Then we get a whole lot of male moanin' -- Milner talks about how much he loves Rebecca and how stupid he feels that she used him. And then when Jim presents Taylor with the evidence, Taylor does some speechifyin' of his own about Memorial Field which is where everyone is buried -- but never before for a murder. The bylaw says the punishment for that is banishment. "Out there?" says Jim, and can I just ask Jim WHERE THE HELL ELSE WOULD YOU BANISH SOMEONE, and yes, the banishment would be out there. Taylor's got the option to commute it to imprisonment, though. Anyway, he's off to bury a soldier and think on his decision.
And then it's the moping champ, Josh, who whines to Skye that to get Kara back he's got to go outside the gates and meet with Mira. Skye's all, "The leader of the Sixers?" for anyone who doesn't know. She thinks it's too dangerous and he starts monotoning about how three people killed themselves in his junior class because "nothing means anything" back in 2149. Anyway, he's got no choice, he figures, and Skye then invites herself along for the ride.
Taylor and Washington lead the funeral march through the paths of the colony, residents coming out on their porches to watch. Later, after supper, Elisabeth calls it a quite moving, sad procession. Then Jim talks about how great it is that there's going to be no trial, which shocks Elisabeth. But this is one of the shows where cops are all great and the hard work they do is undone by scumbag lawyers, instead of one of the shows where lawyers are all hard-working justice warriors whose jobs are made more difficult by lazy, incompetent cops. Some third-grade level debate happens on frontier justice, because Elizabeth thinks there should be a trial and just maybe the colony should show some mercy. Jim points out that he was in prison for three years and mercy wasn't the first word that came to mind. Let me get this straight: the world you guys fucked up by the year 2149 had a cruel justice system, so that's why Milner shouldn't have a trial? Is that REALLY a persuasive point, Jim? He shouts at her that he'd rather have been given a chance in the wilderness with a gun than a shell, and then she's apologizing FOR WHAT REASON I HAVE NO IDEA and he bitches that she's making it sound like he beat the confession out of Milner, which she didn't at all. How old is Jim? Thirteen? Anyway, she stomps off, pointing out that it's not like people never have reasons to falsely confess.