One woman decided she'd had enough and made an escape through the roped off section behind the sightscreen. Happened to be as Chris Woakes was running in, causing a stoppage in play and a rather sheepish wave of the hand from the woman when she realised.
We may need another batting blitz from Baz, who is next man in.
New Zealand are definitely attempting to bat out theri full complement, which makes for slow going now and possible fireworks later.
Fifty partnership from 88 balls for Taylor and Elliott.
Dreadful mix-up, Elliott gone.
Taylor with the 'yes, no, sorry' and Elliott caught at mid-pitch.
Taylor was keen for two after working the ball off his pads towards Finn at fine leg, but a second run would have been tight. It never arrived, and neither did Elliott as he attempted to get back to the keeper's end.
Brendon McCullum would have been proud of the call from Taylor. Speaking of McCullum, he now joins Taylor at the crease. Elliott gone for 24.
Kiwi driver Scott Dixon with the tough questions.
If you have an answer for Scott, hit 'comment now' and I'll let him know.
In more pressing news, Taylor has been given out but he is referring the decision.
He is adjudged to have nicked a Stuart Broad delivery behind, but hot spot appears to show no contact.
'Waiting is the hardest part' by Tom Petty playing over the sound system.
The crowd's not happy, and neither is Taylor.
McCullum is demanding an explanation from Chris Gaffaney as Taylor slowly trudges off.
McCullum still talking as the Black Caps lose their only review. There was no hot spot so NZ have a right to feel aggrieved.
Certainly no hometown call from Gaffaney there, infuriating his former Otago teammate.
The Black Caps are in real trouble now, especially with James Franklin coming in.
They really needed a former-captain's knock from Taylor there, but he is sawn off for 28.
A lot resting on McCullum's shoulders now. New Zealand do have batting to come but the captain will need to stand up if his side are to have any chance of winning this series.
You know the old 'double your total at 30 overs of you have wickets in hand' theory? Well, New Zealand don't have wickets in hand - but I would expect (hope) they get more than 156.
If you had the 31st over in your 'when will the first Mexican Wave be seen' pool, then you're a winner.
And if you had the 32nd over in your 'when will the first six be hit' pool, you're also in luck. Baz goes boom down the ground off Swann.
Another drinks break as New Zealand edge towards three figures.
Franklin chips one back towards the bowler and Swann does a swan-dive to take a smart return catch.