Back from ads, the Colorado cruises as quietly as it can, dodging depth charges the whole way. Cut to the beach, where Sophie and her boyfriend crouch over a campfire. He tells her in French that they'll have to leave with the tide in thirty minutes. Sophie gets up and goes, but not to their boat.
Marcus directs the Colorado toward an underwater canyon. Kendal points out that they can't hide in there forever, not least because there are only 27 minutes on the clock. "We're going through," Chaplin insists. And we see the sub entering a crack barely wider than itself.
King finds Tani lying on the ground in the woods and apologizes for her dad not hating him more, like she was clearly hoping. He admits that it's not the first time he's been brought home to piss off fathers. Tani delivers her second major buzzkill of this outing by revealing that they're at her mother's grave, and that when she got sick her dad insisted on local medicine rather than taking her home to Australia. So, you know, Tani has a reason to be bitter. If only we had a reason to be watching this. She was hoping her brother would be able to get him away when he got older, but it doesn't look like that's going to happen now. King tells her she doesn't have to stay. So she leaves the scene.
Robert gets a somewhat scary-looking visitor in his office who asks, "Do you know who I am?" He's glad that Robert does. "Then this won't take long." Why is anyone even worried about time in this version of Washington? It always seems to be the middle of the night there anyway.
As proof, Kylie comes out of the shower in the apartment, thinking (or hoping) that the noises she's hearing are Robert. But the place is empty. And, aside from a few bricks of cash, so is her safe. Oh no, someone stole the one schematic of the Perseus prototype, and if it falls into the wrong hands, there'll be nothing to stop them from figuring out how to make the damn thing work properly!
Tani is still leading King through the jungle, as King says girls used to think they could fix him, but only one came close. "U.S. Navy. We're going through a bit of a rough patch now." Tani says they're in the spot designated for her brother's ritual -- a waterfall, into which she dives after stripping off her dress. King follows her fearlessly. Well, that doesn't look like such a taxing ritual. It looks like they're going to make out there in the water, but Tani says nothing good ever lasts long, and proves it by swimming away, saying it's a long walk back. If only they had a boat.