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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Dr. Phlox (credit only)
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Ensign Travis Mayweather (credit only)
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Ensign Hoshi Sato (credit only)
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Loomis
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Xindi-Reptilian
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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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Only three of the seven main cast members appeared in this episode, the fewest of the entire series run. Only Captain Archer (Scott Bakula), T'Pol (Jolene Blalock), and Commander Tucker (Connor Trinneer) appear on screen; with Tucker appearing in just two scenes. Lt. Reed (Dominic Keating) makes a voice-only appearance via communicator while Ensign Mayweather (Anthony Montgomery), Ensign Saito (Linda Park), and Dr. Phlox (John Billingsley) are entirely absent from the episode. See more »

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The man who collects people with the eight different blood types for the Xindi to use in the creation of their biological weapon tells Archer and T'Pol that he has delivered people with six of the eight blood groups, and needs only provide an individual with "B-" and "AB+" for the complete set. When the Xindi attempt to deploy the weapon, Archer says to T'Pol that it is pointless for them to do so, as they only have six of the eight blood types. T'Pol replies that, still, they would destroy "75% of the human population." While 6 of 8 is, indeed, 75%, T'Pol is nonetheless mistaken based on the distribution of blood types among the human population. Only 3% of the human population have AB+ blood type, and only 2% of the population have B- blood type. As such, had Archer and T'Pol failed to thwart the Xindi from deploying the weapon, they would have, in fact, eradicated 95% of the human population, not 75% of the population, as T'Pol states. See more »

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[last lines]
Loomis: Those creatures, the lizard-people - they're around here somewhere. You gotta find them.
Officer #2: Yeah, no problem, we'll get right on that.
Loomis: Be careful. Be careful, they got ray guns.
Officer #2: Yeah, ray guns, got it.
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References Halloween (1978) See more »

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Archer's Theme [Enterprise - Music from the Original Television Soundtrack]
Written by Dennis McCarthy
Performed by Dennis McCarthy
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The right length
7 August 2006 | by (CGSM,Soseaua Nationala 49) – See all my reviews

Many feature movies do not deserve,do not justify their length.They make'em too long;so,there's a lot of junk inside.Such movies do not really need more than 45' to say all they are meant to say;the rest is simply junk,ugly stuff.(They do not rely on time,but on the viewer's docility.)It's vanity to try to give a 45' story as a 100' one.I like the long show that needs to be long;but I don't like being fooled by a jerk who does not need more than 45' to tell his story and takes 100' as if the public's time was his.

"Carpenter Street" works as I like it to work.It take just the time it needs:as much time as is needed.It is concise,supple,well-thought,lucid.

It's interesting to compare the time travel in "Carpenter Street",and those in "ST IV" and "ST VIII"."Carpenter Street" is grim,somehow sinister.In "ST IV" and "ST VIII",the sets were crowded;not so in the nocturnal,dark "Carpenter Street".


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