Xindi of the Round Table. The Round Table has agreed to listen to this new evidence Quantum wishes to present. Quantum states that the Xindi "Guardians" and the Golden Girl Sphere Knitters are one and the same. He can prove this because they came across Impetigo not too long ago, and he explained what his race was trying to do to their dimension. The pod Impetigo was found in was made up of the same alloys that make up the exteriors of the spheres. Aquawoman says, "You've already presented this information." Hey, that's past tense, and I could hear it! Oooh, do you think maybe I'm part bat? I've always wondered why I have these leathery wings and an appetite for bugs. Quantum beams down Impetigo in his stasis pod. It's not really Impetigo, though; it's all a masterful illusion. Degra explains that what they're looking at is a bio-metric hologram -- the same technology used to train their physicians: "It was constructed from medical data collected by Enterprise's medical officer." Bug House wants to know how they can be sure the data Phlox used wasn't falsified. Degra testifies that the humans don't have the technology to produce such a detailed fabrication. Quantum asks the Round Table if this is one of the Golden Girls Sphere Knitters. Three-Toed walks over and admits that there's quite a bit of resemblance. Aquawoman sings out. She's probably saying, "Bug House, you make a better door than a window -- move the hell over!" Hoshi translates, "It is a Guardian." The two Bug Houses go more bug house than usual. I think they're actually warming up their voices to sing in Virginia. The Bug Houses want the humans expelled from their Round Table. Dolum cagily says that they are open to hearing more. So is everyone else at the Round Table, overruling the cicadas.
Sphere. The team gets stuff. May-Blustery-Day reports that whatever was moving earlier stopped. T'Pol does stuff. May-Blustery-Day sees something moving and shouts, "Got something! It's heading in your direction and moving fast!" The team looks around but doesn't see anything. "It's coming down from the upper left quadrant!" May-Blustery-Day warns. The team whirls around in circles. It might have helped if May-Blustery-Day had told them if he meant his left or their left. "Are you sure?!" Reed shrieks. "Damn sure -- it's seventy meters away, fifty meters, thirty, fifteen!" May-Blustery-Day counts down. Uh-Oh Dead Stripe sees it and climbs up something to meet it. A big metal claw opens up. The team fires at it, but it grabs Uh-Oh Dead Stripe. Reed keeps firing. The claw vaporizes Uh-Oh Dead Stripe. T'Pol looks surprised. Reed keeps firing, and tells T'Pol to get out of there. Reed follows her, still firing, and finally disables the claw. May-Blustery-Day pulls the sh'pod around and announces that five more are heading their way: "MOVE!"