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 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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In the "Future's End" serial on Star Trek: Voyager
(1995), Tom Paris and Tuvok also "borrow" a blue Dodge Ram truck, same as Captain Archer and T'Pol do in this episode. See more
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. However, It's unlikely T'Pol would know the distribution of blood types, and she was probably stating it as an estimated approximation. See more
[referring to Loomis
In one individual we've managed to find the worst qualities of this era: greed, violence, moral corruption.
Archer's Theme [Enterprise - Music from the Original Television Soundtrack]
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