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D'av is pretty fed up with the way that Dutch has been training Ozzman. And so has Ozzman. He's freaked out that he seems to be able to see the future (he knew about the attack on Utopia, he knew the assassin was going to kill himself). And he also wants to change his name to Jaq (short for Jaqobis). Well, those were the magic words, because D'av decides to, without telling anyone, take Jaq off the ship. To where, though?

Objects in Space 8/26/18: Hit the snooze button

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Aug 26, 2018, 5:00 PM EDT

I encourage doing what the title of today's Objects in Space tells you to, if only because I did it myself just today and it was wonderful. 10/10, would recommend, would encourage all of you to do this even if it's once per weekend.

You know what else I'd encourage you to do? Read these links!

- Why fake dating is a great romantic trope. (Vox)
- Netflix didn't save the romantic comedy; 5 TV shows did, and most were created by women. (Business Insider)
- Are suspense and romance really so different? (CrimeReads)
- Both Wynonna Earp and Killjoys are using the love parents feel for a child, and sacrifices they're willing to make, as a way to redeem characters and atone for past sins. (The TV Junkies)

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