Later Kendal and Shepard are interrogating Wallace, who claims to have been operating on orders from a higher authority. "You guys are all dead. All of you." I seem to remember Stern saying something like that in the pilot. And look what happened to him.
Cortez puts her name up on the stay list, which is now longer but still much shorter than the go list. Reynolds from the pilot adds her name as well. As does Brannan, vowing to Cortez not to leave anyone behind. Again.
Shepard, meanwhile, is working on the COB, who says Chaplin already knows he's lost. "You put your name on that go list, this thing is over," Shepard says. Don't do it." Prosser isn't about to give up his "front row seats to the end of the world," and vows to personally paddle Shepard, Kendal, and Chaplin to their treason trial. That should be fun after the end of the world. Also, I wonder how Prosser thinks that treason trial is going to play out when the prosecution has a big list of names who literally signed their names to it and his is among them.
On the conn, Kendal quietly goes to Cahill and asks if there have been any secret messages lately. After Cahill's guilty look, we're suddenly in the monitoring station, watching a video of Secretary of Defense Curry ordering someone to take out Chaplin and Kendal and either seize or scuttle the Colorado. Cahill confesses to Chaplin that he got it yesterday and didn't know what to do. Chaplin dismisses Cahill, and Shepard reports that the same message has shown up in five family-grams and she wants to do some checking. Chaplin's fine with that, but insists they're still running today's drill, as planned. What could go wrong, after all? Five times?
Kendal sits down in front of the video camera operated by Sophie, who promises she can get the tape off the island without saying how. Kendal starts by telling his wife that there's something she needs to know.
Cut to Sophie at Julian's place, where he's taken delivery of a big box of crap that her geologist ex-boyfriend apparently ordered before bugging out. Julian explains that certain minerals and chemicals are going to be mined for billions of dollars over the next ten years, and if there are any on the island he wants a piece of that action. She tries to demur, but Julian insists that he owes her. No sooner has she carried crate of stuff out of there than Julian turns around to find himself not alone; King and another SEAL are in there with him, armed, and they want the morphine back. Julian's pretty accommodating when he's outgunned and outnumbered, as it turns out.