|7th March 2004, 07:27 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2001
This was a very interesting episode.
It showed past loyalties and also showed some of the more human sides of not only the crew but also, it would seem to show, some Alliance people having agendas of their own.
After this episode, I’m even more curious Book than before. From the looks of things, it would seem that not many have seen this one yet so I won’t give away too much here, but I did like it .
And you just have to see Jayne's new hat. :lol:
|31st May 2004, 11:02 AM||#4 (permalink)|
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Join Date: Jan 2001
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Yes, it was interesting.
>>Alliance people having agendas of their own
I'm not sure he did. The Fed was outside his jurisdiction, but I suspect that the reason was simply money. There would be a reward and maybe promotion. He was moonlighting in another precinct rather than breaking any big rules. I don't think he was working for the Blue Sun Corporation or anyone other than the Alliance Feds.
>>I’m even more curious Book than before
There is more and more placing Book within the Alliance with every episode, but I believe that he is a Shepherd, whatever anyone says to the contrary. My theory would be that he had to do something terrible and against all his morals, so he left whatever he did for the Alliance and joined a Monastry to repent his sins. He has only just come out into the real world again.
>>you just have to see Jayne's new hat
From his mother
It was interesting to see them picking up their post, but I would expect to see Feds and Bounty Hunters waiting for them to do just that. The Fed was after the package not them. He didn't even know who they were.
It was also interesting to see the sideshow.
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