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Episode 6 : Krill

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Episode 6 : Krill

Posted by Jackson Hunt

Rating  :  

7.9

Season 1

Duration  :  

42m

After the Orville crew defeats a Krill attack on a brand-new colony, the Union sends Ed and Gordon on a dangerous undercover mission to infiltrate a Krill ship and obtain a copy of the Krill bible, the "Anhkana," to better understand the enemy.


Episodes
Episode 1 : Old Wounds
6.8
Episode 2 : Command Performance
7.5
Episode 3 : About a Girl
6.5
Episode 4 : If the Stars Should Appear
7.2
Episode 5 : Pria
7.4
Episode 7 : Majority Rule
8.1
Episode 8 : Into the Fold
6.4
Episode 9 : Cupid's Dagger
5.8
Episode 10 : Firestorm
6.8
Episode 11 : New Dimensions
8.0
Episode 12 : Mad Idolatry
8.7

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