Corridor. Quantum shimmies down a bulkhead ladder and attacks a Christalien Scientist from behind. He gets the gun, and there's a brief scuffle before Quantum clocks the Christalien Scientist with the butt of the gun. YEAH! See, this is good -- we need more episodes where I'm actually on Quantum's side. Quantum drags the Christalien Scientist off. In a glowing blue tube -- seriously? If they're in the Catwalk and both warp nacelles are online, they'd be dead now -- Quantum takes bio-scans of a trussed and struggling Christalien Scientist. "I know -- medical scans are against your beliefs, but I don't think The Makers will mind," Quantum drawls, transmitting the scans from his console.
Sickbay. Phlox gets the scans and studies them.
Ready Room. A Christalien Scientist enters and says that Lyle is missing. Digimon tries to get the Crocodile on the phone.
Bridge. Digimon orders that internal sensors be used to locate Lyle. Just then, the lights flicker and May-I-Actually-Get-Another-Line announces that they are dropping out of warp. T'Pol reports that main power is being disrupted. Now, if this happened before Quantum staked his hideout, I might believe that he shouldn't be burned to a crisp now. As it is, though… Digimon demands to know why power is being disrupted, but T'Pol says she can't identify the location. She sort of says it with a mechanized tone that sort of makes Digimon think she actually can, but he has no way of proving it. You know what I say to that? Take it on faith, Digimon.
Somewhere in the ship's innards, Quantum pulls out a bunch of plugs.
Engineering. Trip insists he didn't do anything: "Ask your flunky over here -- he's being lookin' over mah shoulder the whole time." The flunky confirms that Trip never left his site. Even if he didn't, could the flunky really tell if Trip did something to screw up the systems? I wouldn't think so -- they don't seem so bright. "This did not happen by accident," Digimon says. No, it didn't -- it's Divine Intervention. Deal with it. Flunky discovers there's something wrong with the EPS manifolds somewhere. Digimon orders Doubting Thomas and Flunky to go check it out.
In the corridors, Flunky says, "It's on the left." Quantum jumps out from behind a corner says, "You passed it!" and blasts Flunky down. Doubting Thomas whips around, weapon out. By playing on his doubts, Quantum cajoles Doubting Thomas into helping him.
Bridge. They still can't find Lyle because systems are down all over the ship. An alarm goes off. May-Ooh-A-THIRD-Line! reports that a convoy of ships is approaching them. Onscreen, we can see four Fleabag ships flying in formation.