Brett is sent to look for the crew’s cat, Jones, and the now fully grown alien attacks him and disappears with his body into the air shafts.
After a heated discussion, the group devises a plan to jettison the creature out of the ship.
As he inspects one, a creature springs out, spits acid through his space helmet and attaches itself to his face.
Dallas and Lambert carry the unconscious Kane back to the Nostromo.
As acting senior officer, Ripley refuses to let them aboard, citing quarantine regulations, but Ash violates protocol by overriding Ripley’s lock and letting them in. Kane awakens and seems healthy, but during the crew’s final meal before re-entering stasis, he chokes and convulses in pain before a small alien creature bursts from his chest, killing him, and escapes into the depths of the ship to molt.
Arthur convinces Eva to leave Tempest Key for a few days, but it comes too late as Nadia injures Eva and captures Arthur. Breaking free using a flask of water to enhance his strength, A. destroys Nadia by putting a spear through her head. agrees to start his training, and Mc Caffery leaves him with Henry IV Part 1 and Part 2 to read.Now in command, Ripley explains that the shuttle will not support four people, and recommends that they continue with Dallas’ plan of flushing the alien out.Accessing Mother, Ripley discovers that Ash has secretly been ordered to return the alien to the crew’s employers, who consider the crew expendable. finds that Nadia has also captured Mc Caffery and she is bringing them both back to Atlantis to be executed.CAST Sigourney Weaver (Galaxy Quest) Tom Skerritt (Poison Ivy) Veronica Cartwright (The Witches of Eastwick) Harry Dean Stanton (Avengers Assemble) John Hurt (Hellboy) Ian Holm (The Hobbit) Yaphet Kotto (Midnight Run) The commercial spacecraft Nostromo is on a return trip to Earth with a seven-member crew in stasis: Captain Dallas, Executive Officer Kane, Navigator Lambert, Science Officer Ash, Warrant Officer Ripley, and Engineers Parker and Brett.On the Nostromo, Ripley determines that the transmission is not a distress signal but a warning.