Dempsey arrives at a tent. I guess it's supposed to be a tent in France, but it's not really all that exotic on its own. A guy with an accent (it might be Australian, but I'm not willing to swear to it) tells him that they have some very old limestone amphoras just like the ones that held the Dead Sea Scrolls. Dempsey thinks they're older than this guy thinks they are, but he immediately backs off of any claim to know what he's talking about. The guy excitedly tells Dempsey that he'll like the pictographs that are on the "northern face of the chamber," but instead of being excited, Dempsey is angry that someone breached the chamber. He gave explicit information that no one was to break the seal or whatever. The guy admits that he was the only one who went in there, so Dempsey shoots him. And that's why I didn't bother learning his name. Too bad, Guy With Accent That Might Be Australian! Although I don't know what Dempsey was expecting. You can't hire an archaeologist and expect him not to go into the ancient cave. That sort of thing runs counter to their training.
Outside the cathedral, people in military armor continue to run around. I guess now they might be retreating, but there's also a chance that these people got there late.
Sophia is brooding about how for all her good intentions, she's turned into exactly the alien terrorist leader that Martinez thinks she is. I mean, she's actually just staring straight ahead, but I'm willing to give the show the benefit of the doubt on this issue. We don't have to be jerks all the time, do we? Let's just assume that the character recognizes the irony of her situation. Thomas tries to sympathize with her, but she says that this is all his fault. Thomas says that violence is the only language these puny humans understand. She says that he forced them into a violent confrontation. I'm suddenly distracted by noticing Thomas's lisp. Has he always had that lisp? Anyway, she says that he's united their people with the rhetoric of fear and then they hug it out. Isabel is watching. I'd love to make up something for her to be thinking about, but I don't know what it would be. Maybe "I can't believe I shot myself in the kneecaps just so I could keep trying to enforce my will on these idiots. Let's start blowing things up already!"