Engineering. T'Pevil marches in to get a progress report from Evil Trinneevil. Evil Trinneevil growls that he needs to do a few more things. "I spent four hours in the booth because of you!" Evil Trinneevil bellows next. T'Pevil tells him to take it up with Evil Leaper's furrows, not her. Evil Trinneevil accuses her of the sabotage and frame-up. "You're mistaken," T'Pevil tells him calmly. The hell Evil Trinneevil is, he thinks he'd remember if he committed sabotage. "Not necessarily," T'Pevil sneers. Half Evil Trinneevil's face gets wary. The other half stays melted. "What did you do to me?" Evil Trinneevil demands. "I lured you away from Engineering with the promise of sexual encounter," T'Pevil explains. We get a flashback shot of the two of them making out before T'Pevil slaps a mind-meld on him. She implanted a telepathic suggestion in his mind, which compelled him to sabotage the grid. "After you completed the assignment, we melded again. I altered your memory of what had happened," T'Pevil says, backing into a corner but not looking the least bit afraid of Evil Trinneevil. Or his melted face. Basically, T'Pevil's saying that she can have sex with Evil Trinneevil whenever she wants and then just erase his memory of it. Evil Trinneevil advances on her: "You're gonna regret what you did!" "Threats are illogical," T'Pevil says, which is, as Couch Baron reminded me, exactly what Sarek the Hot said in "Journey to Babel." Cool. Evil Trinneevil slams his hand on the bulkhead. But it's all for show, he was just abusing the comm button. He tells the Bridge they're good to go.
They engage the cloak with awesome effects. Enterprise starts to shimmer and then becomes colorless and transparent (much like Wonder Woman's airplane) before disappearing completely.