The Suliban and Tholians fight it out.
Using only a knitting needle and a Hallmark card, Malcolm and Quantum arm the torpedo warhead.
Engineering. Trip works on the emergency beacon.
T'Pol comms Quantum that the Suliban are losing the dogfight, so they don't have much time. "We're working as fast as we can -- stand by," Quantum tells her, and continues to play MacGyver. with Malcolm. In the next cut, Malcolm Powder realized they're experiencing déjà poo brought on by the temporal radiation from the MMP. "If time's not repeating outside the Launch Bay, the Tholians could be close," Malcolm Powder observes. Close? They're right outside the window! Is he trying to say the Tholians might be close to being done making mottled mincemeat out of the Suliban, and can then turn their attention to blasting Enterprise? Or is he trying to say that the Tholians haven't reached Enterprise yet? Because in the second case, he would make absolutely no sense, since he just acknowledged that time isn't necessarily in repeats on the rest of the ship. I need to add crème de cassis to my Prosecco. Quantum and Malcolm Powder get back to work.
Bridge. T'Pol leans over May-Van-Dieman's-Land as he tells her the Suliban cell ships have been destroyed. "How many?" T'Pol asks. May-All-Along-The-Watchtower looks up dramatically: "All of them." Hoshi looks over in concern. May-Angel-Of-Harlem reports that the Tholians are on an intercept course. Okay, now I'm really confused. When the Suliban cell ships dropped out of warp and the Tholians engaged them in a firefight, all of that was taking place around Enterprise. There wasn't any action or dialogue that conveyed the idea that the fight between the Tholians and the Suliban was taking place several light years away, which would then necessitate the Tholians having to catch up to Enterprise once the battle was over. Gah. Why do I even care anymore?