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Star Trek: Enterprise (2001-2005)

Episode:201
Shockwave Part II

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As a group of Suliban take over Enterprise, Captain Archer tries to return to the 22nd century.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate:
Air Date: 09/18/02
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
A great ending to a great storyline.

Episode:202
Carbon Creek

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Sub-Commander T'Pol relates the tale of a Vulcan crew stranded on Earth in the 1950s.

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Air Date: 09/25/02
Director: James A. Contner

Jack's Review
Easily one of Trek's finest. I love that it was done in the manner of T'Pol telling Tucker and Archer the story over dinner with a level of ambiguity at the end. The story itself is fun and heart warming.

Episode:203
Minefield

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Enterprise snags a cloaked mine and Lieutenant Reed and Captain Archer race to disable it during first contact with the Romulan Star Empire.

Features: The Romulans
Stardate:
Air Date: 10/02/02
Director: James A. Contner

Jack's Review
I wanted to rate this one higher but this one has one of the biggest writing flaws in the series....why didn't they use the transporter to beam reed away from the hull plate? The Romulan ship was a terrific surprise and the acting is terrific.

Episode:204
Dead Stop

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Heavily damaged by the Romulan mine, Enterprise is repaired by an unmanned and automated sentient alien repair station.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 10/09/02
Director: Roxann Dawson

Jack's Review
A crazy episode that, even though the twist was easy to spot, played out in a very fun direction.

Episode:205
A Night In Sickbay

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The Captain's beagle, Porthos, becomes ill from an alien pathogen, and Captain Archer frets in Sickbay waiting for him to recover.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 10/16/02
Director: David Straiton

Jack's Review
Heartwarming and hilarious from start to finish. Love that the Kreetassans are back and as easily offended as before. This one had me laughing and crying at the same time.

Episode:206
Marauders

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Captain Archer barters for deuterium from a mining colony plagued by Klingon marauders, who are seeking deuterium as well.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate:
Air Date: 10/30/02
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
This one was a lot of fun too. It was basically a western in the sci-fi genre, which I always like.

Episode:207
The Seventh

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Sub-Commander T'Pol is reactivated as a Vulcan intelligence agent, reawakening a dark secret from her past.

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Air Date: 11/06/02
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
A good episode with a couple of flubs in the writing and continuity...still a pretty good story and well acted.

Episode:208
The Communicator

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After an away mission, Lieutenant Reed discovers that his communicator was lost on a pre-warp planet; he and Captain Archer are then captured trying to retrieve it.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 11/13/02
Director: James A. Contner

Jack's Review
This one felt like an episode of TOS which is a huge compliment.

Episode:209
Singularity

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Enterprise charts a course through a trinary star system to investigate a black hole, and the crew find themselves suffering from a condition similar to OCD.

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Air Date: 11/20/02
Director: Patrick Norris

Jack's Review
Awesome premise and a great display of the cast's acting ability.

Episode:210
Vanishing Point

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After her first trip through the transporter, Ensign Sato finds herself becoming incorporeal, with the crew believing she has perished.

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Air Date: 11/27/02
Director: David Straiton

Jack's Review
I have seen stories like this one before - Lt Barklay, for instance....but the twist at the end of this one had me reeling. Very well done with a lot of heartwarming moments.

Episode:211
Precious Cargo

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While answering a distress call, Commander Tucker is kidnapped along with a demanding alien princess.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 12/11/02
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
This one is probably one of the more fun episodes. I love Trip, so this one featuring him makes it a favorite.

Episode:212
The Catwalk

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The Enterprise crew takes refuge inside one of the warp nacelles to avoid an inescapable radiation belt.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 12/18/02
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
This is a great episode - with one flaw I spotted instantly. Point the nose of the ship perpendicular to the storm and mash the gas pedal. I realize that the wave probably extended many light years in every direction but the effect clearly showed a wave that could be dodged. Still - I really enjoyed the story.

Episode:213
Dawn

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Commander Tucker is fired upon by an Arkonian ship and is then stranded on a planet with his attacker.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 01/08/03
Director: Roxann Dawson

Jack's Review
Connor Trinneer started off a tad rough as Trip but settles in to become one of the best Trek characters around. This Enemy Mine style episode has a lot to love all around.

Episode:214
Stigma

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Sub-Commander T'Pol learns she has Pa'nar Syndrome, contracted from her mind meld in Fusion, and faces being ostracized by Vulcan society.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 02/05/03
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
I love the way they are showing a totally different side of the Vulcan race....to be explained in season 4.

Episode:215
Cease Fire

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Captain Archer negotiates a cease fire between the Andorians and the Vulcans.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 02/12/03
Director: David Straiton

Jack's Review
Another terrific episode that features the amazing Jeffrey Combs again as Commander Shran.

Episode:216
Future Tense

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Enterprise finds a derelict ship, only to be attacked by both Suliban and Tholian ships.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate:
Air Date: 02/19/03
Director: James Whitmore| Jr.

Jack's Review
Some absolutely mind blowing effects in this one. Another amazing story expertly directed and acted.

Episode:217
Canamar

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Mistaken as smugglers, Captain Archer and Commander Tucker find themselves on a prisoner transport ship.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 02/26/03
Director: James Whitmore| Jr.

Jack's Review
Called the "Con-Air" episode, this one is a ton of fun from start to finish. I love Mark Rolston - terrific actor.

Episode:218
The Crossing

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Incorporeal aliens attempt to take over Enterprise.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 04/02/03
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
This one was awesome. I love Archer's solution at the end too - basically, without a prime directive, he just says "FU" to the aliens.

Episode:219
Judgment

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Captain Archer is arrested and imprisoned by the Klingons for allegedly conspiring against the Empire.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate:
Air Date: 04/09/03
Director: James L. Conway

Jack's Review
I love J.G. Hertzler - only one man plays a Klingon better. While very rarely are courtroom dramas something I enjoy, this one was a lot of fun.

Episode:220
Horizon

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After the death of his father, Ensign Mayweather visits his family on their cargo ship and begins to reconsider his place aboard Enterprise.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 04/16/03
Director: James A. Contner

Jack's Review
This added some much needed depth to Mayweather's character. Anthony Montgomery took the longest to really feel out his character and from this episode on he feels more centered as an actor.

Episode:221
The Breach

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Due to the demands of a militant faction, Enterprise is asked to retrieve Denobulan geologists from an alien cave.

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Air Date: 04/23/03
Director: Robert Duncan McNeill

Jack's Review
Another fun episode with some interesting notes on prejudice and it's effects over time.

Episode:222
Cogenitor

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Enterprise encounters the Vissians and Commander Tucker finds himself troubled by the fact the Vissians are a three-sexed species.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 04/30/03
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
I am going to have a hard time reviewing this one. Trip's actions were totally out of line. Fortunately the character grows from the experience. He has a big heart and wearing it on his sleeve winds up getting him chewed out in one of the most powerful scenes in all of Trek. I do not, however, believe that a senior officer of Trip's status would do what he did. This is a polarizing episode that shows off why we need Star Trek on television. A show that helps us question our own thinking and displays a moral center we should all adopt is TV worth watching.

Episode:223
Regeneration

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A group of Borg (from Star Trek: First Contact) are revived after a century frozen in the Arctic ice.

Features: The Borg
Stardate:
Air Date: 05/07/03
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Easily one of Trek's best episodes. The sense of peril is very real. The action is fast paced and tense. The acting and direction is spot-on perfect. This episode should be included on the First Contact Blu-Ray disc.

Episode:224
First Flight

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Upon the death of a close friend, Captain Archer tells Sub-Commander T'Pol about his early career as an experimental warp engine pilot.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 05/14/03
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
A sadly heart warming tale with a very emotional ending. I would love to have seen Keith Carradine on the show prior to this episode about his death.

Episode:225
Bounty

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A Tellarite captures Captain Archer in order to collect a reward from the Klingons who have been searching for him since the events of Judgment.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate:
Air Date: 05/14/03
Director: Roxann Dawson

Jack's Review
I love that Archer is wanted by the Klingons - it makes every encounter with them more tense.

Episode:226
The Expanse

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After an alien attack on Earth, Enterprise is refitted before being sent into the Delphic Expanse. Sub-Commander T'Pol resigns her commission with the Vulcan High Command, and Commander Tucker is troubled by the death of his sister.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate:
Air Date: 05/21/03
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
A HUGE finish to season two that really gears up for the upcoming season-long story arc about the Xindi.

 
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