Elsewhere, Klaang is being questioned by the Suliban. And though they've tied him up and have tubes running into his face, the Suliban don't seem to be torturing him. They ask him questions in Klingon (it's subtitled) and tell him he's not going to be harmed if he gives them what they want. Klaang insists he doesn't have what they want and doesn't know what they are after. They ask him if he met with Sarin, a female Suliban, and Klaang says he did. They ask him what she told him, but Klaang tells them that Sarin didn't tell him anything. The main questioner gets frustrated and asks one of his minions if he's sure Klaang is telling the truth. The minion tells him Klaang must be telling the truth, because the "drugs are working." After a few more questions, the head Suliban says resentfully, "Keep him alive while I'm gone," and storms out.
Enterprise comes out of warp and orbits a planet. Cpt. Quantum, sporting a snazzy quilted metallic jacket, tells his crew that "as soon as [they've] tied down [they'll] be descending into the trade complex -- it has thirty-six levels." T'Pol hands out little objects and tells the Away Team that their translators have been programmed for Rigellian, but that there will be quite a few other species they'll run into who will be "impatient with newcomers." Wait, let's check out this Away Team -- nope, not an unknown among them, so I guess no one's going to die down on Rigel 10. "None of them has seen a human before," T'Pol continues, strutting before them in her version of the Metallic Wrap Jacket Of The Away Mission. "You have a tendency to be gregarious, I suggest you try to. Restrain. That. Tendency," T'Pol grinds out, putting her emphasis or lack of emphasis on all the wrong words. "You forgot to warn us about drinking the water," Trip says, momentarily channeling DeForest Kelley. Ah, Bones, how we miss you and your ways. T'Pol, like a Vulcan, takes him literally and tells the Away Team that Dr. Phlox thinks they should be safe consuming the food and water. "But," she says portentiously, "he does caution against intimate contact." Trip and Mayweather do a Nudge-Nudge-Wink-Wink dance in their Quilted Metallic Jackets Of The Away Mission. Cpt. Quantum takes over from here and tells his crew that it seems Klaang might have been a courier, so "whoever gave it to him might know why he was taken. It was just a few days ago -- a seven-foot Klingon doesn't go unnoticed." Especially when he was Zeus in the WWF. The Away Team shuttles off in their pod through the snow to Rigel 10's trade complex.