Engineering. Krispy Krem gestures at the warp core, "There, that one." Quantum looks at an open panel and comments that he's surprised the Ferengi didn't electrocute themselves. "You can't just yank out an anti-matter injector like it was a light bulb," Quantum tells him. "Would you mind?" Krispy Krem asks. Quantum says he'll have to take the injector assembly offline. Krispy Krem grunts his assent and tells Quantum, "Warp core parts are in high demand." "Even if your cousin does find the vault, what makes you think he's going to share the gold with you?" Quantum asks. Krispy Krem tells him they have a contract, but Quantum points out that he'll never know what his real share is if he doesn't know what's in the vault, and therefore might get cheated. Blah blah blah creating-more-infighting-cakes. Quantum offers to help Krispy Krem capture the other Ferengi, and then they can split the loot fifty-fifty. "I'll even throw in the Vulcan female," Quantum says. Krispy Krem gushes a bit and appears to consider the proposition, but then orders Quantum to keep on with his work. Quantum tells Krispy Krem it's "[his] loss" and goes back to the warp core.
"Where. Is. The. Vault?" Grish asks, looking down at something as Muk watches. "Do. You. Understand. Me?" Grish asks. Porthos, standing on the bed, barks and waves his tail, drawing a massive collective "Awwww!" from the Keckler household. "I can't lock onto its language," Grish says, playing with the Universal Translator. "It's a lower life form, you fool!" Muk says. "Probably the captain's next meal." Grish observes, "Don't be so sure. Look at the size of its ears." Hee. Muk picks up the pup and says he'll get a good price for him at the Malurzian Zoo. He holds Porthos in the air and examines him. Mathra thinks the writers missed an opportunity for a good joke here -- they should've made it look like the pup whizzed on Muk. It's bathroom humor, yes, but it always works. Think of what the Ferengi's reaction would have been. Felix joins them, says there's nothing there, and suggests searching the other quarters. Muk calls after them that he's had "enough of vault-hunting for one day" and tells them to "have fun."