Daniel voiceovers that you don't know people until you see them in a crisis. And he wants to believe that people are good. This segues into Johnny revelation that he has a lighter. People are a little disbelieving about that, but he figures he might as well share the technology at this point. So he lights the fire… and then Sabina runs up and throws a bucket of water over it. She tells them that they don't know what's out there in the woods, and it's a bad idea to advertise their location. She could have expressed this opinion a few hours ago and saved everyone the trouble of getting all this wood. And does she really think their location is a secret? The Revealer keeps emitting huge howling noises every few days! And a helicopter landed just around the corner when the game started; wouldn't the imaginary enemies have noticed that? But everyone agrees that they can't start a signal fire and that's that.
Irene is still alive, although she's trembling. Annie peels back the bandage and says it's getting worse. She thinks it's infected, although it actually looks pretty good to me. I will take her word for it, though, since it certainly should be infected. Irene suddenly site bolt upright and emits some nonsense syllables! She slows it down enough to say, "I'm so sorry." Daniel gets her to lie down, and she asks if the helicopters are coming. He assures her they'll be here in a day or two. She tells him he's not a very good liar.
In the other camp, Sam is reading Miljan's notebook. Johnny doesn't think they can just walk in a random direction, but he also doesn't want to stay here. Neeko suggests that whoever took the rifle admit it. Sabina says she has the bullets. And she's not remotely sorry about it, either. But there's no rifle.
Daniel tells a sad story about the time some guys jumped him and his girlfriend. He ran and his girlfriend got stabbed six times. So now he needs to prove to Irene and to himself that he's worthy and good.
Annie takes the scythe and carves Natalie's name on the cabin wall. I'm not convinced Natalie's really gone. I mean, if the helicopters don't come when the button's pushed, she's still here somewhere, right?
Daniel is out in the woods, being sad. Then he pulls himself together and walks a few feet and sees something in the distance. It's a flashing red light on a hill! How convenient! It's a little strange that this is the first anyone's noticed it, since they've been out at night a lot and a giant flashing red light is hard to miss when it's the only electric light for hundreds of miles in any direction.