(Light streams in through roof windows onto Travis
and Archer, who are lying on blankets on a hard floor.)
TRAVIS: Captain? Sir?
(No response, so Travis gets to his feet wearily and
looks around. The door is unlocked, so he opens it to see a pair of
Suliban walking by. When the coast is clear, he goes exploring. Later -)
ARCHER: How many?
TRAVIS: I saw at least thirty. This place is pretty big. There could be
ARCHER: Any idea who attacked the shuttle?
TRAVIS: I didn't exactly have time to get a good look.
(Archer finally gets to his feet.)
ARCHER: The energy readings we got from
the other side of that moon could have come from a Helix.
(Archer gives Travis
a leg up to look through a window.)
TRAVIS: There's a wall about five metres high. It's looks like it
surrounds this entire building. I see something that might be a guard
tower but I can't be sure.
ARCHER: Any people?
TRAVIS: No, sir.
(He gets down.)
ARCHER: You up for another walk?
(Suliban look like they have pale yellow
porridge for skin.)
WOMAN: You're the new arrivals.
ARCHER: Why are we here?
WOMAN: Why are any of us here?
(A siren goes off, other Suliban come
out of their rooms and stand still. In the open area, four military
looking men walk around the Suliban there, until one drops his cup.
When he bends to pick it up, the leader zaps his hand with his stick
and moves on.)
KLEV: (to Archer and Travis) Follow me.
(These military look almost entirely human except
for a small detail between the eyebrows.)
GRAT: Thank you, Major. Please, sit down.
(They remain standing.)
GRAT: I can
understand why you're upset. No doubt you've had a difficult afternoon.
ARCHER: To say the least.
GRAT: I meant to speak to you earlier, but I had some urgent business
to attend to. I apologise. We don't see many starship captains here.
(reading from a PADD) Jonathan Archer.
ARCHER: That's right.
GRAT: You must be Travis Mayweather.
TRAVIS: And you are?
GRAT: I am Colonel Grat.
ARCHER: I take it you're the man in charge.
GRAT: I took the liberty to examine the database in your shuttlecraft,
so I know that you're from a planet called Earth and that you serve on
a vessel called Enterprise. What I don't know is what you were doing
within our military zone.
ARCHER: Military zone?
GRAT: You entered orbit of our second moon. You must have detected it.
ARCHER: We picked up some unusual energy readings but we had no idea
where they were coming from. We were simply curious.
GRAT: Your curiosity almost got you killed. Fortunately, our patrol
ship didn't vaporise your shuttlecraft.
ARCHER: You might think about putting up a 'no trespassing' sign.
GRAT: I'll pass that along.
ARCHER: Where are we now?
GRAT: This is a detention complex. It's several light years from where
we found you.
TRAVIS: Does everyone that violates your territory get thrown into a
place like this?
GRAT: We're at war with a species that can mimic the appearance of
almost any humanoid. We had to make certain that you weren't
TRAVIS: If you're worried we're Suliban, trust me, we're not.
GRAT: I know. We've already tested your DNA. You're familiar with the
ARCHER: (sitting) Unfortunately.
GRAT: Then you must know about their genetic enhancements and how
dangerous they can be.
GRAT: I hope you didn't suffer too many casualties.
ARCHER: We've been lucky so far. We're eager to get back to Enterprise.
If you'll take us to our shuttlepod, we'll be on our way.
GRAT: I'm afraid I don't have the authority to release you. We have
very strict regulations. You'll have to appear before a magistrate on
Tandar Prime. But the hearing should be brief. I'll explain that this
was just an innocent misunderstanding.
ARCHER: When's this hearing?
GRAT: A transport will be here in three days.
TRAVIS: Three days?
GRAT: I wish I could offer you more comfortable accommodations.
Unfortunately, this detention complex is overcrowded at the moment. I
would advise you to keep to yourselves. If the Suliban give you any
trouble, simply tell one of the guards.
ARCHER: I'd like to contact my ship, let them know we're all right.
GRAT: I can't permit that, Captain.
GRAT: But I will call them personally and explain the situation.
(He buzzes and Klev reappears.)
GRAT: Escort these gentlemen back to their
quarters. Make sure they get a proper meal. I'm sorry we couldn't have
met under better circumstances.
ARCHER: So am I.
(It's night, and they have blankets over their
shoulders for warmth. Travis is stirring a bowl of porridge in disdain.)
TRAVIS: They call this a proper meal? I should save it for Commander
Tucker. It'd make a good valve sealant.
ARCHER: (eating heartily) Why don't you get some sleep. I'll take the
TRAVIS: (pouring water) This thing doesn't hold much.
ARCHER: I'll be right back.
(A Suliban barges in just as Archer is about to
get more water.)
ARCHER: How about waiting your turn?
(No reply. He sees a child helping
gather up the washing from lines.)
ARCHER: I can't believe you'd do this to a
DANIK: Do what?
ARCHER: She's a little young to be a member of the Cabal.
DANIK: You don't know what you're talking about.
ARCHER: I know that you're given genetic tricks as payment. What are
they giving her?
(The siren sounds.)
DANIK: I don't know who you are, but you're wrong about us.
ARCHER: Is that so?
DANIK: We're not genetically enhanced and we're not members of the
ARCHER: If that's true, then what are you doing here?
DANIK: Didn't Colonel Grat tell you? We're dangerous. All Suliban are
KLEV: It's past curfew.
DANIK: We were just on our way back.
KLEV: Sorry, Danik. It's the second time this week.
DANIK: Klev, please.
KLEV: It's only for one night.
ARCHER: It's my fault. I'm the one who kept them here.
KLEV: Get back to your cell.
ARCHER: Where are you taking him?
KLEV: Isolation. Unless you want to join him, do as I say.
DANIK: Will you make sure she gets back? (guard nods) I'll see you in
the morning. (kisses girl) Don't worry.
T'POL: I'd like to speak with them.
GRAT [on viewscreen]: I'm sorry, but regulations forbid that. There's
nothing to be concerned about. They've been placed in comfortable
quarters and they're perfectly safe.
TUCKER: If it's all the same to you, I'd rather hear that from the
GRAT [on viewscreen]: I'm afraid that's not possible.
T'POL: May we attend the hearing?
GRAT [on viewscreen]: Of course.
T'POL: Will they be given legal representation?
GRAT [on viewscreen]: They're also free to choose their own counsel.
When you arrive at Tandar Prime you'll be contacted by the Central
T'POL: We'll need the coordinates.
GRAT [on viewscreen]: I'm sending them now.
T'POL: Thank you, Colonel.
GRAT [on viewscreen]: Good luck to you.
HOSHI: I can't trace the signal. He must have scrambled the carrier
TUCKER: Keep at it.
T'POL: What are you suggesting we do, mount a rescue?
TUCKER: The thought crossed my mind.
T'POL: It would be a mistake to provoke the Tandarans any further.
TUCKER: So, we just sit on our hands.
T'POL: The hearing's in three days.
TUCKER: And what if they're found guilty, sentenced to thirty years in
T'POL: That's unlikely. If you want to explore alien cultures you'll
need to learn to respect their laws. If Captain Archer were here, I'm
sure he'd agree. If you'd like, I'll contact the Vulcan High Command.
They might be willing to send an arbitrator.
TUCKER: A Vulcan lawyer? They'd be better off getting the electric
T'POL: Electric chair?
TUCKER: Never mind.
T'POL: Set a course for Tandar Prime.
(It's a bright sunny day, and the children are
painting murals on the wall. Archer spots Danik playing a game with two
ARCHER: Hello again. (the two leave) I hope isolation wasn't too rough.
DANIK: It gets very cold in there at night. Sometimes I wish I was
genetically enhanced. If you've come to apologize, don't. It was just a
ARCHER: Actually, I was hoping to find out what's going on around here.
DANIK: Maybe you should talk to one of the Tandarans.
ARCHER: I spoke to Colonel Grat, but I get the feeling he's not telling
me the whole story. Archer. My name is Jonathan Archer.
Danik to the concept of the handshake.)
(Later, they're eating together.)
TRAVIS: I've had plenty, thank you. It was very good.
NARRA: You look like Tandarans.
DANIK: Why don't you go and find your friends? And don't forget curfew.
NARRA: I won't.
DANIK: We're not criminals, Captain, and we're not soldiers. The only
thing we're guilty of is being Suliban.
ARCHER: They must have tested your DNA, figured out that you haven't
been genetically altered.
DANIK: As far as they're concerned, that doesn't mean anything. You
believed I was a member of the Cabal, didn't you? Didn't you?
ARCHER: Yes, I did.
DANIK: All that seems to matter is the way we look. 'Be careful of
their wicked smiles, their shining yellow eyes. At night, they'll
squeeze right through your door and everybody dies.' The Tandaran
children used to tease my daughter with that nursery rhyme. At least
here, she doesn't have to hear it anymore.
ARCHER: This is an internment camp.
DANIK: (clearing the plates) Detention Complex twenty six. I've heard
it's one of their nicer ones.
ARCHER: Why did this happen?
DANIK: The Cabal began their attacks eight years ago. It wasn't long
before the Tandarans started to question the loyalty of all Suliban
living in their territory. We were rounded up, relocated as they like
to say. They told us it was only temporary. It was for our own safety.
'Once the Cabal has been destroyed, you will be free to go back to your
homes.' We're still waiting. There are eighty nine of us here.
Thousands more in other camps. Everyone of us used to be citizens on
worlds in the Tandar Sector. Did you know that I was born in the same
town as one of the guards? Major Klev. I was friends with his brother
when we were growing up.
TRAVIS: What about the government on the Suliban homeworld? Don't they
have something to say about this?
DANIK: I'm sure they would if they still existed. Our homeworld became
uninhabitable three hundred years ago. Most Suliban are nomadic, but
some of us have assimilated into other cultures. My grandfather made
the unfortunate decision to settle on Tandar Prime. (knock on door)
SAJEN: What are they doing here?
DANIK: It's all right. I asked them.
SAJEN: This came today. (hands over a letter) What species are you?
ARCHER: We're human.
SAJEN: Never heard of them.
DANIK: Sajen, you're being rude.
ARCHER: Bad news?
DANIK: It's my wife. We were separated during the relocation. She's in
one of the other camps. Her transfer was rejected again. She tried to
appeal their decision, but as usual, they wouldn't listen.
ARCHER: I'm sorry.
(The siren goes off.)
DANIK: Midday inspection. Try to look your best.
ARCHER: Thank you for lunch.
DANIK: Thank you for listening. (Travis and Archer leave)
SAJEN: Why did you bring them here?
DANIK: Maybe I was tired of talking to you.
SAJEN: They could be working with Grat.
(Klev is doing a head count, and roughly shoves
the little girl to one side.)
KLEV: Colonel Grat wants to see you.
(Travis moves to follow Archer and
KLEV: Just him.
GRAT: I understand you were out after curfew last
night, arguing with a Suliban.
ARCHER: It was just a misunderstanding.
GRAT: You should have my advice, Captain.
ARCHER: I know, I know. it's a big problem with me. I'm just too damn
curious. Whenever I meet new people I can't resist trying to get to
know them. I'm certainly getting to know a lot about the Suliban around
GRAT: I admire your spirit of exploration, but in this case it could
get you into trouble. Keep to yourself.
ARCHER: I'll do my best. Unless you have any more advice? (stands)
GRAT: No, but I do have a question. Have you ever been to Oklahoma? I
guess you could say I'm a curious man myself. After you mentioned that
you were familiar with the Cabal I decided to speak with our
intelligence agency. They've uncovered some interesting facts.
Apparently two Suliban soldiers crash-landed near a town called Broken
Bow, Oklahoma. They were chasing a Klingon, of all things. I was
wondering if you could provide some insight into what they were doing
ARCHER: I wouldn't know. You'd have to talk to my superiors.
GRAT: Oh, I think you know a great deal. Enterprise took the Klingon
back to his homeworld. Isn't that right? Rigel Ten. You made a detour
there. From what I'm told, you contacted a woman named Sarin. You
remember her? Well, I'll remind you. She was the head of a Suliban
resistance cell. She was killed by the Cabal in a firefight at the
trade complex. Several of our people saw you there, Captain. I believe
you were injured, a shot in the leg. Do I have to ask your superiors
about that as well?
ARCHER: What exactly do you want?
GRAT: Information. What do you know about the Cabal? What genetic
enhancements you've seen, Helix deployments. Who's giving them their
ARCHER: You've got plenty of Suliban here. Why not ask them?
GRAT: We both know they wouldn't be very helpful.
ARCHER: Then why are they in prison?
GRAT: That's a discussion for another time.
ARCHER: There are families here, children. One man hasn't seen his wife
GRAT: Tell me what you know.
ARCHER: They don't deserve this kind of treatment.
GRAT: They're here for their own protection.
ARCHER: Oh, really?
GRAT: The last thing we wanted to do was build these detention centres,
but we had no choice. When the Cabal began their activities there was a
great deal of fear among the Tandarans. There were instances of
violence. Fourteen innocent Suliban were killed in one day alone. We
had to find a way to keep them out of danger.
ARCHER: Then why not just let them find another place to live?
GRAT: They wouldn't get very far. It's ironic, but once they're out of
Tandaran territory the Cabal will hunt them down and turn them all into
soldiers. They're better off here.
ARCHER: I've met a few Suliban who disagree.
GRAT: One of the Cabal leaders is a man named Silik. He infiltrated
your vessel approximately three months ago posing as a Borothan
pilgrim. What did he want? Did he speak of the Temporal Cold War?
(Silence, so he summons Klev.)
GRAT: This conversation is taking
longer than I expected. I'd hate to see you miss that transport
tomorrow morning. The next one won't arrive for another sixty days.
GRAT [on viewscreen]: I'm afraid the hearing's
GRAT [on viewscreen]: The magistrate assigned to their case is in the
middle of a very complex proceeding and it's taking more time than he
TUCKER: (while Reed works at his console) How much longer are they
going to have to wait?
GRAT [on viewscreen]: Hopefully not more than a few days. If you stay
on course for Tandar Prime I'll arrange for an ambassador to show you
our capital city when you arrive.
TUCKER: We're not interested in a tour. We just want our people back.
GRAT [on viewscreen]: I'm doing everything I can. Try to be patient.
You'll hear from me soon.
REED: I've isolated their carrier frequency. Do you see it?
HOSHI: I'm tracing it now. Bearing one seven eight mark twelve.
TUCKER: How far?
REED: Five point two light years.
TUCKER: All I'm saying is we go take a look for ourselves, make sure
ARCHER: Most of the people we meet have been
pretty eager to get to know us but we've had our share of unfortunate
encounters. I guess you could say this is one of them.
DANIK: I've lived with Tandarans all my life. They're decent people,
for the most part.
ARCHER: What about you? What did you do before you ended up here?
DANIK: I was director of research at an engineering institute. It's in
the Querella Province. You should see it, assuming your hearing goes
ARCHER: I've got a feeling we could be here for awhile.
DANIK: Why not tell Grat what you know, get yourself out of here.
ARCHER: I don't like being strong-armed, and I don't like what he's
doing to you and the others. Has anyone every tried to get out of here?
DANIK: You mean escape? A couple of years ago three men pried open one
of the security grates. They tried to get to the docking bay.
ARCHER: Docking bay?
DANIK: Yes. It's about a hundred metres away. It's where they keep
Suliban ships they've impounded.
ARCHER: What happened?
DANIK: Oh, they managed to get inside but before they could reach a
vessel all three of them were killed. Colonel Grat made a ridiculous
claim that they were armed.
ARCHER: They might have succeeded with a little help from the outside.
It won't be long before Enterprise comes looking for Mayweather and me.
DANIK: I appreciate the offer, Captain, but I doubt many people here
would be willing to take the risk.
ARCHER: Have you asked them? How many ships are in that docking bay?
(Travis gets himself a drink and then spots Sajen
at a table. He's left-handed.)
TRAVIS: Writing a letter?
SAJEN: It's a journal.
TRAVIS: Could be valuable someday. People will want to know what
SAJEN: I doubt anyone will ever read this.
TRAVIS: Then why are you writing it?
SAJEN: Why do you care? I see how you look at us. Suliban terrify you.
You wouldn't be surprised if I slithered up this wall or turned my face
inside out. Cabal, Suliban, it's all the same to you.
TRAVIS: That's not true.
(While Travis sleeps, Archer is studying a plan of
the centre when a communicator materialises on the floor beside him.)
ARCHER: What took you so long?
T'POL [OC]: Are you all right?
ARCHER: More or less.
T'POL [OC]: We're picking up
T'POL: Suliban bio-signs.
ARCHER [OC]: It's not what you think. Are you sure this is a secure
HOSHI: I'm triaxilating the signal, sir. If we were in the middle of
Starfleet headquarters no one would pick it up.
ARCHER [OC]: Good. Where are you?
T'POL: In orbit. It won't be long before we're detected.
TUCKER: I'm getting a transporter lock on you now, Captain.
(Travis is awake too now.)
TUCKER [OC]: Just say the word and we'll bring you both home.
ARCHER: Hang on, Trip. We're not ready to leave just yet.
ARCHER [OC]: Those Suliban you detected are
prisoners too, but they're no more guilty than we are.
ARCHER: I want to help them get out of here.
T'POL [OC]: Captain?
ARCHER: Have you ever heard of Manzanar, Sub-Commander?
T'POL: I'm not familiar with that planet.
ARCHER: It's not a planet. It was an internment camp
ARCHER: On Earth during the Second World War.
Japanese-American citizens were imprisoned there even though they
didn't do anything wrong. The same thing's happening here.
T'POL: I thought you decided not to interfere with
ARCHER: In this case, I'm making an exception.
ARCHER [OC]: Understood?
T'POL: Yes, Captain.
ARCHER: I've met a Suliban who knows this camp
inside and out. We've been working on a plan but we're going to need
(Studying the compound plan.)
ARCHER: We'll need a few of your people. Anyone who's had experience
with particle weapons.
SAJEN: We won't make it ten metres outside the complex before we're
shot, like the others.
DANIK: And even if we did get to the ships and managed to lift off,
there are patrol vessels in the area.
ARCHER: Enterprise can handle them.
SAJEN: And once we've made this miraculous escape, where do you expect
us to go?
DANIK: All we have to do is get out of Tandaran territory. After that,
we can set a course for the Niburon colonies. I know some people there.
They might be willing to help us.
SAJEN: It's too dangerous.
TRAVIS: Would you rather spend the rest of your life in prison?
SAJEN: You're placing a lot of trust in people you've only known for
three days. For all we know they've been planted here to stage this
revolt so Grat would finally have a reason to kill all of us.
ARCHER: We're not working for the Tandarans.
SAJEN: Think of your daughter. Are you willing to risk her life, too?
DANIK: We're getting out of here, Sajen.
SAJEN: I'm not going to help you plan our suicide. (leaves)
ARCHER: I hope the others were more enthusiastic.
DANIK: (referring to plan) This is the wall that I was telling you
about. It's only forty metres from the docking bay.
GRAT: Have you had a chance to reconsider? I'm
willing to compromise, Captain. Just tell me what you know about Silik.
ARCHER: Well, he's about this tall, a little on the scrawny side, bad
GRAT: If you're unwilling to discuss the Suliban, maybe you can help me
with something else. We detected some unusual energy readings last
night. At first we thought it was random interference, but after
examining the readings more closely we discovered they were coming from
ARCHER: You should check your sensors. They're obviously
GRAT: I'm told they're working perfectly.
(He summons Klev, who has a
guard holding onto Travis. He's been beaten.)
TRAVIS: Sorry, Captain.
GRAT: (holding communicator) We found this in Ensign Mayweather's
pocket but he wouldn't say how it got there. (Archer approaches Grat,
so Klev zaps him in the back) I was hoping you could tell me. (silence)
Take him to isolation.
(Tucker points at orbital image of the area.)
TUCKER: If I come in low from the east I should be able to evade their
T'POL: This appears to be a pulse cannon.
TUCKER: It'll be my first target.
T'POL: Bridge to Sickbay.
(Phlox is doing something with red light.)
T'POL: What's your status?
PHLOX: Finishing as we speak, though I'm not completely happy with the
T'POL: It's almost time.
PHLOX [OC]: Understood.
HOSHI: It's Captain Archer.
T'POL: (walking forward onto Bridge proper) Put him through. Go ahead,
GRAT [OC]: You seem to be off-course. I thought you were headed for
Tandar Prime. What brings you here?
T'POL: Where's Captain Archer?
GRAT: If you're thinking about trying to
circumvent our legal system I advise against it.
GRAT [OC]: You come any closer to our planet and
my patrol ships will open fire.
(Travis is bathing his bloodied face.)
SAJEN: What happened to you?
TRAVIS: What do you care.
SAJEN: Danik's been looking for your Captain. Have you seen him?
TRAVIS: You might try isolation. Still think we're working with the
Tandarans? You know, we could have left this place a long time ago if
we hadn't decided to help you.
SAJEN: I never asked for your help.
TRAVIS: Why? Because we're not Suliban? Because we look a little too
much like Tandarans? I'll admit, when I first came here it wasn't easy
to see past my preconceptions about the Suliban, but I did. Why can't
HOSHI: We're being hailed. It's him.
GRAT [on viewscreen: Check your sensors and you'll see two patrol ships
headed toward you.
T'POL: We didn't come here to fight. We came to talk with you.
GRAT [on viewscreen]: They'll have a weapons lock on your vessel in
less than one minute.
T'POL: Do you eat meat, Colonel?
GRAT [on viewscreen]: What?
T'POL: Our chef is preparing a meal in your honour, and I was curious
whether you're vegetarian. I was hoping you'd join me for dinner. It
would give us an opportunity to get acquainted.
GRAT [on viewscreen]: You have forty five seconds to leave orbit.
T'POL: I can't believe you're really going to destroy our vessel over a
trivial incident like this. I can tell you're an enlightened man. All
I'm asking for is a chance to show you that we're enlightened as well.
We're transmitting a copy of Earth's historical database along with the
Starfleet charter, and a record of all human contacts with alien
species. If you have any doubts about our intentions this material
should lay them to rest. Send him the Vulcan database as well. I think
you'll find that my people have a great deal in common with you, too.
GRAT [on viewscreen]: (the image is beginning to fracture) You're
jamming our frequencies. Break off your transmission now.
T'POL: What about dinner? Should I set a
GRAT [on viewscreen]: (barely audible) I'm not going to warn you again.
End your transmission and leave orbit.
T'POL: Mister Tucker.
TUCKER: It's done.
HOSHI: Those patrol ships are closing fast.
T'POL: Get us out of here.
(Travis is eating his porridge when there's a
knock on the door. He opens it to see a Suliban.)
REED: I understand you're looking for a way out of here.
TRAVIS: Who are you?
REED: Don't you recognise me, Travis?
REED: In the flesh. Oh, you look worse than I do. What happened?
TRAVIS: Long story. How'd you get down here?
REED: Transporter. I think I'm finally getting used to it.
TRAVIS: Are you sure you weren't detected?
REED: No, thanks to Hoshi. She kept the sensors occupied.
(Reed gets two
phase pistols out of his knapsack.)
REED: Congratulations, Ensign. Your case
is about to be dismissed.
(A little later - it's that map again.)
DANIK: The isolation block is here. He's in one of these cells.
REED: I'll find him.
DANIK: The charges?
TRAVIS: They're in place. Are you up for this?
(Danik nods, then the siren sounds.)
DANIK: Nightly inspection.
REED: I thought you said it wasn't for another fifteen minutes.
DANIK: I'd better get back. See you in orbit.
TRAVIS: Good luck.
REED: Reed to Enterprise.
T'POL [OC]: Go ahead.
REED: The guards are ahead of schedule.
REED [OC]: What's your status?
T'POL: We're two hundred thousand kilometres away.
REED [OC]: We're going to need you to speed things up a little.
T'POL: We'll do our best.
(In the central area, Klev and his men are checking that everyone is
present. Enterprise approaches the planet.)
HOSHI: Here they come.
T'POL: Polarise the hull plating. Stand by weapons.
(The little patrol
ships open fire.)
T'POL: Aft torpedoes. Fire.
HOSHI: Two direct hits. They're veering off.
T'POL: Take us down.
(Enterprise descends through a cloud layer.)
they follow us?
HOSHI: They took heavy damage. They're both attempting to land.
T'POL: You're clear to launch, Commander.
REED: Go ahead.
T'POL [OC]: He's approaching the compound. Two minutes.
REED: Tell him
(Klev bursts in unannounced.)
KLEV: Get out there.
(He zaps Reed in the
(They are lined up against the wall.)
KLEV: If this happens again you'll all be spending time in isolation.
TRAVIS: Major, do you have a second? I don't mean to cause any trouble,
but I was wondering if it might be possible to get some better food. No
offence, but the meals here are pretty awful.
KLEV: Eat what you're given.
TRAVIS: I'll try, but I'm not sure I can hold down another bowl of that
what do you call it? It tastes like sawdust. Is that what they make you
eat? Because if it is, I'd think about going on a hunger strike. I
don't know how you.
(Klev marches away down the corridor with two guards. Reed
activates something and Klev spots three green flashing lights on a
wall. He moves to investigate.)
REED: Go, go.
(He gets the rest of the Suliban out of the corridor before
detonating the charges and incidentally taking out Klev and his men.)
REED: Reed to Tucker. The wall's down.
TUCKER: I see it. Stand by.
(Swooping in, Trip takes out the defence weapons and guard towers.)
DANIK: Hurry. Go with the others.
(He hands little
Narra over to another Suliban,)
VOICE: Hurry! Hurry! Go, go! Hurry.
(Guards appear and a shooting match starts, trapping Danik behind a
DANIK: I'll be there soon, Narra. Go. Go!
(He tries to drag his wounded
colleague to safety.)
(As Reed opens the door, Archer grabs him and
pushes him against the wall, then)
ARCHER: It's good to see you, Malcolm.
REED: How'd you know it was me?
(He leaves the cell first, only to be knocked
out by -)
GRAT: You have no idea what you've done. You haven't freed these
people, you've condemned them.
[Hole in the wall]
(Tucker continues to shoot holes in the detention
centre, and Travis stands guard at the new exit.)
NARRA: (to Sajen) My father's back at the common area. He needs help.
TRAVIS: I'll go.
SAJEN: No, wait.
(Travis gives him his phase pistol then gets the other
TRAVIS: Come on.
GRAT: You had no right to interfere.
ARCHER: This isn't about my rights. It's about theirs.
GRAT: They have no rights. They lost them the moment the Cabal began
attacking us. Do you know how many people the Cabal have murdered? How
many ships they destroyed? Colonies? You just gave them eighty nine new
ARCHER: What makes you think they'll join the Cabal?
GRAT: These people have nothing left. They're desperate. They'll never
be able to resist what the Cabal has to offer.
ARCHER: (seeing Reed waking up) I haven't been here very long but I
seem to know these people a hell of a lot better than you do.
(Reed rams Grat from behind and Archer gets his weapon off him. The
Colonel looks terrified, so they shut him in the cell. Four little ships take off from the space dock,
followed by the shuttlepod.)
ARCHER: (flying the pod) Archer to Enterprise.
T'POL [OC]: Go ahead, Captain.
ARCHER: We're on our way.
ARCHER [OC]: Where are those patrol ships?
T'POL: They won't pose a threat.
ARCHER [OC]: And the Suliban?
T'POL: Their vessels are breaking orbit.
ARCHER [OC]: Good work.
ARCHER: We'll see you in a few minutes.
REED: Tell the Doctor to meet us in Sickbay. My skin is really starting
T'POL [OC]: I'll let him know.
TRAVIS: Captain, think they'll make it?
ARCHER: Do I think they'll get out of Tandaran space safely? Yes. Do I
think they'll be all right?