WARNING: If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
D'Branin presents his findings predicting an alien ship to his colleagues back in time, and back on Earth. They don’t love it.
Captain Eris eulogizes the two crew members killed by spider-laser-bot.
Rowan heads to the greenhouse to chat with Tessia, the bee lady. Turns out she is not an alien made out of bees, but rather a futuristic hippie who loves them.
Rowan heads to Thale's isolation room with a mysterious gift in order to conduct a little experiment.
It's a rabbit!
Suczek is having a lot of PTSD after watching two fellow crew members killed by spider-laser-bot.
D'Branin has a video call with his wife. Turns out, she is not doing well following the death of their daughter and, as therapy, is having huge chunks of her memory erased.
Thale works on reading the rabbit's thoughts, and the rabbit is getting hungrier.
D'Branin and Rowan sneak into Captain Eris's private quarters.
Well, turns out he was correct in sensing hunger. Thale was sensing the poor, dead bunny's parasite -- a tapeworm.
Jhirl heads into an engine room filled with radiation to fix a malfunctioning thruster and get the ship back on course.
A distressed Suczek storms the bridge, gun in hand, and demands that they head back -- that the ship does not want them to complete their mission.
Jhirl fixes the engine but is overcome by radiation and rescued from the engine room. She recovers in what looks to be an amazing milk bath.
Captain Eris appears on the bridge and subdues Suczek. With his hands. He's not a hologram!
D'Branin's wife appears and torments him in Captain Eris' quarters. Which seems to include the old, dusty, untouched rooms of his deceased mother.
What exactly is going on here? Turns out that Eris' dead mother uploaded her consciousness into the Nightflyer. And she wants to kill them.
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