So they see Shannon, who pretends -- with Malcolm's help -- to be mostly deaf and shell-shocked, and in need of crutches. Lucas tries questioning him anyway, about where Taylor is, and Jim stonewalls him by "pretending" to be dumb. Lucas is completely fooled and Jim can't even wait to make sure that all the bad guys are out of the lab before smirking about what a genius he is, and then he bumps into Mira who looks suspicious, but doesn't do anything.
The next day, Lucas is fixing himself a little drink, earning a withering "little early, isn't it?" from Mira that he ignores. Shadowy 2149 boss comes in to say that everything's going smoothly in 2149 where the story in the media is of a "containment breach" at Hope Plaza, and that'll take years to clean up the radiation. Their bosses back in 2149 also want Mira to go to the badlands for some reason that we're not going to get to hear before Skye shows up and Lucas goes out to have a creepy chat with her.
"You betrayed me to my father," he says, and she's all, "Yeah, I kinda did, didn't I." He says that he's decided to forgive her, because he understands that Taylor's like a father to her. She admits that, and then he says that makes them brother and sister, and how could he hurt his sister? He strokes her face a little skeevily like he's contemplating doing something ELSE that brothers and sisters shouldn't do, but he just tells her not to betray him again, because next time he won't be so forgiving.
Then we hang out with Jim and Josh in line for what appear to be food rations, and Josh grumbles about not being able to do anything, and Jim says he should go get his job back from Boylan, because a lot of the Phoenix guys hang out there, so you never know what drunken mercenaries might say. Or do, really, but it's awfully nice of Jim to put his son in harm's way. And good job being rather cavalier with your cover as a crippled, addled dimwit, Jim.
Over to the infirmary, where Elisabeth is removing a bullet from a wounded Phoenix soldier's leg. When she looks the shell, she gets all brow-furrowy. Then, later, Jim's there, so she can show him what she spotted: a number hand-etched into a bunch of bullets taken out of soldiers who were involved in a skirmish with Taylor's men. Jim figures it out: map co-ordinates! A rendezvous point! Now all he has to do is figure out a way to get past the Phoenix group, which shouldn't be so hard given that he has the run of the goddamn colony.