[OC]: Previously on Enterprise
Centre]: (referring to a sphere) How to you plan to get
ARCHER: We're pretty sure we've found a way in. I'm sending a crew in a
T'POL: The Spheres are controlled by a network of artificial
intelligence. This section houses the redundant memory core. It should
contain a significant amount of information.
ARCHER: We're hoping that'll include data on the Sphere Builders.
([Inside the Sphere, MACO
Hawkins is grabbed and killed by the Sphere defence mechanism.)
DEGRA [Ready room]: I'll
be at your side no matter what happens.
DOLIM [Xindi Council Chamber: We've
taken control of the weapon. We're going to launch it.
DEGRA [Council Chamber, earlier]: Wait!
(He tries to stop Dolim and he and Archer get hit)
DOLIM [Degra's quarters]: We
have an image of your ship firing.
DEGRA: They left me no choice.
DOLIM: You've left me no choice. (stabs him in the chest) The crew of
that ship are the last Xindi you'll ever betray.
HUMANOID [Xindi Council Chamber]: The
weapon cannot be launched without three of the codes.
DOLIM: Do you really believe we haven't considered that?
(She's beamed away.)
[Reptilian Interrogation room]
HOSHI: Why am I here? What do you want?
DOLIM: We were impressed with your linguistic abilities. Aquatic is
difficult to master. I've heard it spoken my entire life but still, it
doesn't come easily to me.
HOSHI: Maybe you should have applied yourself more.
DOLIM: We have some encoded data we need translated.
HOSHI: I'm not a cryptologist.
DOLIM: I have confidence in your abilities.
HOSHI: That's very flattering, but you'll have to manage on your own.
DOLIM: If you refuse, we'll have no further use for you. Get her ready
for the procedure.
(Hoshi struggles as she's strapped into a nasty metal chair.)
LIEUTENANT: She's surprisingly strong-willed for a primate.
DOLIM: We'll see how defiant she is after our surgeons have finished
with her. We'll have the launch codes soon enough.
(The shuttlepod is back safe and sound, and Tucker
opens the hatch. Hayes is with him. T'Pol hands
over a memory core from the Sphere.)
T'POL: We need to access the data from this. Meet me in the
Command centre in half an hour. I'll assist you.
TRAVIS: What have we missed?
TUCKER: The Teptilians took the weapon.
TRAVIS: Have they launched it?
TUCKER: We don't know. The Captain's on his way to the surface, he
wants to figure out our next move. And they took Hoshi. She's gone.
TUCKER: Reptilians, Insectoids, we don't know. They transported her off
(The three leave.)
HAYES: Where's Corporal Hawkins?
REED: The Sphere had an automated defence mechanism. He was killed. I'm
HAYES: I'm sure you did everything you could. I'd appreciate a full
ARCHER: Where are they?
HUMANOID: We're trying to determine their location. It's difficult to
track them inside a vortex.
ARCHER: For all you know they could be heading to Earth.
JANNAR: They can't deploy the weapon. Not yet.
HUMANOID: Each of the five species has a set of commands to initiate
the arming sequence. Three of them are needed to activate the weapon.
JANNAR: They only have two. We obviously don't intent to give them
ARCHER: What about the Aquatics?
HUMANOID: Their actions aren't easy to predict, but so far they seem
determined not to take sides.
JANNAR: It's more likely the Reptilians and Insectoids will attempt to
bypass the command codes themselves.
HUMANOID: And that will take time.
ARCHER: They've abducted my Communications Officer. Up until now I
didn't know why.
JANNAR: You believe they'll use her to decrypt the arming sequence?
ARCHER: She'll never co-operate.
HUMANOID: She may not have a choice.
T'POL: This could be a command subroutine.
TUCKER: And it could be a letter to Santa Claus. I wouldn't mind having
Hoshi here right now.
T'POL: We'll have to make do without her.
TUCKER: I just hope she's okay.
T'POL: We're here to analyse this data, not speculate on Ensign Sato's
TUCKER: You okay?
T'POL: I'm fond of Hoshi as well, but we can't allow her situation to
become a distraction.
ARCHER: Any luck?
T'POL: There's a great deal of data to analyse, but we've made some
progress. We know the Spheres are connected by a subspace energy grid,
but four of them appear to be integral to that connection.
TUCKER: Closest one's here. We've designated it Sphere Forty One.
ARCHER: Integral how?
T'POL: I believe they act as control Spheres, allowing the network to
operate in concert.
ARCHER: If we can damage one of them, would it disrupt the entire grid?
TUCKER: Maybe. It also might have no effect. We just don't have enough
ARCHER: Keep at it.
TUCKER: Aye, sir.
DOLIM: Co-operate and this won't be necessary.
Wait. After the injection, the parasites will invade your neocortex.
Once they begin reconfiguring your synaptic pathways you'll me much
more compliant. Before your primate brain is too badly damaged to
understand, I want to thank you for helping us destroy your world.
(Hoshi spits in his face, then the parasites are injected into her head
and she screams.)
JANNAR: If they'd stayed in the vortex, we
wouldn't have found them.
HUMANOID: They're less than four light years from here.
REED: Why have they stopped? They could have been half way to Earth by
HUMANOID: They're attempting to arm the weapon. The propulsion system
has to be offline to do it.
ARCHER: How quickly can we get there?
JANNAR: That wouldn't be wise. They've been joined by at least a dozen
ARCHER: You have nearly as many ships.
HUMANOID: You may have noticed that Reptilians and Insectoids are more
belligerent than we are. Their ships are armed accordingly.
JANNAR: We're no match for them.
REED: We've been out-gunned before, sir. We did not come all this way
to give up without a fight.
ARCHER: Would the Aquatics be a match for them?
HUMANOID: Their ships are extremely powerful, but they've seen your
evidence. They're not convinced.
ARCHER: That was before the reptilians murdered Degra and stole the
weapon. We're looking at civil war. Can they afford to sit back and do
nothing? Let me talk to them.
HUMANOID: (to Aquatic on viewscreen) Now isn't the
time to dissolve the Council.
HUMANOID: So we should leave our fate in the hands of the Reptilians
and the Insectoids?
HUMANOID: I disagree. The evidence the humans provided can't be
AQUATIC: (something, then the screen goes blank.)
ARCHER: I didn't quite catch that last part.
HUMANOID: They have agreed to meet with us, but don't expect much,
ARCHER: How long do they plan to keep us waiting.
HUMANOID: You have to deal with the Aquatics on their terms.
JANNAR: They're extremely deliberate in everything they do.
ARCHER: You all right?
JANNAR: My species doesn't like the water.
HUMANOID: They're here.
ARCHER: Thank you for seeing me. I'm afraid my Communications Officer
was abducted by the Reptilians.
AQUATIC: That is regrettable, but her presence is no longer necessary.
We've had time to study your language.
ARCHER: Then I'll get to the point. We need your help.
AQUATIC 2: We made our position clear. The evidence is intriguing but
far from conclusive.
AQUATIC: We require more time to evaluate it.
ARCHER: And if my world gets torn to rubble in the meantime?
AQUATIC: The Reptilians and the Insectoids cannot deploy the weapon on
HUMANOID: That may not be true.
ARCHER: I believe they took my officer to help them decipher a third
launch code. After all your deliberations, you may find a decision's
been made without you.
AQUATIC2: This changes nothing.
AQUATIC: Just because the Reptilians choose to act rashly does not mean
we will do the same.
ARCHER: So you'd rather sit back and do nothing
ARCHER: While they condemn all five of your species to extinction.
AQUATIC2: You may return to your ship. You'll be informed of our
ARCHER: One last question. Have these Guardians told you where you'll
establish your new home world? The ones humans are destined to destroy?
Is it here, in the Expanse? In case you haven't noticed, the Spheres
are turning it into a transdimensional wasteland. None of you will be
able to survive.
(The Aquatics swim away.)
ARCHER: You say the Guardians have helped you. Have they ever tried to
disable the Spheres? Because we've found a way.
(The Aquatics turn around again.)
ARCHER: Help me save my people and I can help you save yours.
[Weapon control area]
LIEUTENANT: She's penetrated the first layer of encryption. Nothing
DOLIM: You understand what we want you to do?
HOSHI: I'm to bypass the Aquatic encryption protocols.
DOLIM: And you realise we need this done quickly.
HOSHI: I'm not familiar with these cyphers. I'm trying.
DOLIM: Are you?
(He pulls her to her feet.)
DOLIM: She's more resistant than I imagined. Prepare her for another
(Hoshi tries to run but there's no where to go except jump into the
middle of the weapon. They stop her and haul her back.)
DOLIM: You would sacrifice yourself to stop us. Don't worry. You won't
have to live with your guilt for long.
(She's taken away.)
LIEUTENANT: Commander. I can't access the arming matrix. She's added a
layer of encryption!
DOLIM: You were ordered to watch her.
T'POL: A deflector pulse might disrupt the
TUCKER: It wouldn't generate enough power.
T'POL: We could tie the impulse reactors directly into the array.
TUCKER: Sure, if you want to rupture every EPS conduit on the ship.
T'POL: The Captain told the aquatics we could disable these Spheres.
TUCKER: And I'm trying not to make a liar out of him.
TUCKER: What do you mean by that?
T'POL: You've dismissed all of my proposals.
TUCKER: When you come up with one that doesn't involve blowing
ourselves up, I'll be a little more enthusiastic.
T'POL: Or you might surprise me with an idea of your own.
TUCKER: Maybe you haven't had time to meditate, I don't know, but
whatever's going on with you lately, I've had about enough. I'll work
on this in Engineering. Call me if you have any more brilliant ideas.
(He goes through the door.)
T'POL: Commander, Trip! Everything that's happened recently has caused
me to become slightly emotional.
TUCKER: I've noticed.
T'POL: I apologise.
TUCKER: Forget about it.
T'POL: I wish I could. It may take some time before I regain my
control. It will be difficult to do, especially on my own.
TUCKER: This hasn't been easy for any of us.
(He steps back in and closes the door.)
TUCKER: You know how much I appreciate what you did for me. When this
is all over, if you want to talk, I'm all ears. Why don't we take
another crack at this.
DOLIM: The Council has disbanded. The weapon is
under our control.
BUILDER: Excellent. Deploy it immediately.
DOLIM: As soon as we decrypt the third launch code. We've encountered
BUILDER: The longer you delay, the more likely the time lines will
shift against you.
DOLIM: Then perhaps you can provide more of your valuable assistance.
Help us get the code.
BUILDER: That's not possible.
DOLIM: It should be a simple matter to peer into the past, extract the
BUILDER: We only detect large fluctuations in the timescape. The fine
details are obscured.
DOLIM: Really? You've seen more than enough detail to learn how to
meddle in our affairs, to turn the Xindi species against each other.
BUILDER: Everything we've done has been to protect the Xindi.
DOLIM: Then finish what you've started, if it's within your power.
BUILDER: The time lines are in constant flux. Many of them favour the
Primates and the Arboreals. Some even favour the humans. Unless that's
the outcome you desire I suggest you find a way to launch the weapon.
T'POL: This appears to be some kind of
interspatial manifold on the surface of Sphere Forty One.
ARCHER: What they use to connect the Spheres.
TUCKER: That's what we're thinking. T'Pol's figured out a way to target
it with a deflector pulse.
ARCHER: Well done.
TUCKER: We haven't exactly got all the details worked out yet.
ARCHER: Then you'd better keep at it. If the aquatics decide to help us
they might want to hear those details.
TUCKER: Captain. I hope you didn't make them any promises.
T'POL: We'll keep working.
ARCHER: Please do.
[Docking hatch corridor]
ARCHER: Any word?
HUMANOID: It's only been three hours. The Council once needed to
resolve a simple logistical matter. It took the Aquatics six days to
agree to attend the meeting.
ARCHER: I'm surprised you were ever able to get anything done.
HUMANOID: On the contrary. Their prudence was usually the only thing
that kept the Council from dissolving into chaos. That's why Degra had
them build the weapon. He didn't want the reptilians and insectoids to
have too much control.
ARCHER: That's actually something I wanted to discuss with you. If
we're successful, and we destroy the weapon
HUMANOID: What's to prevent us from building another one? I knew Degra
for many years. He could be difficult, uncompromising. We argued often.
For instance, when he insisted that we meet with you. But when Degra
spoke only a fool would ignore him. He believed there was a future
between your people and ours. When this is over, I intend to see if he
REED [OC]: Captain Archer, please report to the Bridge.
REED: Six vessels approaching, sir. All aquatic.
HUMANOID: That was remarkably fast.
ARCHER: Open a channel to the lead ship.
AQUATIC2 [on viewscreen]: We've considered your proposal.
AQUATIC [on viewscreen]: We will help you intercept the weapon.
ARCHER: Thank you.
AQUATIC [on viewscreen]: We expect you to honour our agreement.
AQUATIC2 [on viewscreen]: You will attempt to disable the Spheres.
BUILDER: How do these developments affect the time
PRESAGE: It's difficult to say. They continue to fluctuate. However,
most now indicate the humans will prevail.
PRIMARY: Then the time has come for us to intervene.
[Weapon control area]
DOLIM: Is there another problem?
LIEUTENANT: Quite the opposite.
DOLIM: The third launch code.
LIEUTENANT: We have complete access.
DOLIM: It appears the primate was useful after all. Take her back to
her cell. Initiate the pre-arming protocols. Inform me when the weapon
is ready for launch.
Captain's starlog, February 13th, 2154. We're
preparing to enter a Xindi vortex, thanks to some help from the
aquatics. If everything goes as planned, we'll intercept the weapon in
less than two hours. Enterprise may be coming apart at the seams, but I
can't say the same for the crew. After nearly eight months in the
Expanse they're ready to do what they came to do. No matter what it
takes, no matter what the cost.
(An enormous Aquatic ship is at the centre of the flotilla.)
REED: Have you assembled your boarding party?
HAYES: Ready to deploy on your command.
REED: I wish I was leading it myself.
HAYES: Your place is on the Bridge, sir.
REED: No offence, Major. It's just that Ensign Sato is a friend. Here's
my report on Corporal Hawkins.
HAYES: Thank you. Would you like to go over my rescue plan?
REED: First, I'd like to know if we have a problem.
REED: If you blame me for the Corporal's death.
HAYES: Permission to speak freely? I've never liked putting my people
under someone else's command. You're senior Tactical Officer, but
they're my team. I can't help but think that if I'd been there things
might have turned out differently.
REED: I did everything I could. Things happened very fast.
HAYES: I understand.
REED: I'm not finished. Hawkins may well have been a MACO, but he was
my responsibility out there.
HAYES: When we first came aboard Enterprise, we definitely felt like
REED: If I contributed to that, I apologise.
HAYES: My point is, none of us feel that way anymore. We're all part of
the same crew, no matter which uniform we wear. Don't worry about
Ensign Sato. We'll bring her home.
(Porthos is watching his master hoping for scraps.
Of course, he gets some.)
TUCKER: I'd almost forgotten what Chef can do with a steak. I hope the
crew forgives me for not patching up the Galley sooner.
T'POL: I've heard no complaints, except from Chef of course.
TUCKER: When this is all over, I plan on having a little chat with the
Starfleet Quartermaster about what they put in those ration packs.
ARCHER: When this is all over, I won't be complaining about the food.
I'll just be happy to get back to our original mission.
TUCKER: Hope you plan on swinging by Earth first. I told the
Engineering team I'd buy them a few rounds at the 602 club. You're both
invited, of course.
ARCHER: I wouldn't miss it.
TUCKER: What about you?
T'POL: You may buy me a drink if you wish.
TUCKER: I meant, what are your plans for the future? It's been a long
time since you've been to Vulcan.
ARCHER: The High Command would be lucky to get you back.
T'POL: There are some colleagues I'd enjoy seeing again, but I've
considered formalising my service with Starfleet.
ARCHER: I may be able to pull some strings, get you out of basic
TUCKER: Can you imagine the look of Soval's face when he sees her in a
Starfleet uniform? Please let me be there.
T'POL: I said I was considering it.
REED [OC]: Bridge to the Captain.
ARCHER: Go ahead.
REED [OC]: We're approaching the co-ordinates.
ARCHER: Tactical Alert. I'm on my way.
[Weapon control area]
LIEUTENANT: Activate the reactor.
TECHNICIAN: Yes, Lieutenant.
LIEUTENANT: Commander Dolim,
LIEUTENANT [OC]: The final arming sequence has
DOLIM: Excellent. Inform me when you are ready. I'll be in my thermal
(An alarm sounds.)
DOLIM: What is it?
SOLDIER: A vortex is opening.
SOLDIER: Bearing two seven nine, range four thousand kilometres. Were
you expecting reinforcements?
(Three ships appear.)
DOLIM: Send a patrol to intercept them.
SOLDIER: More vortexes are opening. Fourteen, eighteen ships. Aquatics.
Six ships approaching the weapon.
DOLIM: Target them. Have Commander Kolo's squadron maintain position.
REED: They're moving to intercept, but they're
keeping a substantial force around the weapon.
ARCHER: Feel like taking them on?
REED: Give me the word, sir.
ARCHER: This is Captain Archer. Cut us loose.
(Enterprise flies out of the Aquatic ship's shuttlebay.)
SOLDIER: Sir. The humans.
ARCHER: Steady, Travis.
(Enterprise heads for the weapon.)
JANNAR: They're breaking off.
HUMANOID: Have all ships concentrate their fire on the weapon.
REED: We're in range.
(Enterprise strafes the weapon.)
[Weapon Control area]
TECHNICIAN: They're targeting the primary
LIEUTENANT: Continue the arming sequence.
REED: Minor damage to the starboard nacelle. We're
still in the fight.
ARCHER: Bring us around for another pass.
(Things are going bang.)
DOLIM: Target the Earth vessel.
SOLDIER: We can't, sir. The Aquatics are protecting them.
T'POL: Captain, I've located Ensign Sato. She's on
board one of the Reptilian vessels.
ARCHER: Can you get a transporter lock?
T'POL: She's somewhere on the first three decks. I can't pinpoint her
ARCHER: Send Major Hayes and his team.
REED: Aye, sir.
(As the four MACOs beam on board and start
SOLDIER: We've lost eight vessels. We've only disabled two of theirs.
We're no match for the Aquatics.
[Weapon Control area]
DOLIM [OC]: We must deploy the weapon now.
LIEUTENANT: We need another five minutes.
DOLIM: In another five minutes it will be
[Weapon Control area]
DOLIM [OC]: And you along with it.
(The MACO's take out a guard then blow the door
open. Hoshi is lying on the floor, unconscious.)
HAYES: Ensign. Ensign! Hayes to Enterprise. Enterprise, respond. We
should get back to the beam-in point.
(He hauls Hoshi over his shoulder easily.)
PRIMARY: The Reptilians are under attack.
BUILDER: If we don't act, the weapon will be destroyed.
PRESAGE: The timelines now indicate that is the likely outcome.
(A Sphere starts to light up along its seams and throw off energy
T'POL: Captain, there's a massive anomaly forming
near the weapon. Two more.
(The bulkheads ripple.)
ARCHER: Keep us clear of them, Travis.
TRAVIS: We'll have to pull back.
ARCHER: Do what you can, but keep us in firing range.
TRAVIS: Aye, sir.
(An Aquatic ship gets mangled by the transformed space)
HUMANOID: Captain Archer.
ARCHER [OC]: Go ahead.
HUMANOID: The anomalies are creating a barrier between us and the
HUMANOID [OC]: We can't get through.
HAYES: (under fire) Hayes to Enterprise.
ARCHER: Go ahead.
HAYES [OC]: We've got Sato.
ARCHER: Archer to Tucker. Lock onto Major Hayes.
TUCKER: I wish I could, sir. The last anomaly
knocked the transporter offline. Tell them to stand by.
ARCHER: Archer to Hayes. We've got a malfunction.
Can you hold your position?
(He uses a grenade to take out the Reptilians behind them, then carries
on shooting at the ones in front.)
SOLDIER: The intruders are trapped on level seven.
DOLIM: And the anomalies?
SOLDIER: They've disabled three of the Aquatic ships.
DOLIM: The Guardians will not let us fail.
TUCKER: Tucker to Hayes.
HAYES [OC]: Go ahead.
TUCKER: I'm ready to get you out, but I can only transport two
TUCKER [OC]: At a time. I'm going to have to reset
HAYES: Take her. Lock on Kelly and Sato.
(They get beamed out.)
TUCKER [OC]: Ready for two more.
HAYES: You two are next.
(After Kemper, who has just been hit, and the
other are safe.)
HAYES: I could use a change of scenery.
TUCKER [OC]: Stand by, Major.
(He beams him out just as a Reptilian gets two clean shots
in. Hayes arrives on the transporter pad and collapses
straight away from his wounds.)
[Weapon Control area]
LIEUTENANT: Commander Dolim.
DOLIM [OC]: What's your status?
LIEUTENANT: We've completed the arming sequence.
T'POL: Captain. The power readings from the weapon
REED: They're preparing to launch.
ARCHER: Get us close, Travis.
TRAVIS: What about the anomalies?
ARCHER: I said, take us in.
TRAVIS: Aye, sir.
[Weapon Control area]
LIEUTENANT: Ready to launch on your order,
DOLIM: Open a vortex. Set a course for Earth.
(The big, round nasty disappears from sight.)
REED: They're gone.
(A very crowded place with lots of filled beds.)
HAYES: I told him I was ready for duty.
REED: I'm afraid he's a bit of a mother hen.
HAYES: How's Ensign Sato?
PHLOX: Her biosigns are stable.
REED: Thank you for bringing her home.
HAYES: All in a days work. Use McKenzie.
HAYES: She knows the team. Rely on her.
REED: No more of that talk. That's an order.
(Hayes jerks and has a heart attack)
PHLOX: Cardio-stimulator. Step away, please.
(He applies the paddles to Hayes' chest.)
PHLOX: Increase by point two joules.
(But it's no good. The gallant Major has gone.)
ARCHER: How long before it reaches Earth?
JANNAR: Ten hours.
ARCHER: Could an aquatic ship reach it in time?
HUMANOID: Doubtful. They have powerful weapons but their speed is
JANNAR: Degra's ship is considerably faster.
TUCKER: What are we waiting for?
HUMANOID: The ship isn't well-armed. It would be useless against the
ARCHER: We might be able to get a team on board, disable it from the
JANNAR: The Reptilians will have soldiers stationed aboard the weapon.
ARCHER: We'll deal with them when we get there.
HUMANOID: Captain, the Aquatics joined us only because you promised to
neutralise the Spheres. They expect you to fulfil that promise.
JANNAR: The future of our people is at stake, as well.
ARCHER: Are you ready?
T'POL: I believe so. We have a plan to disable Sphere Forty One.
TUCKER: If we're right, it should disrupt the entire network.
ARCHER: Then as soon as we undock, set a course for Sphere Forty One.
REED: (to all the MACOs) At ease. I've just come
from Sickbay, where the Doctor assures me that Sergeant Kemper and
Ensign Sato will make full recoveries. Unfortunately, Major Hayes'
injuries were more severe. He didn't survive. I'm sorry. We've got less
than ten hours before this weapon reaches Earth. The Captain wants to
take a team aboard to destroy it. I don't imagine the reptilians will
make this easy for us, but that's why you're here. That's why Major
Hayes picked each one of you for this mission. Because he knew you'd
get the job done. I need three volunteers. (all step forward) Woods,
Ramira, Forbes. Assemble your gear. Meet me at the starboard airlock in
ARCHER: How is she?
PHLOX: Stable. The Xindi parasites were no match for my osmotic eel.
ARCHER: I need to talk to her.
PHLOX: She's undergone a severe neural trauma.
ARCHER: She's been inside the weapon. I have to know what she saw.
PHLOX: It should be safe to revive her in two hours. No less.
ARCHER: All right. Have her taken aboard Degra's ship right away.
PHLOX: She's in no condition to be moved!
ARCHER: I don't have any choice, Doctor.
PHLOX: You could kill her.
ARCHER: I want her on that ship in twenty minutes.
PHLOX: She'll need another cortical treatment. At least let me come
ARCHER: There's a medical bay aboard Degra's ship. Show Lieutenant Reed
how to do it.
PHLOX: He's not a doctor.
ARCHER: Phlox, you're needed here.
(Archer walks away down a corridor lined with injured crewmen.)
SOLDIER: The Insectoids.
INSECTOID [on viewscreen]: The anomalies worked to our advantage.
DOLIM: We were fortunate.
INSECTOID [on viewscreen]: It was more than good fortune. The human
claims the Guardians control the Spheres.
DOLIM: He also started a civil war between our species.
INSECTOID [on viewscreen]: The human didn't kill Degra. You did.
DOLIM: Degra was a traitor.
INSECTOID [on viewscreen]: I'm no longer certain of that.
DOLIM: Then it's a good thing we already have your launch codes.
DOLIM: Lock weapons on their ship.
DOLIM: I won't risk any more interference. Fire.
(The little ship is hit, and smashes against the weapon.)
(Degra's ship is docked, and two MACOs carry Hoshi
on a stretcher.)
TUCKER: Malcolm. Hang on. Bring me back a piece of that weapon. A
REED: With pleasure. All set, sir.
ARCHER: When we're finished, we'll meet you at the rendezvous
TUCKER: We'll be there. Captain, good luck.
ARCHER: I expect you to keep him in line.
T'POL: I'll do my best.