|Airdate||July 16, 2016|
Nash, Gates, and Miller run for cover in response to the ONC tank's blast. Bernard regroups with his men and orders them to form a perimeter around the base's entrance. The ONC soldiers do so as the tank approaches the base. Taking cover from behind a barricade, Miller questions their situation, prompting Nash to contact Allan, believing him to be the one who flew off in the Pelican.
Inside the Pelican, meanwhile, Allan tells Nash that he and the Blues are going to bring Seal back, adding that he won't make the same mistake with Seal like he did with McGrath. Nash tries to talk some sense into Allan but he cuts her off. Ichabod is then seen with his armor painted similar to Bernard's. He expresses his concern over the mission and points out the tone of Nash's voice during the call, believing something happened to her and the others. Dax, however, argues that Nash may have been trying to trick them to go back and states that if Seal is captured Winters will get his Life Saver. The two continue to argue until Allan informs them that they've reached their destination.
More to be written...
- "Volatile Reaction" by Kevin MacLeod
- "Reign Supreme" by Kevin MacLeod
- "At Launch" by Kevin MacLeod
- "Five Armies" by Kevin MacLeod
- "Tech Battle" by Tim Beek
- The title is a reference to the ONC soldiers raiding DotCom. It is also referencing the Blues, Allan, and Seal infiltrating the research lab, more or less.
- Dax and Jason disguised as ONC troopers while Allan remains cloaked is inspired by the Red vs. Blue: Season 12 episode "Hit and Run".
- In addition, Dax and Jason disguising themselves by taking the armor of the enemy is a reference to Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.