The gang resumes their exploration. The Doctor finds a computer screen, covered in spider webs and lush vines even though there doesn't seem to be much light to speak of. The Doctor looks through some schematics of the ship and says he needs to get down to the engines. He, along with Rory and Brian, are teleported in a flash of light onto a gray, windswept beach. Brian's had just about enough of all this sci-fi craziness and storms off to have a moment. "Is he all right?" the Doctor asks. "No, he hates traveling," Rory says. "Makes him really anxious." Rory notices that the beach appears to be humming, so the Doctor advises them to dig. Luckily, Brian happens to have a little folding trowel with him like it's the most normal thing in the world. He soon uncovers a metal floor beneath the sand.
Our unknown observer watches the scene through his monitor. He hears Rory say "Doctor" and gets all excited. "Did you hear that? A doctor! After all this time. Bring them to me." Only his shadow can be seen at this point. They played so coy with revealing this character that I thought it would turn out to be someone from the Doctor's past, but no. It's just some random villain.
Nefi, Amy and Riddell are left to explore the ship on their own. Amy snarks at Riddell when he drinks from a flask. "I don't take orders from females," he says. "Then learn," Nefi says. "Any man who speaks to me like that, I execute." At this point, Nefi reveals her full name and title to the others. Riddell has enough sense to be awed and Amy is similarly starstruck. They realize they've just walked into a room full of dozing tyrannosaurs and nests full of eggs. Riddell makes a big show of stepping over one of the tyrannosaurs. "Who are you anyway?" Amy asks. "John Riddell, big game hunter of the African plains," he says. Does it seem odd that the Doctor would be such good buddies with someone who shoots rhinos for fun? "And you, Amy, are you also a queen?" Nefi asks. "Yes. Yes, I am," Amy says. Heh. I like Amy when she's not berating or slapping people.
The Doctor finds a computer screen in one of the rocks and realizes they're still on the ship. The beach is the engine room that the Doctor had voiced wanting to see earlier. "Hydro-generators!" the Doctor cries in glee. His giddiness is cut short when a flock of pterodactyls descends on them. There's some Doctor-babble about why they can't just teleport away, so they scamper into a nearby cave. Two rickety robots clank towards them, their metallic joints fizzing and popping. "We're very cross with you," one robot says to them in a snitty little voice.