Next stop, the crew quarters. We run into Tenmyoldy, who isn't all that friendly to us. And I'm pretty sure it's not because we call him Tenmyoldy, since I only do that behind his back. Sigme attempts to ask him about himself, such as why he's been acting weird ever since the old lady was found and whether Quark is his grandson, but Tenmyouji is all, "GTFO OF MY FACE I DON'T TRUST YOU." Alrighty then. His mother, I assume. Clover and Luna come join the party after searching the other rooms in the crew quarters, and predictably, their search came up zero. As in zero things, not the rabbit. Or the person. Because that would end the game rather prematurely. Sigme asks the others their thoughts on the reason Zero is making them play the Nonary Game. Luna speculates that it's entertainment for rich and powerful people. You're a bro and all, but sometimes you worry me, Luna. Her voice sounds really dreamy when she says that line, so I'm getting some possible masochistic vibes. In contrast to fantasizing Luna, Tenmyouji is still in his ragey old man mood and brings the topic back to the old lady and whether her death really was part of Zero's plans. If Zero Sr. did murder her... Seven in one...? I don't understand Clover statistics. Clover excludes herself and Alice as candidates for being Zero Sr. because they know each other and both know the other isn't Zero. This prompts Sigme and Luna to ask how Clover and Alice know each other, which Clover vaguely answers as 'co-workers' at an 'organisation'. She refuses to specify what the organisation is for 'confidential' reasons (it's totally a strip club) and, like Tenmyouji, is all, "GTFO OF MY FACE I DON'T TRUST YOU GUYS." Only less ragey and old man-y. The two girls go their separate ways, leaving Sigme alone with Tenmyouji once more. Unfortunately, he is no more willing to have a manly heart-to-heart with Sigme than he was before, so Sigme gives up and leaves the grumpy old man to be grumpy on his lonesome. Fine, Tenmyouji. I-It's not like we wanted to get to know you!