The British bury the Inuit man in the sea through a fire hole in the ice, and his daughter, nicknamed "Lady Silence" due to her refusal to speak with them, sets out to return to her people. Crozier requests Sir John Franklin about sending out a sledge party on foot to seek help but Franklin rebukes him believing there is no need and stating he is adamant on not losing anymore men while Crozier expresses concern all their men may be lost. Franklin then scolds and degrades Crozier regarding his alcoholism, depression, and insecurities stating they were never meant to be friends or family. Intending to take matters into his own hands, Crozier begins drafting a resignation letter planning to lead the party himself and leave later that evening.
Did You Know?
At the Admiralty, a ship model (apparently a 1:100 model of HMS Victory) appears frequently in the background in different places: in the waiting room with Lady Franklin, in a hallway during the discussion between Sir James Ross and Sir John and again when the commanders are discussing. It is obvious that the model is a rather expensive and/or delicate prop that the production kept moving around. See more