Could they stop with that now? Please? They've used that line, like, eight times in just this one episode, which means they cannot use it again for the next seven years. And I'm sorry, but if I haven't already made my opinion completely clear, I think Blalock sucks as a Vulcan. She shouldn't be allowing any trace of emotion to seep through at all -- otherwise she will completely undermine any future impact when she drops her Vulcan reserve in later episodes. She needs to study up on her Data, Spock, and Seven of Nine (Yes, I did say Seven of Nine. Dinners aside, I thought she was an excellent actress), all of whom kept their "humanness" or emotions in check so well that their fans swooned in later episodes when they actually cracked a bit. If she gives in, even a little bit, right at the start, no one's going to be interested later on. Okay, rant over. For now.
T'Pol tells Cpt. Quantum that she'll get spanked by the Vulcan High Command if anything happens to him or Tucker. Reed and his cheekbones arrive with the gadgets for the mission. He pops open one of the trunks: "This should reverse the polarity of any maglock within a hundred meters. Once you set the sequence, you'll have five seconds." So it's just a big magnet? Reed opens to the other Mafia metal suitcase and shows Quantum two weapons cushioned in black foam. They look like silver water guns. "Ah, our new weapons," Cpt. Quantum says. Wait, "new"? Why didn't they take them down to Rigel 10? Did they just arrive by transporter mail or something? "They're called phase pistols," Reed explains, handing one over to Quantum. "They have two settings: 'stun' and 'kill.' It would be best not to confuse them." Heh. I like Reed. Only Brits can deliver such deadpan humor. Another crash rocks the ship. "Time to go," Cpt. Quantum says, packing up the gadgets. "The ship is yours," he tells T'Pol. The pod drops out of the bottom of the ship, with a nervous-looking Trip Tucker gripping the controls. Some alarm goes off. "What's that?" Cpt. Quantum asks. "Travis said not to worry about that panel," Trip says mock-confidently.