Johnny, Daniel, Sam, and Joyce spend most of the episode exploring their Science Institute in the middle of the night. They locate a radio, a circuit breaker, a generator, a laboratory full of dead animals, and an office full of dead people. They try not to think about the last one. Instead, they go outside and fire up the generator and work on the radio. But the radio beacon has been knocked over by mysterious forces, so that's not going to work. There are some computers that have been shot full of bullet holes, but Daniel gets one of them to work so they can watch footage of a 1927 expedition to Tunguska. It's run by the guy who wrote Miljan's journal!
Back at the camp, Miljan has some worrying revelations, starting with the fact that he kidnapped Irene because the voices in his head told him to. And he handed her over to "them," and he doesn't know who "they" are. But he's pretty sure they're going to kill everybody. Sabina and Neeko are surprisingly uninterested in all this, possibly because they've had it with him. They put torches around the camp, but mysterious kangaroo-footed forces put them out. Sabina finally gets around to solving the riddle about where the rifle was hidden, so that's good news.
Unfortunately, Miljan has decided to be a michievous little imp, and he reveals that Neeko still has some food hidden from back when Joyce showed him the food that Johnny had allegedly stolen from the food shed. And just when Sabina is getting angry at Neeko, there's a noise outside their cabin. And do you know what's out there? A bunch of people in winter clothing carrying guns! And they have kangaroo-foot shoes, so they appear to have been responsible for much of what's been going on. They take Sabina's newfound rifle, and they don't seem all that friendly.
Previously: loud noises! Johnny decides the noises were "just the wind." So, never mind! Daniel brings Sam a blanket and Johnny checks the light switch. There's no power and obviously no phone. There's something that looks like it might be a radio, but it's not plugged in. But we just established there's no power, so what difference would it make if it were plugged in? None, that's how much. Sam and Joyce are all relatively comfortable, so Daniel and Johnny go looking for stuff. Their primary goal is some means of communication with the outside world.
It's dark, so they make the camera operator turn on his light. They find a large industrial vehicle of some sort and a closet with flashlights and monitors. Johnny won't shut up about how much he wants to find a radio. Daniel checks another door, but it's locked. They seem confused by the idea of a locked door in a Science Institute. There's a label on the door, but it's in Russian. When Daniel suggests that maybe Sam could read it, Johnny shushes him so he can listen.
Back to the camp! Neeko is walking out into the woods, calling for Annie. He does this sort of thing a lot. Sabina tells him they need to protect themselves. I think if he really wanted to find Annie and Esther, he would have followed the not-kangaroo tracks that led away from Natalie's body. The argument between Neeko and Sabina gets cut short by a mysterious noise from the woods, along with some screeching. Sabina hustles them into a cabin, because everybody knows that abominable snowmen can't open doors. Sabina says they need to find the rifle, which Neeko objects to on the grounds that they already looked for it. Yeah, but they didn't find it! I thought it was weird that they just gave up right away. Sabina takes an archery stance as the door opens. It's Miljan! And he says, "They took her."
Back to Johnny and Daniel: they come back to Joyce and Sam, and it is pitch black. It was daylight when they arrived at the Science Institute, so I guess they just lounged around until dark, then decided to go exploring. That's a good plan, right? Johnny says they found a locked door, but Joyce has not stumbled on any keys. In the dark room where they left her, I don't think she's likely to find anything. It finally occurs to Johnny that there's no power, so a radio might not even work. Daniel says that it'll be battery-powered. I already didn't know why they'd decided there had to be a radio somewhere, and now I don't know why they're so certain there's a battery-powered radio with enough juice to contact the outside world. Guys, you're in Siberia; you could be a long, long way from anyone. Johnny and Daniel set out again, making this scene a complete waste of time.