From what I understand about them coming around; it all started when the Xenomorph came into Captain Monk's quarters. It was quite dark in the room. Not a mouse stirred, the captain's various uniforms for different occasions poke out the closet, and the furniture lay without someone actually using them. The growing Xenomorph cut the ceiling down using its elongated sharp claws.
The Xenomorph approached the sleeping Captain.
T'Foul, who happens to be head of security and held the duty of tactical officer, was coming by Monk's door when a strange feeling swept over her. Not that Vulcan's purged all emotions; it was more of a forewarning. T'Foul insisted that it was not an emotion, well; screw that! It was most definitely a emotion. Because if it were a gut feeling then that counts under emotion.
T'Foul faced Monk's door then came to the front of it.
"Who is it?" Monk asked, getting upright.
"T'Foul," T'Foul said.
"Lights, on," Monk said. Monk froze once seeing the Xenomorph in his vision. "Enter."
T'Foul entered Monk's apartment.
T'Foul stopped short in the living room.
"What in the name of Vulcan is that?" T'Foul said, taking out her phaser.
The Xenomorph turned around.
"I don't know," Monk said. "But shoot it!"
The Xenomorph lunged at T'Foul. So T'Foul had no choice but to shoot down the Xenomorph through the forehead using the phaser and got out of the way the beast had leaped in. T'Foul looked down toward the beast then glanced over to Monk.
"I will take this body to the lab," T'Foul said. "Excuse me, sir."
"You are excused," Monk said.
T'Foul wheeled the Xenomorph out of Monk's quarters. Monk got out of bed shortly after the two had left. Monk took out his phaser then looked up toward the ceiling where a massive hole is to be seen.
"Computer," Monk said. "Put a force field up in the cieling."
"Forcefield up," The computer replied.
"Where is the girl?" Monk asked.
"I don't know," Doctor Reagen said. "The last time I spoke with her was after she boarded the Pearl."
Ensign Travin entered sick bay, sick, apparently.
"I just heard," Ensign Travin said. "Captain---" Travin collapses clenching at his chest. "KILL ME, PLEASE!"
"Why?" Monk said, preventing Doctor Reagen from going after Travin.
"I...I...I am carrying one of...these beasts inside!" Travin said. "She's in chronostasis!"
"The pod room!" Doctor Reagen said.
Monk took out his phaser.
"What kind of thing comes from a human body, other than a offspring?" Monk asked.
It sounded like a riddle to Doctor Reagen.
"Monsters!" Travin said, in pain. "Just do it. Kill me. Please, I am begging you!"
"I wouldn't want a patient to die on my table," Doctor Reagen said.
Something in Travin's chest is moving making shapes in the uniform.
"He's not on your table," Monk said, then he fired at Travin's chest.
Travin's body, with a hole in the chest fell over.
Monk tapped on his communicator.
"T'Foul, send some security guards to the pod room," Monk said. "With phasers fixed on full power. I suspect these monsters are likely going to be out in the ceiling...Be on the look out."
"Yes sir," T'Foul replied, through the communicator.
This is where I come in.