Another depth charge rocks the sub, and Jesse tells him they can't fight a Kraken with only one or even three torpedoes, that they need to break contact and find a way around. But Queeg ignores her to tell Garvin to turn on the sonar: "One ping only." The sonar reveals there's a torpedo on its way, so Queeg tells the chief to put a thirty-second fuse on the torpedo and to have it match their speed and bearing after breakaway. He's unsure, but Jesse tells him to go ahead, so he does so.
And Queeg hammers on the controls, sending the sub diving to, he tells them, 728 metres. "Crush depth!" she says. "To the edge of crush depth," clarifies Queeg, explaining that the Kraken won't be able to follow, and the sonar will reflect off the "thermocline layer," so they'll be invisible, Jesse realizes. The chief complains that if Queeg's off by even a millimetre for even a fraction of a second, they'll be dead, but Jesse confidently says he won't be: "This is what he does." Garvin reports two detonations, the two torpedoes. "And now we roll over, stick out our tongue, and hold our breath," says Jesse. The sub plunges and levels off at exactly 729.8 metres. "You may return to your duty stations, now," he says, but nobody moves. Jesse snaps, "What, you've never been twenty centimetres from your maker before? Move!" and they scatter. She leans in to Queeg and says when he's done skating over their deaths, she's got a question for him: "Why are we three hundred miles off course?" Queeg doesn't answer, but the reason better not have anything to do with the Dharma Initiative.
Sarah's in the garage examining the spare terminator parts when John comes in. "We were using it for research," he says, and she angrily orders him not to make excuses for her or to cover for her. She'd much rather have found his porno stash, you can tell. He tries to tell her he knew about the parts, but she's not talking about that; she's talking about Riley. "There's nothing to talk about, is there? Because Riley's dead," he says, sullenly, and she asks him what he thinks about that. He says he'll figure it out, but she says they both know what happened. He tells her Cameron didn't do it, but she doesn't believe him.