Prisoner's suite. Frack straps Trip back into his restraints as Trip complains that after all he did to help, he's being treated like a common prisoner. Frack ignores him as he finds reasons to touch Trip's hand repeatedly while adjusting his restraints before walking away. "Aw, the least you could do is say 'thanks,'" Trip mutters. The Nausicaan pauses on the catwalk and bends down to Trip's level. "Thanks," he drawls sarcastically. Wow -- a Nausicaaan drawling sarcastically; this race really must have an anti-Renaissance in the next few centuries. "That was nice!" Terence Trent D'Alien offers as Frack walks away, and then starts in with the reminiscing. Trip glares at his quivering gills and barks, "Shut up!" Terence Trent D'Alien descends into a deep sulk.
Enterprise. The Enolian Ambassador recounts to T'Pol what transpired between his patrol ships and the transport vessel, and finishes by saying that his patrol boats now have orders to destroy the transport vessel. T'Pol argues with him about killing two innocent humans, but the Enolian Ambassador identifies Frick as a particularly unsavory convict who has been on Enolians' Most Wanted so many times, he actually reaps residuals whenever the show airs. Apparently, Frick's real name is something that sounds like "Corona Lauren," and Mathra wonders if he's related to Sophia while I wander into the kitchen looking for beer and a few limes. The Enolian Ambassador says his people are determined to destroy Frick while Dance Of The Reed Flutes clamors that they intend to get Trip and Quantum back. "Then I suggest you find them before our patrols do," the Enolian Ambassador says.