So, Microsoft has not updated the scripting object for some time, and it does not work in a 64bit environment with a .Net application.
In looking into things, the scripting host still is available (cscript.exe and wscript.exe)
We 'may' be able to hook into this , and get a basic script engine working. A plugin could be made to test this concept out, and see what happens, when we run very basic scripts, and see if we can get return values.
Oh, the joys of scripting