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Scientist Harman (a strong and intense performance by Tim Dantay) has developed superhuman speed and refuses to talk to anyone but Darius Scott about it. Meanwhile, Dante's (Michael Pare, sturdy as usual) and Percy's (a wonderfully tart and plucky Tanya Allen) suspicions of Lucretia (sound work from Claudette Roche) come to a head after she helps Harman escape from the Tulip. This episode whisks along at a constant quick pace and builds a considerable amount of suspense as several rival factions fight over who has exclusive dibs on Harman and the substantial bounty placed on his end. A nervy face-off between a bunch of ships and Harman boarding the Tulip are both taut, gripping, and exciting set pieces. Moreover, we get intriguing further information on the significance of the Divinity Cluster. Dantay makes the most out of his juicy role as Harman while Campbell Morrison contributes a funny and lively turn as vengeful repoman Arielo. And the spot-on insightful commentary on the weighty themes of trust and betrayal provide plenty of additional dramatic punch to this superior episode.
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