||Generally handled fairly well. Final episodes can be a bit predictable, and I suppose this one was. They did have to pull a few cheap tricks to work some things out, Syrrin's memories affecting Archer for instance, but in general they were fairly few and far between. However, they missed one trick in going after T'Pol rather than trying to enter the capital using whatever transport the Vulcan security forces had available (they must have had something) although even that would be unlikely to get through security at the end - unless it's the usual Trek plot-dependent security (which it was anyway, but they might at least have tried). The most interesting part of the story was how V'Las was made to look more and more isolated through all three episodes until he finally found himself on his own with no options. That makes sense, he was at the head of a government about to fall. The final revelation, the Vulcans were acting like Romulans because there were Romulans amongst them, was quite clever. I also like the way they didn't let the reformation go too far at once, so there are still some tensions. Another decent episode.