
$. [11:44.41]: the Governor's orders were to
prooeed with extreme caution
$. [11:46.29]: when dealing with any
known OPA members...
$. [11:49.12]: Luckily, this asshole's not OPA.
$. [11:52.29]: So, if he resists,
take him out.
$. [11:54.54]: If he runs,
shoot him.
$. [11:56.17]: And if he accidentally
falls out an airlock,
$. [11:59.05]: that's life.
$. [12:01.68]: Havelock is one of us.
This is still our station.
$. [12:05.22]: Let's make sure that people
don't think otherwise.
$. [12:08.22]: (ALL MURMURING)
$. [12:12.73]: Semi.
Long time, partner.
$. [12:14.98]: Listen,
I need a favor.
$. [12:16.36]: I need you to run down
$. [12:17.53]: a transponder code
for me, okay?
$. [12:18.94]: It's for a ship called the
"Anubus, " or, "Anubis-"
$. [12:21.45]: I'm going to spell it.
A-N-U-B-I-S.
$. [12:26.49]: Thanks, buddy,
I owe you one.
$. [12:30.00]: Or, are we even?
$. [12:32.00]: (TAPPING ON WINDOW)
$. [12:42.01]: What're you
doing here?
$. [12:44.09]: Oh... Could ask you
the same thing.
$. [12:45.93]: Figured you'd be
out hunting down
$. [12:47.39]: the guy who jacked
up your partner.
$. [12:49.52]: Yeah, yeah, I'm just finishing
up a few things, urn...
$. [12:54.15]: What's that smell?
$. [12:56.23]: It's called, uh, coffee.
$. [12:57.86]: That's what I mean.
$. [13:02.53]: Since when
do you drink coffee?
$. [13:10.41]: Have you seen the footage
of Havelock and Kothari?
$. [13:12.46]: (SIGHS)
$. [13:14.37]: Planning on doing
anything about it?
$. [13:15.75]: MILLER: Yeah.
$. [13:16.83]: I was planning on hunting the
guy down and killing him.
$. [13:19.38]: Real slow.
$. [13:21.88]: Where's the guy
going to go?
$. [13:29.64]: (COMPUTER BEEPING)
$. [13:32.89]: Oh.
$. [13:34.48]: Right after you find
your little rich girl,
$. [13:36.27]: shake down her daddy
for a big payday.
$. [13:38.65]: Yeah, that's it.
You got me.
$. [13:41.61]: All right. Well, Miller.
I'll, I'll leave you to it.
$. [13:48.83]: You know, everything
going on out there,
$. [13:50.95]: all this shitstorm
that we're in,
$. [13:52.70]: it's all got to do
with her.
$. [13:55.21]: Julie Mao.
$. [13:58.75]: Okay.
I'm listening.
$. [14:01.09]: You know
that memory crypt
$. [14:02.26]: that we took out
of that stiff?
$. [14:03.76]: Yeah? All right. Go 3D.
$. [14:05.80]: It had an unregistered
flight path
$. [14:07.93]: for a ship called
the Anubis, Anubis.
$. [14:11.10]: The Anubis left
Phoebe Research Station,
$. [14:14.14]: and it was headed
for Eros, okay?
$. [14:17.44]: Now, I'm thinking,
$. [14:19.98]: "Hmm, maybe something's being
transported on this ship."
$. [14:24.36]: I'm thinking, "Julie's ship was
sent out to intercept it."
$. [14:29.45]: And then, suddenly,
$. [14:32.04]: ships start blowing up, the
Canterbury, the Donnager,
$. [14:35.04]: it's got to be
connected.
$. [14:37.71]: Does Shaddid know
about any of this?
$. [14:40.25]: MILLER: I told her about Julie,
I told her about the Scopuli.
$. [14:42.80]: I don't know,
she didn't bite.
$. [14:45.05]: I need more...
$. [14:47.13]: I need more pieces
to the puzzle.
$. [14:49.97]: What do you think
is on this "Anubis"?
$. [14:54.31]: Something.
$. [14:56.31]: Something worth spilling
a lot of blood oven
$. [14:58.90]: Miller,
$. [15:02.73]: maybe this is
above your pay-grade.
$. [15:04.98]: (EXHALES)
$. [15:10.32]: You don't think
I can do it, huh?
$. [15:12.62]: You don't think
I can crack the case?
$. [15:16.66]: No, I mean, you need
to take this upstairs.
$. [15:19.87]: Yeah, well, maybe.
$. [15:24.13]: Until then,
I'll just, uh...
$. [15:26.17]: I guess I'll do
my pathetic best.
$. [15:46.11]: MARAMA: (OVER PA) Yeah, we
hear you loud and clear, UN 1,
$. [15:47.86]: but we don't think
that you're hearing us.
$. [15:50.36]: The terms we've outlined
are clear and simple,
$. [15:52.62]: and until they're met, we're not
giving up control of this station.
$. [15:57.70]: We want to negotiate
peacefully...
$. [15:59.16]: UN COMMAND: (OVER PA) Mr. Marama, I
need you to listen very carefully.
$. [16:01.71]: We will not
listen to threats.
$. [16:03.58]: We do not negotiate
with terrorists.
$. [16:05.38]: Is that clear?
Yes,
I understand.
$. [16:07.00]: Think about your children.
UN Command out.
$. [16:10.30]: Anderson Station out.
$. [16:18.89]: We've taken this
as far as we can.
$. [16:20.43]: Aw, the hell
we have!
$. [16:21.89]: It's only been
a few days.
$. [16:22.98]: They're not going to attack
a bunch of civilians.
$. [16:25.06]: They're calling
us terrorists.
$. [16:26.23]: Of course
they are!
$. [16:28.44]: Gero, we need
to surrender now.
$. [16:31.07]: I'll take charge if
you're losing your nerve.
$. [16:32.91]: You can't
tell us to stop.
$. [16:34.37]: You don't speak
for all of us.
$. [16:36.03]: We voted together, and we're
all in this together.
$. [16:38.95]: GERO: We're not
giving up on this.
$. [16:40.54]: We should've dumped a few
more bosmang into space,
$. [16:42.29]: when we had
the chance.
$. [16:43.50]: The station manager
was an accident.
$. [16:46.13]: Is that the kind of
people we are now?
$. [16:47.42]: No, that's the kind of
people they made us.
$. [16:50.72]: We have to
fight back.
$. [16:52.59]: With what?
$. [16:54.68]: We're not soldiers.
$. [16:56.47]: (ALL ARGUING)
$. [16:59.35]: GERO:
If we surrender now,
$. [17:01.06]: it's as good as
killing our own children.
$. [17:03.90]: (RUMBLING) What the
hell was that?
$. [17:06.61]: They've taken out
the generators!
$. [17:08.07]: (SCREAMING) Don't
be scared, okay?
$. [17:10.19]: Shh, Shh, shh.
$. [17:35.76]: (BEEPING)
$. [17:37.14]: (GAS HISSING)
$. [17:57.66]: (CONTROL PANEL CHIMING)
$. [18:01.20]: You know
I'm an engineer?
$. [18:06.67]: Show me drive diagnostics
and core levels.
$. [18:10.34]: Life support.
$. [18:11.55]: (CONTROL PANEL BEEPING)
$. [18:18.51]: What's going on?
$. [18:20.64]: Oh, I don't know,
ask the ship,
$. [18:23.10]: it seems
to know everything.
$. [18:25.81]: It sure beats the buckets that
we've been on in the past.
$. [18:28.52]: There's nothing to fix.
You fixed my leg.
$. [18:33.53]: Why not go to Tycho, if we
got nowhere else to go?
$. [18:36.49]: It's a long story.
$. [18:38.53]: (SIGHING)
$. [18:41.24]: I always back your play because
you always do the right thing.
$. [18:45.66]: But usually,
I can figure out why.
$. [18:47.29]: It's not the place.
It's the man.
$. [18:49.33]: Fred Johnson?
You know him?
$. [18:52.30]: I've known guys
like him.
$. [18:54.71]: Guys with causes.
$. [18:56.05]: Causes that
get people killed.
$. [19:00.80]: So where
should we go?
$. [19:22.49]: (EXCLAIMS)
$. [19:26.91]: (COFFEE MACHINE BEEPING)
$. [19:37.38]: (KNOCKS)
$. [19:39.05]: Tell Fred Johnson to clear us a berth.
We're good to go.
$. [19:42.14]: You talked Naomi
into it?
$. [19:44.01]: With our track record, we'll probably
get Tycho blown to smithereens, too.
$. [19:50.19]: MILLER: Run through the
files on the dock incident.
$. [19:54.44]: Slow down. Mmm.
$. [19:57.69]: Give me a better look
at the people.
$. [20:02.24]: Now hold it there.
$. [20:07.91]: Stop.
$. [20:10.29]: You knew him.
$. [20:12.79]: Identify that man.
$. [20:21.76]: Dark rum,
Javier.
$. [20:23.47]: And, uh, whatever the
detective's drinking.
$. [20:26.10]: JAVIER: Right away, Mr. Dawes.
$. [20:27.68]: Nothing for me.
$. [20:29.68]: Strange times,
indeed.
$. [20:33.02]: Call it a conflict of interest.
$. [20:36.48]: Whatever gets you through
the day, beratna.
$. [20:39.49]: To keeping
the peace...
$. [20:44.32]: You know, the holding cells
are full of OPA tats.
$. [20:48.79]: Street trash and radical
factions are not OPA,
$. [20:52.67]: despite what their
skin tells you.
$. [20:55.63]: Good answer.
$. [20:59.55]: I'm sorry
about your partner.
$. [21:01.30]: An appalling
injustice.
$. [21:03.55]: And I assure you,
$. [21:04.68]: the piece of trash who tried to
crucify him is not one of our ranks.
$. [21:12.18]: What's worse, he's
not even remorseful.
$. [21:22.28]: How would
you know that?
$. [21:24.16]: Because,
as we speak,
$. [21:25.74]: he's in
an OPA safe house.
$. [21:29.54]: He believes he's
under my protection.
$. [21:35.08]: (SIGHS)
$. [21:36.21]: Open your eyes,
Detective. Look around.
$. [21:39.88]: They're as open
as I can manage.
$. [21:41.13]: Yet, you don't see
what I see.
$. [21:44.51]: What do you see?
$. [21:45.80]: A Ceres for Belters.
Run by Belters.
$. [21:50.76]: Run by you?
$. [21:52.06]: If I live that long.
$. [21:54.64]: Right now, the OPA
controls most of the grids.
$. [21:57.40]: Air, power, water...
$. [21:58.90]: The very lifeblood
of the station.
$. [22:01.61]: And if the Earthers
don't play nice...
$. [22:04.86]: All we've ever known
$. [22:05.99]: is low-g and an atmosphere
we can't breathe.
$. [22:10.41]: Earthers get to walk
outside into the light,
$. [22:15.50]: breathe pure air,
$. [22:18.75]: look up at a blue sky, and see
something that gives them hope.
$. [22:23.76]: And what do they do?
$. [22:26.55]: They look past that light...
Past that blue sky...
$. [22:31.26]: They see the stars,
and they think, "Mine."
$. [22:39.19]: What's your point?
$. [22:43.32]: Earthers have a home.
$. [22:46.53]: It's time Belters
had one, too.
$. [22:49.99]: It's important we don't get
distracted from that goal...
$. [22:58.96]: (ELECTRONIC CLICKING)
$. [23:00.13]: (SIGHING)
$. [23:03.59]: There's a single
contact in that unit.
$. [23:07.68]: Call it, and you'll get
Filat Kothari's location.
$. [23:14.97]: He's yours, to do whatever
you think is right to...
$. [23:20.65]: Sounds like a bribe.
$. [23:22.69]: I haven't asked
you for anything.
$. [23:26.40]: Yet. What do you want?
$. [23:29.78]: A simple exchange
of information.
$. [23:36.70]: Julie Mao was one of ours.
$. [23:40.04]: I want to find out what happened
to her just as much as you do.
$. [23:49.55]: You think a man like Filat
Kothari deserves to walk free?
$. [23:54.35]: Because he will.
$. [23:56.64]: Far away from here.
$. [23:58.93]: Nobody wants that.
$. [24:05.77]: (SWALLOWS)
(GLASS CLINKS)
$. [24:06.90]: Go get your justice, Miller.
$. [24:10.53]: Make it pretty.
$. [24:14.20]: Let's do this
again real soon.
$. [24:23.54]: (SIGHS DEEPLY)
$. [24:35.18]: (SHIP BLASTING BY)
$. [24:38.60]: They're done talking.
$. [24:39.93]: Have they been jamming our
communications this whole time?
$. [24:42.35]: The only patch we have is the
tight-beam to their negotiator.
$. [24:45.65]: So, no one outside of the station
knows this is happening?
$. [24:48.19]: That's why we
need to surrender.
$. [24:50.11]: (EXPLOSION)
(ALL SCREAMING)
$. [24:54.20]: Do it.
$. [24:55.66]: (ALARM SOUNDING)
(PEOPLE CRYING OUT)
$. [24:57.41]: GERO: We're surrendering
to the Marines.
$. [24:58.70]: CROWD: (SHOUTING) No.
$. [25:01.83]: We did everything we could...
$. [25:03.92]: Hinekiri, show Daddy
how smart you are, okay?
$. [25:09.13]: Okay.
$. [25:11.05]: (KISSES)
$. [25:12.26]: (ALARM CONTINUES)
$. [25:20.56]: UN Command, this
is Anderson Station.
$. [25:23.81]: We're issuing our
unconditional surrender.
$. [25:27.73]: We're unarmed. We have women
and children with us.
$. [25:30.90]: Copy?
$. [25:33.95]: I repeat, we surrender.
$. [25:37.12]: UN 1, please respond.
$. [25:38.62]: (CHILDREN SOBBING)
$. [25:47.63]: REPORTER: Emergency in the Belt as Ceres
Station is ravaged by violent riots.
$. [25:52.26]: Fifteen police officers were
hurt and dozens were arrested
$. [25:55.30]: as security clashed
with Belter extremists.
$. [25:58.22]: It all centers on accusations...
Holy
crap.
$. [26:00.26]: ...that the Martian government was responsible
for the destruction of The Canterbury,
$. [26:04.02]: a Pur & Kleen contracted water hauler,
on its way... Amos, get over here,
$. [26:06.73]: check this out. ...to the already
parched Asteroid Belt Station.
$. [26:09.77]: This was the scene as police were assaulted,
businesses looted and innocents trampled,
$. [26:14.45]: while the wave of
anti-colonial outrage
$. [26:16.70]: tore through the station's
impoverished Medina District.
$. [26:19.53]: Holy shit. Protests demanding
justice for lost ship Canterbury
$. [26:22.66]: and her crew gave way to violent
mobs who targeted Martians...
$. [26:25.58]: Looks like we're not the only
ones who remember the Cant.
$. [26:27.96]: Retaliation for what some
are calling a massacre,
$. [26:30.00]: and others dismissing as
a mere industrial accident.
$. [26:32.21]: What the hell?
(MUTES TV)
$. [26:34.34]: It can't be...
$. [26:35.63]: (FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING)
$. [26:39.18]: What's up?
$. [26:43.02]: Hey, um...
$. [26:45.02]: I just hooked into a feed
from Ganymede and uh...
$. [26:48.94]: Hey, when you sent that
message to Fred Johnson,
$. [26:50.90]: you didn't give him our
names or anything, did you?
$. [26:54.49]: No, of course not.
$. [26:58.20]: Well, partner, it's gonna be kinda
hard for you to stay anonymous now.
$. [27:02.08]: (CROWD SHOUTING)
$. [27:05.66]: Let me know if you want your
face to look a little different.
$. [27:09.04]: (CHUCKLES)
$. [27:13.84]: (ENGINE CHUGGING)
$. [27:15.26]: WOMAN: (THROUGH PA) Attention.
Any ships without Earth or Mars
$. [27:18.09]: issued DC-14 clearance must submit
to inspection upon arrival.
$. [27:28.39]: (ELECTRONIC CLICKING)
$. [27:42.03]: (FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING)
(GUN CRASHING)
$. [27:43.95]: (BOTH STRAINING)
$. [27:46.58]: (GROANS)
$. [27:51.58]: (CRASHES)
$. [27:53.21]: (BOTH BREATHING HEAVILY)
$. [27:56.76]: Julie Mao. You know her.
$. [27:59.42]: You never asked a girl down at the docks
if she was looking for some drilling work?
$. [28:02.93]: That's the last stupid thing you get
to say to me during this interview.
$. [28:06.27]: (ELECTRONIC CLICKING)
$. [28:07.35]: Julie Mao chartered my ship, but that was
a couple of years ago. It was nothing.
$. [28:11.81]: Why? Why would she charter
a piece of shit like this?
$. [28:17.28]: She wanted to tour the Belt. Figured
her for a dirtsider, slumming.
$. [28:21.11]: Flirting with the OPA,
sticking it to her old man
$. [28:24.12]: at the same time... You were
trying to recruit her...
$. [28:25.95]: My days of giving
a damn are long gone, pal.
$. [28:28.58]: OPA throws me work
from time to time.
$. [28:31.50]: Happy to wear their
tat, take their money.
$. [28:33.38]: Happy to take Julie
Mao's money, too, huh?
$. [28:35.96]: Babe in the woods,
long way from home...
$. [28:40.88]: You're as wrong
about her as I was.
$. [28:43.55]: Yeah?
$. [28:47.01]: A month into the trip, we stopped
over at the mines on Callisto.
$. [28:50.98]: News was that a tunnel collapse
had torn open veins of cadmium,
$. [28:55.31]: and people were
dying from the vapors.
$. [28:58.61]: After two days down at
the aid camp,
$. [29:00.32]: I begged Julie
to get out of there.
$. [29:01.82]: But she said she was okay.
She said she felt safe.
$. [29:04.66]: She stayed down in the mines,
$. [29:06.41]: breathing the same poisoned
air as those Belters,
$. [29:08.49]: eating the same
contaminated food.
$. [29:10.33]: She was helping kids
who'd lost their parents,
$. [29:13.54]: folks who were choking on
the blood in their lungs.
$. [29:16.79]: I never saw her shed a tear
over the fact that she had
$. [29:19.46]: to take anti-cancer meds
for the rest of her life...
$. [29:25.76]: Only time I did
see her cry was, uh...
$. [29:29.85]: These Belters
at a rally,
$. [29:31.98]: they told her,
"You're one of us now."
$. [29:35.23]: You admired her.
$. [29:39.02]: And how long were you
sleeping with her?
$. [29:41.23]: Is that what you came
here to find out?
$. [29:43.11]: I'm done talking
to you, badge.
$. [29:45.24]: You can take it out on
me if you want to, but...
$. [29:48.66]: The Scopuli.
$. [29:52.29]: You know, that ship that started
that whole mess out there?
$. [29:57.96]: Julie was on it.
$. [30:02.05]: Jesus... Jesus Christ.
$. [30:05.88]: You were trying to stop her from
getting involved in something ugly.
$. [30:10.01]: I want to know what it was.
$. [30:16.40]: She was hanging around
some hardcore OPA.
$. [30:19.23]: Like?
$. [30:21.07]: Anderson Dawes.
$. [30:24.49]: What for?
$. [30:25.78]: I don't know.
$. [30:26.91]: A few weeks
before she shipped out,
$. [30:28.03]: she asked me to hook her
up with a data broker.
$. [30:34.62]: This guy-
$. [30:36.50]: Where can I find him?
$. [30:38.83]: I don't know.
$. [30:40.54]: Where does he work out of?
$. [30:43.09]: Come on! He'd... He'd
kill me if I told you.
$. [30:46.26]: I just saw him
at the morgue.
$. [30:48.01]: He's on his way
to the recycler.
$. [30:51.14]: He's mushroom food.
$. [30:55.81]: You want to join him?
$. [30:59.60]: Tech Noir, Level 14.
$. [31:02.57]: Ask the clerk
for a Sherpa.
$. [31:04.69]: Sherpa?
Yeah.
$. [31:08.28]: Do you think Julie's dead?
$. [31:11.58]: You should've stopped her.
$. [31:13.95]: Nobody could stop Julie from
doing anything she wanted to do.
$. [31:17.12]: You should've protected her.
$. [31:19.46]: But you didn't.
$. [31:21.21]: (INHALING)
$. [31:22.71]: She still got
on that ship, huh?
$. [31:24.80]: You don't understand Julie.
$. [31:26.38]: (SIGHS) She went out there, and
probably got herself killed
$. [31:29.38]: over some stupid cause
she barely understood anyway.
$. [31:36.93]: (REMOTE BEEPS)
(HANDCUFFS BEEPS)
$. [31:38.94]: (HANDCUFFS CLICK)
$. [32:09.42]: MARAMA: We surrender.
Do you copy?
$. [32:12.01]: UN Command, we surrender.
Do you copy?
$. [32:14.68]: (ALARM SOUNDING)
$. [32:16.81]: Everyone's ready.
$. [32:18.43]: They're not listening.
$. [32:21.39]: What do you mean?
$. [32:23.69]: Imalowda na listening!
$. [32:26.11]: (STAMMERS)
What do we do?
$. [32:29.57]: (SHOUTS) What do we do?
$. [32:34.74]: (SCOFFS)
$. [32:51.26]: No.
$. [32:53.47]: No. If we have a voice,
$. [32:56.30]: we can still be heard.
$. [32:58.01]: How?
There's an auxiliary
$. [32:59.89]: tight-beam transmitter
mounted on Toro 5.
$. [33:02.23]: I think it's just outside
their jamming range.
$. [33:03.73]: I should be able to relay the
station's camera footage
$. [33:07.90]: and broadcast out.
$. [33:12.61]: (ELECTRONIC BUZZING)
$. [33:15.28]: (DISTANT BANGING)
(ELECTRONIC STATIC)
$. [33:18.49]: My name is Marama Brown.
$. [33:20.29]: Four days ago, the miners working for
the Anderson-Hyosung Corporation
$. [33:23.83]: took control of this station, in an effort
to protest the treatment of our children.
$. [33:30.76]: Setara mali.
$. [33:34.22]: (CHUCKLES)
$. [33:35.89]: This is my daughter, Kiri.
$. [33:39.97]: She and, uh...
$. [33:44.85]: She and the other children have been
diagnosed with what the medics are calling
$. [33:49.73]: hypoxic brain injury.
$. [33:52.57]: It's due to the low-oxygen
working environments.
$. [33:55.66]: She got it when she came
to live here with me.
$. [33:59.16]: But the company is refusing
us medical assistance,
$. [34:02.08]: and they're denying
that a problem even exists.
$. [34:04.96]: We're not a violent people.
$. [34:07.75]: We didn't intend for anyone to
be hurt during our protests,
$. [34:11.71]: and for that, we...
$. [34:14.59]: And for that, lam sorry.
$. [34:18.14]: We have tried repeatedly to
surrender to the UN Marines. But...
$. [34:24.23]: (LAUGHING)
$. [34:25.69]: We just wanted to be heard
for the sake of our children.
$. [34:29.56]: (EXPLOSIONS)
(ALL SCREAMING)
$. [35:12.69]: MAN". Anderson Station is secure.
All terrorists have been subdued.
$. [35:20.70]: Well done, Colonel. Well done.
$. [35:38.17]: You have my solemn promise
that you will not be harmed.
$. [35:41.39]: And you will be granted
safe harbor on Tycho.
$. [35:44.64]: Since you've chosen
to remain anonymous,
$. [35:46.77]: I can only hope you
have no hostile intent.
$. [35:49.81]: Regardless, you will need to change your
transponder code in order to avoid detection.
$. [35:55.61]: The instructions are
embedded in this message.
$. [35:58.49]: Do not deviate from them
in any way. Safe journey.
$. [36:02.82]: (ELECTRONIC BUZZING AND BEEPS)
$. [36:09.33]: (BEEPING)
$. [36:15.84]: Have you done this before?
$. [36:17.30]: Yeah, about once a week.
$. [36:19.42]: Well, you're doing great.
$. [36:20.84]: (ELECTRONIC BEEPING)
$. [36:25.60]: Transponders are designed
not to be tampered with.
$. [36:28.10]: Civilian models fuse
themselves into lumps
$. [36:30.27]: of molten graphene if
they get messed with.
$. [36:32.85]: We could be a supernova
a few seconds from now.
$. [36:35.23]: Well, we won't have to
worry about Tycho, will we?
$. [36:41.57]: (CLICKING)
$. [36:43.99]: (ELECTRONIC BEEPING)
$. [36:45.24]: We need to give the ship a new
name to complete the override.
$. [36:49.12]: Screamin' Firehawk.
$. [36:50.79]: Yeah, let's advertise
that we're a gun ship.
$. [36:53.38]: Flying Alamo.
$. [36:55.17]: Give me something, please. No.
$. [37:01.30]: Rocinante.
$. [37:02.47]: Huh?
$. [37:03.59]: It's Spanish, for...
$. [37:04.76]: AMOS: Workhorse.
$. [37:06.60]: I like it. I knew a
lady named Rocinante.
$. [37:09.60]: She was good to me.
$. [37:12.23]: Whatever. Punch it.
$. [37:16.27]: (ELECTRONIC CLICKING)
$. [37:34.50]: (BEEPING)
$. [37:40.84]: (ELECTRONIC TONES)
$. [37:48.26]: (AMOS EXHALING)
$. [37:58.31]: (MUSIC PLAYING)
(INDISTINCT CHATTERING)
$. [38:11.16]: (CLATTERING, BEEPING)
$. [38:17.88]: WOMAN: How many times do I have
to tell you I don't want any?
$. [38:23.59]: MAN: Yeah, we're good.
That's good.
$. [38:30.68]: (NOISE SHUT OUT)
(JAZZ MUSIC PLAYING)
$. [38:32.85]: What you need,
Mister Star Helix?
$. [38:35.94]: Runnin' a special on some fine new digital
duster sims we just got in stock.
$. [38:39.52]: Inners of the lnners 9 & 10.
$. [38:41.69]: I'm looking for a Sherpa...
$. [38:44.44]: (CHUCKLES) Sherpa...
$. [38:48.57]: Na sasas...
$. [38:56.62]: So, a guy comes in,
says he wants a Sherpa,
$. [38:59.75]: you come back here, tell this dude
he's got a customer. Is that right?
$. [39:03.17]: Yeah. Him worked back
here. That's all I know.
$. [39:05.59]: Okay, go.
$. [39:09.14]: (DOOR CLOSES)
$. [39:15.31]: (ELECTRONIC CLICKS)
$. [39:18.52]: (BEEPING)
$. [39:24.86]: (BEEPING)
$. [39:28.32]: (ELECTRONIC CLICKING)
$. [39:32.83]: (CLATTERING)
$. [40:33.39]: (LIQUID SLOSHING)
$. [40:50.99]: (BUTTONS CLICKING)
$. [40:53.74]: (SHIP WHIRRING)
$. [40:57.29]: (CHUCKLES)
$. [41:05.54]: (SNIFFING)
$. [41:07.71]: (COFFEE BEANS TUMBLING)
$. [41:17.14]: (EXHALES)
$. [41:24.23]: Ohh...
$. [41:46.13]: (ENGINES FIRING)
$. [41:52.01]: (ELECTRONIC CLICKS)
$. [41:54.97]: (DOOR CLOSES)
$. [42:04.77]: (CLICKS)
$. [42:24.08]: (INDISTINCT CHATTERING)
$. [42:33.01]: Hey! (GRUNTING) Hey!
$. [42:36.97]: (TASER BUZZING)
(MILLER GROANS)


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  • The Anubis is a Greek adaptation of  the name of an ancient Egyptian god associated with mummification and the afterlife, usually depicted as a canine or a man with a canine head.[2]
  • The coffee maker on the Tachi makes an appearance in this episode. It became Holden's obsession.[2]
  • Holden's obsession with the coffee maker on the Tachi is taken straight from the books. [2]
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  • The Rocinante is a reference to Cervantes' Don Quixote and name of the ship in the Rush song "Cygnus X-1."[2]
  • The story of Fred Johnson and Anderson Station was based on the first Expanse short story, The Butcher of Anderson Station. There are several short stories and novellas in addition to the novels. [2]

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