My guess about Wash and Epsilon is that they had an 'issue' inside Wash's head when Wash refused to go along with the break-in. When debriefed nothing that Wash said made much sense, or Wash simply wouldn't tell them, or couldn't tell them, what they wanted to hear.
So, Wash is put in the Loony Bin until he's found to be an asset again.
I loved this other than... Wash VS Maine? That'd be hilarious but to un-cannon. So far we haven't heard of Wash's body being decapitated and dragged all over the walls before getting eaten by Maine. I'd put money on it happening now I've said it just so the odds would make me a millionaire...
I've thought about this after reading a bunch of posts about this, and she was an AI. That means she was able to hide any info about him being the Alpha from him. This means that she let him know everything but the deathly crucial information so he was convinced she wasn't hiding anything and didn't have suspicions being an AI.
As for Season 3 and knowing he was the Alpha, Wyoming was still working for PF at the time, and was working in conjunction with V.I.C. and Omega. The Director probably told Wyoming to tell Omega and Gamma for another experiment, as they WERE always conducting experiments.
Yeah, I think Burnie confirmed it was a torture scenario.
What I always wondered is, do you think Burnie intended for it to be a torture scenario from the start? Because I'm pretty sure it was just a big joke at first, but he ended-up having to write it into canon.
Okay, had to post this here really quick. My sister will watch Red vs Blue with me sometimes, and I showed her the Pseduo-Legendary "SpiderWash" picture, and she laughed. Well just now, I quoted "Do you really think I'm the second worst spider?" to her, and she replied. "No, I was just being lice. You're easily the worst."
Okay, but why did she hide all of it? What was the motive for pretending? The only reason I can see for trying to hide the fact that he was an AI would be if she was still working for the Director, which I think we can all agree is undoubtedly not the case.
uh, i don't want to go back and read everything, but someone linked Recovery One, and i had forgotten that Delta and Wash didn't know each other when Wash went to recover him? what? Was that a new Delta unit then?
i'm almost positive it's been addressed before, i just don't want to find the conversation of it. link me?
We're not really sure why Delta didn't recognize Wash. Prevailing theories are that he did know Wash, he just didn't recognize him right away (it'd probably been a while since they saw each other, after all), Delta had some memory issues (possibly related to being put in Recovery Mode), or that it's just plain an inconsistency that was retconned by more recent seasons.
I would argue that Washington was knew who Delta was in R1. He told delta to identify himself. When Delta asked 'You are Agent Washington' he was making sure the armor matched the man. I argue that Wash's demenor has changed from what we see in the beginning of season 10 to when he was recovering Delta.
Sorry, no links, I just wanted to throw 2 cents in.
I personally think that Wash asked Delta to identify itself because it was "protocol" for Recovery Agents to do that, and Wash is a big fan of protocol... or at least he use to be.
As for Delta, maybe he was just disoriented due to coming back online after having been encrypted. Delta said that he had to restore his functions, so maybe he was still in the process of restoring his functions when initially talking to Wash, and thus didn't recognize Wash at the moment.
It's completely reasonable to think Delta could've had disorientation. It was probably the first time he'd ever been, well, shut down in that way--before York's death, he clearly has no idea that it's a possibility. Waking back up, it probably did take him a while to get everything back online.
Spider-Wash, Spider-Wash Does what ever a Spider-Wash does That's not much, but he can fly Not very well, but at least he tries Look out! Here come the Spider-Wash
Is he strong? Not really. 'Bout as strong as you or me Can he swing from a thread? Better hope that thread is made of lead Hey there, there goes the Spider-Wash
In the chill of night He's pretty much past his prime. Like a stream of light He'll arrive, it just takes time!
Spider-Wash, Spider-Wash Friendly neighborhood Spider-Wash We love him, but he's ignored Our applause is his reward To him, life is a great big hang up We all give him the thumbs up Here come the Spider-Wash