Kayla returns with her wrap, which looks too sheer to be warm. Quantum lets her in and says, "Your surgeons did a nice job." Kayla stops in her tracks. "All the Tandarans I met had a very distinctive feature, right here," Quantum points to the bridge of his nose. "Tandarans? I don't understand," Kayla hedges. Quantum whips out his e-pad and explains the bio-scan he did on her. "They may be able to change your face, but not your DNA," Quantum tells her. He asks if Colonel Grat sent her. Kayla doesn't seem to know what he's talking about. Quantum supposes it's possible she doesn't know who he's talking about, but she asked him the exact same questions Grat asked him. "Except he was a little more aggressive. On the other hand, he didn't try to win my sympathy with fictitious tragedies," Quantum bites out. Kayla tells him he's "all wrong," and tries to leave. Quantum grabs her arm and demands to know who sent her there. Kayla lays her hand over his and then pokes him with her middle fingernail. Blood appears on Quantum's hand. I so wanted her to say, "If I medicine you, you'll know you've been medicined," like Presuming Ed. But since the writers have no sense of humor, she just says, "I'm sorry," as Quantum staggers away. We get Quantum-Vision in full force. He looks at a fuzzy and reeling Kayla, who tells him he's been very kind to her. Quantum drops to his knees and falls to his face. Kayla tells him she's going to check out now, because she can't let him interfere. She leaves. Quantum lies on the floor next to his e-pad. He's a trained actor reduced to the status of a bum!
Episode Report CardKeckler: B+ | 302 USERS: C+
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