Awakened by a noise in her house, Christine starts stalking the darkened rooms with the gun pulled from her side table drawer. But the weapon is not at all intimidating to her intruder: Kylie Sinclair. She introduces herself, and offers to prove that Kendal was set up by the government. Christine offers her some coffee. How trusting is the XO's wife, anyway?
The Colorado remains underwater, now searching the sonar array, even though King's air reserves are three and a half minutes in the red. Prosser shares with Shepard a story of an old drinking buddy he offered ten bucks to for every minute he kept his head underwater, only to end up fifty bucks poorer. He was a SEAL, of course. Just then Sophie and Cameron hear tapping, weakly, and they close in on the Morse code message in obvious relief. "What's he saying?" Shepard asks. "You don't want to know, ma'am," Cameron grins. King stops tapping, just as the Colorado appears behind him. Snap it up, chumps, unless you plan to beam him aboard.
Kylie is explaining to Christine about her prototype on the Colorado and how it magically records and transmits data to a drive that has since been "stolen by a secret cabal as part of a government cover-up." Christine believes her, and Kylie says she plans to flush them all out, but "my access is a bit limited at the moment." Thus she wants Christine needs to make some noise, which Kylie indicates by opening the shades on the news vans still camped outside. Kylie's all ready to launch into a persuasive speech, but Christine is already in. There's only one favor she wants in return, and it has to do with Paul Wells, who Christine says has been so great. "But he's a government agent, sent to spy on me and turn me against Sam." Aw, Christine, you rule. Kylie asks how she knows this, and Christine says "the other woman always knows." By which she means that Kendal's really married to his country and wouldn't betray it for anything. "Not for anything. Not even me." Even though it's kind of being a bitch lately?