I really hope I'm wrong but that so looked like a last look from Drummer when she left Ashford.
Avasarala's husband this season... Just not good. The bad acting and lack of chemistry is super jarring. Anyone would think she was his beard at this point!
That last scene though. Honestly chilling. I got shivers!
slugs and ocular parasites .. now thats some cool scifi writing
I love the Avasarala character, which is why it's such a shame that her story line has become the weak link that consistently drags down the quality of each of the episodes overall. Just have the freaking election already and let's move on one way or the other. I have zero interest in a diplomatic soap opera.
WTF is that ending?! This is very weird and strange, seems this episode returned back to the same suspense as before!
This episode was good, I think the next last two episodes will be epic XD
Some light is seen at the end of the tunnel, see as follows
"And when the best and brightest start leaving, it's gonna be just people like you and me left on this rock. Mars died the moment they discovered those new worlds."
This is the kind of moments I watch The Expanse for. The struggle for survival, the struggle to live the good life for the ordinary men. The great changes affecting our protagonists' lives the rest of the people in the universe too - and it's through their views we get to see the breath of life in The Expanse universe.
Bobbie's story arc has been up and down in this season, but it has made a very good world-building: the life on Mars, life of colonization, the underworld, the unemployment crisis - while Holden gets to venture the new world, million others have to face a consequence of his action and decision. It's kinda surprising that Esai Martin seems very humane considering his initial appearance.
Holden's venture, on the other hand, remains rather bleak. It's not the greatest point of the series, especially with how they write Holden on-and-off: sometimes as a white knight who strive for the good of all, sometimes as a reluctant hero who seemed to be annoyed at every turn. The mini plotpoint with Amos seems to hint something more, but leaves much to be desired, especially with his love interest, Wei, who appears merely as a potential obstacle in the soon-to-happen climax.
The Expanse always does their best in the episodes nearing finale however, and especially their cliffhanger ending. In just a matter of minutes, suspense returns, reminiscing the Season 1 where they investigate protomolecule for the first time. There is something eerie on seeing a projection of a dead man, glitching in the matrix, letting out a rather restrained scream.