Somewhere in the ship's innards, Trip sticks one of those lo-jack things on a door. I think -- I'm not completely sure, but I think that could be a vault set up for the Ferengi.
Bridge Situation Room. Felix walks in with his bag and watches Muk and Grish sacking the electronic equipment. "What's wrong, Ulis?" Muk asks sarcastically. "Can't find your pot of gold?" Felix (Ulis, but I'm staying with Felix) picks something up and asks what it is. "Hey, hey, hey!" Muk shouts, "don't touch!" "If you're not going to help us, you should return to the ship," Felix says bitterly. Muk ignores him and continues with his looting. "And what are you doing?" Felix asks Grish, who is bending over the tabletop viewer. "Wondering why I'm the only guest star no one has ever heard of," Mathra cracks. "Looking for the vault," Grish says in a dumb-blonde voice. "They're not going to put it on a map, you idiot!" Felix shouts. Grish says he knows that, but he's located the captain's personal quarters. T'Pol's now listening to them from outside the door. Felix doesn't get why the captain's quarters are important. "That's where you keep your latinum," Grish reminds him. Felix asks, "What's the quickest route?" Grish explains, while T'Pol calibrates something on her e-pad in the corridor.
Just as Felix says, "It's worth a look," T'Pol gives her e-pad a final tap, and a loud alarm goes off. The Ferengi run around, holding their lobes, until they locate the source of the noise. While they're distracted by this, T'Pol slips into the Situation Room and snatches three scanners from Muk's pile. "Make it stop!" Grish complains. Muk takes aim at a panel and fires his phaser a few times. The noise stops. "Let's get to their captain's quarters," Felix says and Grish follows him out. Muk gives the now-silent panel a severe look and fires at it one more time for good measure. The panel sparks, and Muk gives it a triumphant snort before going to collect his goods. He immediately notices that the three scanners T'Pol took are missing. "I left them right here," he shrieks. "You should be more careful with your acquisitions," Felix snots. Muk orders Felix to open his bag, but Felix refuses: "Are you calling me a thief?" Oh, the irony that is not there when you feel the need to stamp it with an anvil to ensure its delivery. "Everybody knows you'd steal the wax from your own mother's ears," Muk says. Grish tries to make peace, but T'Pol does something from her station in the corridor which makes a sound emanate from Felix's bag. Muk grabs the bag and upends it, finding two of the missing scanners. Muk and Felix argue about how the scanners got in his bag. "Where's the other one? There were three!" Muk demands. They both turn and look at the innocent Grish. "Get away from me!" Grish says. From the corridor, T'Pol examines the third scanner and listens to the sounds of stuff breaking. Muk shrieks, "You cheating no-good liar!"