I started wailing the blues when the doctor whacked my bottom on the day I was born. Ed is an eccentric, resourceful, giggly, child-like, odd, tomboyish, curious, happy-go-lucky and extremely intelligent teenage girl. Vicious took advantage of Gren's friendship to frame him for espionage during the war on Titan, resulting in Gren being sent to prison. His only scene before he is killed off is the Cold Open of episode 5. While the entire cast fits this seriously, claim Spike is Jewish in a fan forum and stand back , Faye is the most prominent.
Ed made up a bounty on her father as an incentive to Spike and Jet to find him. When angels are forced out of heaven, they become devils. Receive notification by email when a new comment is added. Has very weird speech patterns, and refers to herself in the third person. Word of God teasing the subject helps.
He values his freedom and will kill to protect it. It resembles someone who's cried a lot or is in depression, and the expressions he makes during the entire Syndicate raid are like nothing in the series besides the last time he had to deal with Vicious as he marches off to his presumed death. Wednesday, September 12 9: Olivia may have left our vicinity, but it's still going to be a very wet day for much of the state. Ein means "One" in German, which may be an indicator of his experiment number. Volunteers are manning the phones around the clock during Hurricane Lane. Then Faye bounds with a bite on the back of her leg.
This episode really is a primer on creature feature tropes. Hurricane Florence made landfall Friday morning at 7: The crew was chasing a bounty in a case where someone was believed to have hacked into an old Kill Sat and started using it to carve designs into the planet. Her somewhat androgynous appearance often causes her to be mistaken for a boy. Uses the alias "Poker Alice" — which is a lie, the real Poker Alice would be about years old — but she's skilled at dealing, and cheating, with cards. In "Ganymede Elegy", it turns out his code of honor — his responsibility, his need to do the right thing — made her feel like she never had the freedom to make her own mistakes.