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"Star Trek: Enterprise" Cold Station 12 (2004)"Enterprise" Cold Station 12 (original title)

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Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 4: Episode 5 -- On orders from Starfleet, Archer and his crew must stop Dr. Soong and his army of genetically-altered superhumans - the Augments -- who are intent on invading a medical facility to release thousands of Augment embryos which would eventually
decimate and take over mankind.


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Original Air Date:
5 November 2004 (Season 4, Episode 5)
The Augments are on their way to Cold Station 12, where Augments embryos are kept. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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I have an even better idea. I'm going to place him in an easily escapable situation involving an overly elaborate and exotic death. See more (5 total) »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Michael Vejar  (as Mike Vejar)
Writing credits
Gene Roddenberry (based upon "Star Trek" created by)

Rick Berman (created by) &
Brannon Braga (created by)

Alan Brennert (written by) (as Michael Bryant)

Produced by
Rick Berman .... executive producer
André Bormanis .... co-producer
Brannon Braga .... executive producer
Alan Brennert .... consulting producer
Manny Coto .... executive producer
John Farrell .... producer (as J.P. Farrell)
Merri D. Howard .... supervising producer
Peter Lauritson .... supervising producer
Ken LaZebnik .... supervising producer
Michael Sussman .... producer (as Mike Sussman)
Dawn Velazquez .... producer
Stephen Welke .... co-producer
Brad Yacobian .... co-producer
Original Music by
Jay Chattaway 
Cinematography by
Marvin V. Rush (director of photography)
Film Editing by
David Koeppel  (as David A. Koeppel)
Casting by
Junie Lowry-Johnson 
Makeup Department
Roxy D'Alonzo .... special makeup effects artist
Suzanne Diaz .... makeup artist (as Suzanne Diaz-Westmore)
Roma Goddard .... hair stylist
Jeff Lewis .... makeup artist
Steven E. Anderson .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Tagamolila .... second assistant director
David Trotti .... first assistant director
Art Department
Thomas J. Arp .... construction coordinator
Craig Binkley .... property master
Max Bozeman .... leadman
John Eaves .... concept artist
Alan Kobayashi .... graphic designer
Michael Okuda .... scenic art supervisor
Charles Russo .... assistant property master
Adam Zerkel .... set dresser
Sound Department
Greg Agalsoff .... sound mixer
Erich Gann .... re-recording sound utility
Ashley Harvey .... sound editor (as T. Ashley Harvey)
Steve Kinsey .... sound mix technician
Steve Kinsey .... sound recordist
Chris Trent .... foley mixer
Bill Wistrom .... supervising sound editor
Dale Chaloukian .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Jeffrey Baxter .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Arthur J. Codron .... visual effects supervisor
Steven Lloyd .... Senior Compositor/Digital Supervisor
Fred Pienkos .... CGI supervisor: Eden FX
Fred Pienkos .... digital effects artist: Eden FX
Michael Tuinstra .... visual effects coordinator: Eden FX
John Hirota .... visual effects compositor assistant (uncredited)
Shawn Crowder .... stunt double
Vince Deadrick Jr. .... stunt coordinator
Kevin Derr .... stunts
Danny Downey .... stunt double: Kaj-Erik Eriksen
Boni Yanagisawa .... stunts
Christopher Leps .... stunt double: Alec Newman (uncredited)
Thom Williams .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ben Betts .... key video engineer
Frank Detone Jr. .... grip
Robert Eyslee .... best boy electric
Douglas Knapp .... camera operator
Denise Okuda .... video supervisor
Gary Tachell .... camera operator
Casting Department
Christine Smith Shevchenko .... casting associate (as Christine L. Smith)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carol Kunz .... wardrobe supervisor
Transportation Department
Gary Edelman .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Juan Carlos Fernandez .... pre-production coordinator
Gayliann Harvey .... production coordinator
Terry Matalas .... production associate
Doug Mirabello .... production associate
George Montgomery .... title designer
Eric Norman .... assistant production coordinator
Michael Okuda .... technical consultant
Catherine Pittman .... head animal trainer
Sarah Rissmiller .... assistant to line producer
Linda Rowe .... animal trainer
Scott Rowe .... head animal trainer: dogs, cats
Jan Rudolph .... script supervisor
Amanda Simonson .... assistant accountant (as Amanda Pooley)
Amy D'Alessandro .... titles (uncredited)
Evan English .... stand-in (uncredited)
Guillermo Lecuona .... title designer: main title sequence (uncredited)

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Rick Berman  creator
Brannon Braga  creator

Produced by
David A. Goodman .... consulting producer (episodes 2.08-3.24)
Film Editing by
Daryl Baskin (episodes 1.4-)
David Koeppel (episodes 1.5-) (as David A. Koeppel)
Robert Lederman (episodes 1.3-)
Casting by
Libby Goldstein (2004-2005)
Ron Surma (2001-2004)
Production Design by
Doug Drexler 
Makeup Department
Nanci Cascio .... additional hair stylist
Margie Kaklamanos .... special makeup effects artist (as Margie Latinopoulos)
Martin Kopulsky .... hair stylist
Miia Kovero .... hair stylist
Brad Scott .... additional hair stylist
Robin Slater .... makeup artist
Tegan Taylor .... makeup artist
Jake Garber .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nick Candy .... dga trainee
Michael DeMeritt .... first assistant director (multiple episodes 1.21-)
Michael DeMeritt .... second assistant director (episodes 1.01-1.20, 1.25-1.26) (multiple episodes 2.02-)
Jeani Harris-Olivieri .... second assistant director: second unit (as Jeani Harris)
Yuko Ogata .... dga trainee
Carrie Specht .... dayplayer second second assistant director
Carrie Specht .... second assistant director: dayplayer
Carrie Specht .... trainee assistant director (pilot episode)
David Trotti .... second assistant director (multiple episodes 2.01-) (as David G. Trotti)
Art Department
Joby Harris .... sculptor
James Van Over .... scenic artist
Sound Department
Julie Altus .... adr recordist (season 4)
Chris Cooper .... sound
Ron Cooper .... utility sound technician
Jesse Dodd .... adr assistant mixer (as Jesse K-D. Dodd)
Jesse Dodd .... sound mixer (as Jesse K-D. Dodd)
Mark Hensley .... foley recordist (1 episode)
Carrie Lisonbee .... assistant sound editor (as Carrie Tippets)
Daniel Nakamura .... sound re-recordist
Dennis Petersen .... sound recordist (season 1)
Special Effects by
Andy Clement .... animatronic baby effects
Visual Effects by
Les Bernstien .... motion control supervisor
Kevin Blank .... visual effects coordinator (episodes 1.03, 1.05)
Adam Buckner .... visual effects coordinator (episodes 1.06, 1.08)
Elizabeth Castro .... visual effects coordinator (multiple episodes)
Arthur J. Codron .... visual effects coordinator (multiple episodes)
Jarrod Davis .... digital artist (season 1)
Brian Fisher .... digital effects artist
Gabriel Köerner .... digital artist
Adam Lambert .... visual effects associate
Mamie McCall .... visual effects coordinator: Illusion Arts
Luke McDonald .... digital artist
Ronald B. Moore .... visual effects supervisor (episodes 1.01-1.04) (multiple episodes 1.10-)
Christopher Petrus .... visual effects assistant editor (as Chris Petrus)
Christopher Petrus .... visual effects associate (as Chris Petrus)
Andy Simonson .... visual effects associate
David Stipes .... visual effects supervisor (episodes 1.06, 1.08)
Mitch Suskin .... visual effects supervisor (multiple episodes 1.05-)
David Takemura .... visual effects coordinator
Aristomenis Tsirbas .... digital artist
Larry Younger .... assistant visual effects animator
Danny Braet .... visual effects: EdenFX (uncredited)
Brent Burpee .... systems engineer (uncredited)
Eric Chauvin .... digital matte artist: Black Pool Studios (uncredited)
Pierre Drolet .... digital artist: Foundation Imaging (2001-2002) (uncredited)
Aram Granger .... digital artist: Foundation Imaging (2001-2002) (uncredited)
Sherry Hitch .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Koji Kuramura .... digital artist: Foundation Imaging (2001-2002) (uncredited)
Jose Perez .... visual effects: Foundation Imaging (2001-2002) (uncredited)
Stephen W. Pugh .... digital effects producer: EdenFX (2002-) (uncredited)
Stephen W. Pugh .... digital effects producer: Foundation Imaging (2001-2002) (uncredited)
Michael Stetson .... digital artist: Eden FX (2003-) (uncredited)
Brian Avery .... stunts (multiple episodes)
Ron Balicki .... stunts
Troy Brenna .... stunt double: Klingon
Alex Chansky .... stunt double: Sean McGowan
Alex Chansky .... stunt double: Steven Culp
Fernando Chien .... stunt performer
Ken Clark .... stunt performer
Jeremy Fry .... stunts
Jeremy Fry .... utility stunts
Jes Hellwege .... stunts
Yoshio Iizuka .... stunts
Scott Leva .... stunt double
Alex Madison .... stunt double (as Gail Monian)
David Mattey .... stunts
Derek Mears .... stunt performer
Carrick O'Quinn .... stunt performer
Louis Ortiz .... stunts: borg
Bridgett Riley .... stunt double
Paul E. Short .... stunts
Tim Sitarz .... stunts
Justin Sundquist .... stunts
Scott L. Treger .... stunts: Vulcan
Gary J. Wayton .... stunt double: Scott Bakula
Boni Yanagisawa .... stunt double: Jolene Blalock
Camera and Electrical Department
John 'Jay' Devlin .... first company grip (episodes 2.1-) (as Jay Devlin)
Perez Hinton .... film loader
Perez Hinton .... second assistant camera
Bob Myers .... grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Brian Cotton .... costumer
Editorial Department
Harry Jierjian .... assistant editor
Music Department
John Rodd .... orchestral scoring recordist
Transportation Department
Bruce Callahan .... driver
Other crew
Shelley Andagan .... production assistant
Sarah Clifford .... animal trainer
Allen Fogderude .... promotion manager
Jonathan D. Gleicke .... stand-in
Sophia Lansky .... dialect coach
Donna Rooney .... assistant to producers (episodes 3.6-)
Lenore Sena .... first assistant accountant
Andrew Sobkovich .... high definition consultant
Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial Effects

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Enterprise: Cold Station 12 (#4.5)" - USA (original title)
43 min

Did You Know?

47-reference: when the Augments enter Cold Station 12 and Dr. Soong accesses the terminal to gasify the personnel in the control hub, the display of the terminal reads "Initiate Protocol 047".See more »
Dr. Phlox:You might be interested to know, Smike's become quite the student of Earth history. He's been reading up on the Eugenics Wars.
Capt. Jonathan Archer:I doubt Soong gave him the whole story.
Dr. Phlox:I'm quite familiar with the subject myself. Human intellect and Human instinct were out of sync. So many people were killed.
See more »
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
I have an even better idea. I'm going to place him in an easily escapable situation involving an overly elaborate and exotic death., 14 April 2015
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

The above quote is from Dr. Evil in the first Austin Powers movie. It's appropriate because this was funny in a is NOT good when it's in a sci-fi drama like "Star Trek: Enterprise! This is the reason I see this as a particularly weak episode.

This is a follow-up to the prior episode where Dr. Soong has created a group of augments--humans with heightened physical and intellectual powers but lacking in conscience. In the previous one, Captain Archer STUPIDLY allowed Soong to escape custody (a major weakness in this first episode). Now in part two, Soong and his 'children' (the augments) go in search of a veritable army of augments Soong wishes to incubate. To do this, they take over a medical research station. Archer and his crew arrive but seem pathetically unable to stop them--again because Archer behaves like a wienie.

When the episode begins, the completely amoral and nasty leader of the augments has every reason to kill Archer. However, instead of just phasering his face (and he IS holding a phaser), he gives it to his bud and begins fighting with Archer. What a dumb cliché! Again, however, he could have just squished Archer's head. Instead, he beats him up and leaves him with SOME chance of Dr. Evil!! All in all this show has too many clichés and weak plot elements--and it SHOULD have been much better given the idea.

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