Captain Archer and Mayweather are investigating a strange energy reading from the other side of a moon. The next moment they find themselves in a complex inhabited by Sulibans. The Sulibans... See full summary »

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Captain Archer and Mayweather are investigating a strange energy reading from the other side of a moon. The next moment they find themselves in a complex inhabited by Sulibans. The Sulibans are kept against their will by the Tandarans, who are in war with the Cabal, a Suliban terrorist organization. Archer and Mayweather are held prisoner because of trespassing, but Tandaran colonel Grat assures their release will only be a formality. While captain Archer is suspicious of the Suliban at first, he soon finds out they're innocent and makes plan to release them. Meanwhile Grat discovers evidence of Enterprise' earlier encounters with the Cabal. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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This takes place in 2151. See more »

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Colonel Grat: Just tell me what you know about Silik.
Captain Jonathan Archer: Well, he's about... this tall, little on the scrawny side, bad teeth.
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Kind of preachy but good.
24 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When the show begins, Archer and Mayweather are in a detention facility. Apparently they wandered into the space of some folks who are at war with the genetically enhanced Suliban--the same ones who have been attacking Enterprise. At first, the people holding the two seem pretty reasonable and their interrogator (Dean Stockwell) is all smiles. However, over time two problems develop--the Captain spends a lot of time with other Suliban in custody and soon realizes that they are harmless and have nothing to do with the evil Suliban AND the interrogator is a total #&$%! He is not the nice guy he seem like when the show began and is more than willing to use torture to get information. Negotating with these people just doesn't seem possible and the Captain is not about to leave all these innocent folks in custody as well.

The only problem I saw about the show is that it was an obvious parallel to interred Japanese during WWII. This was fine...but then having Archer talk about this seemed preachy and unnecessary. I think many in the audience got the parallel and didn't need the history lesson. Otherwise, quite interesting and it was nice to see Dean Stockwell playing a jerk-face.


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