Sickbay. Phlox SCATs Daniels and concludes that he's dying (YAY!) because his body has aged at a dramatic rate. Although there are also some places where his body has actually reverted to nearly fetal tissue. I don't want to even KNOW where exactly those places are. Time-Traveling AIDS aside, T'Pol needs to talk to Daniels as he may be, like Obi-Wan, their only hope.
Back on the set of "A Piece of the Action," Oxmyx, Krakko (but sadly, no Spocko), and some others head over to Alicia's place. We see Nazis beating and killing people in the streets. The mobsters pause momentarily to consider a turf war, but keep trucking. Inside the apartment, Oxmyx checks out Alicia's windows and announces that "Vic" was arrested a few hours ago. The Nazis are trying to find out where they misplaced Quantum and they think this Vic might know something. The mobsters want to know who Quantum is and what's so special about him, but Quantum tells them "it's classified." I'm annoyed that the mobsters don't say, "Yeah? Well, classify THIS!" and shoot him in the kneecaps. Oxmyx does point a gun in Quantum's face and tells him he has three seconds, but as he counts down, another mobster intervenes and tells him to calm down. All Quantum will say is that they are on the same side. "Damn military," Oxmyx scoffs, "you cut and run and leave us at the mercy of these Nazi bastards." Quantum says there was no cutting or running on his part. "Oh, yeah, yeah, I forgot -- it was an 'orderly retreat,'" Oxmyx sneers as sirens wail by. Oxmyx turns to Alicia -- who, let's face it, is just Lily from First Contact in bobby socks and a ponytail -- and tells her that if Vic breaks, they won't be safe. Alicia pops open a bottle of Moxie and says she's not leaving her home. And I'll bet she'll never go hungry again either. Oxmyx bites back a proud smile and says they are going to get more info on Vic. As he leaves, he actually smiles at Quantum, which makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Like, are we expected to believe that this mobster, who has been living under and fighting a Nazi occupation, suddenly just *snap* trusts this stranger, especially since the stranger has given zip in the info or trust-building departments? Well, then again, we are expected to believe that the time travel plot hasn't gotten nearly enough play in twenty-seven years of Trek -- isn't that right, Bermaga? Don't make me come up with an insulting nickname for you, Manny.