Enterprise. T'Pol assumes Silik was the one Daniels said they had to stop. Reed locates some trace remnant energy patterns from the sh'pod crash site. Trip's confused as to why Silik pulled him out of the launchbay before he depressurized it instead of just leaving him to die. "Another item on our list of things to ponder," Reed snarks, eager to get underway and to stop all this thinking stuff.
Alicia and Quantum skulk with Krakko and Oxmyx down some steps off the street. Oxmyx reminds everyone that curfew starts in an hour, and gunshots ring out to remind us how the Nazis are SO evil they don't even abide by their own rules before they start killing people. Krakko and Oxmyx jaw a bit about how they used to rule the streets and can't get used to all this hiding they now have to do. This, of course, prompts Alicia to expose them as the mobsters they really are. We're forty minutes into this episode and they're actually taking the time to make sure we know exactly what Vic, Sal, and Carmine do? Man, every time I watch this show I lose I.Q. points.
In a darkened alley some time later, Oxmyx tells Quantum that the guy they're meeting is a drunkard and a welscher, so they shouldn't put too much stock in what he says. Fine. Move it along, please. After some minor intimidation by Oxmyx and Krakko and wise-guying in response by the welscher, Quantum gets his information. The welscher's been mole-ing for the Alienazis, and he informs on the Gestapo as well as on the Resistance. He says he once he caught a glimpse of his contact, and admits he's like no one he's ever seen: "It's the red eyes I can't forget." Aw, you could almost put that on a Hallmark card. Quantum demands a meeting. The Welsh Mole hesitates until Alicia says, "Sal." This single syllable pushes Oxmyx into forgiving the Welsh Mole twenty percent of his debts. Krakko's all, "Damn, Oxmyx," and Oxmyx admits that he's a generous guy, but warns the Welsh Mole not to get him in a bad mood because the Nazis don't have nothing on the days he gets up on the wrong side of the bed.