Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 3, Episode 11

Carpenter Street (26 Nov. 2003)
"Enterprise" Carpenter Street (original title)

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Archer and T'Pol travel back 150 years to Earth to stop three Xindi reptilians.

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2004, Detroit. Loomis works at a blood bank and he's doing something rather shady. He kidnaps people and delivers them to someone who keeps a low profile for money. In the 22nd century Archer gets an unexpected visit from crewman Daniels, the time traveler. He tells three Xindi Reptilians have traveled back in time to Earth. He tells conflict between the Humans and Xindi is already a corruption of the time line and these Reptilians must be stopped to prevent further corruption. Archer takes T'Pol to travel back to Earth in 2004. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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After getting their burgers, Loomis offers T'Pol some of his fries. When she declines, he says: "Have it your way." "Have it your way" is the slogan for Burger King. See more »

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The final shot shows mountains in the background. There are no mountains in or near Detroit, but there are mountains in California where the episode was filmed. See more »

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Drive-thru voicebox: Welcome to Burgerland. How may I serve you today?
Loomis: I'll have the Double Superbeef, no lettuce.
Captain Jonathan Archer: [to voicebox] One Double Superbeef without lettuce, please.
Drive-thru voicebox: You can make that a triple for only 40¢ extra.
Loomis: Do it.
Captain Jonathan Archer: [to voicebox] A double will be fine.
Drive-thru voicebox: Would you like to make that a combo?
Loomis: [to voicebox] Yeah, fries and a medium root beer.
Drive-thru voicebox: Will there be anything else today?
Captain Jonathan Archer: A hamburger, ketchup only.
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Archer's Theme [Enterprise - Music from the Original Television Soundtrack]
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6 November 2007 | by (Vulcan) – See all my reviews

Carpenter Street is one of the most entertaining, well-performed and well-written episodes of Season 3. Archer and T'Pol are the featured characters and Leland Orser gives a memorable guest appearance.

Temporal Agent Daniels sends Archer and T'Pol from the Expanse back to 21st century earth on a search and destroy mission possibly related to the Xindi bio-weapon. Leland Orser plays a nurse who works in blood bank and, on the side, supplies the Xindi with victims for their experiments. The story is presented straightforwardly and achieves the feeling and atmosphere of a 1990s detective show.

Carpenter Street is uncharacteristically well-written, directed and edited. The script explores the differences between ST's vision of the future and the present as well or better than episodes of previous series in the franchise treating this same theme, but does not lose sight of the story in these ruminations. The story is also well-acted - Blalock and Orser stood out for me.

Finally - Carpenter Street stands out as one of the few Xindi/Daniels plots which could function as a stand-alone episode and does not require much previous exposure to Enterprise's time travel and Xindi arcs.

Recommended.


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