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10 Random Things We Thought About The Expanse Season 3 Episode 2
Like any good show there are lots of moments that we non-space
travelers can really connect to. Here are the top 10 from Season 3 Episode 2.
The Expanse is a show about intergalactic war and politics. However, like any good show, there are lots of moments that we non-space travelers, can really connect to. Here are some moments from Season 3 Episode 2 that made us giggle, cry, and contemplate life (potentially all at the same time!) Tune in for all-new episodes of The Expanse, Wednesdays at 9/8c.
It made us a little sad that Mei is too young and too far in the future to pick up on Strickland's Big Girls Don't Cry reference.
Bobbie telling Chrisjen to keep her thighs clenched for the purposes of staying alive had us thinking that once this war is over, she could totally start over, change careers, and become the next Suzanne Sommers.
3. Botany is Fun!
After watching Prax and Amos moving plants from the table to the wall had us thinking, who else wants to try playing beer pong Wimbledon-style?
4. Table for One?
Why was Anna eating dinner all alone in a room with a bunch of other people? It's so lonely in the middle.
5. Miss Connections
Thank goodness Colin, the guy Anna saved during the protest, decided to check in with her after seeing the doctor. If he hadn't, we would have worried about him for the rest of the episode!
Prax might be the only person in the world who can survive without oxygen for as long as Beyonce. Such skill. Such lung capacity.
7. Green Thumb
After Holden said that it's been a while since the last time he worked in a garden, it got us wondering, when was the last time Holden pulled out the old trowel?
8. Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!
We'd like to think Dr. Strickland and team are feeding those kids a balanced diet, but then again, we can't really trust him.
Imagine being one of the UN politicians talking to Anna during her dinner for one, and being so evil and powerful that you need to causally be reminded that collective punishment is a war crime. Awkward.
10. Burton to the Rescue!
Who else had to stop themselves from cheering when Amos saved Prax's life…TWICE?!