Jim and Taylor are spending a very manly day together fishing along a coastline that is absolutely teeming with dinosaurs and pterosaurs and, um, fishosaurs? They use bows to shoot fishing line out into the water and then just sit back and wait for the fish to bite. Taylor reminisces about bringing his son out here, and Jim says this is the first time he's heard him talk about Lucas and asks how long he's been missing. Taylor says it's not his favorite topic. Good job bringing him up, then, Taylor.
Then Jim gets a bite from a horribly animated fishosaur that pops out like I was supposed to be wearing 3D glasses to see it. It's too bad, because most of the other dinosaur work has been passable to pretty great, so this really sticks out. Promisingly, Jim gets dragged in his chair to the edge of the cliff, only to be held back by Taylor. And can I just ask at what point was Jim prepared to let go of the line? Is it strapped to him? And if it is, isn't that a ridiculous idea?
Over in the Shannon household, Josh and Maddy are playing some sort of game with pebbles and studiously ignoring their mother, who winds up having exciting news for Maddy: some geologist she idolizes is back to the colony after having been in the field for six months. Ken Horton, author of Atlas of the Known World, which Zoe just happens to have a copy of in some sort of chunky electronic-book format that takes up way more space than any e-reader available today, let alone 140 years in the future. Anyway, they're off to meet him and present Maddy as a child bride or something -- I wasn't really paying attention.
So this Horton guy rolls into the camp to a hero's welcome, and he waves to his adoring masses and climbs down and greets Malcolm as "Marcus" and then wants him to help unpacking. Malcolm introduces Elisabeth as the doctor who'll be doing all his physicals, because there's no telling what he was exposed to out there.
Over at Boylan's place, Josh is hard at work not doing anything illegal at the moment, but Boylan strolls in, so you know that's going to change. He tells Josh that Mira's calling in her favor: she wants him to steal some kind of medicine that's tightly controlled and only available in the infirmary, so he's going to have to break in to do it. Josh balks, but Boylan asks him if he wants to bring his girlfriend back or not. Josh should consider just how cute Skye is. But hey, a promise is a promise.