If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
Six tracks down the villainous General, and gets himself killed! Sort of. It's actually his clone. Technology!
Some advice: Don't stealthily approach Two and try to surprise her with a hug. Meanwhile, the Android's getting fixed after getting shot by crazy Wendy-Bot.
After Six's clone is killed, the real Six wakes up in a Transfer Transit pod. He wants to give it another shot (no pun intended ... hopefully).
When the Raza gang goes out drinking together, they surprisingly get along! Three tells everybody how much he likes them. It's weird.
Five investigates after Six goes missing and is shocked to find evidence that he executed a deadly terrorist attack.
On his second trip, Six turns the tables on his attackers. This galactic femme fatale will take him to The General.
After One and Four take a Transfer Transit pod to find Six, they're surprised to discover that One doesn't look like himself anymore. What does this mean?
The Android begrudgingly admits that she might have feelings and receives an awkward (yet moving) hug from Five.
Six chokes The General to death, though his body soon after dissolves into dust -- revealing that he was just a clone. The real General is still alive somewhere.
Two is pissed at everybody for all the lies, deceit and miscommunication. We're a team, people!
The Android tells Two that if she wants the group to be honest with each other, she needs to tell them the truth about herself. Oh, that she has super-healing powers? Or is there something else?
One discovers that he's apparently actually Derrick Moss, CEO of CoreLactic Industries and heir to the Moss fortune, and that his wife Catherine was murdered ... by Three!
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