Khannabee Ship. A sheen of ugly sex sweat covers Dawsonella and Mullet as they lie in bed together. They discuss how Dain'ta got away. Clearly Mullet knows Dawsonella helped him. Clearly we know Dawsonella is dead, because Dawsonella is no khan artist. Dawsonella can't believe Mullet suspects her. Mullet leans in and whispers, "Your heart is beating faster -- maybe it's trying to tell me something." Yeah, it's saying, "You are a freakish fug with tendencies toward stalkerhood. Go away." This is where I realize he totally reminds me of Grima. Dawsonella snatches a blade from a sheath. "Are you going to use that on me?" Mullet asks. The camera pans up to show Dawsonella in this awkward and laughable "defensive" stance. She's got her legs spread apart, she's half squatting, and her arm holding the knife is bent at the elbow and partially raised. If Mullet was crawling on the floor, this might be an effective posture, otherwise, no. Mullet moves to get off the bed, and Dawsonella strikes. Mullet and his black bike pants fall off the bed. When Mullet rises, all he has is a cut even though Dawsonella struck with such force, and with such whistling sound effects, using such a large bowie knife, that his head should have flown right off. "You shouldn't have done that," he whispers, touching the blood and then licking his hand. With an ugly yell, Dawsonella jumps on the bed and takes a few swings at him. It's unfortunate that Dain'ta wasn't around to teach them why jumping on the bed is dangerous. Mullet punches and kicks her before he grabs the knife, flips her on the floor, and stabs her through her back. She gapes at him and bugs her eyes. As she dies, still with the mouth gaping, Mullet pulls her into an embrace and rasps, "I'll miss you." Dawsonella's mouth continues to gape its way to rigor mortis. I'll bet he has sex with her because he sees an opening. Mullet kisses her and, unbelievably, the Dawsonella actress saw fit for her character to purse her GAPING DYING MOUTH together to receive the kiss. Mullet drops her on the floor and looks uglier than he has this whole arc. With the veins and the retchiness and the sex sweat sheen and the bleh.
Enterprise. Trip, T'Pol, and Dain'ta do stuff in Engineering. Dain'ta apologizes to T'Pol for the stuff with the Orions: "Hope you weren't permanently injured." Trip tells him to stay focused on the task at hand. "Ooh, someone's a little protective of Commander T'Pol," Dain'ta sniggers. A Klingon vessel approaches them.
Bridge. Reed says it's a much bigger ship than the other one. The Klingon ship comms them to surrender and prepared to be boarded.