Kendal finds himself back home with Christine, who's got dinner on the table and is acting happy to see him, but accuses him of not wanting her to find out about that desk job Chaplin offered him in the pilot. He denies it and admits he wants his own command, but she wonders why he doesn't trust her. "I don't trust myself," he says. "Well, you shouldn't," she agrees. "And you shouldn't trust him." This last is directed at McClure, who is literally returning to the control room while Kendal figuratively does. The two of them manage to get Sophie into a chair and Kendal spots the bleeding puncture on her arm. And then the gun concealed in McClure's arm sling. His guilt-induced visions of Christine are proving helpful after all. Acting like he just needs his memory refreshed, Kendal quizzes McClure a bit more, and trips him up by getting him to say he reports to a guy who got promoted last month. So now it's on, as Kendal attacks the fake McClure and tries to grab his gun while Sophie begins to come around. They both get pretty bloody, but Kendal ends up holding the gun and demanding to know who McClure really is. Sophie wakes up enough to ask Kendal what he's doing, and while ripping off some duct tape, he tells Sophie, "I'll fix everything. You'll see, Christine." He promises to be home soon, and moments later McClure is duct-taped to a chair, with Kendal administering a none-too-gentle interrogation.
And then we're back to four hours after, when the population of the control room still includes Julian, Hopper, Sophie, some guards and McClure, who just whomped Julian at Hangman (Note to self: remember to make people guess "gypsy") while impatiently waiting for Sophie to get the systems back up. Which she quickly does, almost, but she has to reset the antenna downstairs. McClure sends one of his guards with her, and tells Julian that Sophie's dead as soon as she's done. Julian protests and is clearly very upset about this due to his enduring crush on Sophie, but he gets slapped into silence as McClure tells him it's a long game. "Don't hang yourself on the first day." See what he did there? He tells his other men to get Hopper ready to move, and do it right this time so he doesn't break McClure's arm again.