I didn't see it coming either, but Alex and Bobby must have - Bobby was there because they set it up to happen like that (at least that's what I thought!) That was some kind of truth serum Alex was injected with, but the way he so quickly recovered means he must have taken an antidote and been faking it - or am I reading too much into what happened?I have to admit I didn't see the contact coming so soon after the meeting.
It was his save that Bobby was shadowing him and she then managed to intervene just in the right moment. What I didn't expect was Bobby's order on flying after Alex's new girlfriend.
That was some kind of truth serum Alex was injected with, but the way he so quickly recovered means he must have taken an antidote and been faking it - or am I reading too much into what happened?
I also don't see the reason why Naomi was kidnapped. For a money ransom? Or to exchange for Marco's freedom? I can't see anyone on Earth caring much about her to make that happen.
Yes, they do. Marco, not Philip, organises it. She is bait in a many layered plan. Also she had the nerve to walk away from him, at the cost of losing her son. Marco is a narcissistic, controlling, bully and like all such people he wants control over her. To be honest it is one of the patterns of domestic abuse. He wants to remove the Rossi and its crew,(which has become a symbol both for the belt and the "inners" in many ways of a possible future working together.) Being the man who killed James Holden, Fred Johnson, etc. In the books his actions start to turn even his supporters against him. Drummer's role in the series is actually that of Michio Pa, someone who in the beginning is a supporter of Marco's but as Drummer took over her "role" in series 3 this is not a huge problem. Also ask yourself is Marco the puppet master, or the puppetNaomi's kidnap was explained in the next episode. I still don't see it. To go to all of that trouble to lord it over her? To reunite a dysfunctional belter family? No doubt the books explain it better.