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"The Xindi"

 
Episode Number53 Archer rescues the Xindi Kessick
 Archer rescues the Xindi Kessick
Production Number053 
Season
Stardate2153 
Original Airdate9/10/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorAllan Kroeker 
 
Synopsis
Six weeks into the Delphic Expanse, Captain Archer and his crew are still searching for clues regarding the mysterious Xindi. They're also adjusting to the newest members of the crew, a squad of Military Assault Command Operation soldiers (MACOs), led by Major Hayes. The crew learns of a Xindi working at a mining complex, and set out to track him down.
 
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
Richard Lineback (Kessick)
Stephen McHattie (Alien Foreman)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Marco Sanchez (Corporal Romero)
Daniel Dae Kim (Corporal Chang)
Nathan Anderson (Sergeant Kemper)
Steven Culp (Major Hayes)
Chris Freeman (Alien Head Guard)
Adam Taylor Gordon (Young Trip Tucker)
Erin Price (Elizabeth Tucker)
 
Notes
This is the first time a story line has spanned an entire season in a Star Trek series.
The facility is mining Trellium ore, which is used as insulation on starships in the Expanse.
In the Xindi Council, we see that there are five Xindi species: Primates, Arboreals, Reptiles, Insetoids, and Aquatics. The Insectiods and Aquatics are CGI characters.
Tarik Ergin played the Insectoid during filming and was replaced with CGI during post production. (He previously played the background character Ayala on Star Trek: Voyager.)
One of the storage bays has been converted into a new command center.
Since she resigned her commision, T'Pol now wears new bright jumpsuits instead of her Vulcan uniform.
Phlox requests that T'Pol begin Vulcan neurpopressure treatments with Tucker, who is having trouble sleeping since his sister died.
Kessik is fatally wounded during the escape, but he is able to give Phlox a set of coordinates. When Enterprise arrives, they find the planet has been destroyed.
The Enterprise main theme, "Faith of the Heart", has been remixed.
 

 

"Anomaly"

 
Episode Number54 Enterprise encounters a giant sphere
 Enterprise encounters a giant sphere
Production Number054 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate9/17/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayMike Sussman 
DirectorDavid Straiton 
 
Synopsis
As Enterprise ventures deeper into the Expanse, the ship is rocked by inexplicable, destructive spatial anomalies that distort the laws of physics. The anomalies take most of the ship's primary systems off-line, leaving Enterprise without weapons or warp capabilities, leaving them vulnerable to attacks by predatory aliens.
 
Guest Cast
Robert Rusler (Orgoth)
Nathan Anderson (Sergeant Kemper)
Julia Rose (Corporal McKenzie)
Sean McGowan (Corporal Hawkins)
Kenneth A. White (Engineering Crewman)
Ryan Honey (Guard)
Ken Lally (Security Guard)
Porthos
 
Notes
Orgoth's face is deformed by a spatial anomaly. He tells Archer that insulating the hull with Trellium-D protects against the spatial distortions.
The Osaarian pirates hide the stolen goods inside a huge sphere, which is surrounded by a cloaking field that generates the spatial anomalies.
To get information from Orgoth, Archer throws him into an airlock and begins decompressing it until Orgoth finally gives up information. The Osaarians recently attacked a Xindi ship and stole supplies and a copy of their database. Using the access code, Hoshi downloads a copy of the Xindi database from the Osaarian ship.
Crewman Fuller dies in the attack, becoming the first Enterprise crew member to die.
This is the first appearance of the new brig set.
 

 

"Extinction"

 
Episode Number55 Archer, Sato and T'Pol find the ancient city ruins
 Archer, Sato and T'Pol find the ancient city ruins
Production Number055 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate9/24/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayAndré Bormanis 
DirectorLeVar Burton 
 
Synopsis
On a mission to investigate an abandoned Xindi vessel on a jungle planet, Archer, Reed and Hoshi succumb to a virus that mutates them into a primal life form. Meanwhile, Enterprise is threatened by alien vessels that aim to eradicate the virus.
 
Guest Cast
Roger Cross (Commander Tret)
Daniel Dae Kim (Corporal Chang)
Troy Mittleider (Palmer)
Philip Boyd (Comm Officer)
Brian J. Williams (Alien Decon Agent)
Craig Baxley Jr. (Decon Agent #1)
Keith Schindol (Decon Agent #2)
Jimmy Ortega (Decon Agent #3)
 
Notes
Beginning in this episode, the series title during the main title credits changes from Enterprise to Star Trek: Enterprise.
The mutagenic virus was created by the extinct Loque'eque species. It causes the infected host's DNA to mutate into Loque'eque DNA. The Loque'eque engineered the virus when their species lost the ability to reproduce and was going extinct.
Phlox creates an anti-virus. They give the serum to Tret, the captain of the containment vessel.
This epside was dedicated in memory of Jerry Flick, first assistant director.
 

 

"Rajiin"

 
Episode Number56 Rajiin scans Captain Archer
 Rajiin scans Captain Archer
Production Number056 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/1/2003 
 
StoryPaul Brown and Brent V. Friedman 
TeleplayBrent V. Friedman and Chris Black 
DirectorMike Vejar 
 
Synopsis
The NX-01 gets closer to a showdown with the Xindi when Captain Archer takes on an enigmatic passenger: a beautiful slave named Rajiin.
 
Guest Cast
Nikita Ager (Rajiin)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Steve Larson (Zjod)
Dell Yount (B'Rat Ud)
B.K. Kennelly (Alien Merchant)
Ken Lally (Security Guard)
Porthos
 
Notes
Enterprise arrives at the Xanthan homeworld's floating market to obtain a formula for Trellium-D, which they trade for Earth spices.
Without the other Xindi council members' permission, the Xindi-Reptilians sent Rajiin to take biometric scans of the crew so that they could develop a bio-weapon.
 

 

"Impulse"

 
Episode Number57 T'Pol and Archer search for a way to escape the Seleya
 T'Pol and Archer search for a way to escape the Seleya
Production Number057 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/8/2003 
 
StoryJonathan Fernandez & Terry Matalas 
TeleplayJonathan Fernandez 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
Enterprise picks up a distress call from a Vulcan ship, the Seleya, which T'Pol recognizes as a ship she once served on. The ship is located in a somewhat treacherous asteroid field -- the asteroids are moving in a chaotic, unpredictable pattern due to the Expanse's spatial anomalies. When Archer and his away team board the Seleya, they are attacked by insane zombie-like Vulcans. Meanwhile, Tucker and Mayweather land on one of the unstable asteroids to mine Trellium ore.
 
Guest Cast
Sean McGowan (Corporal Hawkins)
Ian Eyre (Vulcan Zombie #1)
Alex Syverson (Vulcan Zombie #2)
Steve Blalock (Vulcan Zombie #3)
Tom Morga (Vulcan Zombie)
 
Notes
The asteroids are rich in Trellium ore. Phlox discovers Trellium-D is a neuro-toxin to the Vulcan nervous system and causes them to lose control of their emotions. Archer has Tucker store it in a biohazard locker until Phlox can create a cure for T'Pol.
T'Pol previously served on the Seleya, which entered the Expanse nine months ago. The Vaankara was sent on a rescue mission, as seen in "The Expanse".
The Seleya is named for Mount Seleya on planet Vulcan. (Spock was joined with his katra on Mount Seleya in Star Trek III.)
 

 

"Exile"

 
Episode Number58 Hoshi threatens to destroy Tarquin's amplifier
 Hoshi threatens to destroy Tarquin's amplifier
Production Number058 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/15/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayPhyllis Strong 
DirectorRoxann Dawson 
 
Synopsis
As Archer and his crew explore the disortion-inducing alien spheres, a powerful telepath makes contact with Hoshi and offers to help Enterprise find the Xindi ... for a price.
 
Guest Cast
Maury Sterling (Tarquin)
Philip Boyd (Comm Officer)
 
Notes
Tarquin's people exiled him on this planet for being a telepathic. He is over 400 years old, and very lonely. He ends up giving Hoshi the coordinates of a colony where part of the Xindi weapon is being constructed.
 

 

"The Shipment"

 
Episode Number59 Archer gets help from the Xindi Gralik
 Archer gets help from the Xindi Gralik
Production Number059 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/29/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayChris Black & Brent V. Friedman 
DirectorDavid Straiton 
 
Synopsis
Archer, Reed and Major Hayes infiltrate a Xindi-Arboreal industrial colony to learn more about the weapon of mass destruction that will be used against Earth.
 
Guest Cast
John Cothran Jr. (Gralik Durr)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Steven Culp (Major Hayes)
John Eddins (Xindi-Reptilian)
Jack Alsted (Xindi-Arboreal #2)
Sam Witwer (Xindi-Arboreal #3 )
 
Notes
Gralik's plant is manufacturing kemocite, but he is unaware that Degra is using it to manufacture weapons. The kemocite he gives Degra in the end is impure.
According to Gralik, there used to be a sixth species of Xindi, the Avians, but they were killed off during the war that destroyed the Xindi homeworld. The other five species are scattered across the Expanse. The Reptiles and Insectoids caused the destruction of the planet.
 

 

"Twilight"

 
Episode Number60 T'Pol takes command of Enterprise
 T'Pol takes command of Enterprise
Production Number060 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/5/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayMike Sussman 
DirectorRobert Duncan McNeill 
 
Synopsis
A spatial distortion leaves Archer unable to form any new long-term memories. Years in the future, he wakes up one morning and is stunned to learn the outcome of the human-Xindi conflict.
 
Guest Cast
Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval)
Brett Rickaby (Yedrin Koss)
Richard Anthony Crenna (Security Guard)
 
Notes
This episode was voted the most popular episode by fans during the push to the Enterprise series finale in 2005.
Archer was infected by subspace parasites, which can't be removed except by a subspace implosion. Phlox discovers that destroying the parasites in the present time also destroys them in the past. Once the parasites are destroyed after Archer causes a warp core breach, the timeline resets to normal.
In the alternate timeline, Starfleet gave T'Pol a field promotion to Captain. After destroying Earth, the Xindi hunted down the remaining human colonies. Less than 6000 humans remained. They settled on Ceti Alpha V. (Unfortunately, Ceti Alpha V will be destroyed later as seen in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan). After T'Pol resigns to take care of Archer on the surface, Tucker is promoted to Captain.
 

 

"North Star"

 
Episode Number61 Trip, T'Pol and Archer in local disguise
 Trip, T'Pol and Archer in local disguise
Production Number061 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/12/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayDavid A. Goodman 
DirectorDavid Straiton 
 
Synopsis
When a settlement of humans living a 19th-century Western lifestyle is discovered on a Delphic Expanse planet, Archer and crew set out to learn how they got there.
 
Guest Cast
Emily Bergl (Bethany)
Glenn Morshower (Sheriff MacReady)
James Parks (Deputy Bennings)
Paul Rae (Bartender)
Steven Klein (Draysik)
Gary Bristow (Stablehand)
Mike Watson (Skagaran)
Alexandria M. Salling (Skagaran Girl)
Jon Baron (Skagaran Boy)
Jeff Eith (Cowboy #1)
Cliff McLaughlin (Cowboy #2)
Tom Dupont (Cowboy #3)
Dorenda Moore (MACO #1)
Kevin Derr (MACO #2)
 
Notes
The humans were abducted from Earth in the 1860s and enslaved by the Skagarans. The humans overthrew the "Skags", who are now subjugated by the humans.
 

 

"Similitude"

 
Episode Number62 Tucker and T'Pol continue their neural treatments
 Tucker and T'Pol continue their neural treatments
Production Number062 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/19/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayManny Coto 
DirectorLeVar Burton 
 
Synopsis
When Trip suffers a catastrophic injury, his only hope for survival is a transplant from a "mimetic simbiot" which Phlox grows from one of his exotic creatures. The simbiot would have Trip's genetic make-up, but it would grow old and die in a span of 15 days. Archer is uneasy about this plan, but he eventually decides that he has no choice: he must complete his mission and he needs Trip to do so.
 
Guest Cast
Adam Taylor Gordon (Sim-Trip, Age 8)
Shane Sweet (Sim-Trip, Age 17)
Maximillian Orion Kesmodel (Sim-Trip, Age 4)
 
Notes
This is the first episode written by co-executive producer Manny Coto, who will go on to executive produce Season 4.
This episode was voted the third most popular episode by fans during the push to the Enterprise series finale in 2005.
Adam Taylor Gordon also played a younger Trip in the dream sequence in "The Xindi".
 

 

"Carpenter Street"

 
Episode Number63 Archer and T'Pol arrive in 2004 Detroit
 Archer and T'Pol arrive in 2004 Detroit
Production Number063 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate11/26/2003 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorMike Vejar 
 
Synopsis
Archer receives a surprise visit from Daniels, the mysterious time traveling operative who has aided him in the past. Daniels tells Archer that three Xindi-Reptilians have somehow traveled back in time 150 years to Detroit, Michigan. He wants to send Archer and T'Pol back in time to investigate. He also gives Archer temporal tags to bring back anything that doesn't belong in the 21st century. After disguising them in clothing from the proper time period, Archer and T'Pol successfully travel 150 years in the past, arriving at night on a Detroit city street in the year 2004.
 
Guest Cast
Leland Orser (Loomis)
Matt Winston (Daniels)
Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Xindi-Reptilian #1)
Michael Childers (Strode)
Donna DuPlantier (Prostitute #2)
Billy Mayo (Officer #1)
Dan Warner (Officer #2)
Erin Cummings (Prostitute #1)
 
Notes
The Xindi are creating a bio-weapon using blood samples provided by Loomis' victims.
Mayweather, Phlox, and Sato do not appear in this episode; Reed is heard via communicator, but not seen.
 

 

"Chosen Realm"

 
Episode Number64 Archer shows D'Jamat the result of the Triannon war
 Archer shows D'Jamat the result of the Triannon war
Production Number064 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate1/14/2004 
 
Story 
TeleplayManny Coto 
DirectorRoxann Dawson 
 
Synopsis
After coming to the aid of a crippled alien vessel, Captain Archer brings the ship's crew onboard Enterprise for medical attention. Their leader, D'Jamat explains that the Triannons are a deeply religious people and regard the Delphic Expanse as the "Chosen Realm" and the mysterious spheres are sacred objects created by god-like beings known as the "Makers." The Triannons hijack the Enterprise and plan to use it as a weapon against the enemies of their faith.
 
Guest Cast
Conor O'Farrell (Pri'Nam D'Jamat)
Vince Grant (Yarrick)
Lindsey Stoddart (Indava)
Tayler Sheridan (Jareb)
David Youse (Nalbis)
Gregory Wagrowski (Ceris)
Matt Huhn (Triannon)
Kim Fitzgerald (Crewman)
 
Notes
The Triannons believe that the Makers built the spheres to transform the "chosen realm" into paradise.
D'Jamat plans to take Enterprise to the Triannon homeworld to destroy the heretics, who believe that the Makers created the spheres in nine days instead of ten.
When Enterprise reaches the planet, they find it has been completely decimated from the war.
Hoshi Sato has no speaking lines in this episode.
 

 

"Proving Ground"

 
Episode Number65 T'Pol is suspicious of Shran's motives
 T'Pol is suspicious of Shran's motives
Production Number065 
Season
Stardate06-Dec-2153 
Original Airdate1/21/2004 
 
Story 
TeleplayChris Black 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
After sustaining heavy damage while traversing the Delphic Expanse, an Andorian ship led by Commander Shran arrives to help Enterprise hone in on the Xindi superweapon.
 
Guest Cast
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Molly Brink (Lieutenant Talas)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Granville Van Dusen (Andorian General)
Josh Drennen (Thalen, Degra's Assistant)
 
Notes
Enterprise and the Imperial Warship Kumari locate the superweapon test site. Due to Gralik's sabotage, the weapon overheats and the test has to be aborted.
The Andorian Imperial Guard sent Shran to retrieve the weapon. Shran is hesistant, but complies, under the guise of lending a hand to the humans since their Vulcan allies turned their back on them.
Once the Andorians retrieve the weapon, they plot a course back to Andoria. Enterprise arms the weapon and the Andorians are forced to eject it before it explodes.
Before leaving the Expanse, Shran secretly transmits an encrypted data stream with detailed scans of the weapon to Enterprise.
Phlox does not appear in this episode.
 

 

"Stratagem"

 
Episode Number66 Archer bonds with Degra in the simulator
 Archer bonds with Degra in the simulator
Production Number066 
Season
Stardate12-Dec-2153 
Original Airdate2/4/2004 
 
StoryTerry Matalas 
TeleplayMike Sussman 
DirectorMike Vejar 
 
Synopsis
Archer finds himself face-to-face with Degra, the designer of the Xindi superweapon, and tries to trick him into revealing its location.
 
Guest Cast
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Josh Drennen (Thalen)
 
Notes
Archer ends up tricking Degra into giving them the location to Azati Prime.
 

 

"Harbinger"

 
Episode Number67 Archer questions the sphere builder alien
 Archer questions the sphere builder alien
Production Number067 
Season
Stardate27-Dec-2153 
Original Airdate2/11/2004 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayManny Coto 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
As Archer tries to unravel the mystery of a rescued alien, long-simmering feelings explode among his senior officers.
 
Guest Cast
Steven Culp (Major Hayes)
Noa Tishby (Corporal Amanda Cole)
Thomas Kopache (The Alien)
 
Notes
The alien is a test subject from a trans-dimensional realm, apparently one of the species who built the spheres.
Tucker begins neuropressure sessions with Corporal Cole and have become "friendly". T'Pol seems jealous. They end up kissing and then... an "exploration of human sexuality."
The friction between Reed and Hayes ends up with them beating the crap out of each other, but they end up settling their differences.
 

 

"Doctor's Orders"

 
Episode Number68 Phlox and T'Pol stabalize the warp field
 Phlox and T'Pol stabalize the warp field
Production Number068 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate2/18/2004 
 
Story 
TeleplayChris Black 
DirectorRoxann Dawson 
 
Synopsis
En route to Azati Prime, Archer and his crew encounter another roadblock: a trans-dimensional disturbance. The fate of Enterprise is in Dr. Phlox's hands as the rest of the crew must be induced into a coma in order to survive the four day trip.
 
Guest Cast
Porthos
 
Notes
Phlox narrates the events of the episode in a letter to his friends Dr. Lucas.
Affected by the disturbance, Phlox hallucinates that T'Pol is running the ship with him and Xindi-Insectroids are trying to get him.
Fake T'Pol can talk to Phlox, but she does not interact with anything nor is she able to provide him with guidance running the ship.
Running the ship alone, Phlox attends to the crew, walks around naked, and watches The Court Jester on movie night.
This episode's storyline is very similar to the Voyager episode "One" featuring Seven of Nine.
 

 

"Hatchery"

 
Episode Number69 Archer looks after the unhatched eggs
 Archer looks after the unhatched eggs
Production Number069 
Season
Stardate08-Jan-2154 
Original Airdate2/25/2004 
 
StoryAndré Bormanis & Mike Sussman 
TeleplayAndré Bormanis 
DirectorMichael Grossman 
 
Synopsis
En route to Azati Prime, Enterprise discovers a damaged Xindi-Insectoid vessel with no bio-signs onboard. They discover an eerie hatchery containing Xindi eggs, some of which are still viable. Archer orders Trip to assign a team to repair the hatchery and vows to protect the hatchlings no matter the cost.
 
Guest Cast
Steven Culp (Major Hayes)
Daniel Dae Kim (Corporal Chang)
Sean McGowan (Corporal Hawkins)
Paul Eliopoulos (Crewman #1)
Porthos
 
Notes
While in the hatchery, an egg sprays Archer. This imprints the eggs on him. Phlox is able to reverse the effect.
Phlox learns the Insectoids are genderless and reproduce asexually. He estimates they have a life span of approximately 12 years.
The crew retrieves a shuttle from the Insectoid ship.
 

 

"Azati Prime"

 
Episode Number70 The Xindi question Captain Archer
 The Xindi question Captain Archer
Production Number070 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate3/3/2004 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga and Manny Coto 
TeleplayManny Coto 
DirectorAllan Kroeker 
 
Synopsis
Having located the Xindi super weaspon, Archer sets out on a suicide mission to destroy it. Discovered and captured, Archer is brutally tortured while Enterprise suffers a severely damaging attack.
 
Guest Cast
Matt Winston (Daniels)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Christopher Goodman (Thalen)
 
Notes
T'Pol becomes emotionally unstable after Captain Archer departs.
Tucker and Mayweather use the shuttle they obtained in "Hatchery" to get detailed scans of the weaspon, which is being finalized in an underwater facility.
Daniels brings Archer onto the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-J 400 years into the future to the Battle of Procyon V, where the Federation engaged the Sphere Builders. In this timeline, Xindi as well as Klingons are part of the Federation. Daniels tries to convince Archer not to sacrifice himself in destroying the weapon, since he is necessary for humanity's survival as well as the creation of the Federation.
During the battle Nova-class and Prometheus-class starships are seen battling the sphere builder ships, apparently CGI models re-used from Star Trek: Voyager.
 

 

"Damage"

 
Episode Number71 T'Pol confides in Dr. Phlox
 T'Pol confides in Dr. Phlox
Production Number071 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate4/21/2004 
 
Story 
TeleplayPhyllis Strong 
DirectorJames L. Conway 
 
Synopsis
While dissension among Xindi ranks festers, Enterprise tries to recover from a devastating attack and joins forces with an Illyrian ship that has also suffered damage. In desperate need of a warp coil, Archer takes extreme measures to continue on their mission.
 
Guest Cast
Casey Biggs (Illyrian Captain)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Scott MacDonald (Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Josette DiCarlo (Sphere-Builder)
Dorenda Moore (Private Parson)
 
Notes
The Illyrian ship is new to the expanse. Archer and an armed away team beam onto the Illyrian ship and steal their warp coil. Enterprise was attached by pirates when they were new to the expanse earlier this season in "Damage".
T'Pol becomes increasingly agitated. She puts on an EVA suit to retrieve some Trellium-D ore from the damaged cargo bay. She melts it and injects it into her neck. She finally informs Phlox what she has been doing, and that it has been going on for three months. She became addicted to the emotions after being exposed on the Seleya in "Impulse".
Enterprise lost 14 crewmen, with three unaccounted for.
Casey Biggs previously played recurring Cardassian character Damar on Deep Space Nine.
 

 

"The Forgotten"

 
Episode Number72 Phlox and Archer show Degra and Janaar their scans
 Phlox and Archer show Degra and Janaar their scans
Production Number072 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate4/28/2004 
 
Story 
TeleplayChris Black & David A. Goodman 
DirectorLeVar Burton 
 
Synopsis
Two high-ranking Xindi offer to stop the launch of their super-weapon if Archer can prove they've been manipulated. Meanwhile, the crew mourns their lost mates.
 
Guest Cast
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Bob Morrisey (Xindi-Reptilian Captain)
Seth MacFarlane (Engineer)
Kipleigh Brown (Crewman Jane Taylor)
 
Notes
Crewman Taylor was one of the 18 people lost in the attack. Archer asks Tucker to send a letter to her family.
Degra and Janaar are forced to destroy a Xindi-Reptilian ship to stop them from warning the Reptilians.
Degra provides Archer with the coordinates of the Xindi council, along with the coordinates to a subspace corridor that will get them there in three days.
 

 

"E²"

 
Episode Number73 Archer and T'Pol meet with Lorian and Karyn
 Archer and T'Pol meet with Lorian and Karyn
Production Number073 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate5/5/2004 
 
Story 
TeleplayMichael Sussman 
DirectorRoxann Dawson 
 
Synopsis
As Enterprise heads toward its rendezvous with Degra and a fateful meeting with the Xindi Council, the crew faces a dangerous trek. To reach their destination, they must enter a subspace corridor guarded by the Kovaalans, a species that isn't very tolerant of trespassers. Suddenly, the crew detects another ship, an NX-class Starfleet vessel…Enterprise NX-01. The ship's captain, Lorian, tells the captain that the current mission will not be successful. If Archer takes his ship into the subspace corridor, it will be thrown back in time 117 years.
 
Guest Cast
David Andrews (Captain Lorian)
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Tess Lina (Karyn Archer)
Tom Schanley (Greer)
Steve Truitt (Crewman #1)
 
Notes
Lorian is T'Pol and Tucker's son. Karyn Archer is Archer's great granddaughter.
The alternate Enterprise is presumed destroyed by the Kovaalans or ceased to exist when the real Enterprise made it through the corridor.
This episode's premise is very similar to the Deep Space Nine episode "Children of Time".
 

 

"The Council"

 
Episode Number74 Archer and Sato meet with the Xindi Council
 Archer and Sato meet with the Xindi Council
Production Number074 
Season
Stardate12-Feb-2154 
Original Airdate5/12/2004 
 
Story 
TeleplayManny Coto 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
Archer and Hoshi stand before the Xindi Council as T'Pol and Reed lead a team into the heart of a Sphere.
 
Guest Cast
Randy Oglesby (Degra)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Josette DiCarlo (Sphere-Builder Woman)
Sean McGowan (Corporal Hawkins)
Bruce Thomas (Xindi-Reptilian Soldier)
Andrew Borba (Xindi-Reptilian Lieutenant)
Mary Mara (Sphere-Builder Presage)
Ruth Williamson (Sphere-Builder Primary)
Eric Lemler (Helm Crewman)
Porthos
 
Notes
Reptilian Commander Dolim stabs Degra, killing him. The Reptilians and Insectoids hijaak the super-weapon and open a vortex for Earth. They kidnap Hoshi Sato before disappearing.
MACO Corporal Hawkins is killed by sphere's automated defense system.
Council members Dolim and Janaar are finally named in this episode, but the Primate played by Tucker Smallwood is not.
The stardate is not given, but is inferred by the next epsiode.
 

 

"Countdown"

 
Episode Number75 The Xindi-Reptilians capture Hoshi Sato
 The Xindi-Reptilians capture Hoshi Sato
Production Number075 
Season
Stardate13-Feb-2154 
Original Airdate5/19/2004 
 
Story 
TeleplayAndré Bormanis & Chris Black 
DirectorRobert Duncan McNeill 
 
Synopsis
With help from Xindi allies, the Enterprise crew attempts to stop the arming of the Weapon aimed toward Earth. Meanwhile, the Xindi-Reptilians have kidnapped Hoshi Sato, hoping that she will be able to decipher the Aquatics' launch code. Seeing their plan coming apart, the shadowy Sphere Builders attempt to alter events.
 
Guest Cast
Steven Culp (Major Hayes)
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Josette DiCarlo (Sphere-Builder Woman)
Bruce Thomas (Xindi-Reptilian Soldier)
Andrew Borba (Xindi-Reptilian Lieutenant)
Mary Mara (Sphere-Builder Presage)
Ruth Williamson (Sphere-Builder Primary)
Paul Dean (Xindi-Reptilian Technician)
Porthos
 
Notes
The Reptilians inject Hoshi with parasites to get her to decipher the code. Major Hayes dies while rescuing Hoshi.
The Sphere Builders increase the anomaly output of the spheres, allowing the Reptilians to escape the Xindi fleet. When the Insectoids question the Reptilians about the Guardians and the Spheres, Dolim destroys their ship.
T'Pol determines that certain spheres are act to link the entire sphere network. Damaging one of these would disrupt the network.
While Archer goes after the weapon in Degra's ship, Enterprise heads to Sphere 41.
T'Pol expresses an interest in joining Starfleet once this mission is over.
This episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Visual Effects.
 

 

"Zero Hour"

 
Episode Number76 The Xindi Weapon is destroyed as it reaches Earth
 The Xindi Weapon is destroyed as it reaches Earth
Production Number076 
Season
Stardate14-Feb-2154 
Original Airdate5/26/2004 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
DirectorAllan Kroeker 
 
Synopsis
Aboard Degra's ship, Archer, Reed and Hoshi work with the Arboreals and Primates to stop the Xindi weapon from launching. Archer plans to destroy the weapon from the inside by overloading the power systems, but he needs Hoshi, who is still recovering from her ordeal with the Reptilians, to decrypt the weapon schematics. Meanwhile, T'Pol leads Enterprise to Sphere 41.
 
Guest Cast
Scott MacDonald (Xindi-Reptilian Commander Dolim)
Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal Janaar)
Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate)
Josette DiCarlo (Sphere-Builder Woman)
Bruce Thomas (Xindi-Reptilian Soldier)
Andrew Borba (Xindi-Reptilian Lieutenant)
Matt Winston (Daniels)
Mary Mara (Sphere-Builder Presage)
Ruth Williamson (Sphere-Builder Primary)
Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran)
Gunter Ziegler (Doctor)
J. Paul Boehmer (Officer)
Zachary Krebs (Andorian)
 
Notes
Archer appears to have been killed when the weaspon is destroyed. When Enterprise reaches Earth, they can not raise anyone on comm and the shuttlepod is attacked by WWII aircraft. In the final scene, Archer is seen unconscious in a Nazi medical camp and an alien in Nazi uniform emerges from the shadow.
Enterprise destroys Sphere 41, which in turn destroys each of the other spheres and the Delphic Expanse begins to return to normal space.
Shran arrives in time to help destroy the Xindi-Reptilian ship.
T'Pol tells Trip that she is 65 years old.
Daniels shows Archer a ceremony that is the beginning of what will become the United Federation of Planets. This will be seen in the series finale "These Are The Voyages…".
 

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