Drummer reviews the damage to Rocinante with Alex and Naomi. She is awestruck and even relays to Alex that she's impressed at the skill it must've taken him to overcome the barrage and survive. The sheer thrill can be seen on her face. Alex's concerns aren't lost on her and she promises to treat their ship as though it was one of Tycho's own.
Drummer invites Naomi to play handball and then go dancing. Naomi is beat but hasn't had so much fun in a while.
Naomi confronts Holden over the shooting of Dresden and how Miller was right to shoot Dresden.
Diogo and Staz find Miller still in the bar where Amos left him. When the barkeeper cuts them off, Diogo realizes Miller has no place to go and invites Miller to stay with him on Tycho. Diogo introduces Miller to the Eros Radio feed.
Bobbie Draper and fellow MCRN Marines are routed to Ganymede on assignment to protect the food supply. She and her squad are frustrated that they aren't retaliating for the recent destruction of one of the Martian moons, Deimos. They want to engage Earth immediately and this tension builds into friction directed at the Earth-born Martian Marine, Richard Travis. Even Bobbie won't restrain herself and ultimately punches Travis as he comes at her. Following a conversation with Lieutenant Sutton, Bobbie and her squad make gestures of peace and solidarity toward Travis.
The lead scientist from Thoth station who is still alive, Cortazar, is interrogated by Fred, Amos, and Holden with little results for a cure. Holden can't get through to him on an emotional level. The station doctor determines that Cortázar has been purged of all empathy through an irreversible manipulation of his brain. Amos then, recognizing the scientist's motivations, divulges info about Julie Mao and the evolving Eros project which triggers Cortazar's curiosity thus making him more open to share with Fred and Holden what he learned watching the protomolecule.
Miller suggests to Fred that they should use the Nauvoo to knock Eros into the sun.
- Thomas Jane as Josephus Miller
- Steven Strait as Jim Holden
- Cas Anvar as Alex Kamal
- Dominique Tipper as Naomi Nagata
- Wes Chatham as Amos Burton
- Frankie Adams as Bobbie Draper
- Florence Faivre as Julie Mao
- Shawn Doyle as Sadavir Errinwright
- Shohreh Aghdashloo as Chrisjen Avasarala
Guest Starring Edit
- Chad L. Coleman as Fred Johnson
- Hugh Dillon as Lt. Sutton
- Nick E. Tarabay as Cotyar
- Sarah Allen as Private Hillman
- Cara Gee as Drummer, Assistant Director and Security Chief, Tycho Station
- Mpho Koaho as Private Richard Travis
- Dewshane Williams as Corporal Sa'id
- Alden Adair as Staz
- Andrew Rotilio as Diogo
- Briana Templeton as Belter Waitress
- Carlos Gonzalez-Vio as Cortazar
- Jeff Clarke as Elder McCann
- Roberto Campanella as Dancing Creep
- Tannis Burnett as Station Doctor
- Matt Birman as Stunt Coordinator
- Brianna Goldie as Stunt Naomi
- A.J. Risi as Stunt Thoth Prisoner
- Al Vrkljan as Military Advisor
- In the novel, the destruction of Deimos occurs before that of Phoebe not the other way around.
- The "Dancing Creep" character is portrayed by the production team's choreographer, Roberto Campanella
Cast Credits On-screenEdit
"Safe" • "Doors & Corners" • "Static" • "Godspeed" • "Home" • "Paradigm Shift" • "The Seventh Man" • "Pyre" • "The Weeping Somnambulist" • "Cascade" • "Here There Be Dragons" • "The Monster and the Rocket" • "Caliban's War"