^^ Apparently not-- unless Adrian's girlfriend turns out to be her, which I doubt.
But we did see Six again, which is a relief. That means he hasn't actually left the show and he's still an active participant. I wasn't quite sure how to parse that closing scene, though. Was that guy saying that they have to activate Agent Zero to go after Six-- or that Six actually is
Overall, this was a kind of funny, but very interesting, episode. It was a good opportunity to establish Adrian as a sympathetic character, despite his mercenary philosophy. He actually really cared about that woman and it was sad to see him betrayed, and to watch his face as she tried to play him at the very end and it finally sunk in that she was more mercenary than him. I suspect we shall see her again. We also got some fascinating background on Solara. She is basically Kwai Chang Caine gone postal. And I got a kick out of her trying to smile.
And Android certainly got to play a pivotal role in this one. I got a kick out of her weird Southern Belle persona, or Jessica Rabbit, or whatever it was supposed to be. And the security reports coming in as she methodically clobbered everybody on the station were hilarious. And it was also quite interesting how she dealt with the Unassigned Designation android guarding Tabor's depot-- bribing him with an emotion chip was a very telling approach. It seemed like it was working until Three zapped him. I suspect we shall see Unassigned Designation again, too.
But Four. Man, I don't see him ever coming back from this. And I really wish he would kill Samurai Chick, because not only is her macho posturing painful to watch in and of itself, but she is really bad at it. I have this strange suspicion, however, that she is the one who set up the attempted assassination, so that she could save him, and also betrayed the fleet, so that she could discredit his more moderate advisor.
And where are all those warships?