At the bar, the other two ambulatory SEALs show up and tell King that they're leaving the island. King isn't ready to go yet, nor is he ready to let them take Langston's body. In fact, he fights them to stop them getting to the fridge. Even though he loses, badly, the other two SEALS give it up as a bad job while Tani comes around the bar to help a badly beaten King. Not sure she'd be so solicitous if he'd broken her bar.
Back at Chez Sinclair, Papa Sinclair finds his daughter asleep on his living room couch. He says he's proud of how hard she worked on Perseus, but this is out of her league now. She continues to pretend to agree, and after he returns to bed, Christine's angry diatribe at the news cameras comes on the screen. Kylie smiles at it like she may have just found an ally. Not a powerful one, by any means, but it seems like all the powerful people she knows are either working against her or skulking around in parking garages.
Cortez visits Chaplin in his quarters and confesses that Julian made them choose who would die, and Brannan chose Redman. "If he hadn't, it would have been all three of us," she says. "So you let a time bomb fester on my boat," Chaplin says calmly. Cortez says she was worried about what the crew would think of Brannan if the truth was known. Well, I don't think that's an issue any more.Morning on the island. King is digging a grave for Langston somewhere overlooking the ocean, and takes a moment to extol the view to his dead buddy. "It ain't Arlington, though. You deserve Arlington." What he deserves, King, is a grave deeper than the three-footer you're about to roll him into.