From Kelly Townsend of The TV Junkies:
Link: Dark Matter: Ellen Wong on why Misaki doesn’t consider herself a villain
“I feel that it’s always coming from a place of needing to make a decision for the greater good and sometimes it sucks to have to lose things along the way, but that’s part of war and that’s part of it being your home and your people in the long run. That’s my perspective.” Continue reading.
Link: Dark Matter: Ellen Wong on that betrayal and admiring Two’s “badassery”
“I think at this point she realized–she’s given him so many chances already throughout the season–she has to take matters into her own hands. That means possibly overthrowing the throne because Ryo is clearly too emotional and has his hands in so many pockets. Especially with the Raza crew and Teku swaying him, there’s so much going on and already Zairon is at so much risk and we’re losing so many people, so Misaki is like, ‘okay, he needs to go.'” Continue reading.
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