Did he leave a note?
None that we know of, sir.
Then how do you know it was suicide?
There's no other explanation.
He knew what he was doing,
that's for sure.

You can't fall into an airlock
and then an elevator.

You have to open hatches,
press buttons, close hatches.

It's the only explanation.
Thank you.
Okay. Fanning.
-What about the pump station?
-Just a fight.

We took them both in to cool off.
They straightened out soon.

-Pretty quiet.

Couple of calls about noise.
Nothing much.

Who ordered all these pressure packs?
This is a mine, not a war.

-You did, doctor.
-I said 1 00. Not 1 ,000.

I said 1 00, which can't be mistaken
for anything except 1 00.

It doesn't sound remotely
Iike 1 ,000. Listen!

You'll hear what I mean.
One thousand.

One hundred.
Totally different.
You think they sound the same?
Who are you, anyway?

Are you Dr. Lazarus?
Two aspirins and call me in the morning.
Doctor joke. Are you the new marshal?

Yes. I'd like to talk to you.
I got an alibi. Four people will swear
we were playing poker.

I never heard that one before.
-That's really funny.

Yesterday, a man went into the
atmosphere without his pressure suit.

A couple of days before, another
man cut his suit open on purpose.

It happens here.
How often?
-I don't know. It just happens here.

I'm not a psychiatrist.
I can't tell you why.

Some people can't take it
here after awhile.

-Did you do autopsies?

Why not?
The Company wanted the bodies
shipped out quickly.

Secondly, when one exposes
himself to zero-pressure atmosphere. . .

. . .there isn't a lot to inspect.
In the third place,
you're becoming a nuisance.

Yes, I know.