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This page is about the Tv icon TV character. For the books incarnation, see Diogo (Books).
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Diogo Harari[1] is an young Belter from Ceres and the nephew of Mateo.

BiographyEdit

Throughout the seriesEdit

"Back to the Butcher"Edit

Diogo and several other youths tapped into Ceres water supply stealing the liquid in order to sell in the black market. However, since they were stealing so much water it quickly became noticeable to authorities. During a police raid, Diogo was captured by Miller who stated that Diogo should be imprisoned for 2 years before releasing him.

"Rock Bottom"Edit

Diogo is on his uncle's ship prospecting Ice[citation needed] when they're boarded and inspected by Martian Navy soldiers. The inspection reveals the ship's licence to be out of date and the Martian's proceed to shut them down. As Diogo was sleeping his drunken uncle woke him, threw him in a airlock with his suit into the vacuum of space then proceeded to fling his haul directly at the Martian vessel that had previously boarded them, but not before his ship was targeted by a torpedo then destroyed.

"Doors & Corners"Edit

When Fred Johnson rallies the OPA factions into attacking a space station, Diogo joins the assault team. Upon boarding, he is hit by an enemy gel round, but is unhurt.

"Static"Edit

Diogo hearing that Miller killed the leader of the station, Dresden, gains a newfound respect for the former police officer and offers him a place to stay in Diogo's own quarters on Tycho Station.

"Godspeed"Edit

Diogo is with Miller as the plant the explosives on Eros.

"Home"Edit

"Paradigm Shift"Edit

"The Seventh Man"Edit

The teenage Diogo enters his own home to find Anderson Dawes there.[1] Dawes uses charm to stroke Diogo's vanity in an ploy where he extracts information from Diogo about what was at Protogen Station. Dawes is attempting to learn about Fred Johnson's secret weapon. Dawes seduces Diogo with Belter pride so the boy enlists in a plot to take Paolo Cortázar from Tycho Station. Diogo serves as a decoy that Alex and Naomi unfortunately chase down instead of the getaway ship that transports Dawes' prize.

"Pyre" Edit

Fred Johnson confronts Diogo over his part in the re-capture of Cortázar

 Appearances Edit

Season Ⅰ

Season Ⅱ

Behind the scenes (Notes)Edit

While Diogo is a recurring character throughout seasons 1 and 2, his book counterpart only appears in the first novel, Leviathan Wakes, and has a much smaller role.

Media Edit

Images Edit

  • Uncle Mateo's ship being harrassed by Martian patrol
  • Diogo watches his uncle Mateo take his last stand

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Last name "Harari" is first mentioned in "The Seventh Man" (33:36) This is spoken by Anderson Dawes as Diogo returns home and finds the OPA spokesman. There is no documented writing of the name from the creators/producers/showrunners.

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