While attending conference on an alliance, Trip and T'Pol find out from a dying woman they have a baby. Investigation shows the woman was a member of the xenophobic organization Terra Prime.

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Enterprise is back on Earth where the crew visits a conference led by minister Nathan Samuels. Humans, Vulcans, Andorians, Tellarites, Denobulans, Rigelians and Coridanites are discussing the formation of an alliance. Suddenly a woman bumps into T'Pol, telling her to prevent the death of somebody. She hands her a vial with a hair before dying of a phase pistol wounds. Dr. Phlox finds out the hair belongs to a child of Trip and T'Pol, but T'Pol claims never to have been pregnant. Archer asks Samuels about the investigation, but senses he is withholding something. He orders Reed to contact Harris. Harris tells him the woman, Susan Khouri, was a member of the xenophobic organization Terra Prime. Meanwhile Travis meets an old friend, reporter Gannet Brooks. She wants to restart the relationship they had. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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The events of this episode take place exactly a day after the events in "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II". See more »

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During the Terra Prime meeting at Orpheus, one of the complaints Josiah lists against non-humans is that the Vulcans killed 45 humans during the Embassy bombing. The true death toll was 31 humans & 12 Vulcans. Star Trek: Enterprise: The Forge See more »

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Gannet Brooks: I have a rule: if I'm in bed with someone, they have to be in bed with me.
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The final two-parter in the series.
10 June 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is the last two-part episode in "Star Trek: Enterprise" and it's the logical progression of the plot line about the creation of the Federation. The various future members of this organization have come to Earth to formalize this agreement when a group of xenophobic nuts derail the dream. What is their qualm? They want the human race to be pure--not adulterated by ugly alien genes--and the evidence of this ugliness is a hybrid baby--the love child of T'Pol and Trip. But how? They never had a baby?! However, their agenda involves MUCH more than showing everyone a freaky alien hybrid baby...they aim to destroy the negotiations and drive all the aliens off Earth using a super-weapon.

The leaders of the baddies is ably played by Peter Weller. He's menacing, nasty and cold. My only reason for giving the show a 7 is that the whole hybrid baby plot line never really made sense nor seemed necessary. Fortunately, part two is better.


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