Quantum sits down to a completely awkward (even for him) conversation with Hoshi's father in which he barely gets out the information that Hoshi is dead. Mr. Sato gets offended that Quantum even presumes to call Hoshi one of his own family, and tells him he'll get back to him when he speaks with Hoshi's mother. That's a weird response to have when you've been told you're daughter died in a transporter accident: "I'll get back to you on that one." Wonder what it says for Hoshi's perception of how her parents feel about her. Since Hoshi can stick her hands -- but not her feet -- through all kinds of solid mechanisms, she reaches up to the ceiling and plays with a blinking light. She seems to be capable of interrupting the path of electricity, and reminds Quantum he knows Morse Code. Quantum looks around at the weird buzzing noise, and Hoshi encourages him to figure it out: "That's right, it's not supposed to be making that noise, is it?" Quantum investigates the blinking lights. "S-O-S," Hoshi tells him. "It's a call for help." Just in case there were a bunch of Cleti in the audience who don't know what an S-O-S is. T'Pol walks in, and Quantum explains his furrow. "A plasma circuit's being interrupted," T'Pol tells him. "I'll ask Commander Tucker to take a look at it." Quantum stops her and tells her he thinks it's buzzing out an S-O-S in Morse Code. "Let's see how good your memory is," Hoshi says, and starts spelling out her name. T'Pol convinces Quantum that he's had a difficult day and he should try to get some rest. Sleep Anvil Number Six is taxiing up the runway. Quantum agrees and leaves with T'Pol, saying he'll have Trip look at it in the morning. Hoshi shouts that tomorrow is too late. Honey, you're dreaming if you think he can hear you.
Aliens fiddle some more, and in her see-through state, Hoshi watches the aliens from an access shaft. I guess being invisible and capable of walking through walls cures any and all feelings of claustrophobia one might have had several episodes ago. Hoshi attempts to foil their plans by being able (somehow) to disconnect their stuff. She can't push buttons on doors, yet she can interfere with a plasma circuit and disconnect bombs? Maybe Hoshi dreams of being MacGyver. The aliens reconnect their stuff, but Hoshi can't work her magic a second time, so the bombs seem to be primed. Summoning up a transporter pad, the aliens beam out of the scene of the crime. Hearing Reed and Trip's voices telling her, "Come on, Hoshi, come on!" and "It's as easy as one, two --" Hoshi decides to jump on the pad and follow the aliens, although what in the world she was thinking that would accomplish other than putting her on an alien world, I don't even know.