Up on the ship, Marcus a.k.a. No. 2 reminds Anna that ignoring the puny humans' pleas for open dialogue is bad for business, but Anna does not care. She likes Red Sky and she likes the peace and quiet that complete isolationism gives her. No. 2 gently points out that the longer Red Sky goes on the more likely it is that the humans will figure out what it is. Anna doesn't really care because it's not so much what it is as what it does. No. 2 smiles soothingly at the crazy lady and hands her a memo documenting his efforts to monitor the human scientists' activities and research and there is one guy who is pretty close to uncovering the truth about Red Sky. Anna shrugs and tells him to the kill the scientist. No. 2 nods, which, really, couldn't No. 2 have figured that one out for himself? I mean, the V Human Operations Manual seems to be pretty straightforward in practice: Someone bugging you? Exterminate them. DONE. Anna rolls her eyes at him and turns to go, but No. 2 stops her. Did he forget to mention that the captains of all the ships are on their way to confront her in person? They weren't too happy about her decision to unleash Red Sky early and without warning and they are on their way to have a Human Emotion Intervention for her. She'd better get herself to an Emotions Anonymous meeting right quick. ("My name is Anna and I once had a feeling not based on logic. It's been four days since my last emotion.") Anna glares at No. 2 as he relays the news and then tells him to alert her the second that the captains have arrived because she is going to teach them a few things about feeling. Namely, feeling her hand around their throats. But before Anna can go prepare herself for the meeting, she has one more issue to deal with: Ryan is loose on the ship.
Let's take a little trip down memory lane: Val was taken to the Mothership while she was in labor with her alien-human baby by an alien Soldier. Ryan busted his way onto the ship to try and save her. Anna greeted the family with open arms and saved the baby, but then killed Val, because who needs an ultra whiny human around? No one. Ryan then seemed to succumb to Anna's bliss and while he was still sad about the death of Val, even he had to recognize that she was pretty freaking annoying most of the time and he and his baby would be fine without her. Now we see that Ryan is not happy about his life on board the ship. His baby was taken from him and put in an aquarium. Actually I'm going to out myself as a dork and make a Star Wars comparison: You know in the Empire Strikes Back when Luke is almost frozen to death on Hoth and he gets defrosted in that tank of water? That's what Ryan's baby is being held in. Well, like Empire Strikes Back with a touch of Chinese restaurant aquarium thrown in.