The storm begins to fade. The molten amber of the sky gives way to gray. The Doctor gasps and sits upright. In the yogurt room, Rory and Amy are lying unconscious on the floor. They went there from the monitoring station for some reason, I guess? The two stir. Rory: "For want of a better word: owww." Heh.
Meanwhile, the Doctor has found Cleaves standing outside, looking rather lost. She apologizes and admits she was wrong not to listen to the Doctor. As they head back inside together, the Doctor figures they've been out for an hour, although to Cleaves it felt like only a minute or two. The Doctor is very doom-and-gloom about how much can go wrong in an hour, which elicits a funny little sigh from Cleaves. She's only known him for a few scenes and she's already exasperated.
Amy and Rory run to the control room. Jimmy and Dicken are helping a shaken Buzz out of his harness. Jennifer is sitting in a corner of the room, sobbing. Rory goes to her. "It hurt so much," she says, wide-eyed. He hugs her and comforts her. She says she couldn't get out of her harness and thought she was going to die. Rory hugs her again while Amy looks on with a proud smile. The Doctor runs in with Cleaves. Amy, believing everyone in the room to be real people, wonders where the gangers are. Cleaves says they would have reverted to Flesh when the power went out. To prove her wrong, Dusty Springfield begins to sing from somewhere in the monastery. The gangers are holding a karaoke contest!
Everyone heads for the dining hall. Clothes have been strewn all over the floor. A dining table is in disarray. "This is just like the Isle of Sheppey," Buzz says. The Doctor takes a seat at the table. In front of him are the beginnings of a house of cards. "Seems the storm has animated your gangers," he says. Cleaves is indignant that the gangers have ransacked the place and gone through their things, but the Doctor mildly points out that these are the gangers' things, as well. When they came to, they went there looking for answers. The Doctor calls it their lives, but Cleaves sees them as stolen lives. The Doctor begs to differ: "You poured in your memories, your personalities, emotions, traits, memories, secrets, everything. You gave them your lives - human lives are amazing - and you're surprised they walked off with them?" The Doctor seems quite tickled, but Buzz reminds them again of the Isle of Sheppey. After an electric shock, a ganger killed his operator. Jimmy tries to get some reassurance from his boss that the gangers can't live without their operators being "plumbed in," but Cleaves is starting to have her doubts. Jennifer suddenly feels sick and makes a run for the washroom. Rory goes after her. Dicken sneezes beside Amy; nobody sneezes on TV without a reason so I'm making note of it. Buzz is looking at the house of cards and getting upset because his ganger apparently made it. He gets more upset when the Doctor reminds him that the ganger shares all his memories. On top of that, he's scared, disoriented. Buzz knocks the cards over.