She passes the blanket through the bars of the cage. Tweazel, who realizes that she is not going to open the door after all, doesn't trust the blanket. What if it's another trick?
Meanwhile, Lincoln Green has made another discovery. This time it's a fellow Time Traveler.
Ned: The Brotherhood has been looking for you. Anytime a ship disappears from their scopes is cause for alarm. Help me out of this backpack, will you, Lincoln?
Ned: Same here, Lieutenant.
Lincoln: And don't forget, Captain, that I was able to leave the ship and explore the surrounding town.
Daniel: Aye, but you didn't mention sensing a portal nearby, did you?
Lincoln: That's because I didn't sense one.
Ned: So, what appears to be the problem?
Daniel: Two problems, actually. One, we have a stowaway. Two, he has rendered the control panel useless. I've spent hours trying to reconfigure the panel, so far without any luck.
Daniel: We've just returned from containing him. Would you like to have a look?
Ned: Need you ask?
Ned: A blue horned dragon. Not what came to my mind when you said "stowaway." Hello, Daphne.
Daniel: You remember Ned, don't you Daphne?
Ned: I think your brother might have said "specimen" cage, Daphne. It's a cage for interesting animals that we pick up on our travels. So we can take them back and study them.
Daniel: I don't particularly want to study him. I merely want to get my ship moving again.
To be continued...