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The crew is bummed when Two tells them that, after refueling, ship repairs and docking fees, they're broke.
The space station looks like a set from Blade Runner if it had taken place in Las Vegas.
Six goes to a doctor to treat his skin burn. The receptionist couldn't care less.
Three gets smacked after trying to pick up a lady while he and One wait for the bartender to find a buyer for their weapons. This probably comes as a surprise to no one.
One and Three go to meet their buyer and end up gassed unconscious by a mysterious masked man.
A pawnshop owner tells Four that his mysterious ring belongs to somebody in "the Ishida line." "You don't just find a ring like this," he says. "You kill for it."
The masked man reveals himself and One meets the real (or at least other) Jace Corso, who's a jerk. Corso accuses One of stealing his identity, which of course One has no memory of whatsoever.
Two and Five win big at the casino but it gets them in bigger trouble with management.
The casino goons threaten to kill Two and Five when Two refuses to give back their winnings, so she has to kill all of them. It's quite impressive ... and more than a little disturbing, especially to Five.
As Corso takes the Raza's cargo of weapons for himself, One and Three use their captor’s shock stick to break through their metal ropes. It hurts.
The doctor treating Six's burn wound finds out about his criminal background and tries to drug him before the cops arrive. Six has other plans.
As the space station security alarm goes off, Two and the gang debate whether to take off and leave One and Three behind.
Three tells a lie to cover the fact that One is an impostor but blackmails him later (of course!). From now on, One will agree with Three when it comes to the crew's group voting sessions.
Four discovers that the Emperor Ishida Tetsuda was murdered by his unstable and extremely dangerous son, the Crown Prince Ishida Ryo, who is currently on the run. The displayed photograph of Ishida Ryo looks a lot like Four, no?