Dark Matter – Built, Not Born

by Alan Rapp on August 8, 2017

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Dark Matter - Built, Not Born TV review

Teased at the end of the previous episode, “Built, Not Born” offers the return of Android‘s (Zoie Palmer) robotic friends who call on the Raza‘s help to cover-up a murder, get three of them off a space station, and deliver them to their creator. Although the motives of their robotic friends will remain hidden from the crew, Two (Melissa O’Neil) will get a shock when meeting Dr. Shaw (Palmer) who not only created the Android but also was one of the scientists responsible for creating her as well.

While I still have some concerns about where the storyline involving the androids might lead, “Built, Not Born” works well as an episode to fill in some of Two’s past. Finding the doctor also offers the chance of a new life for Sarah (Natalie Brown). As to just what kind of life that could be, and what Dr. Shaw and her creations want from the woman, I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

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