WARNING: If you don't want to know what happens in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
In a series of flashbacks to 11 years earlier, we learn about the tragedy of Anderson Station, which a group of working-class miners had ceased in protest of the low-oxygen working conditions that had caused their children to develop hypoxic brain injury.
Naomi doesn't trust Johnson, though admitting they have nowhere else to go, she agrees to set a course for Tycho … a process that involves changing the Tachi's transponder code and giving the ship a new name.
Holden christens their vessel the Rocinante and he, Naomi, Amos and Alex head to their new destination, hoping that their current track record doesn't result in Tycho Station being blown to smithereens, too.
On Ceres, Detective Miller has a heated exchange with his wounded partner, Havelock, who miraculously survived a harpoon through the chest ... and has developed quite a bond with Gia, his teacher in Belter language and gestures.
Miller studies the documents found inside the dead data broker, which contain a flight path for a ship called the Anubis. Fueled by coffee instead of his usual booze, Miller theorizes a link between the Anubis and Julie's ship, the Scopuli ... and, perhaps, with the destruction of both the Canterbury and the Donnager.
Miller is visited by Anderson Dawes, who admits that Julie was indeed OPA. In return for being kept in the loop on Miller's investigation, Dawes offers him access to Filat Kothari, who's being held at an OPA safehouse.
For now, Miller opts not to engage in vigilante justice and tracks down the rude docker whom Julie once roughed up, Neville Bosch. Once upon a time, Julie chartered Neville's ship as she commenced with her Belt-hopping, sticking it to her rich daddy and becoming more involved with the OPA ... perhaps dangerously so.