She growls, the Queen, and they all head down the corridor, wherever they are that she randomly found them, and Amy remembers fuckin' five seconds ago when she left herself that message, and it's all very tense, and meanwhile the Winders and librarian-looking dudes are putting all kinds of "protocols" into place and I mean, if you haven't by this point figured out Concept #1110 of this week, which is that the living regent Liz 10 herself is in charge of all this and clearly has pressed one or more FORGET buttons in her past so this whole thing -- like every other scene -- is useless and pointless in pursuit of the final two or three VERY MEANINGFUL SCENES, then congratulations: You're exactly as fucking stupid as this episode needs you to be.
At some point in the identical cheap sets that they keep tromping through again and again like they're going somewhere and not just playing Scooby Doo with that same vase flashing by, Amy points out the interesting but apparently heretofore discountable fact that previously, there was a huge fucking hole in the ground and there was a giant tentacle poking up and trying to grab her and waving around and being generally surprising. Liz 10 is sort of surprised, but cockface Doctor is like, "Duh, that's totally what we're here for, because this monster is invading all the whatever of this ship and it's like tree roots but with tentacles" and whatever nonsense that nobody could possibly know. Liz and Doc get very angry because somebody is feeding some bodies to it, and they continue to mosey down those same identical halls but like slightly faster.
Amy has some memories about how she specifically told herself not to do this, but then she does. The Doctor is sex on a stick so it's easy to blow off. Then they go to Liz's stupid place with a million water glasses -- Winders initiating all sorts of needlessly portentous protocols as they watch on video -- and how come she has all these water glasses? How much more would I respect it if she just said, "Lends a certain air to the place," but instead she gays it up about how "every single day" her "government" is up to something, and for some reason she can't fucking work it out and deal with it. I don't blame her. There's literally no reason for the Smilers, or the Winders, or the "vators" or the tentacles or anything, beyond "this might be kickass" -ness, so I can see why the Queen would be a bit bewildered.