Hoshi pulls up the self-destruct sequence. "T'Pol," Trip pleads. T'Pol looks at him and orders Hoshi to proceed. Hoshi pauses momentarily before following the orders: "Ten seconds to auto-destruct."
Apparently, the ten seconds elapsed during the commercial break, and the station's still there. "I think it's safe to say we're gonna need another plan," Trip says. T'Pol announces that they will destroy it their own damn selves. Trip reminds her, "It's buried inside an asteroid." Just like Kirk! T'Pol orders up some photonic torpedoes. May-bug takes the ship closer.
Dain'ta is exultant over the fact they they're still alive. Aliiiiive. ALIIIIIIIVE! Mullet suggests that since Phlox and Dr. Lucas are friends, they stick Phlox in the tube and get Lucas to talk. Dain'ta protests weakly, but Mullet ignores him as he searches for appropriate torture.
Enterprise is about to lock weapons on the torpedo when the Klingon Bird of Prey emerges and gives them trouble. Firefight.
Mullet accesses a virulent form of Cancelitis. "Stop, stop!" Dain'ta says, trying to stop him. Mullet shoves Dain'ta to the floor. Everyone gapes. Dr. Lucas finally breaks and pleads with Mullet to stop, whimpering that he'll give them the codes. Mullet almost doesn't stop. Dr. Lucas inputs the code. Khannabenigma announces that the embryo stasis chamber is opening. "Get him outta there," Dain'ta orders Mullet. Mullet glares but releases Phlox. Dain'ta nods at a few Khannabees to come with him. "You come with us," he orders Khannabee Student. Khannabee Student trades smoldering glances with Quantum and says he'd rather stay. "I understand," Dain'ta says, and hugs him. "I hope you have a long, happy life." Well, since you said it, he clearly won't. Dawsonella stays to glare at...someone.
Fighting in space. T'Pol orders the ship to target the station.
In a room of really bad bluescreen effects, Dain'ta gets all nostalgic over where the grown-up Khannabees were hatched. "So hard to choose nineteen out of so many," Dain'ta chokes. Khannabenigma looks all, "Da-ad, come o-on -- you're embarrassing me!"
Mullet burns a bunch of the deadliest diseases onto a DVD. Dawsonella mouth drops wide enough to match her forehead. "Can't hurt to have a little insurance," Mullet thinks. On her way to pick up the package of pathogens from the stasis unit, Dawsonella shoves the Away Team and the station's doctors into the containment cell. Quantum puts up a fight, and Khannabee Student helps. Mullet throws Quantum across the room and says, "I wasn't sure how I'd justify killing you. Now you've given me the perfect excuse." Oh, please. Like that's supposed to mean anything to us when you've already shown that you need no justification whatsoever to kill others? Get a new Evil Shtick, Mugly. Quantum hauls himself to his feet. "Whatever I can do to help," he pants. Mullet decides not to shoot Quantum, but aims to beat him to death instead. I can sympathize with that. He walks over to the groaning captain. The groaning captain kicks him in the head. He's certainly got a big enough target for it. "You're a competent fighter," Mullet comments. More competent fighting. "But that isn't good enough," Mullet grimaces as he seem to bleed black blood from his nose. Smack, punch, pow. Mullet throws Quantum into some removable wall that sparks and falls on him. "I wish I had time to continue our little match," Mullet says. Who does he think he is -- the Scarlet Pimpernel? Mullet punches some buttons and says that five minutes after they leave, the chamber will be flooded with a mess of really germy germs. "I wonder which one will kill you first," Mullet muses. "Stick around and find out," Quantum bleeds, bluff to the end. What a super intelligent way to ensure Quantum and Co.'s deaths. See, this is what happens when evil genius children aren't allowed to watch television -- they miss TBS's James Bond marathons and grow up stupid. Mullet smiles and says he likes him. He adds that he can't allow his brother to die in such a matter. "This will be much less painful," and he shoots Khannabee Student in his little underachieving heart. After the Khannabees leave, Quantum scurries to Khannabee Student's side, but it's too late -- he's already joined that regular-level reading group in the sky.