Chaplin wakes up with a syringe in his chest and the sound of feet running away from him on the metal deck. Are we supposed to believe that Jeffrey came through for him somehow? Whatever the case, the red air gauges are now all back in the green, so the mystery savior appears to have covered all the bases. Chaplin makes his way back through the sailor-littered corridors to the conn, where the only sign of life is Kendal's voice on the radio. Chaplin responds and calmly and competently says they're five miles out and waiting for the crew to wake up and for an all-clear on the island before they return. Kendal says it's under control, aside from how two of the SEALs are dead. But at least they have names now, not that I'm going to bother repeating them.
Out on the roof, King asks Hopper why the invaders wanted them, which Hoper thinks is a pretty dumb question given that they were the only ones who saw how things went down in Pakistan. "All I know is we killed a guy we were sent in to save. Still don't know why," King says. So his reticence with the Colorado crew is sincere and not just the product of bloody-mindedness? Hopper says the mission directive got changed from extraction to elimination. "I wasn't given new orders," King says, but Hopper says he was. And look what happened.
On the boat, Shepard offers to give Chaplin a ride back to the beach, but he'd rather hang back and shave first. She leaves him alone in his quarters, and when he removes his outer shirt, he sees an empty clip hanging from his neck. This is a very upsetting sight to him for some reason, and I think I know what it is. Don't worry, it's nothing along the lines of a top that won't stop spinning.
Back on the island, Kendal reports to Chaplin in person that Julian was the BZ delivery agent, although he doesn't know how he got it. Chaplin suggests asking McClure that if he survives his gunshot wound, and wonders how anyone was able to contact Julian to set up the attack in the first place. Kendal thinks maybe Julian has a radio or a sat phone, but Chaplin suspects a mole in their crew. He doesn't know who, "but when I was unconscious, someone took my firing key. We now have no nuclear launch capabilities." Kendal wonders why they're still alive with no defense, and Chaplin doesn't really care; "Either way, we have to find the key." Yeah, start asking around. Chaplin comments on Kendal's head wound, which Kendal says he doesn't remember much. "It'll come back to you," Chaplin says. "Most of it, at least."