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Reviewer: SLWalker Signed [Report This]
Date: 26 Jul 2013 06:43 Title: 'Diffusing the Situation'

Holy crow. And this situation just keeps getting hairier and hairier! Brave Jex. T'Vel in possessed mode is a terrifying sight to behold, make no bones about it. Her shooting poor Keran sucks. Her tormenting Jex does too. Here's hoping they get her back not too terribly traumatized.

Reviewer: trekfan Signed [Report This]
Date: 01 Jun 2013 18:11 Title: 'Diffusing the Situation'

Oh man. Well, the chapter started out in nice fashion, with Jex being rarely self-satisfied and a bit turned on by Keren. After the adrenaline rush of the flight over and the way Keren seems to have taken to her, the two seem to have chemistry and a mutual interest in finding out what, if anything lies there. I’m disassembling the McGregor/Jex bandwagon and moving on to Keren/Jex. Sorry, McGregor, you wasted my shipping effort. Damn you, sir!

Moving on from that, we see the situation escalate in a big way in engineering and with T’Vel. Dexter’s inoculation, though innocent looking, looks damning to me. The bomb is T’Hos way of tying up loose ends, even Dexter (or whomever the mole is) had no idea about it and now, with it aboard and easy to trigger with any motion, the crew is pretty much betting on a crazy assed plan from McGregor (fry all the systems … Again).

T’Vel has well and truly gone to her super dark evil personality, who’s name escapes me but is utterly chilling from what I remember of the first RR. She’s not a nice person and operates with a cold, brutal logic that could Jex in big trouble. I’m hoping Keren is alive (which is why I’m gonna run the bandwagon until it’s stated in text that he’s dead, Jim) but with T’Vel in crazy mode … Jex is at risk. I really, really hope she ends up okay because I like Jex.

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