Dark Matter Recap: Episode Ten

By Kitin Miranda | 2 years ago
Dark Matter Recap: Episode Ten
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“Dark Matter” Season 1 Episode 10 “Episode Ten” aired on Friday, Aug. 14, 2015, at 10:00 PM on SyFy. In this episode, after receiving help from the Mikkei Combine against the ships of the Ferrous Corporation, the crew of the Raza accepted a job in which they teamed up with another crew in order to steal a device from a research space station, which, due to unforeseen complications, caused one of the crew members to be in mortal peril. Meanwhile, the Android (Zoie Palmer), created a simulation of herself in order to monitor her budding personality. Read on to learn more about this episode.

The episode began where the previous episode left off, with several missiles being fired at them. They were disarmed after Two (Melissa O’Neil) had the ship race headlong towards the enemy ship, which would have no choice but to have the missile disarmed as they would also get caught in the blast. To their surprise, the Ferrous Corporation ships suddenly left after several Mikkei Combine ships appeared.

Afterards, Commander Truffault (Torri Higginson) came on board and offered them a job. They were to steal a particular device from a research space station and gave them twenty-four hours to decide whether they would take it or not. If they did, they would all meet at a rendezvous point.

Much to Two’s chagrin, One (Marc Bendavid) talked to Three (Anthony Lemke), Four (Alex Mallari Jr.) and Six (Roger Cross) whether they should accept it or not. Six was outvoted in favor of accepting it so that the Mikkei Combine would remain as their allies. Because of this, Two reluctantly agreed, even though they were walking to the operation blindly, and even if she didn’t like the new crew that they were going to have to work with. To make matters worse, the new crew had to hitch a ride with them to the research space station. It meant that Five (Jodelle Ferland) couldn’t allow herself to be seen at all.

Meanwhile, the Android (Zoie Palmer), clearly distressed by her developing un-Android like personality which the crew liked. It created a simulation of herself that could only be seen and heard by her in order to monitor her everyday personality.

Later, much to Six’s annoyance, they had to bring Five along during the mission, which they smuggled in the janitor’s supply bin. They only had uniforms and I.D.’s for several adults, as she was now the only one who could break open the door of the chamber housing the device. This was because Two had gotten annoyed at the other crew’s leader and resident safecracker, Wexler (Ennis Esmer), whom she beat up after he tried to come on to her.

Inside the station, the group broke up into two. Two went with Tash (Jessica Sipos) and Vonz (John Cor) and shut down the station’s power. Six and Four stayed on the Raza with the Android and stood by to get ready to get them from the station.

Meanwhile, Five, along with Cain (Conrad Pla), One and Three, headed towards to chamber that housed the device. They encountered a guard android, who woke up and fought them off once the power had gone out.

Thankfully, Five shorted his circuits, and in less than five minutes, managed to use that android’s power cells to open the door.

As soon as the power came back on, Five’s group headed towards’ Two’s group. Their path to the airlock was being blocked by the station’s security, which Four, Two, Tash and Vons easily dispatched of.

Back on the ship, Two insisted that they put the device in their cargo hold.

However, it turned out that Wexler and his team wanted the Raza for themselves, and the crew, due to the high bounty on their heads. He then knocked out the Android using a shock stick that Vons smuggled off the station and knocked out Two.

He then placed her at the airlock, and threatened to release her into space if they didn’t give up the passcode to the cargo hold, which Three did.

However, despite getting hold of the device, Wexler decided to send Two hurtling into space. And that was all for the recap of“Dark Matter” Season 1 Episode 10 “Episode Ten.” For more news, updates and recaps on “Dark Matter” and other television shows, keep on following Movie News Guide (MNG).

Catch “Dark Matter” every Friday night at 10:00 p.m. on SyFy.

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Kitin Miranda enjoys writing, learning new things, telling stories, and doing theater. When she is not busy with her many projects, she can be found reading a good book, writing poetry or fiction, updating her blog, discovering new food places around her neighborhood, or watching American or Asian TV shows.