In the acid room, the Doctor runs into the other gangers. "Hello!" He gives them a big smile. "How are we all getting on?" The gangers are suspicious. I, too, am suspicious of friendly people. The Doctor suggests they all work together and they must find this amenable, as the next thing we see is the gangers following him through the monastery. They're all in their fully human forms now, something that the Doctor advises them to try to maintain for the benefit of the others. Cleaves peers out of the shadows, watching them. Her ganger self senses her in some way and stops. Cleaves ducks back into the shadows as Almost-Cleaves turns her head all the way around to look behind her. That's going to come in so handy for parallel parking.
In the dining hall, everyone's questioning Jennifer about original Jennifer. She swears she hasn't seen her. She tries to make a case for being as much Jennifer as the other one, but Jimmy and the others aren't buying it. Even Amy is wary. "We don't really know anything about them yet," she says to Rory. "Well, I know that she's afraid," he says, "and she needs our help." Amy starts to protest, but Rory holds up his hand. About this time, the Doctor walks in with the gangers. Gangers and originals are equally weirded out by their mirror images. "Before we do anything," begins the Doctor, sounding very serious, "I have one very important question: Has anybody got a pair of shoes I could borrow?" A wide size 10, if you were wondering. Everyone gapes at this strange, unshod man.
Meanwhile, original Cleaves is in the locker room, gathering bits of equipment, sounding very bitter about the Doctor trying to make friends.
When we return to the dining hall, someone has found the Doctor a pair of boots. "These are not merely copies," he says of the yogurt spawn. "The storm has hardwired them! They are becoming people." "Rubbish," says Dicken with a hearty sneeze. "Bless you," says ganger Dicken. The Doctor gets them all feeling pretty optimistic about things and promises to take them all off the island once the TARDIS is out of the acid pool. But there's a problem: Both Jimmys want to get home to their son's birthday party. In the background, Jennifer and Rory are holding hands. At one point, she apparently squeezes his hand too hard and he has to physically loosen her fingers a bit. The Jimmys head off together in a spirit of cooperation to find the original Jennifer and Cleaves. The Doctor is pleased as punch at this development, but then the original Cleaves shows up to pee on everybody's parade. "This circus has gone on long enough!" she growls, having some kind of electrical device at the gathering. "Oh great," sighs her Flesh counterpart. "That is so typically me." The original Cleaves aims to zap the gangers, who to her are "it" and "monsters." Ganger-Buzz rushes at her and she zaps him. He falls and the Doctor runs to his side. "You stopped his heart," he says. "He had a heart! Aorta, valves - a real human heart! And you stopped it!"