Archer and Trip are accused of smuggling and sent to the penal colony Canamar. While Enterprise manages to negotiate their release, a mutiny breaks out on the prison ship.

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Kuroda Lor-ehn
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Enolian Official (as Holmes R. Osborne)
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Nausicaan Prisoner
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Prisoner (as John Hansen)
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Enterprise finds Shuttlepod One empty. It should have contained both captain Archer and commander Tucker, who were returning from visiting the trade post at the planet K'et Enol. Reed suspects they were taken hostage. T'Pol orders Enterprise to go to K'et Enol, where a government official tells them both were taken prisoner for smuggling and are on their way in a prison ship to the penal colony Canamar. Just when their release order is sent, there's a mutiny on the ship. Kuroda, a criminal, and a Nausicaan take control. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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Chester E. Tripp III (Enolian guard) is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who performed stunts in several episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), Star Trek: Voyager (1995), and Star Trek: Enterprise. He also worked as an additional fight choreographer on several locations and received no on-screen credit for any of his appearances. His costume from Star Trek: Voyager: Warlord (1996) was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. His name was misspelled as Chester Trapp on the name tag. See more »

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Kuroda Lor-ehn: I may not know how to fly this ship. But I'm sure I can figure out how to crash it.
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References Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Destiny (1995) See more »

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A bit predictable but decent.
27 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

The show begins with Archer and Trip in custody--on their way to a penal colony for something they didn't do. While this isn't a bad idea, this sort of situation has already been done on this same show-- and more than once. Naturally, T'Pol is working behind the scenes to free the pair by working with the local government. She is able to convince them that the pair are NOT smugglers--but by then it's too late--the prisoners on the ship headed for the colony have rebelled and taken the ship. And, the most sociopathic among them is now in charge and Archer is forced to work for him in order to avoid being killed. What's next?

The notion of Archer being in jail is laughable, as he seems to be in this situation too often. But the baddies are pretty exciting to watch and the show worth seeing despite all its weaknesses. Also, while it doesn't speak well of the makeup department, it is funny to watch the annoying guy. If you look closely in a few scenes, you can see that his makeup also has rubber fishing lures dangling off it--bass lures at that.


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