A flock of geese flies by.
Miljan asks what it means that the radio was jammed. Sabina and Sam explain the basic concept of a signal jammer. Essentially, it means someone was jamming the signal. Johnny speculates that the production company could be screwing with them, and then some other group could be screwing with the production company. Sam wants to make sure there's proof of what happens to them and Johnny agrees on the theory that if the game breaks down, they can sue the production company. And this is important, because it gives Sam an excuse to tell the camera crew to keep filming so there's a record of everything. So that's going to be the justification for the camera crews still doing their jobs, although it seems like at least some of the camera operators have vanished.
And then! The Revealer horn starts up! That's interesting, because it's not clear who's controlling it. Johnny gets there first and finds an old-timey gas mask. That's a little worrying. Johnny demands to know if the game's still on, but the camera crew won't answer. He stomps around and throws a ladder and generally flips out. Then he directs his anger at the Revealer, which is a much better idea. Sam helps him knock it over and now everyone's trying to pop it open. Sam says the back is now revealed, which is not entirely accurate. I mean, it's revealed, but it was revealed before. It was the side Johnny was pushing on! Anyway, if the panic button doesn't work, I think they're within their rights to try to find out what else is in the Revealer. And the answer is: gears. Daniel claims that it works automatically and opens at preset times. No one's controlling it. There's a Russian label, which Sam translates as "Behavior/Reward Simulator Test Group C." That's not reassuring at all! I don't think anyone's pleased about that. I wonder if Test Groups A and B are more interesting.
Everyone sits around the fire and argues about what to do. Johnny wants to leave, although he doesn't explain how he wants to manage that. Sabina thinks they should stick around and find a way to defend themselves. In the cabin, Irene tells Daniel she wants to go home. So does he! He promises her that he won't let anything bad happen to her. He'll keep gangrene off of her leg with the power of True Love! Outside, Sam tells Esther that he believes she was expecting the helicopter to come. He's willing to forgive her if she asks. Hey, good for him! She says Irene won't forgive her, but Sam says that's not in Esther's power. That's a very understanding move by Sam. I like that he reached out to Esther here.