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Season 1

“Broken Bow”

Episode Number 1 & 2
Ensign Travis Mayweather, Enterprise Helm Officer
Production Number 001 & 002
Season 1
Stardate 16-Apr-2151
Original Airdate 9/26/2001

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director James L. Conway

Synopsis
After decades of being held back from deep space exploration by the Vulcans, the human race makes its first venture into interstellar travel with Captain Jonathan Archer at the helm of the Enterprise NX-01, Earth Starfleet’s first Warp 5 vessel. The crew’s mission is to return an injured Klingon — the first the human race has ever encountered — to his people on Qo’noS. But when a villainous race of aliens called the Suliban kidnap the Klingon, Archer and his crew must make an unexpected detour into another world to retrieve their precious cargo — and stave off a dangerous diplomatic interstellar crisis.

Starring
Scott Bakula (Captain Jonathan Archer)
Jolene Blalock (Sub-Commander T’Pol)
John Billingsley (Doctor Phlox)
Linda Park (Ensign Hoshi Sato)
Anthony Montgomery (Ensign Travis Mayweather)
Dominic Keating (Lieutenant Malcolm Reed)
Connor Trinneer (Commander Charles ‘Trip’ Tucker III)

Guest Cast
John Fleck (Silik)
Melinda Clarks (Sarin)
Tommy ‘Tiny’ Lister Jr. (Klaang)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Jim Beaver (Admiral Dan Leonard)
Mark Moses (Henry Archer)
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
Thomas Kopache (Tos)
Jim Fitzpatrick (Commander Williams)
James Horan (Humanoid Figure)
Joseph Ruskin (Suliban Doctor)
Marty Davis (Young Jonathan Archer)
Van Epperson (Alien Man)
Ron King (Farmer Moore)
Peter Henry Schroeder (Klingon Chancellor)
Matt Williamson (Klingon Council Member)
Byron Thames (Crewman)
Ricky Luna (Carlos)
Jason Grant Smith (Crewman Fletcher)
Chelsea Bond (Alien Mother)
Ethan Dampf (Alien Child)
Diane Klimaszewski (Dancer)
Elaine Klimaszewski (Dancer)
James Cromwell (Zefram Cochrane)
Porthos

Notes
The Suliban Cabal are a renegade faction of Suliban that has been genetically altered by the “Humanoid Figure”, a 29th century figure who gives them orders as part of a Temporal Cold War.
Mayweather, the helmsman, is a space boomer, raised on a cargo ship.
Hoshi, on leave from Starfleet teaching linguistics in Brazil, was recalled 3 weeks early by Archer to function as comm officer.
Phlox was participating in the Interspecies Medical Exchange; Archer recruited him because he was familiar with Klingon anatomy.
This is the first appearance of the controversial decontamination chamber. In their underwear, Trip and T’Pol, spread bio gel on each other.
This is the first use of the grappler — a tow cable with a claw on the end.
The transporter was just approved for transportation of bio-matter, but had not been tested with humans yet. The first human test was Archer — beamed out of the Suliban helix at the last second.
The crew is given new hand-held weapons, phase pistols, before they leave Earth.
At the Enterprise launch ceremony, Zefram Cochrane is shown on video giving his famous speech: “We’ll be able to explore those strange new worlds, and seek out new life and new civilizations. This engine will let us go boldly where no man has gone before.”
The three Starfleet Command officers who give Archer his first mission — Admiral Forrest, Admiral Leonard, and Cmdr. Williams — are named for the Original Series regulars DeForest Kelley, Leonard Nimoy, and William Shatner.

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“Fight or Flight”

Episode Number 3
Hoshi discusses her situation with Phlox
Production Number 003
Season 1
Stardate 06-May-2151
Original Airdate 10/3/2001

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
Two weeks into their first mission of deep space exploration, the Enterprise NX-01 crew comes across an abandoned ship of dead aliens.

Guest Cast
Jeff Ricketts (Alien Captain)
Efrain Figueroa (Translator Voice)
Porthos

Notes
After seeing the dead bodies and falling apart, Hoshi is not sure that she is right for this mission. In the end, she proves herself by communicating with the Axanar captain and she decides to remain on board.
The aliens — identified as Axanar — are being drained of triglobulin, produced by their zymuth gland.

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“Strange New World”

Episode Number 4
The crew poses for a photo on the Minshara-class planet
Production Number 004
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/10/2001

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
Crew members go on a survey mission to a seemingly uninhabited Earth-like planet where a mysterious alien presence sends them into a state of paranoid overdrive.

Guest Cast
Kellie Waymire (Crewman Elizabeth Cutler)
Henri Lubatti (Crewman Ethan Novakovich)
Rey Gallegos (Crewman)
Porthos

Notes
Enterprise has 82 crew members according to Trip.
This is the first uncharted planet visited by Enterprise. It is also the first use of the Vulcan term Minshara-class planet, one which is suitable for humanoid life, and a pre-cursor to the future “M-class” planet.
This is the first appearance of Crewman Cutler, the ship’s entomologist.
When Novokavich is transported to the ship, swirling debris is beamed up as well, fused into his skin.
The crew is affected by tropolisine pollen; the psychotropic compound is known for its hallucinogenic effects.
T’Pol uses the Vulcan nerve pinch on Mayweather to give him the inaprovaline injection.

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“Unexpected”

Episode Number 5
Ah’len scans Trip’s growing embryo
Production Number 005
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/17/2001

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
After discovering the presence of a damaged alien vessel, Archer dispatches Tucker to its aid, but the engineer’s encounter with a Xyrillian female has an unexpected side effect.

Guest Cast
Julianne Christie (Ah’len)
Randy Oglesby (Captain Trena’l)
Christopher Darga (Captain Vorok)
Regi Davis (Klingon First Officer)
TL Kolman (Alien Man)
John Cragen (Crewman)
Drew Howerton (Steward)
Mike Baldridge (Crewman Dillard)
Porthos

Notes
Trip unintentionally becomes pregnant by Ah’len while playing a telepathic game. He also grows a nipple on his left forearm. The embryo is implanted into another host.
The episode opens with Archer taking a shower; NX-01 has standard shower stalls that use water.
The Xyrillians have holographic technology that can create landscapes, similar to the Enterprise-D holodeck before the upgrades (e.g., “Encounter at Farpoint”).

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“Terra Nova”

Episode Number 6
The crew searches for the missing colonists
Production Number 006
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/24/2001

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director LeVar Burton

Synopsis
Archer and the Enterprise crew set out to learn what happened to the lost human colony of Terra Nova, and discover a tribe of human-hating cave dwellers.

Guest Cast
Erick Avari (Jamin)
Mary Carver (Nadet/Bernadette Fuller)
Brian Jacobs (Athan)
Greville Henwood (Akary)

Notes
Terra Nova was dubbed the “Great Experiment”, a deep space human colony. It took the S.S. Conestoga 9 years to get there. The ship was dismatled and used to build the colony’s structures. Terra Nova was founded after other off-world colonies: New Berlin on Luna (the moon), Utopia Planitia on Mars, and a handful of colonies on asteroids. It was assumed that disagreements over sending additional colonists caused Terra Nova to cut off contact with Earth 70 years ago. Actually, an asteroid collision on the northern hemisphere caused a radioactive cloud. The Novans thought it was an attack by the humans. Only the young children survived.
Enterprise relocates the Novans to the southern hemisphere.

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“The Andorian Incident”

Episode Number 7
Archer proves Shran was correct about P’Jem
Production Number 007
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/31/2001

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga and Fred Dekker
Teleplay Fred Dekker
Director Roxann Dawson

Synopsis
When Archer and his crew pay a friendly visit to the ancient Vulcan monastery P’Jem, they stumble into an interstellar conflict between the Vulcans and their militaristic rivals, the Andorians.

Guest Cast
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Bruce French (Vulcan Elder)
Steven Dennis (Tholos)
Jeff Ricketts (Keval)
Richard Tanner (Vulcan Initiate)
Jamie McShane (Tactical Crewman)

Notes
This episode marks the first appearance of the Andorians on Enterprise and of Andorian Commander Shran. The Andorian make-up and antenna effects are much more realistic than previous appearances in the other series.
Under the P’Jem monestary is a huge Vulcan surveillance base, which is used to spy on the Andorians. It is a direct violation of the treaty between the Andorians and Vulcans. It seems at this point in history, Vulcans have much in common with their Romulan siblings.
Jeffrey Combs (Shran) is famous for his previous recurring roles of Weyoun and Brunt on Deep Space Nine.
Director Roxann Dawson played B’Elanna Torres on Star Trek: Voyager.
This episode was voted the second most popular episode by fans during the push to the Enterprise series finale.

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“Breaking the Ice”

Episode Number 8
T’Pol asks Trip for his advice
Production Number 008
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/7/2001

Story
Teleplay Maria Jacquemetton & André Jacquemetton
Director Terry Windell

Synopsis
While the Enterprise crew researches a newly discovered comet, Archer tries to deal diplomatically with a Vulcan ship that is suspiciously observing them and sending encrypted messages to T’Pol.

Guest Cast
William Utay (Captain Vanik)

Notes
Archer and the crew answer questions from school children on Earth. The ship has a hydroponics bay where they grow fruits and vegetables and their protein resequencers can replicate many types of foods. The biomatter resequencer recycles toilet waste.
Phlox comes from the system Denobula Triaxa.
The message to T’Pol was a request to return to Vulcan immediately to fulfill her arranged marriage to Koss. She had postponed the marriage to remain on Enterprise. T’Pol will return to Vulcan to face Koss in the 4th season episode “Home”.
Since Tucker read her message, T’Pol decides to confide in him. Though she initially insists that she is obligated to fulfill her customs, she later chooses to remain on the ship. In the privacy of her quarters, she tries a piece of pecan pie.
The Vulcan starship is the Ti’Mur, a Surak-class vessel with a maximum warp factor of 6.5. The ship is also equipped with a tractor beam.

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“Civilization”

Episode Number 9
Archer and T’Pol visit Akaali apothecary Riann
Production Number 009
Season 1
Stardate 31-Jul-2151
Original Airdate 11/14/2001

Story
Teleplay Phyllis Strong & Mike Sussman
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
The Enterprise crew encounters a pre-industrial society that is afflicted with a plague caused by exploitative secret visitors.

Guest Cast
Diane DiLascio (Riann)
Wade Andrew Williams (Garos)
Charlie Brewer (Alien/Akaali #1)

Notes
The crew finds that Malurians are mining the planet for veridium, which is primarily used to manufacture explosives. They are using “tetracyanate 622” as an industrial lubricant for their drill bits; it is poisoning the Akaali water supply.

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“Fortunate Son”

Episode Number 10
Ryan’s visit stirs up feelings of guilt in Travis
Production Number 010
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/21/2001

Story
Teleplay James Duff
Director LeVar Burton

Synopsis
The Enterprise crew is dispatched by Starfleet Command to assist the E.C.S. Fortunate, a human freight vessel that has been attacked by Nausicaan pirates. On arrival, they are surprised to find that Fortunate’s crew is resistant to Archer’s efforts to help them and determined to seek revenge against their attackers, no matter what the repercussions.

Guest Cast
Lawrence Monoson (Matthew Ryan)
Kieran Mulroney (Shaw)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Danny Goldring (Nausicaan Captain)
Charles O. Lucia (Captain Keene)
D. Elliot Woods (Nausicaan Prisoner)
Daniel Asa Henson (Boy)
Elyssa D. Vito (Girl)
Porthos

Notes
The E.C.S., Earth Cargo Service, governs the ships used to carry freight between star systems on Earth’s trade routes.
The E.C.S. Fortunate is a Y-Class freighter, maximum speed of warp 1.8, crew compliment 23.
Mayweather grew up on the E.C.S. Horizon, a J-Class freighter, which is a smaller ship of the same configuration. His family runs the ship. He feels guilty for joining Starfleet and “abandoning” his family.
Enterprise is preparing to deploy a subspace communications amplifier.

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“Cold Front”

Episode Number 11
Daniels shows Archer the temporal monitoring device
Production Number 011
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/28/2001

Story
Teleplay Stephen Beck & Tim Finch
Director Robert Duncan McNeill

Synopsis
While Enterprise joins an alien pilgrimage to witness a religious stellar occurrence, Archer finds himself again faced against the Suliban warrior Silik.

Guest Cast
John Fleck (Silik)
Matt Winston (Crewman Daniels)
Michael O’Hagan (Captain Fraddock)
Joseph Hindy (Prah Mantoos)
Leonard Kelly-Young (Sonsorra)
Lamont D. Thompson (Alien Pilgrim)

Notes
Daniels reveals that he is from 900 years into the future, sent to stop Silik and the “Temporal Cold War”. A Temporal Accord was signed by species with time travel ability to limit its use to research. Some factions broke the treaty, starting the Temporal Cold War.
The crew has 50,000 movies in its database. The crew viewed Night of the Killer Androids on movie night.
Director Robert Duncan McNeill played Tom Paris on Star Trek: Voyager.

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“Silent Enemy”

Episode Number 12
The crew celebrates victory and Reed’s birthday
Production Number 012
Season 1
Stardate 01-Sep-2151
Original Airdate 1/16/2002

Story
Teleplay André Bormanis
Director Winrich Kolbe

Synopsis
When the Enterprise is attacked by an unidentified enemy ship, the crew must work frantically to get their new phase cannons to operate. Meanwhile, Archer realizes that no one knows Reed well enough to give him a personalized birthday gift.

Guest Cast
Jane Carr (Mary Reed)
Guy Siner (Stuart Reed)
Paula Malcomson (Madeline Reed)
John Rosenfeld (Lt. Mark Latrelle)
Robert Mammana (Engineer [Eddie])
Porthos

Notes
Enterprise deploys Echo Two, one in a series of subspace amplifiers that will allow more frequent, near real-time communication with Earth. The aliens destroyed Echo One and Echo Two, but they deploy a replacement.
Enterprise was designed to carry three phase cannons, two forward and one aft. Because they left space dock early, they were not installed. They left dock with one prototype phase cannon, and built the other two.
Malcolm’s favorite flavor of cake is pineapple.

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“Dear Doctor”

Episode Number 13
Dr. Phlox and Crewman Cutler
Production Number 013
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 1/23/2002

Story
Teleplay Maria Jacquemetton & André Jacquemetton
Director James A. Contner

Synopsis
Dr. Phlox faces a serious dilemma as a dying race begs for help from Enterprise.

Guest Cast
Kellie Waymire (Crewman Elizabeth Cutler)
David A. Kimball (Esaak)
Chris Rydell (Alien Astronaut)
Karl Wiedergott (Larr)
Alex Nevil (Menk Man)

Notes
The planet Valakis is the homeworld of both the Valakians and the lesser-evolved Menk. The Menk are immune to the plague, which is a genetic disease that will wipe the Valakians out within 200 years. The Valakians treat the Menk almost as pets. While the Valakians are dying, Menk evolution is beginning to flourish. Phlox creates a cure for the disease, but does not want to interfere with the planet’s natural evolution. Archer’s first response is to give them the cure, but reconsiders.
Phlox has been corresponding with a friend, a human named Dr. Lucas. Phlox will be reunited with Lucas in the 4th season episode “Cold Station 12”.
Crewman Cutler (introduced in “Strange New World”) has a crush on Phlox.
Hoshi has been learning Denobulan. She and Phlox speak Denobulan (subtitled) during dinner.
Phlox has three wives, who also have two other husbands each. Denobulans require little sleep, but they have a six day hibernation cycle once a year.

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“Sleeping Dogs”

Episode Number 14
Hoshi translates the Klingon computer panels
Production Number 014
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 1/30/2002

Story
Teleplay Fred Dekker
Director Les Landau

Synopsis
T’Pol, Reed and Hoshi become stranded on a Klingon “shipwreck” sinking inside a gas giant. Archer tries to convince a captured Klingon to help before her crewmates and his crew get crushed in the intense pressure of the planet’s atmosphere.

Guest Cast
Michelle C. Bonilla (Bu’Kah)
Vaughn Armstrong (Klingon Captain)

Notes
Vaughn Armstrong also plays recurring character Admiral Forrest.
This episode mentions photon torpedoes, standard on the Klingon ships at this time.

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“Shadows of P’Jem”

Episode Number 15
Shran repays his debt to Archer and T’Pol
Production Number 015
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 2/6/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
When T’Pol is ordered by her superiors to leave Enterprise, she goes on one last away mission with Archer to planet
Coridan, where they are taken captive by a militant faction and once again encounter the volatile Andorians.

Guest Cast
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Gregory Itzin (Captain Sopek)
Steven Dennis (Tholos)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
Barbara J. Tarbuck (Coridan Chancellor Kalev)
Jeff Kober (Traeg)

Notes
The Vulcans blame Archer and T’Pol for the destruction of the P’Jem monestary by the Andorians (see “The Andorian Incident”).
The Andorians gave the monks and the spies three hours to evacuate before they destroyed it.
The Coridans have the largest starship construction yard in the sector. They have ships that can travel up to Warp 7.
The Vulcans have a mining agreement with Coridan. By the Tau Ceti Accords between Vulcan and Andoria, Andorians are not allowed on Coridan.
The Andorians think that the Vulcans are planning a war against them. This will prove to be true as seen in the Vulcan trilogy in Season 4 (see “The Forge”).

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“Shuttlepod One”

Episode Number 16
Tucker and Reed wait for rescue
Production Number 016
Season 1
Stardate 09-Nov-2151
Original Airdate 2/13/2002

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
During a shuttlepod mission, Tucker and Reed are cut off from Enterprise and become convinced the starship has been destroyed and that their days are numbered.

Guest Cast

Notes
While drunk from bourbon, Malcolm asks Trip if he ever noticed that T’Pol has “an awfully nice bum.”

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“Fusion”

Episode Number 17
Tolaris mind melds with T’Pol
Production Number 017
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 2/27/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay Phyllis Strong & Mike Sussman
Director Rob Hedden

Synopsis
Enterprise encounters a group of Vulcans who have split off from the normal way of Vulcan life in an effort to explore their emotions. T’Pol is disturbed by the new visitors and warns the Captain that all attempts in the past to integrate Vulcan emotions into their lives has proven disasterous. Meanwhile, a message from Admiral Forrest leaves the Captain with the difficult task of trying to convince one of the visiting Vulcans to call home to speak with his dying father.

Guest Cast
Enrique Murciano (Tolaris)
Robert Pine (Captain Tavin)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
John Harrington Bland (Kov)

Notes
According to T’Pol, the Vulcans aboard the Vahklas are V’tosh ka’tur, “Vulcans without logic.”
At this point in Vulcan history, mind-melds are considered unnatural. Tolaris forces a mind-meld on T’Pol and she will develop Pa’nar Syndrome because of this (see “Stigma”).
Trip notes that one-third of Enterprise’s crew is female.
Fusion is the name of a jazz club in San Francisco that T’Pol once secretly visited.

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“Rogue Planet”

Episode Number 18
A wraith appears to Archer
Production Number 018
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 3/20/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Chris Black
Teleplay Chris Black
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
While exploring an uncharted rogue planet, Enterprise crew members encounter a group of aliens who are hunting down indigenous creatures for recreation.

Guest Cast
Stephanie Niznik (Woman)
Conor O’Farrell (Burzaan)
Eric Pierpoint (Shiraht)
Keith Szarabajka (Damrus)

Notes
A “rogue” planet is one that has broken out of orbit.
The Eska have been hunting the “wraith” for decades. Archer discovers that the wraith are sentient, peaceful, telepathic shape-shifting aliens. He has Phlox develop a masking agent so that the Eska can no longer detect their chemical signature.

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“Acquisition”

Episode Number 19
Trip leads the Ferengi to the ‘gold vault’
Production Number 019
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 3/27/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay Maria Jacquemetton & André Jacquemetton
Director James Whitmore, Jr.

Synopsis
When a group of intergalactic thieves stun the Enterprise crew and try to rob the ship, it’s up to Trip to work covertly to stop them.

Guest Cast
Jeffrey Combs (Krem)
Ethan Phillips (Ulis)
Clint Howard (Muk)
Matt Malloy (Grish)

Notes
The pirates are Ferengi, but the crew does not know their species.
Official first contact with the Ferengi occurs in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Last Outpost”.
Jeffrey Combs, who plays recurring Andorian character Commander Shran on Enterprise, also played recurring Ferengi character Brunt on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
Ethan Philips also played Neelix on Star Trek: Voyager, in addition to playing Ferengi Dr. Farek in The Next Generation episode “Ménage à Troi”.
Trip was in decon when the Ferengi gassed the ship. He spends a half of the episode in his blue Starfleet underwear.

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“Oasis”

Episode Number 20
Tucker and T’Pol encounter ghosts
Production Number 020
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 4/3/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Stephen Beck
Teleplay Stephen Beck
Director Jim Charleston

Synopsis
The crew is directed to a derelict ship on a barren planet that they can salvage for supplies, and learn that rumors the shipwreck is haunted may not be unfounded.

Guest Cast
Tom Bergeron (D’Marr)
Rene Auberjonois (Ezral)
Annie Wersching (Liana)
Rudolph Willrich (Kuulan)
Claudette Sutherland (Maya)

Notes
Rene Auberjonois previously played Odo on Deep Space Nine.
The crew learns that Ezral and his daughter Liana are the only survivors of the crashed ship. Ezral created the rest of the crew with holographic technology so that his daughter did not grow up alone.

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“Detained”

Episode Number 21
Archer and Mayweather plan an escape
Production Number 021
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 4/24/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
Archer and Mayweather are detained by the Tandarans in a Suliban internment camp. Learning of the Suliban’s persecution by the Tandarans, Archer enlists the aid of Enterprise and his crew.

Guest Cast
Dean Stockwell (Colonel Grat)
Christopher Shea (Sajen)
Jessica D. Stone (Narra)
Dennis Christopher (Danik)
David Kagen (Major Klev)

Notes
Dean Stockwell previously starred with Scott Bakula on “Quantum Leap”.
Archer and Mayweather learn that the Suliban in the camp are not members of the Suliban Cabal organization, but are innocent families. When the Enterprise crew rescues them, the Suliban escape.

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“Vox Sola”

Episode Number 22
An alien organism captures Tucker
Production Number 022
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 5/1/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga and Fred Dekker
Teleplay Fred Dekker
Director Roxann Dawson

Synopsis
When a strange, symbiotic alien creature boards Enterprise and captures several crew members, it’s up to Hoshi to decipher the creature’s complex language.

Guest Cast
Vaughn Armstrong (Kreetassan Captain)
Joseph Will (Lt. Michael Rostov)
Renee Goldsberry (Crewman Denise Kelly)
Porthos

Notes
Vox Sola is Latin for “One Voice”.
Vaughn Armstrong also plays recurring character Admiral Forrest.
This is the second Enterprise episode directed by Voyager’s Roxann Dawson.

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“Fallen Hero”

Episode Number 23
T’Pol meets Ambassador V’Lar
Production Number 023
Season 1
Stardate 09-Feb-2152
Original Airdate 5/8/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga and Chris Black
Teleplay Alan Cross
Director Patrick Norris

Synopsis
Archer is ordered to transport Vulcan Ambassador V’Lar, an early role model of T’Pol’s, from planet Mazar where her integrity has been called into question.

Guest Cast
Fionnula Flanagan (Ambassador V’Lar)
John Rubinstein (Mazarite Captain)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
J. Michael Flynn (Mazarite Official)
Dennis Howard (Vulcan Captain)
Porthos

Notes
T’Pol notes that crew effeciency is down and suggests that they take shore leave on Risa.
V’Lar has been gathering evidence on corrupt Mazarite government officials.
V’Lar negotiated territorial disputes between Vulcan and Andoria, before first contact with Earth.
The phase cannons can only operate when the ship is out of warp.
Enterprise travels at warp 4.9 while trying to outrun the Mazarites, which is a Starfleet record.
Fionnula Flanagan previously played Data’s mother, Juliana Tainer, in the Next Generation episode “Inheritance” and Enina Tandro in the DS9 episode “Dax”.

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“Desert Crossing”

Episode Number 24
Archer and Trip make their way through the desert
Production Number 024
Season 1
Stardate 12-Feb-2152
Original Airdate 5/8/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & André Bormanis
Teleplay André Bormanis
Director David Straiton

Synopsis
When Archer and Trip are invited to a desert-like planet by an alien leader, they discover he is a terrorist who has lured them there under false pretenses.

Guest Cast
Clancy Brown (Zobral)
Charles Dennis (Chancellor Trelit)
Brandon Karrer (Alien Man)
Porthos

Notes
Zobral is a rebel leader trying to free his people from the Torothans. Zobral heard from Suliban refugees that a heroic warrior named Archer helped liberate them.

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“Two Days and Two Nights”

Episode Number 25
Archer and Porthos relax on Risa
Production Number 025
Season 1
Stardate 18-Feb-2152
Original Airdate 5/15/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay Chris Black
Director Michael Dorn

Synopsis
Shore leave takes some interesting twists when the Enterprise crew finally arrives at Risa, the famous pleasure planet.

Guest Cast
Kellie Waymire (Ensign Elizabeth Cutler)
Dennis Cockrum (Freebus)
Geoff Meed (Dee’Ahn)
Rudolf Martin (Ravis)
DonnaMarie Recco (Dee’Ahn)
Stephen Wozniak (Latia Male)
Joseph Will (Lt. Michael Rostov)
James Ingersoll (Risan Man)
Dey Young (Keyla)
Jennifer Williams (Alien Woman)
Porthos

Notes
Phlox goes into hibernation for two days. He normally requires six days per year.

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“Shockwave, Part I”

Episode Number 26
Captain Archer and Daniels stand in the ruins
Production Number 026
Season 1
Stardate
Original Airdate 5/22/2002

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
After apparently causing the obliteration of an alien colony, Enterprise is ordered to return to Earth, until a surprise visitor offers Archer startling evidence about what really happened…

Guest Cast
John Fleck (Silik)
Matt Winston (Daniels)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
James Horan (Humanoid Figure)
Stephanie Erb (Receptionist)
David Lewis Hays (Tactical Crewman)

Notes
The Paraagan colony was a mining outpost. Tetrazine gas is produced as a by-product of their mining operation. Strict landing protocols have to be followed to prevent exhuast plasma from igniting the gas. The shuttle was sabotaged with a plasma generator by the Suliban.
The Humanoid Figure demands that Silik bring him Archer, but Daniels intercepts him before the Suliban capture him. When Archer steps off the turbolift in the 31st century which has been totally destroyed.
Daniels was supposedly killed by Silik in “Cold Front”.

Season 2

“Shockwave, Part II”

Episode Number 27
Daniels and Archer work to build a communicator
Production Number 027
Season 2
Stardate 2152
Original Airdate 9/18/2002

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
While Enterprise and its crew are held hostage by the Suliban, Archer and Daniels are stuck in the 31st century working to find a way to get back to Enterprise and repair the timeline.

Starring
Scott Bakula (Captain Jonathan Archer)
Jolene Blalock (Sub-Commander T’Pol)
John Billingsley (Doctor Phlox)
Linda Park (Ensign Hoshi Sato)
Anthony Montgomery (Ensign Travis Mayweather)
Dominic Keating (Lieutenant Malcolm Reed)
Connor Trinneer (Commander Charles ‘Trip’ Tucker III)

Guest Cast
John Fleck (Silik)
Matt Winston (Daniels)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
Keith Allan (Raan)
Jim Fitzpatrick (Commander Williams)
Michael Kosik (Suliban Soldier)

Notes
Daniels and Archer are able to send back a communication to T’Pol. They have Reed retrieve a device from Daniels’ quarters, which they fool Silik into thinking it’s a device to communicate with his future contact, but the device transfers Archer back.

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“Carbon Creek”

Episode Number 28
T’Mir and Mestral in human disguise
Production Number 028
Season 2
Stardate 01-Apr-2152
Original Airdate 9/25/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Dan O’Shannon
Teleplay Chris Black
Director James A. Contner

Synopsis
T’Pol’s recollection of the Vulcans’ first encounter with Humans conflicts with what Archer and Trip learned from history books.

Guest Cast
Jolene Blalock (T’Mir)
Ann Cusack (Maggie)
J. Paul Boehmer (Mestral)
Hank Harris (Jack)
Michael A. Krawic (Stron)
David Selburg (Vulcan Captain)
Clay Wilcox (Billy)
Ron Marasco (Captain Tellus)
Paul Hayes (Businessman)

Notes
A Vulcan survey ship was studying the Soviet satellite Sputnik in the 1950’s when the ship’s engines failed and crashed outside Carbon Creek, Pennsylvania.
They were rescued three months later, but Mestral stayed behind.
T’Mir was T’Pol’s great grandmother. After telling the story to Archer and Tucker, T’Pol is vague as to whether or not the story is true. However, later in her quarters, T’Pol has the handbag that T’Mir took with her when she return to Vulcan.
J. Paul Boehmer also played the Borg drone One in the Voyager episode “Drone”.

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“Minefield”

Episode Number 29
Archer tends to Reed, pinned by a mine
Production Number 029
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/2/2002

Story
Teleplay John Shiban
Director James A. Contner

Synopsis
Enterprise becomes disabled by an alien orbital mine while trapped in hostile Romulan territory. While diffusing another mine that has attached itself to the outer hull, Reed becomes pinned to the hull by the mine.

Guest Cast
Tim Glenn (Med Tech)
Elizabeth Magness (Injured Crewmember)

Notes
A Romulan warbird unclocks and fires warning shots at Enterprise. It orders Enterprise to leave the system immediately; this system has been annexed in the name of the Romulan Star Empire. T’Pol notes that the Romulans are rumored to be aggressive and territorial.

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“Dead Stop”

Episode Number 30
Trip, Archer and T’Pol examine the station repair plan
Production Number 030
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/9/2002

Story
Teleplay Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong
Director Roxann Dawson

Synopsis
After the incident in the Romulan minefield, Enterprise docks with a mysterious high-tech space station which proves too good to be true when Ensign Mayweather is found dead in Launch Bay 1.

Guest Cast
Roxann Dawson (Station Computer Voice)

Notes
Travis receives a call from Archer telling him to report to Launch Bay 1, where he later found to have been electrocuted. Phlox discovers that the body was replicated. The station kidnapped Mayweather and replaced him with a replicated copy.
The station was connecting the people it kidnapped to the computer core and using them for additional processing power.
The station also sent a device to heal Reed’s leg wound from the Romulan mine.
Enterprise destroyed the station, but in the last shot, it was shown fixing itself.
Director Roxann “B’Elanna Torres” Dawson also supplied the station’s computer voice.

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“A Night in Sickbay”

Episode Number 31
Archer watches as Phlox cares for Porthos
Production Number 031
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/16/2002

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director David Straiton

Synopsis
After Porthos catches a life-threatening disease on the Kreetassan homeworld, Archer spends a fretful night in sickbay with Porthos and Dr. Phlox.

Guest Cast
Vaughn Armstrong (Kreetassan Captain)

Notes
The Kreetassans are offended this time because Porthos urinated on a sacred tree. Once Archer performs the complicated ritual, they give him three spare plasma injectors.
Vaughn Armstrong, the guest star of a thousand faces, also plays Starfleet Admiral Forrest. Here, he is reprising his role as a Kreetassan, first seen in “Vox Sola”.
This episode is often cited when Trek Fanboys give examples of why they hate Star Trek: Enterprise.

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“Marauders”

Episode Number 32
The crew helps defend the colony from the Klingon raids
Production Number 032
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/30/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay David Wilcox
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
In need of deuterium fuel, Enterprise discovers a mining colony that is being controlled by Klingons who are bullying the inabitants and hoarding their supplies.

Guest Cast
Larry Cedar (Tessic)
Steven Flynn (Maklii)
Bari Hochwald (E’lis)
Jesse James Rutherford (Q’Ell)
Robertson Dean (Korok)
Wayne King, Jr. (Klingon #1)
Peewee Piemonte (Klingon #2)

Notes
The crew trains the colonists to defend themselves against the Klingons.
Bari Hochwald previously played Dr. Elizabeth Lense in the DS9 episode “Explorers”.

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“The Seventh”

Episode Number 33
Travis, Archer and T’Pol search for Menos
Production Number 033
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/6/2002

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
T’Pol is is dispatched by the Vulcan High Command to capture a fugitive that has eluded their authorities for nearly two decades.

Guest Cast
Bruce Davison (Menos)
David Richards (Dockmaster)
Vincent Hammond (Huge Alien)
Coleen Maloney (Vulcan Officer)
Stephen Mendillo (Vulcan Captain Tavek)
Richard Wharton (Jossen)

Notes
T’Pol asks Archer to join her on her mission because she needs someone she can trust. Mayweather joins them as well.
30 years ago, Agaron was a corrupt world whose leaders asked for Vulcan assistance. Vulcan agents were surgically altered and sent to infiltrate the corrupt factions. After the alliance was forged, the agents were recalled. 17 years ago, T’Pol was sent to apprehend 6 of those agents, but was unable to retreive one — Menos.
Menos became a wealthy biotoxin smuggler. He maintains and tries to manipulate T’Pol into thinking that he is a poor family man, but they find biotoxins behind a cloaked room in his ship.

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“The Communicator”

Episode Number 34
Reed and Archer are captured
Production Number 034
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/13/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay André Bormanis
Director James A. Contner

Synopsis
After a covert expedition on a planet with a pre-warp civilization, Reed and Archer return to retrieve a communicator Reed left behind on the planet, and are captured in the process.

Guest Cast
Francis Guinan (General Gosis)
Tim Kelleher (Lt. Pell)
Brian Reddy (Dr. Temec)
Dennis Cockrum (Alien Barkeep)
Jason Waters (Soldier)

Notes
While working on their captured Suliban cell ship to use in their rescue plan, Trip’s right hand and forearm become “cloaked”.
McCoy left his communicator behind in the Original Series episode “A Piece of the Action”.

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“Singularity”

Episode Number 35
Enterprise approaches the trinary star system
Production Number 035
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/20/2002

Story
Teleplay Chris Black
Director Patrick Norris

Synopsis
En route to observe part of a trinary star system, the crew finds their routine tasks turning into uncharacteristically strange obsessions over trivial matters. Unaffected by the compulsive behavior, T’Pol investigates and finds a dangerous factor at work on her crewmates.

Guest Cast
Matthew Kaminsky (Crewman Cunningham)

Notes
The star system consists of two stars orbiting a black hole. The radiation from the system caused the crew’s change in behavior.

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“Vanishing Point”

Episode Number 36
Hoshi requests to use shuttles from now on
Production Number 036
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/27/2002

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director David Straiton

Synopsis
Following her first experience in the transporter, a series of eerie events leads Hoshi to question whether she is the same person.

Guest Cast
Keone Young (Hoshi Sato’s Father)
Gary Riotto (Alien #1)
Ric Sarabia (Alien #2)
Morgan H. Margolis (Crewman Baird)
Carly Thomas (Crewman Alison Rhodes)

Notes
Hoshi was trapped in the transporter pattern buffer for 8.3 seconds. She dreamed most of the episode.
Keone Young previously played Buck Bokai in the DS9 episode “If Wishes Were Horses”.

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“Precious Cargo”

Episode Number 37
Trip tries to help Kaitamma
Production Number 037
Season 2
Stardate 12-Sep-2152
Original Airdate 12/11/2002

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay David A. Goodman
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
Trip rescues an exotic alien woman from her kidnappers, but ends up on an unexpected romantic adventure.

Guest Cast
Padma Lakshmi (Kaitaama)
Leland Crooke (Firek Plinn)
Scott Klace (Firek Goff)

Notes
Kaitaama is a princess from Krios Prime.

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“The Catwalk”

Episode Number 38
The crew passes time in the nacelle catwalk
Production Number 038
Season 2
Stardate 18-Sep-2152
Original Airdate 12/18/2002

Story
Teleplay Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
When a deadly radioactive storm threatens Enterprise, the entire crew must take refuge for eight days in the small maintenance shaft inside the warp nacelle, unaware of an alien presence attempting to take control of the ship.

Guest Cast
Scott Burkholder (Tagrim)
Zach Grenier (Renth)
Aaron Lustig (Guri)
Elizabeth Magness (Female Crewmember)
Danny Goldring (Alien Captain)
Brian Cousins (Alien Lieutenant)
Sean Smith (Alien Crewman)

Notes

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“Dawn”

Episode Number 39
Tucker and Zho’Kaan wait for rescue
Production Number 039
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 1/8/2003

Story
Teleplay John Shiban
Director Roxann Dawson

Synopsis
While testing the shuttlepod autopilot upgrade, Trip is fired upon by a territorial alien and forced to land on the night side of a moon.

Guest Cast
Gregg Henry (Zho’Kaan)
Brad Greenquist (Captain Khata’n Zshaar)

Notes

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“Stigma”

Episode Number 40
T’Pol’s discloses her illness to Archer
Production Number 040
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 2/5/2003

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
Enterprise arrives at Dekendi III for a meeting of the Interspecies Medical Exchange. T’Pol’s standing on Enterprise is threatened when it is learned that she has contracted Pa’nar Syndrome, a deadly disease that faces prejudice by Vulcan society. Meanwhile, one of Phlox’s wives arrives to install a neutron microscope in Sickbay.

Guest Cast
Melinda Page Hamilton (Feezal)
Michael Ensign (Dr. Oratt)
Bob Morrisey (Dr. Strom)
Jeffrey Hayenga (Dr. Yuris)
Lee Spencer (Vulcan Doctor)

Notes
Pa’nar Syndrome is contracted through mind-melds. Tolaris forced T’Pol to mind-meld in “Fusion”.
Feezal is Phlox’s second wife, who takes a liking to Trip.
Yuris tells the others that T’Pol was forced, so she is allowed to remain.

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“Cease Fire”

Episode Number 41
Shran and Archer
Production Number 041
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 2/12/2003

Story
Teleplay Chris Black
Director David Straiton

Synopsis
When a military conflict erupts between the Vulcans and Andorians, Archer is brought in as negotiator.

Guest Cast
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Suzie Plakson (Lieutenant Tarah)
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
John Balma (Sub-Commander Muroc)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Zane Cassidy (Andorian Soldier)
Christopher Shea (Telev)

Notes

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“Future Tense”

Episode Number 42
Archer and T’Pol search Daniels’ database
Production Number 042
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 2/19/2003

Story
Teleplay Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong
Director James Whitmore, Jr.

Synopsis
Enterprise finds a small craft adrift in space that contains what appears to be a human corpse, one the Suliban and the Tholians both try to retrieve.

Guest Cast
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Cullen Douglas (Suliban Soldier)

Notes

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“Canamar”

Episode Number 43
Archer and Tucker en route to Canamar
Production Number 043
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 2/26/2003

Story
Teleplay John Shiban
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
Archer and Tucker are mistakenly arrested as smugglers and placed on a prisoner transport vessel bound for the penal colony Canamar. When fellow prisoners escape and overrun the ship, the Starfleet officers become reluctant renegades.

Guest Cast
Mark Rolston (Kuroda)
Holmes R. Osborne (Enolian Official)
Michael McGrady (Nausicaan)
Sean Whalen (Zoumas)
Brian Morri (Enolian Guard)
John Hansen (Prisoner)

Notes

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“The Crossing”

Episode Number 44
Phlox monitors T’Pol after an alien invades her
Production Number 044
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 4/2/2003

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & André Bormanis
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
Enterprise is swallowed by an otherworldly vessel occupied by noncorporeal creatures who seek to trade consciousnesses with the crew members.

Guest Cast
Joseph Will (Lt. Michael Rostov)
Steven Allerick (Ensign Cook)
Valerie Ianniello (Female Crewman)
Alexander Chance (Crewman #1)
Matthew Kaminsky (Crewman Cunningham)

Notes
The aliens’ ship is deteriorating and they are trying to find host bodies to survive. There are hundreds of them and they capture ships as they can.

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“Judgment”

Episode Number 45
Captain Archer stands trial on Narendra III
Production Number 045
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 4/9/2003

Story Taylor Elmore & David A. Goodman
Teleplay David A. Goodman
Director James L. Conway

Synopsis
On Narendra III, Archer stands accused before a Klingon tribunal of conspiring against the Empire, and faces a lifetime sentence on penal colony Rura Penthe.

Guest Cast
J.G. Hertzler (Advocate Kolos)
Daniel Riordan (Duras)
Victor Talmadge (Asahf)
John Vickery (Prosecutor Orak)
Helen Cates (Klingon First Officer)
D.J. Lockhart (Cell Guard)
Granville Van Dusen (Magistrate)
Danny Kolker (Guard)

Notes
The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-C was destroyed at Narendra III helping to defend the Klingon outpost against a Romulan attack (see TNG episode “Yesterday’s Enterprise”).
J.G. Hertzler previously played General Martok on Deep Space Nine.

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“Horizon”

Episode Number 46
The Horizon crew discusses the tactical situation
Production Number 046
Season 2
Stardate 10-Jan-2153
Original Airdate 4/16/2003

Story
Teleplay André Bormanis
Director James A. Contner

Synopsis
While Enterprise investigates a planetary phenomenon, Mayweather takes the opportunity to visit the cargo ship where he was born and raised, the E.C.S. Horizon. Unfortunately, Travis’ return is marred by his father’s death, strained relations with his brother and an alien attack.

Guest Cast
Joan Pringle (Rianna Mayweather)
Corey Mendell Parker (Paul Mayweather)
Nicole Forester (Nora)
Adam Paul (Charlie Nichols)
Philip Anthony-Rodriguez (Juan)
Ken Feinberg (Alien Captain)

Notes
Travis’ brother Paul became captain of the E.C.S. Horizon after the death of their father. His mother, Rianna, is the chief engineer and medic.

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“The Breach”

Episode Number 47
Phlox lets Hoshi pet his tribble
Production Number 047
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 4/23/2003

Story Daniel McCarthy
Teleplay Chris Black & John Shiban
Director Robert Duncan McNeill

Synopsis
While Enterprise is asked to evacuate a group of Denobulan geologists from Xantoras, a world that has been taken over by a militant faction, Phlox finds himself with a patient who refuses to be treated by a Denobulan because of historical conflicts between their races.

Guest Cast
Henry Stram (Hudak)
Mark Chaet (Yolen)
D.C. Douglas (Zepht)
Laura Putney (Trevix)
Jamison Yang (Crewman)

Notes
Phlox shows Hoshi a tribble. He feeds it to one of his reptiles (see “The Trouble with Tribbles”).

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“Cogenitor”

Episode Number 48
Tucker and the cogenitor learn its fate
Production Number 048
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 4/30/2003

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director LeVar Burton

Synopsis
Enterprise encounters a race called the Vissians who feature a third sex of “cogenitors” who are treated as second-class citizens.

Guest Cast
Andreas Katsulas (Vissian Captain Drennik)
F.J. Rio (Vissian Engineer)
Larissa Laskin (Vissian Wife – Calla)
Becky Wahlstrom (Cogenitor)
Stacie Renna (Traistana)
Laura Interval (Vissian Woman #2)

Notes
After spending time with Trip — playing games, watching movies, learning to read — the cogenitor asks Archer for asylum. Archer denies the request. The cogenitor commits suicide.

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“Regeneration”

Episode Number 49
The cybernetic beings board Enterprise
Production Number 049
Season 2
Stardate 01-Mar-2153
Original Airdate 5/7/2003

Story
Teleplay Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
An arctic research team discovers debris from an alien vessel, buried in a glacier along with the bodies of two cybernetically enhanced humanoids.

Guest Cast
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Jim Fitzpatrick (Commander Williams)
Chris Wynne (Dr. Moninger)
Bonita Friedericy (Rooney)
John Short (Drake)
Adam Harrington (Researcher)
Mark Chadwick (Male Tarkalean)
Nicole Randal (Female Tarkalean)
Paul Scott (Crewman Foster)

Notes
The teaser and Act 1 feature the A-6 Artic Reaearch Team. The crew doesn’t appear until Act 2.
The cybernetic humanoids are Borg (obviously) — they are remains from the events of the motion picture Star Trek: First Contact.
Phlox is injected with Borg nanoprobes by one of the assimilated Tarkaleans. He ends up bombarding himself with omicron radiation to kill the nanoprobes.
The Borg were able to send a subspace message to the Delta Quadrant containing coordinates. It will take 200 years to rech the Delta Quadrant.
Bonita Friedericy (Rooney) is John Billingsley’s wife.

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“First Flight”

Episode Number 50
Forrest reprimands Robinson and Archer
Production Number 050
Season 2
Stardate
Original Airdate 5/14/2003

Story
Teleplay John Shiban & Chris Black
Director LeVar Burton

Synopsis
While Enterprise is investigating a nebula, Archer hears that A.G. Robinson, his old rival in the early days of the NX test program, has died. During a shuttlepod mission, Archer reminisces to T’Pol about the time he and Robinson were pilots competing for the honor of being the first to break the Warp 2 barrier.

Guest Cast
Keith Carradine (Cmdr. A.G. Robinson)
Brigid Brannagh (Ruby)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Michael Canavan (Vulcan Advisor)
Victor Bevine (Flight Controller)
John B. Moody (Security Officer)

Notes

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“Bounty”

Episode Number 51
Skalaar holds Archer captive
Production Number 051
Season 2
Stardate 21-Mar-2153
Original Airdate 5/14/2003

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay Hans Tobeason and Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong
Director Roxann Dawson

Synopsis
The crew of the Enterprise encounters Skalaar, a Tellarite who offers to give them a tour of a nearby planet. As it turns out, Skalaar is actually a bounty hunter who kidnaps Archer, planning to turn him over to the Klingons for a reward. Meanwhile, a microbe triggers T’Pol’s Vulcan mating drive.

Guest Cast
Jordan Lund (Skalaar)
Michael Garvey (Captain Goroth)
Ed O’Ross (Gaavrin)
Robert O’Reilly (Kago-Darr)
Louis Ortiz (Klingon Warrior)

Notes
The Klingons have apparently placed a substantial price on Archer’s head since his escape from Rura Penthe in the episode “Judgment”.

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“The Expanse”

Episode Number 52
Enterprise enters the Delphic Expanse
Production Number 052
Season 2
Stardate 24-Apr-2153
Original Airdate 5/21/2003

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
When a probe from an unknown alien source unleashes a devastating assault upon Earth, Enterprise is recalled, then sent to search for the perpetrators in a mysterious region of space known as the Delphic Expanse.

Guest Cast
John Fleck (Silik)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
Daniel Riordan (Captain Duras)
James Horan (Humanoid Figure)
Bruce Wright (Dr. Fer’at)
Dan Desmond (Klingon Chancellor)
Josh Cruze (Captain Ramirez)
David Figlioli (Klingon Crewman)
L. Sidney (Klingon Crewman #2)
Gary Bullock (Klingon Council Member)

Notes
The Vulcan ship Vaankara was destroyed in the Expanse. The last video transmission shows the crew had gone insane and killed each other before the ship was destroyed. The Vulcan High Command recalls T’Pol to Vulcan. She resigns her commision to stay aboard Enterprise.
Trip’s younger sister, Elizabeth, is among the 7 million people killed in the Xindi attack.
This is the final appearance of the Humanoid Figure (a/k/a “Future Guy”), who informs Archer that the Xindi are responsible for the attack. An enemy faction supplied the Xindi with information that Earth was responsible for the future destruction of the Xindi homeworld.
Ramirez is captain of the Starship Intrepid, one of the vessels that comes to Enterprise’s aid when under attack by Duras.
A second Warp 5 starship, NX-02, is under construction in orbit around Earth. It will be ready to launch in 14 months.
Enterprise gets an upgrade, adding photonic torpedoes and enhanced hull plating, along with a new command center. With the new weapons, they are able to destroy Duras’ ship before entering the Expanse. They also added a group of military soldiers (who won’t be seen until next season premiere).

Season 3

“The Xindi”

Episode Number 53
Archer rescues the Xindi Kessick
Production Number 053
Season 3
Stardate 2153
Original Airdate 9/10/2003

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
Six weeks into the Delphic Expanse, Captain Archer and his crew are still searching for clues regarding the mysterious Xindi. They’re also adjusting to the newest members of the crew, a squad of Military Assault Command Operation soldiers (MACOs), led by Major Hayes. The crew learns of a Xindi working at a mining complex, and set out to track him down.

Starring
Scott Bakula (Captain Jonathan Archer)
Jolene Blalock (Sub-Commander T’Pol)
John Billingsley (Doctor Phlox)
Linda Park (Ensign Hoshi Sato)
Anthony Montgomery (Ensign Travis Mayweather)
Dominic Keating (Lieutenant Malcolm Reed)
Connor Trinneer (Commander Charles ‘Trip’ Tucker III)

Guest Cast
Richard Lineback (Kessick)
Stephen McHattie (Alien Foreman)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Marco Sanchez (Corporal Romero)
Daniel Dae Kim (Corporal Chang)
Nathan Anderson (Sergeant Kemper)
Steven Culp (Major Hayes)
Chris Freeman (Alien Head Guard)
Adam Taylor Gordon (Young Trip Tucker)
Erin Price (Elizabeth Tucker)

Notes
This is the first time a story line has spanned an entire season in a Star Trek series.
The facility is mining Trellium ore, which is used as insulation on starships in the Expanse.
In the Xindi Council, we see that there are five Xindi species: Primates, Arboreals, Reptiles, Insetoids, and Aquatics. The Insectiods and Aquatics are CGI characters.
Tarik Ergin played the Insectoid during filming and was replaced with CGI during post production. (He previously played the background character Ayala on Star Trek: Voyager.)
One of the storage bays has been converted into a new command center.
Since she resigned her commision, T’Pol now wears new bright jumpsuits instead of her Vulcan uniform.
Phlox requests that T’Pol begin Vulcan neurpopressure treatments with Tucker, who is having trouble sleeping since his sister died.
Kessik is fatally wounded during the escape, but he is able to give Phlox a set of coordinates. When Enterprise arrives, they find the planet has been destroyed.
The Enterprise main theme, “Faith of the Heart”, has been remixed.

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“Anomaly”

Episode Number 54
Enterprise encounters a giant sphere
Production Number 054
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 9/17/2003

Story
Teleplay Mike Sussman
Director David Straiton

Synopsis
As Enterprise ventures deeper into the Expanse, the ship is rocked by inexplicable, destructive spatial anomalies that distort the laws of physics. The anomalies take most of the ship’s primary systems off-line, leaving Enterprise without weapons or warp capabilities, leaving them vulnerable to attacks by predatory aliens.

Guest Cast
Robert Rusler (Orgoth)
Nathan Anderson (Sergeant Kemper)
Julia Rose (Corporal McKenzie)
Sean McGowan (Corporal Hawkins)
Kenneth A. White (Engineering Crewman)
Ryan Honey (Guard)
Ken Lally (Security Guard)
Porthos

Notes
Orgoth’s face is deformed by a spatial anomaly. He tells Archer that insulating the hull with Trellium-D protects against the spatial distortions.
The Osaarian pirates hide the stolen goods inside a huge sphere, which is surrounded by a cloaking field that generates the spatial anomalies.
To get information from Orgoth, Archer throws him into an airlock and begins decompressing it until Orgoth finally gives up information. The Osaarians recently attacked a Xindi ship and stole supplies and a copy of their database. Using the access code, Hoshi downloads a copy of the Xindi database from the Osaarian ship.
Crewman Fuller dies in the attack, becoming the first Enterprise crew member to die.
This is the first appearance of the new brig set.

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“Extinction”

Episode Number 55
Archer, Sato and T’Pol find the ancient city ruins
Production Number 055
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 9/24/2003

Story
Teleplay André Bormanis
Director LeVar Burton

Synopsis
On a mission to investigate an abandoned Xindi vessel on a jungle planet, Archer, Reed and Hoshi succumb to a virus that mutates them into a primal life form. Meanwhile, Enterprise is threatened by alien vessels that aim to eradicate the virus.

Guest Cast
Roger Cross (Commander Tret)
Daniel Dae Kim (Corporal Chang)
Troy Mittleider (Palmer)
Philip Boyd (Comm Officer)
Brian J. Williams (Alien Decon Agent)
Craig Baxley Jr. (Decon Agent #1)
Keith Schindol (Decon Agent #2)
Jimmy Ortega (Decon Agent #3)

Notes
Beginning in this episode, the series title during the main title credits changes from Enterprise to Star Trek: Enterprise.
The mutagenic virus was created by the extinct Loque’eque species. It causes the infected host’s DNA to mutate into Loque’eque DNA. The Loque’eque engineered the virus when their species lost the ability to reproduce and was going extinct.
Phlox creates an anti-virus. They give the serum to Tret, the captain of the containment vessel.
This epside was dedicated in memory of Jerry Flick, first assistant director.

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“Rajiin”

Episode Number 56
Rajiin scans Captain Archer
Production Number 056
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/1/2003

Story Paul Brown and Brent V. Friedman
Teleplay Brent V. Friedman and Chris Black
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
The NX-01 gets closer to a showdown with the Xindi when Captain Archer takes on an enigmatic passenger: a beautiful slave named Rajiin.

Guest Cast
Nikita Ager (Rajiin)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Steve Larson (Zjod)
Dell Yount (B’Rat Ud)
B.K. Kennelly (Alien Merchant)
Ken Lally (Security Guard)
Porthos

Notes
Enterprise arrives at the Xanthan homeworld’s floating market to obtain a formula for Trellium-D, which they trade for Earth spices.
Without the other Xindi council members’ permission, the Xindi-Reptilians sent Rajiin to take biometric scans of the crew so that they could develop a bio-weapon.

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“Impulse”

Episode Number 57
T’Pol and Archer search for a way to escape the Seleya
Production Number 057
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/8/2003

Story Jonathan Fernandez & Terry Matalas
Teleplay Jonathan Fernandez
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
Enterprise picks up a distress call from a Vulcan ship, the Seleya, which T’Pol recognizes as a ship she once served on. The ship is located in a somewhat treacherous asteroid field — the asteroids are moving in a chaotic, unpredictable pattern due to the Expanse’s spatial anomalies. When Archer and his away team board the Seleya, they are attacked by insane zombie-like Vulcans. Meanwhile, Tucker and Mayweather land on one of the unstable asteroids to mine Trellium ore.

Guest Cast
Sean McGowan (Corporal Hawkins)
Ian Eyre (Vulcan Zombie #1)
Alex Syverson (Vulcan Zombie #2)
Steve Blalock (Vulcan Zombie #3)
Tom Morga (Vulcan Zombie)

Notes
The asteroids are rich in Trellium ore. Phlox discovers Trellium-D is a neuro-toxin to the Vulcan nervous system and causes them to lose control of their emotions. Archer has Tucker store it in a biohazard locker until Phlox can create a cure for T’Pol.
T’Pol previously served on the Seleya, which entered the Expanse nine months ago. The Vaankara was sent on a rescue mission, as seen in “The Expanse”.
The Seleya is named for Mount Seleya on planet Vulcan. (Spock was joined with his katra on Mount Seleya in Star Trek III.)

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“Exile”

Episode Number 58
Hoshi threatens to destroy Tarquin’s amplifier
Production Number 058
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/15/2003

Story
Teleplay Phyllis Strong
Director Roxann Dawson

Synopsis
As Archer and his crew explore the disortion-inducing alien spheres, a powerful telepath makes contact with Hoshi and offers to help Enterprise find the Xindi … for a price.

Guest Cast
Maury Sterling (Tarquin)
Philip Boyd (Comm Officer)

Notes
Tarquin’s people exiled him on this planet for being a telepathic. He is over 400 years old, and very lonely. He ends up giving Hoshi the coordinates of a colony where part of the Xindi weapon is being constructed.

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“The Shipment”

Episode Number 59
Archer gets help from the Xindi Gralik
Production Number 059
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/29/2003

Story
Teleplay Chris Black & Brent V. Friedman
Director David Straiton

Synopsis
Archer, Reed and Major Hayes infiltrate a Xindi-Arboreal industrial colony to learn more about the weapon of mass destruction that will be used against Earth.

Guest Cast
John Cothran Jr. (Gralik Durr)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Steven Culp (Major Hayes)
John Eddins (Xindi-Reptilian)
Jack Alsted (Xindi-Arboreal #2)
Sam Witwer (Xindi-Arboreal #3 )

Notes
Gralik’s plant is manufacturing kemocite, but he is unaware that Degra is using it to manufacture weapons. The kemocite he gives Degra in the end is impure.
According to Gralik, there used to be a sixth species of Xindi, the Avians, but they were killed off during the war that destroyed the Xindi homeworld. The other five species are scattered across the Expanse. The Reptiles and Insectoids caused the destruction of the planet.

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“Twilight”

Episode Number 60
T’Pol takes command of Enterprise
Production Number 060
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/5/2003

Story
Teleplay Mike Sussman
Director Robert Duncan McNeill

Synopsis
A spatial distortion leaves Archer unable to form any new long-term memories. Years in the future, he wakes up one morning and is stunned to learn the outcome of the human-Xindi conflict.

Guest Cast
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
Brett Rickaby (Yedrin Koss)
Richard Anthony Crenna (Security Guard)

Notes
This episode was voted the most popular episode by fans during the push to the Enterprise series finale in 2005.
Archer was infected by subspace parasites, which can’t be removed except by a subspace implosion. Phlox discovers that destroying the parasites in the present time also destroys them in the past. Once the parasites are destroyed after Archer causes a warp core breach, the timeline resets to normal.
In the alternate timeline, Starfleet gave T’Pol a field promotion to Captain. After destroying Earth, the Xindi hunted down the remaining human colonies. Less than 6000 humans remained. They settled on Ceti Alpha V. (Unfortunately, Ceti Alpha V will be destroyed later as seen in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan). After T’Pol resigns to take care of Archer on the surface, Tucker is promoted to Captain.

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“North Star”

Episode Number 61
Trip, T’Pol and Archer in local disguise
Production Number 061
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/12/2003

Story
Teleplay David A. Goodman
Director David Straiton

Synopsis
When a settlement of humans living a 19th-century Western lifestyle is discovered on a Delphic Expanse planet, Archer and crew set out to learn how they got there.

Guest Cast
Emily Bergl (Bethany)
Glenn Morshower (Sheriff MacReady)
James Parks (Deputy Bennings)
Paul Rae (Bartender)
Steven Klein (Draysik)
Gary Bristow (Stablehand)
Mike Watson (Skagaran)
Alexandria M. Salling (Skagaran Girl)
Jon Baron (Skagaran Boy)
Jeff Eith (Cowboy #1)
Cliff McLaughlin (Cowboy #2)
Tom Dupont (Cowboy #3)
Dorenda Moore (MACO #1)
Kevin Derr (MACO #2)

Notes
The humans were abducted from Earth in the 1860s and enslaved by the Skagarans. The humans overthrew the “Skags”, who are now subjugated by the humans.

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“Similitude”

Episode Number 62
Tucker and T’Pol continue their neural treatments
Production Number 062
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/19/2003

Story
Teleplay Manny Coto
Director LeVar Burton

Synopsis
When Trip suffers a catastrophic injury, his only hope for survival is a transplant from a “mimetic simbiot” which Phlox grows from one of his exotic creatures. The simbiot would have Trip’s genetic make-up, but it would grow old and die in a span of 15 days. Archer is uneasy about this plan, but he eventually decides that he has no choice: he must complete his mission and he needs Trip to do so.

Guest Cast
Adam Taylor Gordon (Sim-Trip, Age 8)
Shane Sweet (Sim-Trip, Age 17)
Maximillian Orion Kesmodel (Sim-Trip, Age 4)

Notes
This is the first episode written by co-executive producer Manny Coto, who will go on to executive produce Season 4.
This episode was voted the third most popular episode by fans during the push to the Enterprise series finale in 2005.
Adam Taylor Gordon also played a younger Trip in the dream sequence in “The Xindi”.

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“Carpenter Street”

Episode Number 63
Archer and T’Pol arrive in 2004 Detroit
Production Number 063
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/26/2003

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
Archer receives a surprise visit from Daniels, the mysterious time traveling operative who has aided him in the past. Daniels tells Archer that three Xindi-Reptilians have somehow traveled back in time 150 years to Detroit, Michigan. He wants to send Archer and T’Pol back in time to investigate. He also gives Archer temporal tags to bring back anything that doesn’t belong in the 21st century. After disguising them in clothing from the proper time period, Archer and T’Pol successfully travel 150 years in the past, arriving at night on a Detroit city street in the year 2004.

Guest Cast
Leland Orser (Loomis)
Matt Winston (Daniels)
Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Xindi-Reptilian #1)
Michael Childers (Strode)
Donna DuPlantier (Prostitute #2)
Billy Mayo (Officer #1)
Dan Warner (Officer #2)
Erin Cummings (Prostitute #1)

Notes
The Xindi are creating a bio-weapon using blood samples provided by Loomis’ victims.
Mayweather, Phlox, and Sato do not appear in this episode; Reed is heard via communicator, but not seen.

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“Chosen Realm”

Episode Number 64
Archer shows D’Jamat the result of the Triannon war
Production Number 064
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 1/14/2004

Story
Teleplay Manny Coto
Director Roxann Dawson

Synopsis
After coming to the aid of a crippled alien vessel, Captain Archer brings the ship’s crew onboard Enterprise for medical attention. Their leader, D’Jamat explains that the Triannons are a deeply religious people and regard the Delphic Expanse as the “Chosen Realm” and the mysterious spheres are sacred objects created by god-like beings known as the “Makers.” The Triannons hijack the Enterprise and plan to use it as a weapon against the enemies of their faith.

Guest Cast
Conor O’Farrell (Pri’Nam D’Jamat)
Vince Grant (Yarrick)
Lindsey Stoddart (Indava)
Tayler Sheridan (Jareb)
David Youse (Nalbis)
Gregory Wagrowski (Ceris)
Matt Huhn (Triannon)
Kim Fitzgerald (Crewman)

Notes
The Triannons believe that the Makers built the spheres to transform the “chosen realm” into paradise.
D’Jamat plans to take Enterprise to the Triannon homeworld to destroy the heretics, who believe that the Makers created the spheres in nine days instead of ten.
When Enterprise reaches the planet, they find it has been completely decimated from the war.
Hoshi Sato has no speaking lines in this episode.

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“Proving Ground”

Episode Number 65
T’Pol is suspicious of Shran’s motives
Production Number 065
Season 3
Stardate 06-Dec-2153
Original Airdate 1/21/2004

Story
Teleplay Chris Black
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
After sustaining heavy damage while traversing the Delphic Expanse, an Andorian ship led by Commander Shran arrives to help Enterprise hone in on the Xindi superweapon.

Guest Cast
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Molly Brink (Lieutenant Talas)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Granville Van Dusen (Andorian General)
Josh Drennen (Thalen, Degra’s Assistant)

Notes
Enterprise and the Imperial Warship Kumari locate the superweapon test site. Due to Gralik’s sabotage, the weapon overheats and the test has to be aborted.
The Andorian Imperial Guard sent Shran to retrieve the weapon. Shran is hesistant, but complies, under the guise of lending a hand to the humans since their Vulcan allies turned their back on them.
Once the Andorians retrieve the weapon, they plot a course back to Andoria. Enterprise arms the weapon and the Andorians are forced to eject it before it explodes.
Before leaving the Expanse, Shran secretly transmits an encrypted data stream with detailed scans of the weapon to Enterprise.
Phlox does not appear in this episode.

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“Stratagem”

Episode Number 66
Archer bonds with Degra in the simulator
Production Number 066
Season 3
Stardate 12-Dec-2153
Original Airdate 2/4/2004

Story Terry Matalas
Teleplay Mike Sussman
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
Archer finds himself face-to-face with Degra, the designer of the Xindi superweapon, and tries to trick him into revealing its location.

Guest Cast
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Josh Drennen (Thalen)

Notes
Archer ends up tricking Degra into giving them the location to Azati Prime.

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“Harbinger”

Episode Number 67
Archer questions the sphere builder alien
Production Number 067
Season 3
Stardate 27-Dec-2153
Original Airdate 2/11/2004

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay Manny Coto
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
As Archer tries to unravel the mystery of a rescued alien, long-simmering feelings explode among his senior officers.

Guest Cast
Steven Culp (Major Hayes)
Noa Tishby (Corporal Amanda Cole)
Thomas Kopache (The Alien)

Notes
The alien is a test subject from a trans-dimensional realm, apparently one of the species who built the spheres.
Tucker begins neuropressure sessions with Corporal Cole and have become “friendly”. T’Pol seems jealous. They end up kissing and then… an “exploration of human sexuality.”
The friction between Reed and Hayes ends up with them beating the crap out of each other, but they end up settling their differences.

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“Doctor’s Orders”

Episode Number 68
Phlox and T’Pol stabalize the warp field
Production Number 068
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 2/18/2004

Story
Teleplay Chris Black
Director Roxann Dawson

Synopsis
En route to Azati Prime, Archer and his crew encounter another roadblock: a trans-dimensional disturbance. The fate of Enterprise is in Dr. Phlox’s hands as the rest of the crew must be induced into a coma in order to survive the four day trip.

Guest Cast
Porthos

Notes
Phlox narrates the events of the episode in a letter to his friends Dr. Lucas.
Affected by the disturbance, Phlox hallucinates that T’Pol is running the ship with him and Xindi-Insectroids are trying to get him.
Fake T’Pol can talk to Phlox, but she does not interact with anything nor is she able to provide him with guidance running the ship.
Running the ship alone, Phlox attends to the crew, walks around naked, and watches The Court Jester on movie night.
This episode’s storyline is very similar to the Voyager episode “One” featuring Seven of Nine.

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“Hatchery”

Episode Number 69
Archer looks after the unhatched eggs
Production Number 069
Season 3
Stardate 08-Jan-2154
Original Airdate 2/25/2004

Story André Bormanis & Mike Sussman
Teleplay André Bormanis
Director Michael Grossman

Synopsis
En route to Azati Prime, Enterprise discovers a damaged Xindi-Insectoid vessel with no bio-signs onboard. They discover an eerie hatchery containing Xindi eggs, some of which are still viable. Archer orders Trip to assign a team to repair the hatchery and vows to protect the hatchlings no matter the cost.

Guest Cast
Steven Culp (Major Hayes)
Daniel Dae Kim (Corporal Chang)
Sean McGowan (Corporal Hawkins)
Paul Eliopoulos (Crewman #1)
Porthos

Notes
While in the hatchery, an egg sprays Archer. This imprints the eggs on him. Phlox is able to reverse the effect.
Phlox learns the Insectoids are genderless and reproduce asexually. He estimates they have a life span of approximately 12 years.
The crew retrieves a shuttle from the Insectoid ship.

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“Azati Prime”

Episode Number 70
The Xindi question Captain Archer
Production Number 070
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 3/3/2004

Story Rick Berman & Brannon Braga and Manny Coto
Teleplay Manny Coto
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
Having located the Xindi super weaspon, Archer sets out on a suicide mission to destroy it. Discovered and captured, Archer is brutally tortured while Enterprise suffers a severely damaging attack.

Guest Cast
Matt Winston (Daniels)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Christopher Goodman (Thalen)

Notes
T’Pol becomes emotionally unstable after Captain Archer departs.
Tucker and Mayweather use the shuttle they obtained in “Hatchery” to get detailed scans of the weaspon, which is being finalized in an underwater facility.
Daniels brings Archer onto the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-J 400 years into the future to the Battle of Procyon V, where the Federation engaged the Sphere Builders. In this timeline, Xindi as well as Klingons are part of the Federation. Daniels tries to convince Archer not to sacrifice himself in destroying the weapon, since he is necessary for humanity’s survival as well as the creation of the Federation.
During the battle Nova-class and Prometheus-class starships are seen battling the sphere builder ships, apparently CGI models re-used from Star Trek: Voyager.

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“Damage”

Episode Number 71
T’Pol confides in Dr. Phlox
Production Number 071
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 4/21/2004

Story
Teleplay Phyllis Strong
Director James L. Conway

Synopsis
While dissension among Xindi ranks festers, Enterprise tries to recover from a devastating attack and joins forces with an Illyrian ship that has also suffered damage. In desperate need of a warp coil, Archer takes extreme measures to continue on their mission.

Guest Cast
Casey Biggs (Illyrian Captain)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Scott MacDonald (Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Josette DiCarlo (Sphere-Builder)
Dorenda Moore (Private Parson)

Notes
The Illyrian ship is new to the expanse. Archer and an armed away team beam onto the Illyrian ship and steal their warp coil. Enterprise was attached by pirates when they were new to the expanse earlier this season in “Damage”.
T’Pol becomes increasingly agitated. She puts on an EVA suit to retrieve some Trellium-D ore from the damaged cargo bay. She melts it and injects it into her neck. She finally informs Phlox what she has been doing, and that it has been going on for three months. She became addicted to the emotions after being exposed on the Seleya in “Impulse”.
Enterprise lost 14 crewmen, with three unaccounted for.
Casey Biggs previously played recurring Cardassian character Damar on Deep Space Nine.

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“The Forgotten”

Episode Number 72
Phlox and Archer show Degra and Janaar their scans
Production Number 072
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 4/28/2004

Story
Teleplay Chris Black & David A. Goodman
Director LeVar Burton

Synopsis
Two high-ranking Xindi offer to stop the launch of their super-weapon if Archer can prove they’ve been manipulated. Meanwhile, the crew mourns their lost mates.

Guest Cast
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Bob Morrisey (Xindi-Reptilian Captain)
Seth MacFarlane (Engineer)
Kipleigh Brown (Crewman Jane Taylor)

Notes
Crewman Taylor was one of the 18 people lost in the attack. Archer asks Tucker to send a letter to her family.
Degra and Janaar are forced to destroy a Xindi-Reptilian ship to stop them from warning the Reptilians.
Degra provides Archer with the coordinates of the Xindi council, along with the coordinates to a subspace corridor that will get them there in three days.

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“E²”

Episode Number 73
Archer and T’Pol meet with Lorian and Karyn
Production Number 073
Season 3
Stardate
Original Airdate 5/5/2004

Story
Teleplay Michael Sussman
Director Roxann Dawson

Synopsis
As Enterprise heads toward its rendezvous with Degra and a fateful meeting with the Xindi Council, the crew faces a dangerous trek. To reach their destination, they must enter a subspace corridor guarded by the Kovaalans, a species that isn’t very tolerant of trespassers. Suddenly, the crew detects another ship, an NX-class Starfleet vessel…Enterprise NX-01. The ship’s captain, Lorian, tells the captain that the current mission will not be successful. If Archer takes his ship into the subspace corridor, it will be thrown back in time 117 years.

Guest Cast
David Andrews (Captain Lorian)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Tess Lina (Karyn Archer)
Tom Schanley (Greer)
Steve Truitt (Crewman #1)

Notes
Lorian is T’Pol and Tucker’s son. Karyn Archer is Archer’s great granddaughter.
The alternate Enterprise is presumed destroyed by the Kovaalans or ceased to exist when the real Enterprise made it through the corridor.
This episode’s premise is very similar to the Deep Space Nine episode “Children of Time”.

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“The Council”

Episode Number 74
Archer and Sato meet with the Xindi Council
Production Number 074
Season 3
Stardate 12-Feb-2154
Original Airdate 5/12/2004

Story
Teleplay Manny Coto
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
Archer and Hoshi stand before the Xindi Council as T’Pol and Reed lead a team into the heart of a Sphere.

Guest Cast
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Josette DiCarlo (Sphere-Builder Woman)
Sean McGowan (Corporal Hawkins)
Bruce Thomas (Xindi-Reptilian Soldier)
Andrew Borba (Xindi-Reptilian Lieutenant)
Mary Mara (Sphere-Builder Presage)
Ruth Williamson (Sphere-Builder Primary)
Eric Lemler (Helm Crewman)
Porthos

Notes
Reptilian Commander Dolim stabs Degra, killing him. The Reptilians and Insectoids hijaak the super-weapon and open a vortex for Earth. They kidnap Hoshi Sato before disappearing.
MACO Corporal Hawkins is killed by sphere’s automated defense system.
Council members Dolim and Janaar are finally named in this episode, but the Primate played by Tucker Smallwood is not.
The stardate is not given, but is inferred by the next epsiode.

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“Countdown”

Episode Number 75
The Xindi-Reptilians capture Hoshi Sato
Production Number 075
Season 3
Stardate 13-Feb-2154
Original Airdate 5/19/2004

Story
Teleplay André Bormanis & Chris Black
Director Robert Duncan McNeill

Synopsis
With help from Xindi allies, the Enterprise crew attempts to stop the arming of the Weapon aimed toward Earth. Meanwhile, the Xindi-Reptilians have kidnapped Hoshi Sato, hoping that she will be able to decipher the Aquatics’ launch code. Seeing their plan coming apart, the shadowy Sphere Builders attempt to alter events.

Guest Cast
Steven Culp (Major Hayes)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Josette DiCarlo (Sphere-Builder Woman)
Bruce Thomas (Xindi-Reptilian Soldier)
Andrew Borba (Xindi-Reptilian Lieutenant)
Mary Mara (Sphere-Builder Presage)
Ruth Williamson (Sphere-Builder Primary)
Paul Dean (Xindi-Reptilian Technician)
Porthos

Notes
The Reptilians inject Hoshi with parasites to get her to decipher the code. Major Hayes dies while rescuing Hoshi.
The Sphere Builders increase the anomaly output of the spheres, allowing the Reptilians to escape the Xindi fleet. When the Insectoids question the Reptilians about the Guardians and the Spheres, Dolim destroys their ship.
T’Pol determines that certain spheres are act to link the entire sphere network. Damaging one of these would disrupt the network.
While Archer goes after the weapon in Degra’s ship, Enterprise heads to Sphere 41.
T’Pol expresses an interest in joining Starfleet once this mission is over.
This episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Visual Effects.

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“Zero Hour”

Episode Number 76
The Xindi Weapon is destroyed as it reaches Earth
Production Number 076
Season 3
Stardate 14-Feb-2154
Original Airdate 5/26/2004

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
Aboard Degra’s ship, Archer, Reed and Hoshi work with the Arboreals and Primates to stop the Xindi weapon from launching. Archer plans to destroy the weapon from the inside by overloading the power systems, but he needs Hoshi, who is still recovering from her ordeal with the Reptilians, to decrypt the weapon schematics. Meanwhile, T’Pol leads Enterprise to Sphere 41.

Guest Cast
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Josette DiCarlo (Sphere-Builder Woman)
Bruce Thomas (Xindi-Reptilian Soldier)
Andrew Borba (Xindi-Reptilian Lieutenant)
Matt Winston (Daniels)
Mary Mara (Sphere-Builder Presage)
Ruth Williamson (Sphere-Builder Primary)
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Gunter Ziegler (Doctor)
J. Paul Boehmer (Officer)
Zachary Krebs (Andorian)

Notes
Archer appears to have been killed when the weaspon is destroyed. When Enterprise reaches Earth, they can not raise anyone on comm and the shuttlepod is attacked by WWII aircraft. In the final scene, Archer is seen unconscious in a Nazi medical camp and an alien in Nazi uniform emerges from the shadow.
Enterprise destroys Sphere 41, which in turn destroys each of the other spheres and the Delphic Expanse begins to return to normal space.
Shran arrives in time to help destroy the Xindi-Reptilian ship.
T’Pol tells Trip that she is 65 years old.
Daniels shows Archer a ceremony that is the beginning of what will become the United Federation of Planets. This will be seen in the series finale “These Are The Voyages…”.

Season 4

“Storm Front”

Episode Number 77
Alicia helps Archer
Production Number 077
Season 4
Stardate 2154
Original Airdate 10/8/2004

Story
Teleplay Manny Coto
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
Archer and the Enterprise find themselves in Earth’s past, with events of World War II altered by the Temporal Cold War, in which the Nazis have invaded the United States aided by sinister aliens.

Starring
Scott Bakula (Captain Jonathan Archer)
Jolene Blalock (Commander T’Pol)
John Billingsley (Doctor Phlox)
Linda Park (Ensign Hoshi Sato)
Anthony Montgomery (Ensign Travis Mayweather)
Dominic Keating (Lieutenant Malcolm Reed)
Connor Trinneer (Commander Charles ‘Trip’ Tucker III)

Guest Cast
Golden Brooks (Alicia Travers)
Jack Gwaltney (Vosk)
John Fleck (Silik)
Joe Maruzzo (Sal)
Tom Wright (Ghrath)
Matt Winston (Daniels)
Christopher Neame (German General)
Steven R. Schirripa (Carmine)
J. Paul Boehmer (SS Agent)
John Harnagel (Joe Prazki)
Sonny Surowiec (German Soldier)

Notes
Golden Brooks plays Maya on the UPN sitcom “Girlfriends”.
J. Paul Boehmer also played a Nazi officer in the Voyager episodes “The Killing Game, Part I” and “The Killing Game, Part II”. He also played the drone One in the Voyager episode “Drone”.

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“Storm Front, Part II”

Episode Number 78
Archer suspects Trip may not be himself
Production Number 078
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/15/2004

Story
Teleplay Manny Coto
Director David Straiton

Synopsis
With Silik’s help, Archer hones in on the temporal operative who altered Earth’s past and threatens to destroy all of time.

Guest Cast
Golden Brooks (Alicia Travers)
Jack Gwaltney (Vosk)
John Fleck (Silik)
Matt Winston (Daniels)
Christopher Neame (German General)
Steven R. Schirripa (Carmine)
Mark Elliot Silverberg (Kraul)
David Pease (Alien Technician)
Burr Middleton (Newsreel Narrator)

Notes
Vosk is a leader of a temporal cold war faction from the 29th century. His species is never named.
Silik is killed by a Nazi soldier. John Fleck is seen without Suliban make-up when Silik is in human disguise.

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“Home”

Episode Number 79
Trip and T’Les watch T’Pol well on her wedding day
Production Number 079
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 10/22/2004

Story
Teleplay Michael Sussman
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
Once the Enterprise finally returns to Earth, the weary crewmen face repercussions of their journeys, both positive and negative.

Guest Cast
Joanna Cassidy (T’Les)
Michael Reilly Burke (Koss)
Ada Maris (Captain Erika Hernandez)
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Joe Chrest (Bar Patron #1)
Jim Fitzpatrick (Commander Williams)
Jack Donner (Vulcan Priest)

Notes
While the crew takes rest and relaxation, Enterprise goes through a repair and refit.
Since the Xindi attack, there has been a rise in xenophobia, which Phlox experiences in a local bar. This theme will be explored further later in the season (see “Demons”).
This is the first appearance of T’Pol’s mother, T’Les, who was forced to retire from the Science Academy because of T’Pol’s role in “The Andorian Incident”.
Trip travels to Vulcan with T’Pol, where she follows through with her pre-arranged marriage to Koss (see “Breaking the Ice”) after he offers to help reinstate T’Les. T’Les knows that Trip is in love with T’Pol and she urges him to tell her, but he is unable to.
T’Pol has been offered a commission in Starfleet.
Erika Hernandez has been selected to command the second NX-class starship, the Columbia NX-02. She and Archer apparently have a romantic past.
Trip states that Vulcan is 16 light-years from Earth. It is generally given that Vulcan orbits the star 40 Eridani, which is approximately 16 light years from Earth.

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“Borderland”

Episode Number 80
Dr. Arik Soong boards Enterprise
Production Number 080
Season 4
Stardate 17-May-2154
Original Airdate 10/29/2004

Story
Teleplay Ken LaZebnik
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
When genetic supermen left over from the Eugenics Wars hijack a Klingon ship, Archer must rely on their creator, the criminal Dr. Arik Soong, to help hunt them down. Upon reaching the volatile Borderland, T’Pol and eight other crewmen are kidnapped by Orion slave traders.

Guest Cast
Brent Spiner (Dr. Arik Soong)
Alec Newman (Malik)
Abby Brammell (Persis)
Joel West (Raakin)
Big Show (Orion Slaver #1)
Dave Power (Ensign Jeffrey Pierce)
J.G. Hertzler (Klingon Captain)
Dayo Ade (Klingon Tactical Officer)
Gary Kasper (Orion Slaver #2)
Bobbi Sue Luther (Orion Slave Woman)
Thom Williams (Klingon Soldier #1)

Notes
This episode is part 1 of a 3-part arc featuring Soong and the augmented humans.
The Borderland is a volatile area of space between the Klingon Empire and the Orion Syndicate.
This is T’Pol’s first official day as a Starfleet officer; She has been given the rank of Commander. For some reason she does not wear a Starfleet uniform, but a cross between her 3rd season jumpsuit and the Starfleet uniform, including the Enterprise patch and the three rank pips.
Arik Soong is a distant relative of Noonien Soong, creator of the android Data. (Brent Spiner is obviously best known for his role as Data on Star Trek: The Next Generation.)
J.G. Hertzler also played Klingon General/Chancellor Martok on Deep Space Nine.

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“Cold Station 12”

Episode Number 81
Dr. Soong and his Augments take control of CS12
Production Number 081
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/5/2004

Story
Teleplay Michael Bryant
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
Arik Soong leads his band of Augments to a medical facility where hundreds of genetically enhanced embryos are still stored, intending to retrieve them and bring them to life.

Guest Cast
Brent Spiner (Dr. Arik Soong)
Alec Newman (Malik)
Abby Brammell (Persis)
Richard Riehle (Dr. Jeremy Lucas)
Kaj-Erik Eriksen (Udar “Smike”)
Kris Iyer (Deputy Director)
Adam Grimes (Lokesh)
Amy Wieczorek (Denobulan Pilot)
Jordan Orr (Young Malik)
Kevin Foster (Security Guard #1)

Notes
Part 2 of 3.
Cold Station 12 is a Starfleet/Denobulan medical research facility which also serves as a storage facility for hazardous pathogens in addition to the 1800 augment embryos.
This the first of two appearances of Phlox’ friend Dr. Lucas, the recipient of his letters throughout the series. Lucas was recently transferred to Cold Station 12 as senior medical director.

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“The Augments”

Episode Number 82
Dr. Soong helps Archer find the Augments
Production Number 082
Season 4
Stardate 27-May-2154
Original Airdate 11/12/2004

Story
Teleplay Michael Sussman
Director LeVar Burton

Synopsis
In defiance of their “father,” Arik Soong’s Augments devise a heinous plot against the Klingons which will surely lead to interstellar war.

Guest Cast
Brent Spiner (Dr. Arik Soong)
Alec Newman (Malik)
Abby Brammell (Persis)
Richard Riehle (Dr. Jeremy Lucas)
Mark Rolston (Captain Magh)
Adam Grimes (Lokesh)
Kristen Ariza (Augment #1)
Dayna Devon (Engineer)
J.D. Hall (Klingon Com Voice)

Notes
Part 3 of 3.
Dayna Devon is co-host on the TV entertainment show “Extra”.

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“The Forge”

Episode Number 83
T’Pol and Archer begin their journey through the Forge
Production Number 083
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/19/2004

Story
Teleplay Judith Reeves-Stevens & Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Director Michael Grossman

Synopsis
Earth’s embassy on Vulcan is bombed, and the ensuing investigation puts Archer and T’Pol on the trail of a Vulcan religious faction hiding in a treacherous desert.

Guest Cast
Robert Foxworth (Administrator V’Las)
Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Maxwell Forrest)
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
Michael Reilly Burke (Koss)
Michael Nouri (Arev)
Larc Spies (Chief Investigator Stel)

Notes
Part 1 of 3.
Admiral Forrest dies saving Ambassador Soval. 43 people died in total (12 Vulcans and 31 Humans).
The evidence points to the Syrannites, a small group of Vulcans who follow a “corrupted” form of Surak’s teachings. DNA from a known Syrannite named T’Pau is found, but Phlox discovers that it was planted.
Soval becomes an ally to the crew, and begins working with the crew to discover what happened. He mind melds with the comatose guard and discovers that Stel planted the bomb in the Embassy.
Koss delivers an IDIC pendant to T’Pol, and informs her that her mother T’Les is a Syrannite and that she has disappeared. The pendant gives them directions to find her.
V’Las is the Administrator of the Vulcan High Command.

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“Awakening”

Episode Number 84
T’Pau tries to extract Surak’s katra from Archer
Production Number 084
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 11/26/2004

Story
Teleplay André Bormanis
Director Roxann Dawson

Synopsis
Archer and T’Pol encounter the Syrrannites, a radical group hiding in the Vulcan desert, while the Enterprise crew contends with Vulcan power ploys.

Guest Cast
Robert Foxworth (Administrator V’Las)
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
John Rubinstein (Minister Kuvak)
Bruce Gray (Surak)
Kara Zediker (T’Pau)
Joanna Cassidy (T’Les)

Notes
Part 2 of 3.
The High Command dismisses Soval for his actions in the previous episode.
The Syrannites follow the true teaches of Surok, the founder of Vulcan society. Arev, who died in the previous episode, was actually Syran, the leader of the Syrannites. Syran carried the katra of Surok. Before he died, he transferred the katra to Archer.
T’Pol’s mother T’Les dies in the attacks on the Syrrannites.
Dr. Phlox does not appear in this episode.

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“Kir’Shara”

Episode Number 85
T’Pau cures T’Pol of her Pa’nar Syndrome
Production Number 085
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 12/3/2004

Story
Teleplay Michael Sussman
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
Archer, T’Pol and T’Pau attempt to bring the Kir’Shara — an artifact believed to contain Surak’s original writings — to the Vulcan capital, as the Enterprise gets involved in a Vulcan-Andorian military clash.

Guest Cast
Robert Foxworth (Administrator V’Las)
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
John Rubinstein (Minister Kuvak)
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
Michael Reilly Burke (Koss)
Kara Zediker (T’Pau)
Todd Stashwick (Talok)
Jack Donner (Vulcan Priest)
Melodee M. Spevack (Andorian Com Voice)

Notes
Part 3 of 3.
V’Las has convinced the Vulcan High Command that Andoria has Xindi technology and uses this fear to launch an invasion of Andoria. He is relieved of his duties for treason. This episode begins the turning point in Vulcan history when Vulcans begin their journey from the devious Vulcans of the Star Trek: Enterprise era to the species seen in the Original Series era and beyond.
T’Pau melds with T’Pol and cures her Pa’nar Syndrome (diagnosed in “Stigma”). According to T’Pau, it is caused by inexperienced melders and can be cured by a meld with an experienced melder. The Vulcan High Command created the stigma to discredit the Syrannites among the Vulcan people.
The final scene shows V’Las meeting with a Romulan, who denies him an escape and leaving re-unification for another time (see TNG two-part episode “Unification”).

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“Daedalus”

Episode Number 86
Archer is reunited with old friend Emory Erickson
Production Number 086
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 1/7/2005

Story
Teleplay Ken LaZebnik & Michael Bryant
Director David Straiton

Synopsis
The crew welcomes aboard Emory Erickson, the inventor of the transporter device, set to conduct a series of experiments to test a radical upgrade to the technology. However, once Enterprise reaches the test site, Archer realizes that his old family friend has lied and is using the ship to search for his son, lost years before in a transporter mishap.

Guest Cast
Bill Cobbs (Emory Erickson)
Leslie Silva (Danica Erickson)
Donovan Knowles (Quinn Erickson)
Noel Manzano (Ensign Burrows)

Notes
Emory Erickson was a friend of Archer’s father; he is like a second father to Archer, who was a friend of Quinn’s.
They locate Quinn, but he dies soon after he is beamed aboard Enterprise.
T’Pol begins studying the Kir’Shara, which is having a profound effect on all of Vulcan. Phlox verifies that her Pa’nar Syndrome is cured, and notes that others on Vulcan are coming forward to be cured as well.
Ensign Burrows dies when Quinn’s energy field touches him.

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“Observer Effect”

Episode Number 87
Hoshi ‘comes back to life’ to discuss the humans
Production Number 087
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 1/14/2005

Story
Teleplay Judith Reeves-Stevens & Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
After Hoshi and Trip contract a deadly virus while exploring a planet, two ghostly aliens possess the bodies of various Enterprise crew members to observe humanity’s reaction to imminent tragedy. As the aliens secretly jump bodies to observe, Phlox strives to cure the stricken pair, but with his efforts failing, Archer must make a difficult decision in order to shield the rest of the crew from this growing biohazard.

Guest Cast

Notes
The non-corporeal aliens are the Organians, who first appeared in the Original Series episode “Errand of Mercy”.

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“Babel One”

Episode Number 88
The Enterprise crew welcomes the Tellarites
Production Number 088
Season 4
Stardate 12-Nov-2154
Original Airdate 1/28/2005

Story
Teleplay Mike Sussman & André Bormanis
Director David Straiton

Synopsis
Ordered to transport a delegation of argumentative Tellarites to a peace conference with the blue-skinned Andorians, Archer and the crew find themselves drawn into a confusing, dangerous situation when a secret Romulan vessel begins attacking ships on all sides, including Enterprise.

Guest Cast
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Lee Arenberg (Ambassador Gral)
Brian Thompson (Admiral Valdore)
J. Michael Flynn (Nijil)
Molly Brink (Lieutenant Talas)
Kevin Brief (Naarg)
Jermaine Soto (MACO Crewman)

Notes
Part 1 of 3.
T’Pol receives a communication from Koss: their marriage is officially disolved.

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“United”

Episode Number 89
The Tellarites and Andorians call a truce
Production Number 089
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 2/4/2005

Story Manny Coto
Teleplay Judith Reeves-Stevens & Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Director David Livingston

Synopsis
Trapped aboard a mysterious drone ship that’s been terrorizing the region, Trip and Malcolm work to outwit the Romulans, who are piloting the vessel via remote control, in order to save their own lives and stop the feuding Andorians and Tellarites from going to war.

Guest Cast
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Lee Arenberg (Ambassador Gral)
Brian Thompson (Admiral Valdore)
Geno Silva (Senator Vrax)
Kevin Brief (Naarg)
Molly Brink (Lieutenant Talas)
J. Michael Flynn (Nijil)
Scott Allen Rinker (Pilot)

Notes
Part 2 of 3.
This episode sets up the beginnings of the forming of the United Federation of Planets, whose five charter members are the planets Earth, Vulcan, Andoria, Tellar, and the human colony Alpha Centauri.
Shran’s mate, Talas, dies from her injuries after Naarg shot her in “Babel One”.
During their duel, Archer cuts off one of Shran’s antennae. According for Phlox, it will grow back naturally in 9 months, half that with treatment.
The remote pilot appears to be Andorian….
UPN announced this week that Season 4 will be the last season as it has cancelled Star Trek: Enterprise.

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“The Aenar”

Episode Number 90
Jhamel agrees to use the telepresence device
Production Number 090
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 2/11/2005

Story Manny Coto
Teleplay André Bormanis
Director Mike Vejar

Synopsis
Archer visits Shran’s icy homeworld to find an Andorian subspecies called the Aenar, to determine their connection to the marauder destroying ships in the region.

Guest Cast
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Alexandra Lydon (Jhamel)
Brian Thompson (Admiral Valdore)
Geno Silva (Senator Vrax)
Alicia Adams (Lissan)
J. Michael Flynn (Nijil)
Scott Allen Rinker (Gareb)

Notes
Part 3 of 3.
Trip’s feelings for T’Pol seem to be overwhelming him. In the end, Trip requests a transfer to the Columbia. Archer agrees.
This is the first visit to the icy world of Andoria, a small planet which orbits a large, ringed gas giant. Andorian cities are built underground to take advantage of geo-thermal energy. During a “heat-wave,” the surface temperature may be above freezing for several weeks. When Archer and Shran beam down, it is 28 degrees below 0 — the middle of summer.
The Aenar (pronounced “EE-nar”) are an Andorian subspecies. Very few Andorians have seen an Aenar. They are blind, ice-dwelling, non-violent isolationists who live in the northern wastes. They have pale, white skin, but are otherwise similar in appearance to the blue-skinned Andorians. They are highly telepathic, but do not believe in reading other’s thoughts without permission.
Jhamel agrees to help Archer and Shran to save her brother Gareb. Jhamel convinces Gareb to stop the attack, but Valdore kills Gareb.

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“Affliction”

Episode Number 91
Phlox is kidnapped by the Klingons
Production Number 091
Season 4
Stardate 27-Nov-2154
Original Airdate 2/18/2005

Story Manny Coto
Teleplay Michael Sussman
Director Michael Grossman

Synopsis
While Enterprise visits Earth for the launch of Columbia, Dr. Phlox is kidnapped by a band of Klingons who are desperate to find a cure for a genetically-engineered virus that threatens their entire race. Meanwhile, Trip begins his new assignment aboard the Starship Columbia as it prepares to embark on its maiden voyage and Reed’s ties to a mysterious intelligence organization compromises his allegiance to Archer and Enterprise. Later, T’Pol attempts her first mind-meld in the search for clues to Phlox’s whereabouts.

Guest Cast
John Schuck (Dr. Antaak)
James Avery (General K’Vagh)
Ada Maris (Captain Erika Hernandez)
Eric Pierpoint (Harris)
Terrell Tilford (Marab)
Kate McNeil (Cmdr. Collins)
Brad Greenquist (Alien #1)
Derek Magyar (Cmdr. Kelby)
Marc Worden (Klingon Prisoner)
Seth MacFarlane (Ensign Rivers)

Notes
Part 1 of 2.
The virus was created by the Klingons using DNA from the Human Augments in trying to create a Klingon Augment. One of the test subjects had the Livodian flu and the virus mutated. They tried to get Dr. Arik Soong, but were unable, so they took Phlox instead.
Archer walks T’Pol through her mind meld with Hoshi.
After Reed is caught in a lie and erases the Rigellian black box, Archer relieves him from duty and throws him in the brig pending court-martial.
Admiral Gardner has replaced Admiral Forrest as the commander of the fleet.
Kelby has replaced Tucker as the Enterprise Chief Engineer.
Hernandez has to remind Tucker to replace the Enterprise patch on his arm with a Columbia patch.
Hernandez served on the Republic under Captain Jennings before she received command of the Columbia.

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“Divergence”

Episode Number 92
Dr. Antaak is left disfigured by the virus
Production Number 092
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 2/25/2005

Story
Teleplay Judith Reeves-Stevens & Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Director David Barrett

Synopsis
With the help of Captain Hernandez, Trip and the newly-launched starship Columbia, Archer pursues the kidnapped Phlox deep into Klingon territory, as Phlox decides to cooperate with finding a cure to a virus ravaging a Klingon outpost. Meanwhile, Archer demands that Reed disclose his secret orders when his ties to a mysterious intelligence organization are revealed. Later, when Trip temporarily returns to Enterprise, T’Pol tries to broach an uncomfortable subject with him.

Guest Cast
Kristin Bauer (Laneth)
James Avery (General K’Vagh)
John Schuck (Dr. Antaak)
Ada Maris (Captain Erika Hernandez)
Eric Pierpoint (Harris)
Terrell Tilford (Marab)
Wayne Grace (Admiral Krell)
Matt Jenkins (Tactical Officer)

Notes
Part 2 of 2.
Phlox finds a cure for the virus, but it leaves 7 million Klingons without ridges, a genetic trait they will pass onto their children. Phlox notes that the appearance can be corrected with cosmetic surgery.
The Columbia’s registry is NX-02. It is a slightly different color than Enterprise (more silver-grey) and has minor improvements over Enterprise.

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“Bound”

Episode Number 93
The Orion women dance for Archer
Production Number 093
Season 4
Stardate 27-Dec-2154
Original Airdate 4/15/2005

Story
Teleplay Manny Coto
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
After Archer forges a deal with the Orions, the trader presents the captain with a gift — three alluring Orion women who proceed to seduce all the men on board except, mysteriously, Trip.

Guest Cast
William Lucking (Harrad-Sar)
Cyia Batten (Navaar)
Derek Magyar (Commander Kelby)
Crystal Allen (D’Nesh)
Menina Fortunato (Maras)
Christopher Jewett (Crewman #1)
Duncan K. Fraser (Crewman #2)

Notes
We learn that Orion women are the ones who are in control — the men are slaves to their bidding.
The Orion women emit a pheromone which affects the entire crew, except for T’Pol, whose Vulcan physiology is immune. The pheromone causes headaches in the women and it causes Phlox to become tired. T’Pol’s mating bond with Trip renders him immune as well.
T’Pol finally admits her feelings for Trip, who tells her that he already asked Captain Hernandez for a transfer back to Enterprise.
Kelby had problems getting along with Trip early on because he feels that Trip’s presence on Enterprise threatened his promotion. Apparently he was right because Trip does indeed call Kelby “Lieutenant” instead of “Commander” and then later reveals that he requested a transfer back to Enterprise.

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“In a Mirror, Darkly”

Episode Number 94
The U.S.S. Defiant NCC-1764
Production Number 094
Season 4
Stardate 13-Jan-2155
Original Airdate 4/22/2005

Story
Teleplay Michael Sussman
Director James L. Conway

Synopsis
In an alternate universe, an amoral, imperialistic version of the Enterprise crew, led by Captain Forrest with Archer as his treacherous first officer, makes an astonishing discovery during a mission into enemy alien territory. Meanwhile, a power-hungry Archer schemes against Captain Forrest, his lover Hoshi, and loyal slave T’Pol, so he can lay full claim to the discovery. Later, Phlox happily tortures a captured Tholian for information requested by Archer.

Starring
Scott Bakula (Commander Jonathan Archer)
Jolene Blalock (Sub-Commander T’Pol)
John Billingsley (Doctor Phlox)
Linda Park (Ensign Hoshi Sato)
Anthony Montgomery (Sargeant Travis Mayweather)
Dominic Keating (Major Malcolm Reed)
Connor Trinneer (Commander Charles ‘Trip’ Tucker III)

Guest Cast
Vaughn Armstrong (Captain Maxwell Forrest)
Franc Ross (Grizzled Human)
James Cromwell (Zefram Cochrane)
Cully Fredricksen (Vulcan Captain)

Notes
The episode opened with the first contact scene from the end of Star Trek: First Contact. When Zefram Cochrane is supposed to shake the Vulcan captain’s hand, he shoots him instead!
The opening credits featured an instrumental theme song with images of battles instead of exploration.
The Original Series 3rd season episode “The Tholian Web” introduced the Tholians and the Defiant.
The mirror Tholians created a rift in the universe and lured a ship into the mirror universe — the U.S.S. Defiant NCC-1764, Constitution-class. The ship is approximately 100 years from the future.
The name on the hull is I.S.S. Enterprise. The NX-01 registry is gone, replaced by a mirror universe symbol. There are also yellow stripes painted on the top sides of the saucer section.
Mirror Porthos is a rottweiler instead of a cute beagle.
This episode is the 700th episode of Star Trek produced. (This does not include The Animated Series nor the motion pictures.)
Unlike the other “mirror universe” episodes, this episode (and it’s conclusion) are entirely contained within the mirror universe. There is no crossing-over (other than the starship Defiant).

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“In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II”

Episode Number 95
Archer takes control of the fleet
Production Number 095
Season 4
Stardate 18-Jan-2155
Original Airdate 4/29/2005

Story Manny Coto
Teleplay Michael Sussman
Director Marvin V. Rush

Synopsis
After using the Defiant to repel a Tholian attack, the power-hungry Archer and Enterprise crew set about using this advanced ship to seize control of all of Earth’s Terran Empire. As Archer takes full command of the Defiant and reviews the alternate history of Starfleet, his duplicitous lover Hoshi, a traitorous T’Pol and a reptilian Gorn stowaway hatch schemes of their own.

Guest Cast
Gary Graham (Ensign Soval)
Gregory Itzin (Admiral Black)
Derek Magyar (Ensign Kelby)
John Mahon (Admiral Gardner)
Pat Healy (Alien)
Majel Barrett (Defiant Computer Voice)
David Sobolov (Slar)

Notes
The crew that arrived on the Defiant in Part 1 wear the TOS uniforms in this episode (since they arrived in EV suits).
The Defiant finds rebel Andorian, Vulcan, and Tellarite ships attacking the I.S.S. Avenger, an NX-class starship commanded by Admiral Black. Soval (sporting a goatee) was the science officer on the Avenger. Archer destroyed the rebels, allowing one to escape as a warning.
Ensign Kelby was killed by the Gorn. Reed put on the TOS red shirt uniform and was also critically injured by the Gorn; he was out of commission for the rest of the episode.
T’Pol notes that “It may take centuries, humanity will pay for its arrogance.” See the DS9 episode “Crossover”.
After the destruction of the Avenger, Hoshi poisons Archer, takes over the Defiant and declares herself Empress Sato, ordering Fleet Admiral Gardner to surrender.

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“Demons”

Episode Number 96
The crew attends the Coalition conference
Production Number 096
Season 4
Stardate 19-Jan-2155
Original Airdate 5/6/2005

Story
Teleplay Manny Coto
Director LeVar Burton

Synopsis
On Earth for a historic Starfleet conference to ratify the Coalition of Planets, Archer and the crew uncover a plot by a radical xenophobic group of humans called Terra Prime, led by Paxton, who want to put an end to the increasing number and influence of aliens on Earth. Meanwhile, although T’Pol contends she has never been pregnant, she and Trip learn that Terra Prime has information about their child. Later, a female reporter from Travis’ past pursues him for a story.

Guest Cast
Peter Weller (John Frederick Paxton)
Harry Groener (Minister Nathan Samuels)
Eric Pierpoint (Harris)
Peter Mensah (Daniel Greaves)
Patrick Fischler (Dr. Mercer)
Adam Clark (Josiah)
Steven Rankin (Colonel Green)
Johanna Watts (Gannet Brooks)
Tom Bergeron (Coridan Ambassador)
Christine Romeo (Susan Khouri)

Notes
Part 1 of 2.
Harry Groener previously appeared as Tam Elbrun in the TNG episode “Tin Man”.
Colonel Green, seen in video footage here, was originally introduced in the Original Series episode “The Savage Curtain”.

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“Terra Prime”

Episode Number 97
T’Pol and Tucker grieve for their baby
Production Number 097
Season 4
Stardate
Original Airdate 5/13/2005

Story Judith Reeves-Stevens & Garfield Reeves-Stevens and André Bormanis
Teleplay Judith Reeves-Stevens & Garfield Reeves-Stevens and Manny Coto
Director Marvin V. Rush

Synopsis
In the first steps towards the foundation of the Federation, Captain Archer and the crew must stop Paxton, a well-armed, radical human isolationist leader, who is threatening to destroy Starfleet Command unless all aliens leave Earth immediately.

Guest Cast
Peter Weller (John Frederick Paxton)
Harry Groener (Minister Nathan Samuels)
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
Eric Pierpoint (Harris)
Adam Clark (Josiah)
Peter Mensah (Daniel Greaves)
Johanna Watts (Gannet Brooks)
Derek Magyar (Commander Kelby)
Joel Swetow (Thoris)
Josh Holt (Ensign Masaro)
Amy Rohren (Tactical Officer)

Notes
Part 2 of 2. May 13, 2005 – 8:00 PM, followed by Series Finale at 9:00 PM.
Mayweather finds that his former girlfriend Gannet Brooks works for Starfleet Intelligence.
T’Pol and Tucker’s baby girl, named Elizabeth after Tucker’s sister, was created from DNA stolen from Enterprise by Ensign Masaro. The baby died shortly after due to faulty cloning by Dr. Mercer.

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“These Are The Voyages…”

Episode Number 98
Archer prepares to give his speech
Production Number 098
Season 4
Stardate 47457.1
Original Airdate 5/13/2005

Story
Teleplay Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Director Allan Kroeker

Synopsis
Six years in the future, an emotional Captain Archer and the crew return to Earth to face the decommissioning of Enterprise and signing of the Federation charter, ratifying the newly-formed alliance of planets they helped forge.

Starring
Scott Bakula (Captain Jonathan Archer)
Jolene Blalock (Sub-Commander T’Pol)
John Billingsley (Doctor Phlox)
Linda Park (Ensign Hoshi Sato)
Anthony Montgomery (Ensign Travis Mayweather)
Dominic Keating (Lieutenant Malcolm Reed)
Connor Trinneer (Commander Charles ‘Trip’ Tucker III)

Guest Cast
Marina Sirtis (Lt. Cmdr. Deanna Troi)
Jonathan Frakes (Commander William Riker)
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Jonathan Schmock (Alien)
Solomon Burke Jr. (Ensign)
Jef Ayres (Med Tech)
Jasmine Anthony (Talla)
Majel Barrett (Enterprise-D Computer Voice)
E. Michael Fincke (Engineer)
Brent Spiner (Voice of Lt. Commander Data)

Notes
Series Finale.
This episode is a holographic simulation run by Riker during The Pegasus mission aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D. It contains many references to previous Star Trek people and events. 71 people died on the Pegasus.
Brent Spiner provides his voice as Data in a communication to Troi.
Shran married Jhamel and they had a daughter, Talla. Jhamel is an Aenar (from “The Aenar”).
The episode ends with a nice montage of Picard, Kirk and then Archer reciting the “Space, the final frontier…” monologue.
Allan Kroeker also directed the DS9 finale “What You Leave Behind” and the Voyager finale “Endgame”.
Jonathan Frakes has appeared in all four Star Trek series since The Next Generation; as Will Riker in this episode and in Voyager’s “Death Wish”, and as Tom Riker in DS9’s “Defiant”. Marina Sirtis never appeared on DS9, but did appear in 3 episodes of Voyager as Troi.
Rick Berman and Brannon Braga originally wrote this episode for the Season 3 finale when it looked like Paramount wasn’t going to renew the show for a 4th season.
Unlike the series finales for the other Trek spin-offs, this episode is only 1 hour long.

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