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[S1E1] The Ship !FULL!

The tiny lifeboat is dwarfed by the size of the Prometheus, and as they make it up alongside the boat, each of them ascend to the main deck, one at a time. Someone must have sent the signal, but it appears the ship is completely deserted. In fact, once they head inside, the signal stops broadcasting.

[S1E1] The Ship

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As the ship starts to change direction, certain guests grow suspicious of these alterations, no one wants to head back. A Polish laborer called Olek worries in the coal room, while Angel and Ramiro nervously debate the meaning of this maneuver in first class. The Spaniards are shaken, they cannot return to Europe, the idea alone panics them greatly, alluding to even more secrets to be explored. Later, when Lucien hears the news, he too has a similar reaction.

The Captain addresses the change of course in the first class dining room, gathering all the guests together for the update. Outspoken guests verbalize their anger about this detour, but Eyk explains his reasoning. There are 1,423 passengers on the Prometheus, he needs to at least attempt to save the remaining survivors. On sighting the ship, Eyk goes rogue and defies protocol, deciding to journey to the Prometheus via a lifeboat, even though his shipmates disagree with his decision. Maura asks to come along as a doctor and they ask the priest Ramiro to tag along as well.

Despite the cacophony of voices involved in the new order on the ship, the three lead lieutenants (Garnet, Brice, and Lane) seem to have a good amount of knowledge that will be useful for the crew's survival.

Her gaze lands ahead at a man in the shadows. She cries: "Father! I'm not crazy! What have you done with my brother? Where is my brother? He was on the Prometheus. He found out what you were doing on these ships. Why can't I remember? What have you done with my memory?"

Back in the coal room, the men continue to work. In a back corner, a man climbs down from the shadows. Unlike the mostly white-skinned passengers, this man is Black. He enters the ship hallway barefooted and finds some extra clothes. The show credits list him as Jerome. Jerome means sacred name.

We go back below deck. Ada thanks Maura again and says, "When I grow up I want to be a doctor just like you." Maura expresses apologies that she can't understand what the girl is saying. Ada tries again but uses body language. She boldly puts her hand on Maura's belly and asks, "Do you have children?" Maura feels startled and sees flashes. She says, no, I can't have children. She begins to walk away but is intercepted by Krester, who tries to give her a metallic cross. He offers it to her as payment: "This is all we have." She pushes away and begins to see more flashes of her wrists bound. She runs up to the top deck, gasping for her and rests against the side of the ship. She grasps hold of a small gold medallion at her throat.

A figure comes forward, blurred at first. It's Captain Eyk (Andreas Pietschmann). He looks concerned and asks in German if she's lost. She replies that she didn't see him there in English. He corrects himself and begins to speak in English. He also hides a bottle in his coat. His coat is amazing by the way. Very captain-ly. As he walks closer he realizes she must have come from the third class quarters and locks the gate again. He asks, "What were you doing down there." She tells him it's none of his business. He tells her that "First class passengers aren't allowed down there. There are rules on this ship, and they shouldn't be challenged." She has now gotten her breath and turns around, retorting. "Who made those rules and for whose benefit were they put in place." He smiles at her impertinence. He is secretly pleased that she is willing to challenge him. Eyk mean oak or ruler, and it's also an anagram of key.

The German crew interrupts their conversation to share some news. They have received a signal from another ship. For 20 minutes, they have received a signal, and they think it's the Prometheus. The Captain walks off.

He and the two crewmen, enter the bridge to the ticker machine. A string of paper is unspooling. The message is coordinates: 44-57-59-60. The sailors mention the ship is just sending the same coordinates over and over again. But the sender has also not identified itself as the Prometheus. The captain asks from how far away is the signal coming. The measure 18 knots. He looks at a map and muses that it's odd. If the Prometheus wandered off course, the current should have taken it north -- not south. Anyway, it turns out the coordinates are 7 hours away. The captain sets an order for a new course: 42.4 degrees North and 44.57 West. They reduce speed and begin to turn.

Down in the coal room, the workers receive the order to prepare for turning. This seems to upset Olek greatly. He musters up the English he knows to ask, "Why turn ship?" The foreman tells him not to ask questions.

Meanwhile, we visit Angel and Ramiro in their cabin. Ramiro chastises Angel for his behavior. "It's as though you want everyone to find out. Can't you be more careful?" Angel sketches in a journal and teases Ramiro about their differences: "I have no fear; you are consumed by it. Maybe you should have a chat with God and ask him why he turned you into a sheep and me into a wolf." It's unclear what Ramiro is afraid of and what he wants Angel to hide. Both of their faces change as they realize the ship is turning. Now Angel shows fear. He states, We can't go back. I can't go back."

Around the same time, Tove has a strange vision of a doll. It turns out she's sleeping. Ada wakes her up. Tove asks where everyone else is, and Ada tells her that they are looking for the lost ship. The Prometheus has been found, and they are turning around. She reminds Tove of a story that she told of a ghost ship where all the passengers had sinned by killing a whale. The spirits got angry and send a huge storm, and all the people turned into shadows. She wonders if the when they find the ship if all the people will be mere shadows like in the story. Tove tells her it's just a story.

We then move to the captain's quarters. Captain Eyk drinks alone and gazes at a family portrait on his desk. In the picture is a man, wife, and three daughters. There's a knock at the door. He opens the door to find Maura, who asks to step inside. Ever a rulemaster, Eyk tells her it's forbidden for passengers to be in his quarters. She asks if it's true he has found the Prometheus. He shuts the door and admits they have received a signal that most likely came from that ship. She asks if anyone might be alive. He says that since it's been four months, it's highly unlikely, but if they rationed the food, there's a chance. He then asks her why she's interested and if she knew anyone on board. She notices the picture on his desk.

We then find ourselves in the ship corridor outside the drawing rooms. Mrs. Wilson glides down the hall and stop to knock at a door. Yuk Je opens the door, and Mrs. Wilson chides her: "I saw you two talking at breakfast." Apparently these women have been told they shouldn't speak. What is their relationship to Mrs. Wilson. Lucien walks past, staring as usual. After he leaves, Mrs. Wilson says that Ling Yi should cheer up.

Angel complains in English that they paid good money and that there should be no detours. The captain just turns around and walks out. As does Lucien, who seems quite agitated. His hands is shaky as he leans over the side of the ship. Clemence follows him and tries to comfort him again, but he moves away from her again, and the warbling music returns. This music seems to follow Clemence everywhere.

He muses a little about the ocean, how the water is 4,000 meters deep. That man has mapped out much of the world, but no one knows what's down there in the depths. "A hidden world in the shadows." This reminds us of a few plot points already mentioned -- the story about the passengers who turned into shadows and the poem about the brain being deeper than the sea. Maura asks him what the thinks he will find when they find the ship. He doesn't know.

Their conversation is interrupted by a cry of "Ship ahead!" The Kerberos releases a red flare to get a view of the ship. It looks dirty and neglected in the darkness, but the ships names is unmistakable.

The captain find shipmates. His first mate encourages him to send a signal to the company, telling him they found the Prometheus instead of exploring it themselves. Everyone seems very frightened. It's no wonder since there are no signs of life on the ship. The captain declines the idea: "We'll lower a lifeboat."

As our lifeboat crew moves closer to the Prometheus, we continue to see scatters of light and can marvel at how beaten up the ship looks. They pull alongside and get ready to board. The captain tells Franz to stay there. If the group isn't back in an hour, they should get help. Franz protests that he shouldn't stay since he has more seniority. Eyk repeats his order. The newer men will go while Franz stays. But as the group climbs up the ladder, back on the Kerberos, the ticker machine stops. A creepy silence sets in and the crew wonders why the signal has stopped coming across.

The series begins with an attack on a cruise ship at the hands of Alvida. Koby, a chore boy of Alvida, discovers a barrel. One of Alvida's pirates attempt to open the barrel, but a young boy emerges and accidentally hits him. The remaining pirates attack him, but the stranger stops them and says that his name is Monkey D. Luffy. Luffy drags Koby to the storage cellar of the ship, where he eats and converses with Koby, who reveals his dream of being a Marine. Alvida confronts Luffy, but he escapes and knocks her pirate crew down with his Devil Fruit power. Luffy explains that he ate the Gomu Gomu no Mi, therefore he has the powers of rubber. Koby, inspired by Luffy, stands up for himself when Alvida confronts them. Luffy uses his Gomu Gomu no Pistol technique on Alvida. Luffy and Koby sail away in a "borrowed" boat from Alvida's crew. Luffy asks about the pirate hunter that Koby mentioned earlier. Koby says that he was captured by the Marines and Luffy announces his intention of asking him to join his crew. 041b061a72


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