Neeko tells Irene the away team will bring help, which Miljan thinks is stupid. He already thinks it's time to put Irene out of her misery, which nobody else is willing to put up with. Neeko accuses Miljan of wanting to play God. His plan is to sit and wait for the others to come back. I don't think they have enough food to wait out the winter. In fact, they might not have enough food to last a day.
Sam is having trouble getting through the deep snow. The team gets to a clearing and they can see the beacon in the distance. It looks just as far away as it ever did, and there's some forest in the way. Johnny insists that they keep moving. He thinks that if they make it by night, they'll be all right. I don't know what he expects to find when they get there. He apparently believes that radio beacons normally have bed-and-breakfasts attached. Maybe they should have brought that radio from the producers' camp so they could hook it up to a giant transmitter or something.
Sabina comes into the cabin dressed in winter clothing and carrying bags of supplies. Esther gets angry at her for having all this stuff and starts shouting at her. Lady, I can understand being a little mad, but Sabina's going to save your life with these supplies, so lay off a little. Neeko gets Esther to shut up a little. Sabina explains that she was going to win the game by stealing supplies from the cabins and hiding it all in a cave. Esther is, of course, angry at this.
But Sabina's decided the game is irrelevant, so it's time to share the loot. Sabina doesn't have extra winter clothes, but she says there are some at the producers' base camp. Oh! They could use snow shoes! I know they have some because they keep being used as scene breaks. They're stuck up on the walls like it's a TGI Friday's or something.
Sam looks like he was not physically ready for a long walk through knee-deep snow. And now the expedition is stopped by a river! It's not frozen solid, so they can't get across. Johnny suggests they walk along the bank and hope to find a narrow spot, This seems like a lot of work to reach something that has no guarantee of being any help.
Irene is lucid now, although she mostly just talks about how grateful she is to Annie. She makes Annie tell her about the prayer she said, and it turns out that Annie used to be Catholic, but now she doesn't believe in God. I don't care about either side of that revelation, but both of them act like it's a big deal. Annie thinks that the things that have happened to them somehow prove there's a God. She does not explain her reasoning.