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I’ve found staying clean is sort of like

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Benjamin.

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Benjamin?

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- What’s wrong?

- Nothing’s wrong.

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- Then why did you wake me?

- I was running a test.

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But we didn’t schedule any tests.

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I was running a test

to perform an unscheduled test.

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- What? Why?

- Please. Be more specific, Benjamin.

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Why did you want to wake me

and perform an unscheduled test?

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Wanting is a human emotion,

and not within my capability.

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- I know that.

- Benjamin.

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Can we play chess now?

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Tom and Jerry: catharsis and cathexis.

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AJ Marley. Dissertation

for doctorate – anthropology.

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Begin recording, captain.

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This animated animosity regularly served

as a collective catharsis for the masses.

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When violent animation

was banned by statutory law

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at the beginning of the 21st century,

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the subsequent idealised and

seemingly benign cartoon creatures

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unharnessed a human malevolence,

and a reverse social polarity was…

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Would you like some music

before we begin, Copilot Vanzant?

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- Whatever you like.

- How’s this, Copilot Vanzant?

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Confirming identity and status.

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Age: 32. Release from Hazen

rehabilitation: six months.

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Pilot’s licence restored.

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Work probation:

deep space rescue and recovery.

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Reflex quotient: 1.5.

Stress limit: minus 4.

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You’ll have to work on

those numbers, Nick.

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- Neuroscan’s fine.

- Good.

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- What happened to your robot?

- Nothing.

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Really? Hope «nothing»

doesn’t happen to me.

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The captain’s big on

20th century cultural artefacts,

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so we did him up as

a World War One fighter pilot.

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We do things like that just to amuse each

other. Everyone tries to get along here.

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- I get along fine.

- You’ve been on board 12 days.

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Asking about a robot’s the first sign of

interest you’ve shown in this ship or crew.

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- I got a captain who watches cartoons,…

- He’s working on his PhD.

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..a computer tech

who calls his mainframe Sweetie

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and two medical techs practising

anatomy in any corner they can find.

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I’ve been on six paramedic tours

with this crew. They get the job done.

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We’re out here for months.

Nothing happens.

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People get lonely.

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Then suddenly all hell breaks loose,

you do your job,

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then it all goes back to nothing happens.

This crew’s OK.

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Want to tell me

what you’re doing out here?

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Ex-military pilots don’t usually request

work probation on paramedic ships.

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I like deep space. It’s quiet.

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People out here tend to

respect each other’s privacy.

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Take one a day.

You can put your shirt on.

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Zyracon, huh?

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Happy pills.

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I’m happy.

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Hazen’s a tough drug to kick.

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Zyracon helps with the residual effects.

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- I’m clean.

- Human interaction helps too.

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The crew’s OK.

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Maybe you should take the time

to get to know them.

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Thank you, doctor.

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My analysis of cards played shows

a 77% chance of you losing, Benjamin.

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Five miles of fibre optics

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sort of spoils the spirit of competition,

don’t you think, Sweetie?

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Gin.

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When I reprogrammed her for this tour,

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I put some human traits

into her personality profile.

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I sort of wanted them to find out

because it’d really piss them off.

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But if they ever do,

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I’m dead.

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I’m assuming you’re not

gonna turn me in…

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You don’t know me well enough

to make that assumption.

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Your deal.

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My analysis of Copilot Vanzant’s vital

signs suggests a very high probability

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that he will turn you in, Benjamin.

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I’m not gonna turn you in.

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The laser pulse is focused into

a surgical-quality beam

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capable of the most precise incisions.

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- Hello, doctor. Mind if I sit down?

- What if I do?

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- Following orders – get to know the crew.

- So, the Zyracon worked.

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I act nice and you want the credit?

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You act nice,

modern medicine gets the credit.

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I’ve found staying clean is sort of like

staying alive. You either are…

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or you aren’t.

Count them. They’re all there.

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Since we don’t bring out

the pleasant side in each other,

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tell me what the hell

bothers you so much about me.

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I don’t like Hazen.

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It’s not just a type-H mind-altering escape.

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I don’t like what it does to people who

take it, I don’t like what they do to others.

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- I used to know someone…

- I’m not someone.

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Didn’t say you were.

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There’s nothing I can do

to change the past, yours or mine.

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Heal thyself, doctor.

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Emergency distress signal received.

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- We’re still in business!

- Nothing like being wanted.

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I’ll be in the engine room.

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I’ve forgotten everything.

What’s my job? What do I do?

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- Come on.

- It’s been that long.

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Emergency distress signal received.

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Bridge.

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Check.

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Medical.

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Check.

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What have we got?

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Signal received.

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SOS, critical.

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The signal’s degraded.

It’s taken five days to get here.

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Dispatch misrouted it?

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This isn’t from dispatch.

It’s a direct call.

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Direct? We don’t get direct. Origin?

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Pohl 6822.

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I’m getting a little more.

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Call letters for a merchant enterprise.

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It’s Titan 37.

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It’s a mining operation.

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This is way past the colony outpost.

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Sweetie, pull up all records

on Titan 37, Pohl 6822.

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Titan 37: lunar mining operation.

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This moon was expelled from orbit

around its original star system

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- and is now classified as a rogue body.

- Rogue moon.

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There’s a lot of gravitational

instability in that sector.

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Mining operation was abandoned

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when rogue moon drifted

into unmapped space.

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Complete crew evacuation

five years, three months ago.

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An SOS from an abandoned mine?

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Distance to distress call location:

3,432 light years.

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If we wanna answer this call

in our lifetimes we’ll have to jump.

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We haven’t jumped in three tours.

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I’m not jumping this crew

for anything uncertain.

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I want a name with some authority.

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If there is none, this is a no-go.

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Scanning for identification.

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Transmission signature:

Karl James Larson.

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Karl.

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Karl Larson!

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You know him?

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Worst nightmare I ever met.

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Mr Vanzant, plot us a course, please.

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Yes, sir.

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Dimension drive fully charged.

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Call it, Sweetie.

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All crew, prepare for rescue operation

via dimension jump.

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You go on ahead.

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Course?

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Plotted.

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Dimensional stabilisation chamber

now sterilising.

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- Maybe this Karl guy’s just coincidence.

- With Karl, nothing’s coincidence.

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Last time we did this

I didn’t shit right for a month.

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You’re gonna be fine.

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This guy panicked during countdown

and he jumped out of his DSU.

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So this other guy

pulls him into his with him, right?

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Countdown goes off and they have to

D-jump like that. I’m not kidding!

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Afterwards they go to pull ‘em out…

and it’s one guy.

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14 feet long with a head on each end!

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And then suddenly the heads start talking.

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And both of them go, «Are we there yet?»

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- That’s not funny.

- It’s kinda funny.

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It’s not.

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Two minutes to

dimension jump activation.

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One minute to dimension jump activation.

157

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All crew, enter dimensional

stabilisation units at this time.

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Research says D-jump is great

for your sexual stamina.

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- Hallelujah!

- You know, you’re gonna get it!

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I am?

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Kaela.

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- I need to talk to you.

- When we get there. Use mine.

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- I’ll use number four. Now.

- Why?

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No time.

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- Call it musical chairs.

- Be my guest!

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30 seconds to dimension jump activation.

167

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All crew, enter dimensional

stabilisation units at this time.

168

00:12:06,440 –> 00:12:10,399

All crew, enter dimensional

stabilisation units at this time.

169

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Final countdown. Ten, nine,

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eight, seven, six, five, four,

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three, two, one.

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Plasma acceleration.

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Oh, I had you!

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I definitely had you that time.

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Oh, God, no.

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Don’t touch anything!

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His skin’s fused with polyglass.

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Danika! Nanoscan kit, number three

laser scalpel, vascular cauteriser, stat!

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He’s still alive!

180

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What’s happening?

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- Sweetie?

- Debris strike. Fuel reservoir breached.

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- Hold him still!

- Benjamin! Bridge, now!

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Ship has entered high-gravity field.

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