Defying Gravity: Season 1, Episode 10

Deja Vu (2 Oct. 2009)

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Some of the crew still harbor ill-feelings over being kept in the dark about the Beta object and the true purpose of their mission. Donner fears that they are re-creating the events that ... See full summary »


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Paula Morales (as Paula Garces)
Florentine Lahme ...
Arnel Poe (as William C. Vaughan)


Some of the crew still harbor ill-feelings over being kept in the dark about the Beta object and the true purpose of their mission. Donner fears that they are re-creating the events that led to the disaster on Mars 10 years before and in flashbacks, more of what happened there is revealed. Donner is convinced that he should pilot the Venus lander, but Paula only has to complete her final simulated runs to get clearance to land. Nadia is seriously questioning why they are there. Jen Crane still isn't on speaking terms with her husband Rollie but finally admits that she can't see the Beta object. Rollie is distracted by their spat, leading to a serious accident. Written by garykmcd

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Approaching Venus
20 December 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another decent episode finds the crew of the Antares close to Venus and making final preparations for the landing; there are some complications though, Donner is convinced that Beta has chosen him for the mission and that Paula's injury was Beta's way of saying she isn't the person to pilot the Venus lander. Final tests before they go will determine which of them will be going down to Venus.The crew still have concerns about Beta's intentions, in particular Jen who believes the fact she didn't suffer any hallucinations and can't see Beta suggests she wasn't chosen and isn't meant to be there. While that is going on in space back on Earth reporter Trevor Williams is trying to find out what is happening on the Antares as he doesn't believe the solar flare story put out by mission control.

Overall this was a pretty good episode, it benefited from having less flashback scenes compared to the proceeding episodes and as they approach Venus the tension is starting to rise.

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