All part of Mudd’s diabolical plan. Not really, but he is the only variable we know for now.
Does dear old Harry really have diabolical plans, though, or does he try to scramble to his advantage in front of whatever circumstances are available, only to have it blow up on him when his erstwhile pawns take their own advantage of the situation? Even at his most “evil” (in “Mudd’s Women”) there was a haplessness about Harry.
I agree, I don’t see him as malicious, nor his plans being particularly complicated. He is just opportunistic, and easily at a loss when things get messy. Even in the earlier comic, “Weapons of Mass Destruction,” his jaded acceptance of murder after the fact pushes what I would expect from him, but his casual assumption that the other party would abide by their part of the deal does fit.
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