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"Shockwave, Part II"

 
Episode Number27 Daniels and Archer work to build a communicator
 Daniels and Archer work to build a communicator
Production Number027 
Season
Stardate2152 
Original Airdate9/18/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorAllan 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 itís a device to communicate with his future contact, but the device transfers Archer back.
 

 

"Carbon Creek"

 
Episode Number28 T'Mir and Mestral in human disguise
 T'Mir and Mestral in human disguise
Production Number028 
Season
Stardate01-Apr-2152 
Original Airdate9/25/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga & Dan O'Shannon 
TeleplayChris Black 
DirectorJames 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".
 

 

"Minefield"

 
Episode Number29 Archer tends to Reed, pinned by a mine
 Archer tends to Reed, pinned by a mine
Production Number029 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/2/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayJohn Shiban 
DirectorJames 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.
 

 

"Dead Stop"

 
Episode Number30 Trip, Archer and T'Pol examine the station repair plan
 Trip, Archer and T'Pol examine the station repair plan
Production Number030 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/9/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayMike Sussman & Phyllis Strong 
DirectorRoxann 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.
 

 

"A Night in Sickbay"

 
Episode Number31 Archer watches as Phlox cares for Porthos
 Archer watches as Phlox cares for Porthos
Production Number031 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/16/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorDavid 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.
 

 

"Marauders"

 
Episode Number32 The crew helps defend the colony from the Klingon raids
 The crew helps defend the colony from the Klingon raids
Production Number032 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/30/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayDavid Wilcox 
DirectorMike 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".
 

 

"The Seventh"

 
Episode Number33 Travis, Archer and T'Pol search for Menos
 Travis, Archer and T'Pol search for Menos
Production Number033 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/6/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorDavid 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.
 

 

"The Communicator"

 
Episode Number34 Reed and Archer are captured
 Reed and Archer are captured
Production Number034 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/13/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayAndré Bormanis 
DirectorJames 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".
 

 

"Singularity"

 
Episode Number35 Enterprise approaches the trinary star system
 Enterprise approaches the trinary star system
Production Number035 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/20/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayChris Black 
DirectorPatrick 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.
 

 

"Vanishing Point"

 
Episode Number36 Hoshi requests to use shuttles from now on
 Hoshi requests to use shuttles from now on
Production Number036 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/27/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorDavid 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".
 

 

"Precious Cargo"

 
Episode Number37 Trip tries to help Kaitamma
 Trip tries to help Kaitamma
Production Number037 
Season
Stardate12-Sep-2152 
Original Airdate12/11/2002 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayDavid A. Goodman 
DirectorDavid 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.
 

 

"The Catwalk"

 
Episode Number38 The crew passes time in the nacelle catwalk
 The crew passes time in the nacelle catwalk
Production Number038 
Season
Stardate18-Sep-2152 
Original Airdate12/18/2002 
 
Story 
TeleplayMike Sussman & Phyllis Strong 
DirectorMike 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
 

 

"Dawn"

 
Episode Number39 Tucker and Zho'Kaan wait for rescue
 Tucker and Zho'Kaan wait for rescue
Production Number039 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate1/8/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayJohn Shiban 
DirectorRoxann 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
 

 

"Stigma"

 
Episode Number40 T'Pol's discloses her illness to Archer
 T'Pol's discloses her illness to Archer
Production Number040 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate2/5/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorDavid 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.
 

 

"Cease Fire"

 
Episode Number41 Shran and Archer
 Shran and Archer
Production Number041 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate2/12/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayChris Black 
DirectorDavid 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
 

 

"Future Tense"

 
Episode Number42 Archer and T'Pol search Daniels' database
 Archer and T'Pol search Daniels' database
Production Number042 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate2/19/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayMike Sussman & Phyllis Strong 
DirectorJames 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
 

 

"Canamar"

 
Episode Number43 Archer and Tucker en route to Canamar
 Archer and Tucker en route to Canamar
Production Number043 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate2/26/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayJohn Shiban 
DirectorAllan 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
 

 

"The Crossing"

 
Episode Number44 Phlox monitors T'Pol after an alien invades her
 Phlox monitors T'Pol after an alien invades her
Production Number044 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate4/2/2003 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga & André Bormanis 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorDavid 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.
 

 

"Judgment"

 
Episode Number45 Captain Archer stands trial on Narendra III
 Captain Archer stands trial on Narendra III
Production Number045 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate4/9/2003 
 
StoryTaylor Elmore & David A. Goodman 
TeleplayDavid A. Goodman 
DirectorJames 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.
 

 

"Horizon"

 
Episode Number46 The Horizon crew discusses the tactical situation
 The Horizon crew discusses the tactical situation
Production Number046 
Season
Stardate10-Jan-2153 
Original Airdate4/16/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayAndré Bormanis 
DirectorJames 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.
 

 

"The Breach"

 
Episode Number47 Phlox lets Hoshi pet his tribble
 Phlox lets Hoshi pet his tribble
Production Number047 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate4/23/2003 
 
StoryDaniel McCarthy 
TeleplayChris Black & John Shiban 
DirectorRobert 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").
 

 

"Cogenitor"

 
Episode Number48 Tucker and the cogenitor learn its fate
 Tucker and the cogenitor learn its fate
Production Number048 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate4/30/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorLeVar 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.
 

 

"Regeneration"

 
Episode Number49 The cybernetic beings board Enterprise
 The cybernetic beings board Enterprise
Production Number049 
Season
Stardate01-Mar-2153 
Original Airdate5/7/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayMike Sussman & Phyllis Strong 
DirectorDavid 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.
 

 

"First Flight"

 
Episode Number50 Forrest reprimands Robinson and Archer
 Forrest reprimands Robinson and Archer
Production Number050 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate5/14/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayJohn Shiban & Chris Black 
DirectorLeVar 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
 

 

"Bounty"

 
Episode Number51 Skalaar holds Archer captive
 Skalaar holds Archer captive
Production Number051 
Season
Stardate21-Mar-2153 
Original Airdate5/14/2003 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayHans Tobeason and Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong 
DirectorRoxann 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".
 

 

"The Expanse"

 
Episode Number52 Enterprise enters the Delphic Expanse
 Enterprise enters the Delphic Expanse
Production Number052 
Season
Stardate24-Apr-2153 
Original Airdate5/21/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorAllan 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).
 

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