Enterprise. Trip orders them to get a lock on Soval.
Shran's crew wonders if they should return fire. "Are you going to make enemies of the humans as well?" Soval wonders. Shran McCain finally decides to let Soval go back to Enterprise.
The Geordi. T'Pau examines footprints in the sand leading to Mt. Selaya. It would appear that none of them are Jesus because she also identifies T'Pol's tiny trail. I highly doubt that T'Pol's little high-heeled boots would leave Timberland track marks. Quantum follows the trail, announcing to T'Pau that he's going after his science officer and he really doesn't want to hear any lectures about many needs and few outweighs. God, he's really stupid, isn't he? Can't he figure out that his science officer is leading her captors to the mountain in order to give them time to get to the Emerald Blood City? Way to make her dangerous efforts completely pointless. Ass.
Enterprise. Sickbay. Phlox and Trip examine an unconscious Soval as Shran McCain walks in and asks after the Vulcan. They actually let him back on the ship? Trip, don't slip into Quantum's asinine habits of the first season, not when you were doing so well. Shran defends himself by saying he had to be sure Soval was telling the truth. Phlox confirms that Soval will have no lasting damage to his emotions -- just a little lower back pain and some breakouts. Shran say the Andorians are redeploying their fleet. "Now yuh b'leeve him. What changed yer mind?" Trip asks. "A lesser man would have told me what I wanted to hear even if it wasn't true. There's been too much suspicion -- too many lies on both sides," Shran says, and hands over the coordinates of where the Andorians and the Vulcans will run into each other. The Andorians think it would be helpful if Enterprise came along.
The Geordi. The High Commandos hear a sehlat who is late for dinner. They spread out. We see that T'Pau is also a B'eastmaster, as her multiphonic voice is the one faking the sehlat call to draw off the Vulcans. Two of the High Commandos start shaking their lirpas and soon electrical charges attack them. Looks like they came upon one of those rocks that ate Quantum's Klingon knife. Head High Commando witnesses this and looks hysterically down at his lirpa before he throws it aside. Quantum attacks him from above and delivers a few kidney punches before he holds a lirpa to Head High Commando's neck and demands to know where T'Pol is. Head High Commando says T'Pol's been taken to the High Command. Quantum snatches back the lirpa and administers the VULCAN FUCKING NECK PINCH. T'Pau observes that his technique is improving. WhatthefuckEVER! They took something away from Bones -- BONES! -- and gave it to this furrowing jackass? Granted, McCoy weighed 1/18 what Quantum does and almost folded in half when he tried it, but STILL! I can't believe they dare to do this -- Bakula could very well go down as they most hated captain in Trek history, and giving him SURAK'S FUCKING KATRA and the VULCAN FUCKING NECK PINCH is just making matters worse. He is SO not WORTHY!