Gondolessa comes in to soothe the conflict somewhat, and Harky picks up his thread to try and conclude this with a bonding moment (“trying to reach his smol son,” as Flo’s script has it). It’s as gentle as I could expect either of them to be, considering the charge here is collaborating with the enemy.

They’ve made their case. They’ve had their say. And now Penk has to weigh that against what he knows for certain, what he intuits, and what he feels. What will you become, Penk?

From Flo’s script: “Penk thoughtfully walks away, back into the cabin (presumably to the exit… and never shall we explain how the fuck people even get on or off those things).”