Oh, not to worry. Genuine enjoyment vanishes at the preposterous scene where Taylor takes his sweet time -- while the Empirosaurus is charging right towards them -- signaling for a soldier to hand him and Jim a couple of bows. Taylor says he assumes Jim knows how to use one, and I GUESS IT'S A GOOD THING JIM, WHO'D BEEN MISSING ALL DAY, SHOWED UP FOR YOUR PLAN TO WORK, and he tells Jim to shoot his flaming arrow "70 yards, no more" and then they do that, with Jim an ace shot despite, I'm assuming, not having had much chance to practice his archery during his years in prison.
The arrows land in a trench in front of the Empirosaurus, igniting something that sends up a wall of flame in front of it. The dinosaur screeches and thrashes but can't get through. Taylor notices something on the dinosaur's back, and figures out that someone has been hurting this massive beast, and deduces it must be the Sixers, and that this is a diversion and the Sixers are already inside. This would be despite the extra sentries Taylor had positioned on the fence? I guess. "Mira. She's after the box," says Taylor.
Over at Boylan's, the first chip -- for a biobed -- comes out of the machine just in time for Skye to arrive. She's out of breath, though, and Josh heads out to run the chip over to the infirmary.
So Taylor and Jim by themselves head over to the laboratory where, sure enough, they find someone stealing the box -- as well as a couple of muscle guys to beat the crap out of Taylor and Jim, at least until one of the thugs gets knocked out. The thief runs out of the lab with the box, and Jim heads after him, leaving Taylor to get into a knife fight with the remaining Sixer. In maybe the clunkiest line of the series this far -- and there have been some doozies -- Taylor's "Let's dance" has to rank right up there. Amusingly, Stephen Lang doesn't even bother to sell the line. His delivery has a distinct air of "screw it" to it.
Outside, Boylan's lighting up some sort of celebratory cigar -- he's earned it after his second episode in a row where he did something for the benefit of the colony instead of himself -- when he sees Jim chasing a Sixer across the path.
He hightails it over to the lab, where Taylor's still fighting the other thug -- until Boylan pulls a gun, an actual non-electric gun, on the Sixer, warning him that it may be an older model but it still works. The Sixer barely pauses before smiling and lunging for Taylor -- he clearly seems to be assuming that the Sixer-friendly Boylan won't shoot him -- and then Boylan fires, dropping the Sixer dead. Taylor grumbles that he had the guy right were he wanted him, but thanks Boylan anyway.