That is not the case for Bobbie Draper though... badass. She is not the typical poorly done tough girl.
I like Bobbie for these exact reasons. She's a badass with a moral compass. She has an extraordinary sense of right and wrong, and the training to enforce it. Even when everything she has believed in, trained for, and sacrificed for, ends up betraying her... she has an outstanding ability to reimagine, and recalculate her role, and do the right thing. She is my version of a hero.
Amos is a deep character, with a history we have only scratched the surface. He gets the most laughs from me, bar none. He always has a single mission, and is focused on that one objective through to it's conclusion. His loyalty is rock solid, and he's afraid of nothing.
Shohreh Aghdashloo plays the part of Chrisjen Avasarala, and she is Iranian by birth... so that's her real accent. I'm sure they wanted her because everyone else in the UN I can think of talks like they're from California. It's really funny because she's constantly cussing with that foreign accent. I really want season 5... right now!
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