107 Windmills – The Expanse Podcast

Posted by on January 22, 2016 in The Expanse Podcast - Tales From The Rocinante | 0 comments

Windmills

Windmills

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Welcome everyone. I’m thrilled that you’ve joined me today to discuss The Expanse.

This was another great plot building episode. That was a tight call for the crew of the Rocinante there. And did we just see where Jim Holden get’s all his charm?

In this week’s podcast after sharing some news from The Expanse, I talk about the three storylines of the episode. Earth, Ceres Station, and the Rocinante.

 

A visit to the Holden farm by Christen Avasarala reveals some background about James Holden and why he was so far out in the belt hauling ice. I get the feeling that Avasarala is beginning to understand the man responsible for their brush with war and I think she’s growing soft on him.

On Ceres station, Miller is mourning his lost career. After doing some soul searching he decides that the Julie Mao case is all he has left and decides to pursue his leads on Eros. I’m really looking forward to see what happens there.

And one the Rocinante, the crew discover a stowaway on board and don’t know what to do with him. Things get worse when a Mars military ship wants to inspect them. I wonder what would have happened if that spy wasn’t found because it’s his plan that saves the day.

After recapping and discussing these points from the episode I finish off with some great feedback contributions from listeners.

News

The Expanse gets simulated gravity right

The Expanse and the Physics of Stealth in Space

Understanding the factions in The Expanse (UN, Mars, OPA, Belters)

 

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