"Think he'll survive out there, on his own?" Jim says, like he's got ANY kind of conscience, and Taylor says "I did. It can be done." Regardless, he's not losing any sleep over it.
Let's wrap this up quick! Jim and Taylor creepily peep at Milner and Rebecca all giggly and in love again, and then thank Boylan for going along with their Rube Goldberg-esque sting, and he says it's the last time he'll do anything for free, and then Jim has a heart-to-heart with his son and winds up saying it's OK for his son to continue working in the bar that has illegal gambling going on that's so serious THAT SOMEONE WAS MURDERED OVER IT.
Anyway, Josh shows up just outside the gates to meet with Boylan, who's not pleased to see Skye accompany him, but she weasels in by pointing out Josh has a better chance of making it back alive with her. Boylan gives them a gun and a map and tells them to meet Mira just outside the perimeter gates.
Fortunately, they've chosen to go through the jungle at a time when all the human-eating dinosaurs are asleep, and then they're jumped by the Sixers, and Mira extorts a promise from Josh to help her at some future time in return for getting Kara over. Skye shakes her head, but Josh agrees to it, without even asking what kind of favor it might be.
And then back at the Shannon house the baby ankylosaur hatches and Zoe wants to keep him and so does Jim and I hope that the season finale features a grown-up dinosaur bludgeoning them to death with its club for a tail.
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