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Star Trek: Enterprise (2001-2005)

Episode:301
The Xindi

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Captain Archer and Lieutenant Reed visit a mining facility in order to track down a Xindi.

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Air Date: 09/10/03
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
This one was pretty cool. Archer's intensity increased dramatically since the attack on Earth and watching Bakula evolve the character is fascinating. The mining boss is perfectly played - disgusting and creepy.

Episode:302
Anomaly

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The crew of Enterprise encounters the rigours of the Delphic Expanse first-hand, and deal with pirates operating from a giant cloaked alien sphere.

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Air Date: 09/17/03
Director: David Straiton

Jack's Review
Another terrific one. The spheres make up something very cool within this story arc.

Episode:303
Extinction

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While pursuing the Xindi, three crew members are exposed to an alien virus and begin to mutate into Loque'eque, a long-dead alien race.

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Air Date: 09/24/03
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
While very well acted, this story is sub-par. I classify this one with Voyager's much maligned "Threshold". I was going to give is a 2....but the ending moral dilemma garners the extra half point.

Episode:304
Rajiin

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A slave girl Archer rescues from an alien bazaar seeks refuge aboard Enterprise but betrays the crew instead.

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Air Date: 10/01/03
Director: Mike Vejar

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This one is good overall - but I find it hard to believe that Archer would have trusted the girl at all considering the scope of his mission.

Episode:305
Impulse

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Enterprise encounters a Vulcan ship whose crew has become unstable due to Trellium-D exposure. Sub-Commander T'Pol soon begins to exhibit the same symptoms.

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Air Date: 10/08/03
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Zombie Vulcans! Excellent creepy atmosphere in this one and I love the eventual aftermath of this episode on T'Pol and Archer.

Episode:306
Exile

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A Beauty and the Beast-like tale involving Ensign Sato encountering a potentially helpful telepathic on a deserted world.

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Air Date: 10/15/03
Director: Roxann Dawson

Jack's Review
Easily my least favorite episode of the show. It seems like the writers couldn't figure out a way to get Archer the info he needed on the Xindi, so they came up with a cheat to advance the show. Still well acted and directed.

Episode:307
The Shipment

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Captain Archer learns of kemocite, a key element in a new weapon being built to destroy Earth, and seeks to follow its supply to the superweapon.

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Air Date: 10/29/03
Director: David Straiton

Jack's Review
Terrific episode with plenty of suspense and intrigue. It was a shocker to find that the Xindi are not all evil.

Episode:308
Twilight

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A parasite causes Captain Archer to lose his short-term memory, and he (with the help of T'Pol and Doctor Phlox) seeks a way to change the past.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate:
Air Date: 11/05/03
Director: Robert Duncan McNeill

Jack's Review
A damned fine story with a brain-wrecking timeline twist. Still, I have said before, Trek does time travel better than any show in history...and this one is a lot of fun.

Episode:309
North Star

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Investigating a planet found to be inhabited by humans, the crew find a town resembling the American Old West.

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Air Date: 11/12/03
Director: David Straiton

Jack's Review
I love it when Star Trek mixes in with other genres. This one, an old west story, has some great back story and a plausible reason for the stagnation of the western culture. Excellent.

Episode:310
Similitude

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Commander Tucker becomes comatose after an accident, and a rapid-growing clone is created for the purpose of harvesting brain tissue.

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Air Date: 11/19/03
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
I thought I was going to hate this one. I thought for sure that they were going to...well, I won't spoil it for you. This one turned out to be one of the most heartfelt episodes so far. Connor Trinneer knocks it out of the park.

Episode:311
Carpenter Street

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With the help of Temporal Agent Daniels, Captain Archer and Sub-Commander T'Pol go back to 2004 Detroit to stop a group of Reptilians releasing a biological weapon

Features: Time Travel
Stardate:
Air Date: 11/26/03
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
Okay - a time travel episode that stars Leland Orser and Jeffrey Dean Morgan? I am totally on board. Creepy. Fun. Hilarious at times. The drive-thru scene is worth the price of admission.

Episode:312
Chosen Realm

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Religious zealots seek to execute Captain Archer, for supposed acts of sphere desecration, after hijacking Enterprise.

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Air Date: 01/14/04
Director: Roxann Dawson

Jack's Review
This one is well acted with a terrific story. So why only three and a half? I hate it when someone takes over a starfleet vessel. It makes me gnash my teeth. And while the outcome is good, until then, I was seething at the blindly religious fools....

Episode:313
Proving Ground

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Xindi scientists test their new, planet-killing weapon in an asteroid field as Captain Archer is suddenly assisted by Andorians in the Delphic Expanse.

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Air Date: 01/21/04
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Yet another terrific Xindi mission story that stars a personal favorite - Commander Shran. Great stuff.

Episode:314
Stratagem

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A Xindi scientist, Degra, is tricked into giving Captain Archer information about the location of the new superweapon.

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Air Date: 02/04/04
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
Oh man this one is crazy. I loved the whole charade they put together to trick Degra.

Episode:315
Harbinger

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Enterprise encounters a dying alien, one of the Sphere Builders, for the first time.

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Air Date: 02/11/04
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
This one felt disconnected from the Xindi storyline....but eventually ties in perfectly. I just think it was a bit drawn out.

Episode:316
Doctor's Orders

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As Enterprise passes through a trans-dimensional disturbance, the crew is put into hibernation, leaving Doctor Phlox in control of the ship.

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Air Date: 02/18/04
Director: Roxann Dawson

Jack's Review
Gorgeous episode that features John Billingsly's acting prowess very well. I very fun episode from start to finish.

Episode:317
Hatchery

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Captain Archer becomes overly protective of an Insectoid hatchery, to the point of endangering their mission.

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Air Date: 02/25/04
Director: Michael Grossman

Jack's Review
This one actually blew me away. Nice twist. Superb acting. However, it never comes back into play with the Xindi.

Episode:318
Azati Prime

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Finding the superweapon on Azati Prime, Captain Archer embarks on a suicide mission to destroy it, and Enterprise suffers a devastating attack by the Xindi.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate:
Air Date: 03/03/04
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
Here we go. An entire season-long storyline is finally coming to a head. Just a terrific overall performance by everyone in the cast.

Episode:319
Damage

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Enterprise, now heavily damaged, seeks a warp coil from an alien vessel but is forced to steal it.

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Air Date: 04/21/04
Director: James L. Conway

Jack's Review
Wow....this one shocked me. I actually hoped they would return the warp coil after they get a replacement. Nice to see Casey Biggs in a Trek role again.

Episode:320
The Forgotten

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Captain Archer deals with the loss of 18 crew members and continues negotiations with two of the five Xindi species.

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Air Date: 04/28/04
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
Here we see repercussions of "Impulse" start to come into play. A terrific advance in the storyline.

Episode:321
E2(squared)

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The Enterprise crew meet their own descendants from an alternate timeline in the past.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate:
Air Date: 05/05/04
Director: Roxann Dawson

Jack's Review
This one was strange....if Enterprise makes it through the subspace corridor then wouldn't the second ship vanish from the timeline instantly? Oh well....still a fun episode.

Episode:322
The Council

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Captain Archer speaks at the Xindi Council, sparking a civil war for control of the superweapon.

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Air Date: 05/12/04
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Finally! The meeting we have been waiting for! Another great advancement in the story.

Episode:323
Countdown

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Captain Archer seeks the support of the Aquatics in order to tip the war in their favor.

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Air Date: 05/19/04
Director: Robert Duncan McNeill

Jack's Review
These last few episodes really feel like a movie broken into chunks. Love this story arc.

Episode:324
Zero Hour

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The final showdown with the Reptilians and their Guardian allies occurs.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate:
Air Date: 05/26/04
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
The Xindi movie continues with a final showdown. Awesome episode.

 
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