Enterprise has a group of aliens watching a stellar phenomenon on board. When the ship is miraculously saved from blowing up, crewman Daniels has an important message for Archer.

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Archer orders Enterprise to go to a stellar nursery that has ships flying nearby. A group of aliens is on their way to watch the Great Plume of Agosoria, a neutron blast from a protostar that happens every 11 years. Always eager to make first contact Archer invites them to visit Enterprise. When Enterprise is hit by a plasma storm, a miracle happens when a cascade running directly into the warp drive is stopped. Someone disconnected a panel, but who? Suddenly crewman Daniels tells Archer a Suliban entered the ship and that he has come from the future to capture him. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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This takes place in September 2151. See more »

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When Mayweather sits down at the helm after Reed returns to the bridge, part of a camera is seen at the far left of the frame. See more »

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Captain Jonathan Archer: Looks like we could be having guests. Tell Chef to prepare... something.
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fun and fresh
11 March 2006 | by (wichita, USA) – See all my reviews

OK, so what if time travel is the most over-used plot device in sci-fi, particularly in star trek. This episode gives us one grand, independent, fresh perspective on the whole idea. I must of seen this ep. over a hundred times and I still find fresh ideas and hidden messages within the work. It's well worth the time it takes up. You just need a little patience at the start.

Admittedly this is not exactly Bakula's finest hour. he didn't give the most believable performance, neither did John Fleck for that matter. But the congrats here go to the writers more than anyone. Whoever came up with the idea for this ep deserves serious praise. That goes for all eps in it's line. From Shockwave to Zero Hour that is.

This ep may be a cornerstone. It may be one of the most well told eps of it's time. However, because of the relatively poor acting, I must give it only 3 of 5 stars.


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