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Star Trek: Enterprise (2001-2005)

Episode:401
Storm Front Part I

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After destroying the Xindi weapon, Enterprise finds itself in the 20th century during World War II with Nazis in control of the North Eastern USA.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate:
Air Date: 10/08/04
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
What a facepalm moment! Enterprise saves the world! Time for some R&R? Nope! Space Nazis!

Episode:402
Storm Front Part II

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Archer joins Silik to stop the alien Nazis, restore the timeline and end the Temporal Cold War.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate:
Air Date: 10/15/04
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
When the crew realizes the captain is alive...yeah, I got the tears in the eyes. Terrific episode but a rather useless end to Silik.

Episode:403
Home

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Enterprise is welcomed home after saving Earth and the crew takes a much needed vacation. Tucker and T'Pol visit Vulcan where T'Pol must consider marriage to Koss. Erika Hernandez becomes captain of the Columbia and renews her acquaintance with Archer. Phlox encounters prejudice on Earth.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 10/22/04
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
Terrific episode! I love these kind of down time episodes. Watching Archer confront his demons and some PTSD really shows off what Scott Bakula can do with a good script.

Episode:404
Borderland

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Dr. Arik Soong restores his relationship with his genetically-enhanced children, Augments.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate:
Air Date: 10/29/04
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
This one is good overall but the augment part of the story on this episode feels disjointed.

Episode:405
Cold Station 12

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A space station crew is held hostage as Dr. Arik Soong and his Augments work to obtain hundreds of Augment embryos in hopes of creating an Augment population.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 11/05/04
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
Awesome episode. I love the Khan-like tendencies that Malik shows in this episode.

Episode:406
The Augments

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Dr. Arik Soong finds himself overthrown as father of the Augments and Archer rushes to prevent the destruction of a Klingon colony. As a result of his dashed hopes of enhancing humans, Soong turns in a new direction of research.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate:
Air Date: 11/12/04
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
A cool end to this three-part story. Love the end with Dr. Soong talking about robotics.

Episode:407
The Forge

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Earth's embassy on Vulcan is partially destroyed by a bomb, killing Admiral Forrest. Archer and T'Pol travel to Vulcan in search of an alleged terrorist group blamed for the explosion, of which T'Pol's mother is a member.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 11/19/04
Director: Michael Grossman

Jack's Review
A strange feeling episode that has some pretty cool ramifications. I saw a blooper where the dying Vulcan moans "rosebud" at Scott Bakula causing everyone to crack ujp - I don't think I will watch this one the same way again after seeing that.

Episode:408
Awakening

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Archer and T'Pol find T'Pau and T'Pol's mother and learn that Archer is carrying Surak's katra.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 11/26/04
Director: Roxann Dawson

Jack's Review
Now that I see where this story is headed, I love it. So, the Vulcans in Enterprise start out as space-jerks and are now headed back to their roots. Well done!

Episode:409
Kir'Shara

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Archer and T'Pol bring back the Kir'Shara (Surak's artifact) that will lead to vast changes in the Vulcan world. T'Pol's Pa'nar Syndrome is cured by T'Pau.

Features: The Romulans
Stardate:
Air Date: 12/03/04
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
A great ending to a worthwhile storyline!

Episode:410
Daedalus

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Dr. Emory Erickson, inventor of the transporter, conducts a long-range experiment in order to recover his lost son.

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Air Date: 01/14/05
Director: David Straiton

Jack's Review
This one shows that they all can't be winners. A very poorly written and oddly directed episode that feels like large parts were cut for some reason.

Episode:411
Observer Effect

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Organians test the Enterprise crew by observing their reactions to a deadly silicon-based infection.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 01/21/05
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
A very well done episode. Love the discussions between the two Organians when they are inhabiting Reed and Mayweather.

Episode:412
Babel One

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Andorians threaten war on the Tellarites after apparently being attacked by a Tellarite vessel en route to trade talks.

Features: The Romulans
Stardate:
Air Date: 01/28/05
Director: David Straiton

Jack's Review
Hilarious beginning that takes a pretty cool turn. Terrific precursor to TOS's "Journey to Babel".

Episode:413
United

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Archer and Shran engage in mortal combat as Archer tries to unite the Andorians and Tellarites who are being set at each other's throats by a remote-controlled Romulan vessel.

Features: The Romulans
Stardate:
Air Date: 02/04/05
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Another awesome episode. I love that season 4 has a lot of multi-part stories....it's just sad because I know they did this because the show was ending.

Episode:414
The Aenar

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The drone Romulan ship that attacked the Andorians is under the control of an Aenar, an offshoot race of the Andorians. Archer and Shran join forces to rescue the Aenar and stop the Romulan plot.

Features: The Romulans
Stardate:
Air Date: 02/11/05
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
Cool episode with some neat Andorian backstory and a look at their icy homeworld.

Episode:415
Affliction

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Phlox is kidnapped by the Klingons who are seeking to cure a disease caused by an attempt to create Klingon/Augment hybrids. T'Pol's mental abilities grow after she conducts her first mind meld.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate:
Air Date: 02/18/05
Director: Michael Grossman

Jack's Review
A great episode that starts the tale of how Klingons lose their cranial ridges.

Episode:416
Divergence

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With the Columbia's help, the Enterprise crew grapples with sabotage to their ship as they pursue the truth behind the kidnapping of Phlox. The disease is cured, but genetic mutations will make many Klingons appear human-like for generations to come.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate:
Air Date: 02/25/05
Director: David Barrett

Jack's Review
Another awesome episode that shows off the storytelling abilities of the writing staff and the acting of the whole cast.

Episode:417
Bound

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As a gift for negotiating with the Orion Syndicate, Archer receives three Orion Slave Girls, but these gifts have their own agenda. Meanwhile, Trip and T'Pol come to terms with the psychic bond that has been created between them.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 04/15/05
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
While fun overall, this episode is a bit annoying. The Orion girls were fun at first but eventually turn silly. I love that Trip is the only one that isn't affected.

Episode:418
In a Mirror, Darkly, Part I

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In the Mirror Universe, Commander Archer mutinies against Captain Forrest in order to capture a future Earth ship found in Tholian space.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 04/22/05
Director: James L. Conway

Jack's Review
A terrific episode that gives us Trekkies some reasons to geek all over the place. Tholians. Gorn. A TOS era ship down to every detail. Awesome.

Episode:419
In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II

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In the Mirror Universe, Archer commandeers the 23rd-century Defiant from the Tholians and uses it in a nefarious power grab.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 04/29/05
Director: Marvin V. Rush

Jack's Review
My only gripes? Hunting the Gorn takes too long and the design of the Gorn....why change it at all? Still a killer episode.

Episode:420
Demons

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A xenophobic faction of humanity threatens to undermine talks to form a new coalition of planets.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 05/06/05
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
This feels like a very classic Trek story. Love seeing Peter Weller in this role. He has really honed his acting skills over the years.

Episode:421
Terra Prime

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A human isolationist leader threatens to destroy Starfleet Command unless all aliens leave Earth immediately. His bargaining tool: a baby cloned from DNA belonging to Trip and T'Pol.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 05/13/05
Director: Marvin V. Rush

Jack's Review
A great end to this two-parter. The scene with Trip and T'Pol at the end actually brought me to tears - so hats off to Connor Trinneer for becoming a legitimate acting force on this show.

Episode:422
These Are the Voyages...

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Two centuries in the future, two crew members of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) (Commander William Riker and Counselor Deanna Troi) observe a holodeck creation of the final voyage of the NX-01 in 2161 (six years after the events of Terra Prime) as it returns to Earth for decommissioning and the signing of the United Federation of Planets charter.

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Stardate:
Air Date: 05/13/05
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
Well, here we go. I really like this episode overall. There are a few things I have to point out as negatives. Shoehorning a TNG story into Enterprise felt like a slap in the face to a terrific series. They deserved an unfettered end story. Troi spilling the beans on the upcoming death in the episode is a storytelling faux pas. Ending the show without hearing Archer's speech shows some disdain for the character. The aftermath of the death seems downplayed. The rescue mission felt forced even if it was pretty cool. The wink....I read up on the aftermath and I like where the novels after Enterprise took the character in question - but the death was rather pointless without giving viewers a notion - other than inferring what the wink meant - of the character's actual fate. Still a great episode with some great acting.

 
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