Before we go any further, if you’re averse to any kind of spoilers stop reading now. Naturally, some sneak peeks are going to have more information in them than others, and I’d say this one from Dark Matter‘s 12th episode has more answers and, potentially, spoilers than your average sneak peek. Five is dreaming about a time before the memory wipe and what she sees answers the question of how she got out of the airlock after Three put her there.
The most interesting part of this sneak peek is getting the chance to see our crew as they were with their memories intact. Three and Six seem pretty much the same people we know, with Three maybe acting a little more like a jerk than he has lately. The most shocking difference is One. She’s cold and not at all interested in having a “child” on board. That’s a striking difference from episode 11 where Two and Five were fighting alongside one another to free the boys and take control of the Raza. In the end, we see they were in the habit of voting on decisions like whether or not to keep Five. With the vote tied up, it’s Four who gets to break the tie and allow Five to remain. Does Four secretly have a softer side he doesn’t let out very often?
At the end of the clip, Five is shown planting what I have to assume is a bug of some sort underneath the galley table. What exactly could she be up to? Tune in Friday night at 9/8c for the two-hour season one finale of Dark Matter.
Five dreams of when she went from stowaway to official crew member of the Raza.
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Dark Matter airs Fridays at 10/9 central on Syfy