Newcomers to IO
1 : [soft music]
2 : ♪
5 : Don't you want to be able to fly one day?
6 : [gripping music].
7 : ♪
9 : [air lock hisses].
Strickland : I know you do, sweetheart. But you're a big girl.
Strickland : …and big girls don't cry. Now, do they?
Strickland : Now, you told me you could take care of yourself.
Mei : What is this place?
Strickland : Oh, well, only very, very special people get to come here.
Strickland : I brought you here because you are special.
Strickland : Now, this nurse is going to take you for a little checkup
25 : it's okay, it's okay.
Strickland : She's gonna give you your medicine too.
Strickland : You know how important that is.
Mei : I can't ever miss a dose.
Strickland : That's right.
Strickland : Are you hungry? I'll bet you're hungry.
32 : Bye-bye.
33 : [door whirrs shut]
34 : [hand terminal chimes]·
35 : [tense ambient music].
♪ : ·
♪ : ·
Strickland : Sir it's--it's a pleasure. How are you?
Strickland : Good to see you.
Strickland : Sir, how was your trip?
Strickland : It's good to see you.
Strickland : Sir...I haven't seen you in some time.
Strickland : Good to see you.
Strickland : - Good to see you again, sir.
47 : ♪
Bobbie and Avasarala flee
Bobbie : The escort ship is slowing down.
Bobbie : They're scanning the debris.
Avasarala : Can't you make this goddamn display any clearer?
Bobbie : This is the best I can do with passive scans.
Bobbie : If I turn on any active sensors, it'll give us away.
Bobbie : I'm sorry about Cotyar.
Avasarala : Then fuck your "sorry"s.
60 : [computer beeping rapidly]
Avasarala : - What is this?
Bobbie : - That's the hammerlock.
- Speak politician.
63 : - If we're within that range
and they fire,
64 : we won't be able to dodge the
65 : - Then perhaps we should move
a bit faster.
66 : - The second
we light up our drive,
67 : they'll see it and fire.
68 : Best we can do
is sit tight and wait.
69 : - [muttering]
For the love of... [sighs]
70 : [suspenseful music]
71 : ♪
72 : [computer beeps]
73 : - [exhales]
- So are we safe now?
74 : Depends on your definition of "safe."
75 : This is not a gun ship. We have no active defenses.
76 : But she's fast and maneuverable.
77 : At this separation, a good pilot would be able
78 : to dodge a torpedo.
79 : - Are you a good pilot?
80 : No, I'm a marine.
81 : Pilots carry me to kill things.
82 : I'm just gonna take a look around.
83 : [computer beeping]
84 : There's a lot of ships in the Jupiter AO,
85 : within close proximity
86 : and well outside the normal patrol routes.
87 : Looks like Errinwright finally got his war.
88 : [energy rushes, alarms beep]
89 : [inhales sharply] Shit.
90 : They got us.
- Not yet.
92 : [gripping percussive music]
93 : - [breathing hoarsely]
94 : ♪
95 : [breathing heavily]
96 : - [wheezing]
97 : [computer beeping loudly]
98 : [beeping continues]
99 : - What are you doing?
- Trying not to kill you.
100 : - [exhales]
101 : - I can't go any slower than this.
102 : - [wheezing]
- Is that better?
103 : - [wheezing] I'm all right.
104 : But maybe not if we have to keep this up.
105 : [wheezing]
106 : ♪
107 : - We need to send a message.
- We can't.
108 : Our comms were locked out from the "Guanshiyin."
109 : - I know, but surely there must
be some kind of radio
110 : on that contraption
111 : - I've got an emergency
112 : but it's low-power and only sends MCRN encrypted.
Bobbie : Only Martians will understand it.
Avasarala : - Good.
Bobbie : To them, you're a war criminal and I'm a deserter.
Avasarala : - The UN is trying to kill us.
Avasarala : If Mars throws us both in prison, that's an improvement.
Avasarala : You have a better idea?
Bobbie : No. [panting]
Bobbie : I'm leaving our names out of it.
Avasarala : Good.
124 : [transmitter beeping]
The Roci's crew look for ways to make improvements
125 : ♪
126 : - These green panels can
127 : be installed anywhere on the ship.
128 : All they need is a feed line from the water filter.
Holden : You're gonna fix the table in the galley, right?
Amos : We still have to eat.
Prax : These are just test units.
Prax : When we do it properly, all we'll need is areca palm, lady palm, spider plant, and peace lily.
Prax : Those are the best purifiers.
Amos : We're running low on air filters.
136 : This should stretch what we've got till after IO.
Prax : Oh, and Amos rigged a safety shutter to protect the panels in case the compartment needs
to be evacuated.
Amos : Well, that was Doc's idea too.
Holden : All right.
142 : Let's hook 'em up.
143 : It's been a while since I worked on a garden.
144 : reporter: UNN and MCRN fleets engaged around Saturn,
145 : with both sides suffering heavy losses.
146 : Martian ships now appear to be pulling back
147 : toward the Belt and Ceres Station,
148 : which remains under MCR control.
Naomi : - You need to look at the engine.
Alex : - Why? What's the problem?
Naomi : - We're burning too much fuel too fast,
Naomi : and at this rate, we could run out of reaction mass and wind up on the drift.
Alex : - Yeah, but...
155 : We're going to Io. We're not turning back--
156 : - Yeah, I'm not asking you to.
157 : I know we have to burn dirty to look like a rockhopper,
158 : but I can tweak the burn.
159 : Same drive signature,
but more efficient--
160 : gives us a bit more margin for error.
161 : - Hmm.
162 : That's great. Thanks.
163 : [alert beeping on computer]
Naomi : - What now?
Alex : - IFF just picked up a signal.
Alex : - It's "Identify,
Friend or Foe."
167 : It's a target recognition system.
168 : It lets you know if someone's on your team or not.
169 : [tense music]
Bobbie : [remote audio transmission]I have a high-level diplomatic target in immediate threat.
172 : This is an MMC emergency assist request.
173 : [crowd shouting faintly]
174 : [protestors shouting]
175 : - Whoa, whoa.
Stand back, stand back.
176 : [metal crashing]
177 : [all shouting]
178 : [protestor grunting]
179 : Hey! Stop!
180 : [grunts]
181 : [indistinct shouting]
- Stand back!
182 : - Okay...
183 : Stop--stop! Stop it.
- Are you all right?
184 : - I'm fine.
Let me see.
185 : - [gasping]
Colin : Are you a doctor?
- Of sorts.
Anna : I'm Anna. What's your name?
Colin : Colin.
Anna : Colin, look at me. Is this your first protest?
Colin : Uh-huh. Uh, you?
Anna : I've had my share. Hey, it's fractured.
But don't worry.
Anna : When it heals, you'll be stronger than before.
Anna : You! What's your name?
194 : - We're not supposed to give our name--
195 : Hey!
Tell her your fucking name.
Michael : Michael.
Anna : Michael. This is Colin. He needs medical attention.
Anna : I know you have near here, right?
a first-aid station
Michael : No, that's only for UN Officials--
200 : I'm going to be
201 : checking in on Colin. And if he does not get the care that he deserves, things will not go well for you.
204 : Bye, Colin.
205 : [indistinct conversation]
206 : - The fleet--
what I need to know
207 : is the amount of loss--
- Excuse me.
208 : We're in a meeting.
209 : - Sorry, sir, I thought--
210 : What happened?
211 : - Your MPs were handing them out
212 : to the protestors.
213 : - Well, you haven't changed a bit.
214 : - I like to think I have.
215 : - Undersecretary
216 : this is Reverend Doctor Anna Volovodov, an old friend.
217 : - Pleasure.
218 : - Give us a minute.
219 : - Of course.
220 : [tense music]
221 : ♪
222 : - How long has it been?
- Feels like a lifetime ago.
223 : - That it does.
224 : [hand terminal chimes]
225 : ♪
226 : I wasn't sure that you'd come.
227 : - You landed a ship
filled with Marines
228 : in the courtyard of my church.
229 : I didn't think I had a choice.
230 : - I never imagined you going to church,
231 : let alone running one.
232 : - I never imagined you to end up running the planet.
233 : Why am I here?
234 : - I was gonna send you a message...
235 : and then I thought it better in person.
236 : It's not easy for me to
get away these days, because...
237 : - ...there's a war going on.
238 : - Anna, I need your help.
239 : - You know that there are
240 : not many people that talk to me like that anymore.
241 : At least not to my face.
242 : - I'm sorry.
243 : That was disrespectful.
244 : - You're here because you talk to me like that.
245 : - Esteban...
246 : you haven't needed my help in a long time.
247 : - There have never been times like this.
248 : Eros, Venus, and now war.
249 : The people are terrified and I want to reassure them.
250 : I'll be addressing the General Assembly.
251 : - Mm.
- It'll be the single
252 : most important speech of my life.
253 : I want you to help me write it.
254 : - You want me to help you justify this war?
255 : - We didn't start it.
256 : But for the good of the system,
257 : we need to win it and end it.
258 : I want the people of this planet
259 : to feel that God is on our side.
260 : - Abraham Lincoln hoped that he was on God's side.
261 : - You see?
262 : You always make me better.
263 : Will you help me?
264 : - I'd prefer not to.
265 : [soft orchestral music]
266 : ♪
267 : My church just opened a free clinic
268 : for undocumenteds.
269 : We have to barter... with drug dealers
270 : for meds that we can't afford.
271 : Support my clinic for... a year...
272 : I'll help you with your speech.
273 : - I think we can find money in some appropriations bill
274 : for a worthy cause such as that.
275 : There's a room for you in the residence.
276 : Get settled. We'll have dinner tonight,
277 : and I'll give you some preliminary thoughts.
The crew of the Roci debate about the distress signal
278 : - Guys!
We got a situation.
279 : - Story of our lives.
- The "Roci" picked up
280 : a distress call.
There's a Martian Marine
281 : out there that's in the shit.
282 : - This is an MMC emergency
283 : I have a high-level
284 : in immediate threat.
285 : We are in a civilian
286 : being pursued
by a rogue UNN hostile.
287 : Request all possible assist.
288 : - There are people dying
all over the system, Alex.
289 : - So that's it?
What, we do nothing?
290 : - Exactly.
- We just got out
291 : of the heroic
292 : - Okay, let me see
if I get this straight.
293 : You wanna log a distress call
294 : on the "Cant," and you do that.
295 : Naomi decides to ignore
296 : what we all vote on, and she does that.
297 : But a Martian sends up a flare
298 : and all of a sudden, we got rules?
299 : - Alex--
300 : I swore an oath when I signed up,
301 : and just 'cause I'm not in uniform anymore
302 : doesn't change that.
303 : A Martian is calling for help. I'm supposed to help.
304 : Naomi: Alex, listen up.
305 : I got a fix on the signal.
306 : You're not going to fucking believe this.
307 : The ship's registered to Julie Mao.
308 : - Jesus Christ.
All right, lay in a course.
309 : I'm on my way.
- Belay that.
310 : We're not responding.
311 : - It's Julie Mao's ship.
- It doesn't change anything.
312 : - Captain's right.
313 : - It changes everything.
314 : - Not what we need to do.
315 : We promised you we'd help try to find your daughter.
316 : - I don't really have a say in this.
317 : - Yes, you do.
318 : You're part of this crew.
319 : - So we just go back to business?
320 : - Can you look him in the eye and tell him that
321 : whatever this might be is more important
322 : than finding his kid?
323 : ♪
324 : I did that once.
325 : I'm not doing it again.
Errinwright and Jules bicker about their deal
326 : ♪
327 : - Once again, I find myself cleaning up your mess, Jules.
328 : It might be beneath your notice,
329 : but I'm fighting a war here,
330 : and I've reached the end of my patience.
331 : You promised me a weapons system
332 : and I want it now.
333 : - My accounts are still frozen and family still in custody.
334 : When those issues have been corrected,
335 : then we can discuss delivery.
336 : Not one minute before.
337 : [hand terminal buzzes]
338 : Motherfucker.
339 : Earth and Mars witness a power that can turn
340 : an asteroid into a guided missile...
341 : deconstruct a ship down to its rivets in an instant.
342 : And all they wanna do is destroy each other over it.
343 : - The protomolecule is clearly
344 : not what we thought it was, but--
345 : - If Errinwright uses the Hybrids...
346 : they could lay waste to all of Mars.
347 : - [scoffing] Oh, that's an extreme scenario.
348 : [lock beeps, clicks]
349 : [eerie music]
350 : ♪
351 : - Hybrid number A-26 has been loaded.
352 : All hybrid pods are ready for transfer.
The UNN engages the Razorback
353 : ♪
354 : [engines roaring]
355 : - [breathing raggedly]
356 : - How you feeling back there?
357 : - [hoarsely]
Like you were standing
358 : on my chest.
359 : I'm fine.
360 : - Tunnel vision?
361 : - Yes, I feel like I'm in a goddamn tunnel.
362 : Look around you.
- Sharp headache?
363 : - Why?
364 : - I'm trying to gauge
if you're having a stroke.
365 : - What could you do if I were?
366 : - Keep clenching your thighs.
367 : - [muttering] Oh, for the...
368 : If you're hitting on me, I'm flattered.
369 : But I have neither the inclination, nor...
370 : [gasps]
371 : What does clenching do?
372 : - It keeps your blood moving around,
373 : rather than pooling up in the back of your legs.
374 : Do you like to whistle?
375 : - [stammers]
Don't try to distract me...
376 : like I were a child.
- It forces you to breathe.
377 : Do anything.
Just don't pass out.
378 : Relaxing is what gets you.
379 : - Given our situation, it's easy to stay tense.
380 : You seem to be taking this well.
381 : - I'm trained for this.
382 : I could do another four gs standing on my head.
383 : - [pants] If I die...
384 : - We're in this together.
- If I die...
Bobbie : make sure you don't.
Avasarala : You have to tell...someone...
387 : what really happened out here.
388 : - That's your job. I'm not letting you die.
389 : - [chuckles hoarsely]
390 : - That wasn't meant to be funny.
391 : - I know. [chuckles]
392 : What is...is the thought of a Martian Marine...
393 : risking her life...for me.
394 : [gentle music]
395 : - We're on the same side.
396 : - Which side is that?
397 : - The right side.
398 : - [chuckles]
399 : [alarm beeping]
400 : - Ma'am?
401 : [beeping continues]
402 : Chrisjen?
403 : [grunts, breathes sharply]
404 : [grunting]
405 : - [gasps hoarsely]
406 : [roaring slowing]
407 : [loud beeping]
408 : [tense music]
409 : ♪
410 : - Shit.
411 : Brace yourself.
412 : - [shouting gaspingly]
413 : [energy rushing]
414 : - Shit!
415 : [computer beeps frantically]
416 : - What now?
417 : More torpedoes. A lot more. Another ship just fired on us.
418 : Hang on!
419 : [gripping music]
420 : ♪
421 : - [whistling weakly]
422 : [tense music]
423 : ♪
424 : - I'm sorry.
425 : - Don't be.
426 : [alarm beeping]
427 : ♪
428 : [heavy blast]
429 : - [gasps]
430 : [panting]
431 : - What happened?
432 : - I'm not sure.
433 : What the hell...?
434 : - That's not how those things
435 : usually work.
The Roci gets ready for a fight
436 : - Detonation confirmed, two of ours for two of theirs,
437 : - Copy that.
438 : - Our other six are protecting
439 : - That was the easy part.
440 : Alex, I'm coming up.
441 : - Helluva plan, Captain.
442 : You must've aced Tactical
Warfare at the Navy OCS.
443 : - I didn't like it then any
more than I like it now.
444 : Amos, Prax, get your lids on
and strap in.
445 : Depressurizing in
446 : - It's a little late
for cold feet, doc.
447 : The only reason
we're in this scrap
448 : is 'cause you broke the tie.
449 : - Those people cried out
450 : I couldn't ignore that.
451 : - You can't save everyone.
452 : It's a waste of time to try.
453 : And why would you risk not finding your little girl
454 : for some Martian jarhead you don't even know?
455 : - You've all risked so much
to help me.
456 : I can't do any less.
Anna speaks her mind
457 : - A full year's support?
458 : That's amazing. Everyone at the clinic will be thrilled.
459 : - It means being away from you
for a few weeks.
460 : Surrounded by armed guards.
461 : And--and being a mouthpiece
462 : for a wartime government.
463 : - Wait, I'm going
to put you down.
464 : What are we talking around?
465 : - I don't know.
- You always do this
466 : when you don't want to look
at something head on.
467 : What aren't you looking at?
468 : - Esteban. He...
469 : he doesn't bring out
the best in me.
470 : I haven't seen him for years,
471 : and I'm still so angry.
472 : I talk about forgiveness
all the time. I--
473 : I can't bring myself
to forgive him.
474 : - You're not there
to forgive him.
475 : You're there to help people
with your words.
476 : And maybe those words
477 : the Secretary General's
478 : And maybe your own.
479 : - Maybe you should do it.
480 : - [laughs]
Words are not my gift.
481 : - That's obviously untrue.
But you're right, like always.
482 : I'm going to miss you.
483 : - We'll miss you, too.
484 : So. Are we going to talk about
that cut on your forehead?
485 : - No.
486 : - Okay. Then say goodnight
to our daughter.
487 : - Yeah! Nami!
488 : - Wave to mommy.
- Nami, it's mommy!
489 : - [laughs]
- This is you.
490 : This is both of you.
491 : And I l-l-l-love, mwah!
492 : - See Mommy?
493 : - I love you, baby.
Goodnight, sweet dreams.
494 : [giggles]
- Bye, Mommy.
495 : [foreboding music]
496 : ♪
497 : - The UNN ship
just fired on us.
498 : We got their attention.
499 : - Amos, Prax, buckle up.
500 : - We're good.
501 : [exciting music]
502 : ♪
503 : - [grunts]
504 : - Naomi, are all those
505 : - They're prepped.
506 : - Damn it, if we start trading
punches with this beast,
507 : we're gonna run out of missiles
long before they do.
508 : You know that, right?
509 : - That's why we're gonna
have to do this.
510 : - Damn, are you sure?
511 : - We picked this fight,
512 : and we're punching
above our weight.
513 : If you've got a better plan,
514 : now would be the time.
515 : - All right.
516 : Let's do it.
517 : - How bad is it?
Worst case scenario.
518 : - Fifth fleet is still in
a hard burn towards Jupiter.
519 : Ten ships have been destroyed,
two have been scuttled,
520 : and seven are still engaged
with the Martian fleet, sir.
521 : - How are we handling
the press on this?
522 : - We're currently drafting
a document to be released
523 : to all major news
524 : We'll be ready first thing
in the morning.
525 : - Then we'll need to see
a copy of that.
526 : - Yes, sir.
527 : - Well, you keep...
528 : - ...apprised of any changes.
529 : - Sorry for interrupting
530 : - I am not the most important
thing in this room.
531 : - I hear you're joining
the S-G's speechwriting team.
532 : Word gets around fast
in this building.
533 : - And every assault we face,
534 : every injustice we incur,
535 : every man and woman that
we lose on our path,
536 : we will carry in our hearts
to a place
537 : where we will stand proud
538 : and say we were not stopped.
539 : [cheers and applause]
540 : - Is that you
standing behind him?
541 : - [scoffs] It was.
542 : - It's quite a speech.
543 : - Practically made
the S-G's career.
544 : They teach it in
the Diplomatic Corps.
545 : You write it?
546 : - I share the blame.
547 : - We lost so many ships
around Saturn. At this rate--
548 : - They're already pulling their
forces back towards Jupiter.
549 : It's just a matter of time.
550 : - Our apologies,
551 : - Anna is just fine.
552 : Pastor Anna, if you
attend my church.
553 : - Well, there's no
chance of that
554 : with this bunch of heathens.
555 : [laughter]
556 : - So, Anna.
557 : What do you think
of the Arborghast?
558 : Is that a sign from God?
559 : - That's a question people
who aren't religious use
560 : to make fun of people who are.
561 : - [chuckles]
No mockery intended.
562 : - I think it's a sign that
there are things
563 : in the universe much
bigger than we are.
564 : Which is good to be reminded of
now and then,
565 : - Jules-Pierre Mao
knows what it is.
566 : When we get our
hands on that prick,
567 : we'll be sure to ask him.
568 : - The bounty's up to 20 million.
569 : Someone will spot him.
- My money's on a Belter.
570 : They love money.
571 : - That would make you a Belter.
572 : - If Jules-Pierre Mao is as
smart as his media claim he is,
573 : he'd turn himself in.
574 : We've already frozen
575 : He can't hide forever.
576 : - And if that's not enough, we
know where his children live.
577 : [laughter]
578 : - Visiting the sins of
the father on his children?
579 : You know we've had a whole
other Testament since then,
580 : right?
581 : - Sometimes...
582 : you need to exert pressure
where it's most effective,
583 : especially in times of war.
584 : - Collective punishment
is still a war crime.
585 : Look it up.
586 : - Well.
587 : It's important to be
reminded of that.
588 : Every now and then.
589 : She's always like this.
590 : Don't worry, you'll get used to it.
591 : [engines roaring]
592 : [heavy blast]
593 : - They're still shooting at us.
594 : - Nice to know they still care.
595 : - How're you doing?
596 : - I'm fine.
597 : I think I'm getting
used to high-g.
598 : - I dropped our burn to 1-g
when our escort showed up.
599 : - Shit.
600 : [exciting music]
601 : ♪
602 : - It's getting thick out there.
603 : ♪
604 : - Hey! Doc!
605 : Look at me.
606 : Control your breathing.
607 : In through your nose,
out through your mouth.
608 : [rattling]
609 : Goddamnit, Doc, I told you to secure that locker!
610 : - I'm sorry, I'll--I'll get it.
611 : - Stay in your damn seat!
612 : ♪
613 : - Firing PDCs!
- Copy that.
614 : ♪
615 : [tools clanking]
616 : ♪
617 : [air hissing]
618 : - [grunting]
I--I can't breathe!
619 : - Hey, your oxygen's
620 : Reach behind your head and see if you can plug it back it.
621 : - [groaning] I can't!
622 : - The first generation hybrids
had their limitations,
623 : but we've learned
so much since then.
624 : - We should dismantle them.
625 : - Sir, let's take a breath.
626 : There's no need
627 : - Protomolecule can't be
628 : - Actually, sir,
that's not true.
629 : It can be controlled.
630 : - How?
631 : - By using them.
632 : These children are the key.
633 : - Now, this might
pinch a little.
634 : - I've done this before.
635 : - Not quite like this.
636 : - Ow.
637 : Katoa?
638 : - Mei!
639 : - I'm so glad
640 : What's going on?
641 : - Hey, now.
We are not done with you.
642 : - They won't let me
see my daddy.
643 : - The reason we had to put
a failsafe in the Hybrids
644 : was because sooner or later,
645 : the Protomolecule
always broke down
646 : our command
and control tech.
647 : But these children...
648 : all these children...
649 : share a rare genetic
650 : that only occurs on Ganymede,
651 : which I discovered
could be used
652 : to inhibit the Protomolecule.
653 : - Incredible.
654 : - They told me that because
of all the fighting,
655 : they'd have to get
kids like us out.
656 : Dr. Strickland's here. He's taking care of us.
657 : - I know, but where's my daddy?
658 : - They'll take us back when it's safe.
659 : Here's the good part.
660 : Dr. Strickland said that by the time we're ready to leave,
661 : we'll be cured.
662 : - Mm-hmm. He's been giving us new treatment.
663 : - Do you feel better?
664 : - Want to see something cool?
665 : - I believe that if we can fully understand
666 : this process at a molecular level,
667 : it could hold the key
668 : to creating countermeasures to the Protomolecule...
669 : maybe even find a way to stop whatever's happening on Venus.
670 : - Pretty cool, huh?
671 : - Do what you have to do.
Amos talks sense into Prax
672 : - [rasping]
673 : - Hang in there, I'm coming to get you.
674 : [grunts]
675 : - [groaning]
676 : [gasping]
677 : - [grunts]
678 : [grunting, straining]
679 : [groans]
680 : - [gasping]
681 : - Hang in there! I'm coming!
682 : [suspenseful music]
683 : ♪
684 : [yells]
685 : ♪
686 : Doc, look at me! Hang on!
687 : [air hissing]
688 : - [gasping, panting]
689 : - Hang on to that.
690 : - Guys, the UNN ship is getting
691 : - Now?
692 : - Now!
- Missiles away!
693 : [suspenseful music]
694 : ♪
695 : - Stand by. Looks like we're
in for another rough ride.
696 : [alarm beeping]
697 : [heavy blast]
698 : [beeping]
699 : ♪
700 : - It sheared the engines
701 : Rest of the ship's intact.
702 : Holy shit, it worked.
703 : All right, setting a course
for the Razorback.
704 : - We did it.
705 : - Yeah, we sure did.
706 : We only have two
707 : PDC rounds are under 10%.
708 : We're in a war
with no bullets.
709 : - We're not the ones at war.
- We are now.
710 : You think the UN's gonna
give us a free pass
711 : for sparing lives?
712 : We crippled one of their ships.
713 : We just declared war on Earth.
714 : - Are you trying to get
yourself killed, Doc?
715 : - No.
716 : - Because that stuff
you said before
717 : about having to save that ship,
that was bullshit.
718 : - I keep having this dream
about the child we found
719 : in the incinerator.
720 : That when I find Mei,
it'll be too late.
721 : - Then why stop to do this?
722 : - Because I can't
bear the thought
723 : of finding Mei like that.
724 : - I don't know shit
725 : But what I do know
726 : is that a kid needs
at least one person
727 : who never gives up on them,
728 : no matter what.
729 : - You had someone like that?
730 : - It's not about me.
731 : It's about you.
732 : If you give up on Mei,
what has she got left?
733 : What do you got left?
734 : [somber music]
735 : ♪
736 : - Chrisjen?
737 : Chrisjen!
738 : [eerie music]
739 : ♪
740 : Help her, please.