Back to the bar, where the soldiers are ordered to tear the place apart to find the ledger, while Jim tells Josh this is his last day working at the bar. Josh starts multiple-punch-deservingly arguing about how his parents are always on him to take more responsibility and now they don't like the job he got. Jim says it's more that he didn't talk to them about it first, and Josh says they would have just shot it down, and if I'd ever talked to my dad like this he'd have just shot ME period, and Josh thankfully stomps off screen.
A soldier, Curran, comes up to Jim to say they didn't find the ledger after searching for thirty seconds, and then Reynolds shows up with a bloodied nose, saying Boylan ran, and he had help. So Curran, Jim and Taylor are back into the military transport to chase Boylan's signal, while checking back in with Wash back at Terra Nova -- where we see her not actually doing the scanning she says she's doing but instead sitting with a smirking Boylan who's stuffing his face with some kind of food.
It's when Taylor, Jim and Curran get out to try to track the now-stationary signal that Taylor confronts Curran that he owed money to Foster. "Now you look me in the eye and tell me you didn't kill Foster," says Taylor. Foster does that, unconvincingly, but Taylor doesn't buy it. Curran finally twigs that the Boylan arrest was staged. So why didn't they just do this inside the gates? Why, so a furious Taylor can kick the living shit of Curran (who tries to shoot Taylor but turns out to have an empty weapon -- what kind of terrible soldier doesn't check his weapon to make sure it's loaded?), find the ledger he stole from the bar, and abandon him in the wilderness. "I get a court martial!" he says. "You just had one," says Taylor, and then he and Jim both point their guns at Curran and send him off to die. Good thing they learned a lesson about the dangers of frontier justice, hey? Also: shouldn't it concern these idiots that banishment is a great recruitment opportunity for the Sixers?
"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.