Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Recap[edit | edit source]
At Tycho Station, Holden, Naomi, Fred Johnson, Anderson Dawes, and many representatives of various OPA factions meet to discuss politics. Fred hands over the political leadership position of the OPA to Anderson Dawes. Fred and Holden preach for peace with Earth and Mars, while Dawes takes a more aggressive push towards taking the fight back to Earth and Mars if they are at war, but he agrees with Fred that the stolen interplanetary nukes should be returned, to avoid further conflict.
Amos has a discussion with the Protogen scientist, Cortazar, about how he fears resembling a monster after scaring a mother and child. Amos relates to the child. Cortázar offers to help Amos go through the same process he did to purge his emotions.
When Anderson Dawes enters the Rocinante to have a chat with Holden, there is a lot of talk about Fred Johnson's implied secret weapon, Cortazar and how his research could be used against Earth and Mars or Naomi's stashed protomolecule sample. Initially, Dawes doesn't actually know specifically about Cortazar or about the sample but is fishing for the details of some abstract weapon. Eventually, Dawes tracks down Diogo and learns what he needs to about the scientist.
Later, Holden appears restless and he could be headed toward executing Cortazar. Once in the prisoner's room, Holden finds it empty and accuses Fred Johnson of taking him elsewhere. It then comes to Holden and Fred Johnson that Anderson Dawes is attempting to escape with Cortazar off Tycho. After pursuing in the Rocinante and intercepting what they think is the getaway ship, Naomi and Alex find that the fleeing ship is actually only manned by Diogo. In the end, the young kid who once helped Miller capture the scientist has now created a diversion for whatever Dawes has planned with taking him away.
Cast[edit | edit source]
Main[edit | edit source]
- Steven Strait as Jim Holden
- Cas Anvar as Alex Kamal
- Dominique Tipper as Naomi Nagata
- Wes Chatham as Amos Burton
- Florence Faivre as Julie Mao (credit only)
- Frankie Adams as Bobbie Draper
- Shawn Doyle as Sadavir Errinwright
- Shohreh Aghdashloo as Chrisjen Avasarala
Guest Starring[edit | edit source]
- Chad L. Coleman as Fred Johnson
- Nick E. Tarabay as Cotyar (credit only)
- Peter Outerbridge as Captain Martens
- Clé Bennett as Commander Thorsen
- Cara Gee as Drummer
- Jared Harris as Anderson Dawes
Co-Starring[edit | edit source]
- Alden Adair as Staz
- Alex Frankson as Armoury Tech
- Andrew Rotilio as Diogo
- Carlos Gonzalez-Vio as Cortazar
- Damien Howard as MCRN Med Tech
- Dylan Brenton as Black Sky OPA Leader
- Ellora Patnaik as Ashanti
- Isaak Bailey as Belter Kid
- Jamie Robinson as Ganymede Station Rep
- Jeff Teravainen as Welsh
- Jonathan Whittaker as Sec-Gen Gillis
- Kevin Claydon as Edin
- Madeleine Sims Fewer as Refugee Woman
- Zion Forrest Lee as Inaros Chieftain
Media[edit | edit source]
- Crew interviews
Notes[edit | edit source]
- The "Seventh Man" is the Protomolecule Hybrid.
- The video feed captured by the unidentified hovering drone is not revealed until "Here There Be Dragons"
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- A number of credits became available for the first time on-screen beginning with this seventh episode of the second season. Prior to this episode, the information was not made readily available. Examples include:
- assistant costume designer
- 3rd & 4th assistant director
- assistant production coordinator
- production secretary
- script coordinator
- transportation caption & transportation co-captain
References[edit | edit source]
Cast credits on-screen[edit | edit source]
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- Season 2 Episode 7 - The Seventh Man
- Ars Technica - Decrypted: The Expanse: “The truth is never what you expect it to be" by Johnathan M. Gitlin - 3/10/2017, 5:48 AM
"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"