In the sh'pod, T'Pol briefs Quantum by showing him pictures of Bruce Davison as he looks as an Agaron: "The dorsal lobes of his ears were surgically altered. The ridge on his forehead was added sometime afterwards." Like the Klingons. Quantum wants to know why he didn't want to come home, and T'Pol tells him that he was assigned to infiltrate some smugglers. Instead of turning them in, he became one of them and got rich. "Smuggling what?" Quantum asks. "Synthetic bio-toxins, used to manufacture transgenic weapons," T'Pol tells him. So, anthrax? T'Pol tells her Captain that she tracked Menos for three months and always just missed him. Although, once she got pretty close to capturing him on Risa. "They thought they were invulnerable," T'Pol muses. "'They'?" Quantum wonders. "He," T'Pol corrects herself. "He thought he was invulnerable there. That no one would think to look for him in such a peaceful place." Quantum asks what happened. T'Pol tells him intensely that she got close, "very close, twenty metres, maybe ten." Shift to Sepia Tones Of Vulcan Flashback. Zig-zag camera, feet running through some tropical plants, shot of T'Pol with longer hair, heavy breathing. Back to Normal-Color Tones Of Present Day. "T'Pol?" Quantum prompts. T'Pol snaps out of it and tells him she never found him again: "No one did, until now." I wonder how many shows have cut to commercial or to a new scene after the words "until now."
Sh'pod lands in a snowglobe. Dressed up in fur hoodies, the E-Crew enters a cantina full of aliens. Ah, Mos Eisely, it never changes. T'Pol checks her scanner and says, "He's here." Considering that they're the only ones who aren't multi-ridged, aren't they going to stand out like fairly attractive humanoids in an alien bar?