Back from commercials, Anjay goes running to Laurel to help him and Zach deal with Taylor. In the doorway of the Yellow girls' bunkhouse, the Council confronts Taylor (with Leila hanging around as well for some reason). Laurel hearkens back to her friendship and comfort to Taylor at the beginning, and Taylor blames Zach and Guylan for making it "torture" ever since they took over. Which was, you will recall, yesterday. Taylor tries to walk out, but Zach and Anjay hold the door shut, Zach calmly telling her she needs to stay. That's not cool. Taylor decides to go out the back instead. She's almost out before Anjay runs up to the door and slams it shut in front of her, leaning his body against it to hold it closed. Okay, over the line. Anjay knows it, too, which might explain the terrified grin he's sporting right now. "ANJAY!" Taylor screams at him, and kicks at his shins. Laurel wisely calls off Anjay and advises Taylor to "take a walk and cool off." And if Taylor accidentally walks to Albuquerque or something, so much the better. We see Taylor storming through the town, sobbing that she's going home. She's followed by Leila, who tells her, "Stop running away from people."
Having witnessed the scene from behind a dishwashing basin, DK interviews that this is no way to build a town. And since they still don't have any water, they're trying to wash the dishes in what has essentially become sludge. So DK decides that it's time for an all-town bucket brigade. Taylor and Leila watch through the window as what looks like every other kid in town volunteers to do the job that she refused to even start.
It must look like an ant colony from the air, with a nearly unbroken line of bucket-bearing kids leading from the town to the pump and back again. Laurel interviews that DK did a great job of bringing everyone together. Well, except for Taylor, who just watches. Again.