Over in the infirmary, Malcolm's arrived to ask Elisabeth to set the ankylosaurus free into the wild, before it's too old to adapt to whatever skills it's going to need out there or whatever. He knows why she's stalling, but she agrees to talk to Zoe and arranges for the ankylosaurus to hang out for just one more day.
Meanwhile, Skye is skulking around, and when Elisabeth asks her why she's there when she's not on shift until tonight, she blurts out some "forgot my ID in my locker" excuse, while acting over-the-top shifty and ridiculous, but it never occurs to Elisabeth that something's going on with Skye. Anyway, she's stolen some sort of medical spray with magical healing properties that she sprays on her slashed palm.
Back in the construction site, Abbott and Costello have searched the place and there's no Sixer sympathizer there. Jim's trying to draw the blood sample out of the paint sealant before it dissolves further. But he botches that, and it starts to spread throughout the container.
So Jim arrives at the infirmary, where Elisabeth has just broken the news to a downcast Zoe that her stupid wild dinosaur is going to have to go back into the wild. She suggests Zoe go spend some time with "Hank" and Zoe snarls that "His name is Boxer!" and runs off.
Anyway, Jim's got the sealant and he tells Elisabeth that there may be some DNA in there and he needs her help. She bursts out laughing when he tells her it's just one drop, because isolating that would be really difficult. "I'm a doctor, not a chemist!" she says, and Jim looks SURPRISED by this. Or maybe he doesn't know what a chemist is.
Out in the jungle, Taylor chats up Mira by asking how it was that she got so many of her people over on the Sixth Pilgrimage, and Mira says something about her employers having deep pockets. "They gamed the lottery. I thought so," he says. She says the job was only supposed to take six months, but then Taylor caught on, and she has yet to get back to 2149. Question: is it always still just 2149 back in present day? That... doesn't seem right. Anyway, the rationalization starts, with Mira explaining -- not that she's apologizing, mind you -- that her daughter got patch lung and no one's going to hire an ex-con or send her back on the pilgrimage. Unless you hire an ex-con expressly TO go back on the pilgrimage for your own nefarious purposes.
Taylor's almost worked through the rope around his wrists -- and given that his hands are behind his back, it's really unfortunate that Mira hasn't noticed him SAWING THROUGH THE ROPE -- and he takes advantage of a momentary distraction to hide, only to pop back out and beat Mira up a little bit, taking her gun and knife. Now it's her turn to march, back to her rover, and then he's taking her back to the Terra Nova brig. Because it may be important, Mira's got some sort of scar art on her chest: two sets of three horizontal lines separated by two dots with a vertical line over the whole thing.