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"Broken Bow"

 
Episode Number1 & 2 Enterprise NX-01 in orbit of Qo'noS
 Enterprise NX-01 in orbit of Qo'noS
Production Number001 & 002 
Season
Stardate16-Apr-2151 
Original Airdate9/26/2001 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorJames 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.
 

 

"Fight or Flight"

 
Episode Number3 Hoshi discusses her situation with Phlox
 Hoshi discusses her situation with Phlox
Production Number003 
Season
Stardate06-May-2151 
Original Airdate10/3/2001 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorAllan 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.
 

 

"Strange New World"

 
Episode Number4 The crew poses for a photo on the Minshara-class planet
 The crew poses for a photo on the Minshara-class planet
Production Number004 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/10/2001 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayMike Sussman & Phyllis Strong 
DirectorDavid 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.
 

 

"Unexpected"

 
Episode Number5 Ah'len scans Trip's growing embryo
 Ah'len scans Trip's growing embryo
Production Number005 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/17/2001 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorMike 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").
 

 

"Terra Nova"

 
Episode Number6 The crew searches for the missing colonists
 The crew searches for the missing colonists
Production Number006 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/24/2001 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorLeVar 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.
 

 

"The Andorian Incident"

 
Episode Number7 Archer proves Shran was correct about P'Jem
 Archer proves Shran was correct about P'Jem
Production Number007 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/31/2001 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga and Fred Dekker 
TeleplayFred Dekker 
DirectorRoxann 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.
 

 

"Breaking the Ice"

 
Episode Number8 T'Pol asks Trip for his advice
 T'Pol asks Trip for his advice
Production Number008 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/7/2001 
 
Story 
TeleplayMaria Jacquemetton & André Jacquemetton 
DirectorTerry 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.
 

 

"Civilization"

 
Episode Number9 Archer and T'Pol visit Akaali apothecary Riann
 Archer and T'Pol visit Akaali apothecary Riann
Production Number009 
Season
Stardate31-Jul-2151 
Original Airdate11/14/2001 
 
Story 
TeleplayPhyllis Strong & Mike Sussman 
DirectorMike 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.
 

 

"Fortunate Son"

 
Episode Number10 Ryan's visit stirs up feelings of guilt in Travis
 Ryan's visit stirs up feelings of guilt in Travis
Production Number010 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/21/2001 
 
Story 
TeleplayJames Duff 
DirectorLeVar 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.
 

 

"Cold Front"

 
Episode Number11 Daniels shows Archer the temporal monitoring device
 Daniels shows Archer the temporal monitoring device
Production Number011 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/28/2001 
 
Story 
TeleplayStephen Beck & Tim Finch 
DirectorRobert 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.
 

 

"Silent Enemy"

 
Episode Number12 The crew celebrates victory and Reed's birthday
 The crew celebrates victory and Reed's birthday
Production Number012 
Season
Stardate01-Sep-2151 
Original Airdate1/16/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayAndré Bormanis 
DirectorWinrich 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.
 

 

"Dear Doctor"

 
Episode Number13 Dr. Phlox and Crewman Cutler
 Dr. Phlox and Crewman Cutler
Production Number013 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate1/23/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayMaria Jacquemetton & André Jacquemetton 
DirectorJames 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.
 

 

"Sleeping Dogs"

 
Episode Number14 Hoshi translates the Klingon computer panels
 Hoshi translates the Klingon computer panels
Production Number014 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate1/30/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayFred Dekker 
DirectorLes 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.
 

 

"Shadows of P'Jem"

 
Episode Number15 Shran repays his debt to Archer and T'Pol
 Shran repays his debt to Archer and T'Pol
Production Number015 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate2/6/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayMike Sussman & Phyllis Strong 
DirectorMike 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").
 

 

"Shuttlepod One"

 
Episode Number16 Tucker and Reed wait for rescue
 Tucker and Reed wait for rescue
Production Number016 
Season
Stardate09-Nov-2151 
Original Airdate2/13/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorDavid 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."
 

 

"Fusion"

 
Episode Number17 Tolaris mind melds with T'Pol
 Tolaris mind melds with T'Pol
Production Number017 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate2/27/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayPhyllis Strong & Mike Sussman 
DirectorRob 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.
 

 

"Rogue Planet"

 
Episode Number18 A wraith appears to Archer
 A wraith appears to Archer
Production Number018 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate3/20/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga & Chris Black 
TeleplayChris Black 
DirectorAllan 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.
 

 

"Acquisition"

 
Episode Number19 Trip leads the Ferengi to the 'gold vault'
 Trip leads the Ferengi to the 'gold vault'
Production Number019 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate3/27/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayMaria Jacquemetton & André Jacquemetton 
DirectorJames 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.
 

 

"Oasis"

 
Episode Number20 Tucker and T'Pol encounter ghosts
 Tucker and T'Pol encounter ghosts
Production Number020 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate4/3/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga & Stephen Beck 
TeleplayStephen Beck 
DirectorJim 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.
 

 

"Detained"

 
Episode Number21 Archer and Mayweather plan an escape
 Archer and Mayweather plan an escape
Production Number021 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate4/24/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayMike Sussman & Phyllis Strong 
DirectorDavid 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.
 

 

"Vox Sola"

 
Episode Number22 An alien organism captures Tucker
 An alien organism captures Tucker
Production Number022 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate5/1/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga and Fred Dekker 
TeleplayFred Dekker 
DirectorRoxann 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.
 

 

"Fallen Hero"

 
Episode Number23 T'Pol meets Ambassador V'Lar
 T'Pol meets Ambassador V'Lar
Production Number023 
Season
Stardate09-Feb-2152 
Original Airdate5/8/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga and Chris Black 
TeleplayAlan Cross 
DirectorPatrick 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".
 

 

"Desert Crossing"

 
Episode Number24 Archer and Trip make their way through the desert
 Archer and Trip make their way through the desert
Production Number024 
Season
Stardate12-Feb-2152 
Original Airdate5/8/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga & André Bormanis 
TeleplayAndré Bormanis 
DirectorDavid 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.
 

 

"Two Days and Two Nights"

 
Episode Number25 Archer and Porthos relax on Risa
 Archer and Porthos relax on Risa
Production Number025 
Season
Stardate18-Feb-2152 
Original Airdate5/15/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayChris Black 
DirectorMichael 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.
 

 

"Shockwave, Part I"

 
Episode Number26 Captain Archer and Daniels stand in the ruins
 Captain Archer and Daniels stand in the ruins
Production Number026 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate5/22/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorAllan 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".
 

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