SEASON TWO

2.11. THE HANDSHAKE, PART TWO: EARTHBOUND

2.11. The Handshake, Part Two: Earthbound

Introduction transcript

SEASON TWO FINALE: Once the aftershocks of the explosion have finished rippling through the ship, it’s up to Acting Captain Casana to take command. When they find Harris injured amidst the wreckage, it becomes clear that to treat her, they have to somehow reach her…

Content warning: This episode contains the following:

  • Loud alarms.
  • Descriptions of major injuries.
  • Medical procedures and first aid.
  • Panic attack.
  • Discussions of death.

2.10. THE HANDSHAKE, PART ONE: SKYWARD

2.10. The Handshake, Part One: Skyward

A funeral is held. Darcey spills her guts, Sascha could use a hug, and Armstrong experiences… emotions (ugh). But time is ticking by, and soon a question must be answered: do they have what it takes to save the Starstrider from certain doom?

Content warning: This episode contains depictions of death and mourning, and explosion SFX.

2.9. It tolls for thee

2.9. It Tolls For Thee

Having escaped from their prisons, the crew have to come up with a plan – and fast. Meanwhile, Commander Schuul is in a bad mood, Michael is in way over his head, and Private Cardish is in great need of some advice.

Content warning: This episode contains gun violence/gunshots, physical violence, and threats.

2.8. Vive la rÉvolution!

2.8. Vive la Révolution!

Trapped together with an uncertain fate, the Starstrider crew have no choice but to socialise. Harris and Gabriel face down an enemy. Sascha and Darcey face down each other. Armstrong and Saph… argue. (It’s what they’re best at.)

Content warning – This episode contains the following:

  • Restraints.
  • Imprisonment.
  • Gun violence.
  • Threats.
  • Emotional abuse.

2.7. KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON

2.7. Keep Calm and Carry On

Saph receives an upgrade, and isn’t best pleased with the results. Sascha, Harris and Armstrong get cosy. Meanwhile, Gabriel is feeling paranoid…

Content warning – This episode contains the following:

  • Emotional abuse.
  • Threats.
  • Gun noises.
  • Mentioned: Electroconvulsive therapy (CDT).

2.6. The Long Way Home

2.6. The Long Way Home

The Starstrider crew become suspicious when offered the opportunity to phone home. You shouldn’t look a gift horse in the mouth, but some people aboard the ship seem to know a lot more than they’re letting on…

Content warning: This episode contains emotional abuse.

2.5. Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Morons

2.5. Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Morons

When an Eshian vessel requests permission to dock, Captain Harris believes it to be for diplomatic purposes. But she and the rest of the crew get more than they bargained for when the Eshian Commander fields an extraordinary proposition.

Content warning: This episode contains foghorn and hammer SFX.

2.4. The Ghost in the Machine

2.4. The Ghost in the Machine

Harris and Armstrong have questions. Gabriel has a secret. Meanwhile, Sascha goes exploring and makes a remarkable discovery on the Bridge…

Content warning: This episode contains foghorn SFX, ghost stories and discussions of death.

2.3. Message RecEIved

2.3. Message Recieved

After recovering Darcey Eldridge’s data drive, the rest of the crew make the decision to listen to the contents. It’s difficult to be pleased with a discovery when what you find out could very well kill you.

Content warning – This episode contains the following:

  • Imprisonment of a minor.
  • Physical restraints.
  • Emotional abuse.
  • Emotional manipulation.
  • Threatening of a minor.
  • Mentioned: arson, execution, non-consensual surgery, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).

2.2. A Day in the Life of Dr. Lee Armstrong

2.2. A Day in the Life of Dr. Lee Armstrong

It’s Dr. Armstrong’s least favourite day of the year: the bi-annual crew check-up. Armed with her stethoscope and more antiseptic than you can shake a stick at, Armstrong is determined to round up the crew and give them the examination they’re due, whether they like it or not.

Content warning: This episode contains medical procedures and discussions of mental health.

2.1. Big Fish, Small Pond

2.1. Big Fish, Small Pond

An exhausted Gabriel is coerced into a semi-regular sleep schedule. Sascha and Armstrong make a discovery. Meanwhile, Harris visits the monster in the basement.

Content warning: This episode contains discussions of mental health and amputation.