Alec had caught the sudden change in Anri's demeanor, at first thinking she was just mocking him. But the tone of her response was too serious, not to mention the look in her eyes, and the change back to her chaotic nature the moment after. Considering the type of people he'd been with since he first got involved with this multiversal madness, it was hard not to notice it.
And speaking of personalities... The biggest one, at least to him personally, arrived just in time to listen to the rest of the briefing. Of everyone that vanished during the old team's 'blackout,' you couldn't measure the happiness Alec had upon finding out Abby wasn't with them. She was just one level behind him as he took this new station. "Nah," Alec answered, standing up straight as he looked back to Abby, a massive smile forming as he approached her. "You more than make up for ten men with that on," He gave her a tight hug, and a little kiss on the lips. "Glad you're still with us," He whispered to her, looking into her eyes.
Before they could get any more lovey-dovey, Alec had to break off from her to continue his briefing to everyone. "As I was telling everyone before you came in, we're going to try scouting the closet habitable planet to the station. Since without The Doctor's, or that cue-ball machine that helped us, I have no idea how exactly this whole station's systems works. And we're going to need supplies, so we'll take a shuttle in the hanger, and fly ourselves over to this place here," he brought up the planet on the orbital map along the ceiling of the command deck, showing it was Earth.
"It's Earth, which is convenient for most of us, and since you can see lights and city formations along the continents, that means it's populated and still civilized. We'll just get on-world, get as many supplies as we can carry in the ship as possible, then fly back. Easy, simple, quick as can be. That's what I mean by Planetary scouting," he finally answered Idan. "Gather any gear you wanna bring, and meet me down in the hanger. Let's go explore a new world properly, eh?"
Once everyone had gotten their things and jumped in the ship, Alec was the one to pilot it, letting Oliver co-pilot. Everyone else would sit in the back. The ship had a small transport system installed, similar to a hyperspace jump at short distances from one solar system to the next, provided you had the fuel to go such distances. For the ship, it was a simple to and from jump, they weren't going anywhere else in this galaxy beyond the chosen planet.
They would arrive above orbit, hovering over North America. Alec had chosen the largest visible city on the orbital map in the station, and the one the station's former occupants, the AI and her machines, seemed the most interested in. A place called 'Night City.' It didn't have much information, meaning they likely just started observing it before the team took it over, and hopefully that meant the planet was interfered with by them at all. But, they would have to find out once they landed. The ship's stealth systems made it easy to slip past the orbiting satellites of the planet, and once they made it through the clouds and could see the city itself, it was hard not to be impressed. They could even get radio from it as they approached closer, which Alec checked on his omni-tool. A song would begin to play from it.
Alec would land them within the Industrial District of the city, which you could easily tell from the all the factory and smoke chimneys. He would set it down within an abandoned parking lot, filled with abandoned, burnt out cars and trash covering the tarmac. With the stealth systems on, no one with radar or scanning software would be able to see it, unless they physically got a look at it.
Once landed, Alec opened up the backdoors to the ship, and let everyone out. He would join them last, setting up the security systems on the ship so no one would try stealing it.
Which was just locking the doors.
"Alright!" He said, making his way out. "Successful landing, nobody seemed to see us approach. Now we just need to find ourselves a ride to get around the city."