Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 1, Episode 19

Acquisition (27 Mar. 2002)
"Enterprise" Acquisition (original title)

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Four greedy Ferengis have invaded Enterprise while the crew is unconscious. They have already confiscated numerous valuable supplies, but are still interested in more. They wake up captain ... See full summary »

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Four greedy Ferengis have invaded Enterprise while the crew is unconscious. They have already confiscated numerous valuable supplies, but are still interested in more. They wake up captain Archer to get the know the whereabouts of 'the vault'. Another crew member is still awake in the decontamination chamber, Trip. He wakes T'Pol. Since the weakness of the invaders is not difficult to find, the three try to outsmart the Ferengis. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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This episode features only the 2nd time in a Star Trek series that we hear the Ferengi's native language. The first time we hear it is in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Little Green Men (1995). See more »

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The supposed "heavy" pipes that Archer is having a tough time carrying into the Ferengi ship that is looting Enterprise are clearly made out of foam since you can see on the side of one of them that some of the gray paint has shredded off. See more »

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Ulis: We had a deal.
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Introducing the Greedy Ferengis
29 November 2007 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

When T'Pol opens an alien object found in the surface of a planet by Trip, a gas is released and the entire crew of Enterprise faints. Four Ferengi pirates - Krem, Muk, Grish and Ulis – break in Enterprise to steal the supplies and belongings in the starship and they awake Captain Archer trying to find the location of the vault. Meanwhile, Trip was in the decontamination chamber and is not affected by the gas, and wakes T'Pol. Using the greed of the quartet, Archer and Trip lure them.

"Acquisition" introduces the greedy Ferengi merchants – actually four pirates of space. The story is funny, and I loved when the crushed Krem asks T'Pol to caress his ears. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Aquisição" ("Acquisition")


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