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* AssholeVictim: Spencer, as Rush points out. Though it turns out he did it to himself.
** Rush, at the end of the episode.



-->Rush: ...he was hoarding water and food, involved in several confrontations, I doubt you'll find many tears shed over this man.

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-->Rush: ...--> '''Rush:''' ...he was hoarding water and food, involved in several confrontations, I doubt you'll find many tears shed over this man.



* IDidWhatIHadToDo: Rush's justification for his attempted FrameUp of Young.



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Young allows the hearings to go forward, even though Wray is obviously biased against him, because he knows stopping it will just make him look even more guilty to the rest of the crew.



--> Young: I know it was you.

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--> Young: '''Young:''' I know it was you.


* FrameUp - When the gun is found, Scott insists that it was concealed in Young's quarters as part of a frameup. As it turns out, it was: Rushlanted the gun to get Young out of charge.

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* FrameUp - When the gun is found, Scott insists that it was concealed in Young's quarters as part of a frameup. As it turns out, it was: Rushlanted Rush planted the gun to get Young out of charge.


* Frameup - When the gun is found, Scott insists that it was concealed in Young's quarters as part of a frame.

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* Frameup FrameUp - When the gun is found, Scott insists that it was concealed in Young's quarters as part of a frame.frameup. As it turns out, it was: Rushlanted the gun to get Young out of charge.


* BrutalHonesty Rush about Sgt. Spencer

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* BrutalHonesty Rush about Sgt. SpencerSpencer.
-->Rush: ...he was hoarding water and food, involved in several confrontations, I doubt you'll find many tears shed over this man.



* TheFrameup - when the gun is found, Scott insists that it was concealed in Young's quarters as part of a frame.

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* TheFrameup Frameup - when When the gun is found, Scott insists that it was concealed in Young's quarters as part of a frame.



* WhamLine: When Young and Rush are alone at the alien crash site.

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* WhamLine: WhamLine - When Young and Rush are alone at the alien crash site.


* Frameup - when the gun is found, Scott insists that it was concealed in Young's quarters as part of a frame.

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* Frameup DrivenToSuicide - Sergeant Spencer's apparent suicide sets off the plot, though the crew doesn't figure it out until much later in the episode.
* TheFrameup
- when the gun is found, Scott insists that it was concealed in Young's quarters as part of a frame.


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* OhCrap - The look on Rush's face when he regains consciousness on the alien planet...hours after the sun has set.
* WhamLine: When Young and Rush are alone at the alien crash site.
--> Young: I know it was you.


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When Sergeant Spencer is killed, the search for his murder opens the divisions in the crew as the investigation proceeds.

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Added DiffLines:

* Frameup - when the gun is found, Scott insists that it was concealed in Young's quarters as part of a frame.

Added DiffLines:

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*AlienLunch the purple 'sweet potato' that Greer tries and then tricks others into eating; ironic, as there really are purple sweet potatoes, which are perfectly tasty to eat.
*BrutalHonesty Rush about Sgt. Spencer
*CliffHanger the episode ends with Rush staring up at the sky of the planet he's been marooned on, as this the midseason finale.
*CourtroomEpisode
*KangarooCourt not deliberately, but there are less than 80 people on Destiny, and none of them are actually lawyers or police, so they're making it up as they go.
*LeftForDead Rush
*NoHoldsBarredBeatdown Young, to Rush, after Rush admitted framing him because Rush thinks he's dangerous in his position of commander of the ship.

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