Boimler decides he's going to say "yes" to everything and agrees to be the prey to a big dude named Kranch. From the title, you probably have an idea how this goes: Kranch's species practices "catch and release", and he even gives Boimler some notes.
Vendome -- the Bolian from the first season who got impaled with a spear, leading Mariner to declare: "This is the 24th century! No one dies from a spear!" (or something on those lines) -- is now a captain on a different ship.
Ransom, Mariner, Billups, and Rutherford are on a mission to repair a space elevator. Ransom sends Billups and Rutherford to the surface to mingle with the population (controlled, of course, by a sentient volcano, a psychic baby, and a self-aware computer), and everything almost goes feet up when Billups and Rutherford fail to display their belly buttons.
The Cerritos has been put back together.
Cetacean Ops returns. I don't think these guys much like Boimler.
Still no T'Lynn! Or Peanut Hamper. Or, for that matter, Jet or Kayshon, who I don't believe we've seen this season.
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There's a million things I haven't done, but just you wait
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This has been the least referential episode ever, & it gained heavily from the absence.
-------------------- "I never agreed with Jefferson once—we have fought on like seventy-five different fronts. But when all is said & all is done...Jefferson HAS beliefs; Burr has none."
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