Here's the moments we're still talking about from episode the fourth.
Rolling With My Homies
It's only the briefest of moments (thanks, Nolan), but the episode's opening showed us just a glimpse of the good life for a post-war Castithan - rolling with the top down in a sweet ride and some sort of alien music blaring on the speakers. Some things never change.
Rafe McCawley is such a powerful presence, it's always a bit of a stunner when anyone stands up to him...but when that person is his youngest son, Quentin, it's even more of a surprise. We were psyched to see Q show a little backbone and let the old man know that, when he lost Luke, he didn't lost everything.
Rumble in the Front Yard
Sure, he was kind of being a jerk by refusing to help find Kenya, but Datak's defiance of Nolan and Amanda, as well as his admission that he was responsible for the death of Elah Bandik, was a bold move that established the Castithan as a badass on a level with the lawman and the mayor in an electrifying scene.
Oh, What a Tangled Web
Nolan's only now figuring it out, but we've LOVED seeing Stahma's plans unfold over the course of the first few episodes. Her deferential demeanor in her final scene with Nolan only makes her obvious intelligence and savvy all the more threatening...a point driven home in the complex piece of knitting craft she was working in the episode's final scene.
Escaping the Maze
Given that it seemed kind of random for a lone Volge to be wandering around an abandoned Stratocarrier, we thought *something* fishy was going on during Kenya's time in Nico's "Maze"...but seeing the NeedWant proprietor figure it out and manage to off the would-be drug kingpin was a pretty triumphant moment.