Back in the mines, Wheezer says he's tired of Quantum, Trip, and the Nine-Fingered Xindi's shenanigans, and would rather have them killed than keep them as troublesome slaves. In the middle of all this, he puts his fingers up to his nose and sniffs. Ew! Why is he smelling his fingers?! At this point, Major Hayes's Uh-Ohs Batman down some ropes and start firing. There's a big fight scene -- a really great fight scene, as a matter of fact -- and the most notable part is that one female Uh-Oh has a long scene taking down one of Wheezer's men. It's a pretty awesome fight and foretells that this Uh-Oh will definitely be having a storyline in the future. Poor Anthony. Reed gives the signal that they can all get out now, and they start evacuating. The Nine-Fingered Xindi -- and I have to say, this cracked me up -- gets up from his hiding place, straightens his vest, and nonchalantly starts to walk out with the rest of the escapees. Quantum throws him back and demands to know what the hell he's doing. "You promised to take me with you," The Nine-Fingered Xindi whines. "That was before your little performance back there," Trip says, training a large gun on him to stop him in his tracks. The Nine-Fingered Xindi begs to be taken away, and promises to give them the coordinates of his homeworld. Trip and Quantum acquiesce.
Outside the mine, more of Wheezer's band fire on them, and the Nine-Fingered Xindi is hit. Green shocks flow all over his body, and he collapses. Reed tells May-At-This-Point-I-Wouldn't-Say-No-To-Battlestar Galactica to lock on to his signal and bring the other sh'pod down. With an awesome new weapon that allows him to see through the darkness and zoom into the sniper's location, an Uh-Oh takes down Wheezer. Trip and Quantum lug the Nine-Fingered Xindi away. Just think how much heavier he'd be if he had all ten of his fingers.
Bridge. Hoshi reports that both sh'pods are on their way back, with all persons accounted for plus one. The warships are seven minutes away, so T'Pol orders the sh'pods to dock simultaneously and prepares the ship for warp. Which Enterprise does, leaving a tri-colored warp trail that wasn't seen last season. And by the looks of this blow-out-the-special-effects-budget episode, it won't be seen again.