Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 4, Episode 16

Divergence (25 Feb. 2005)
"Enterprise" Divergence (original title)

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While Enterprise tries to bring Trip on board to reverse the malicious Klingon modifications, Phlox and Antaak find a cure for the virus that will not please general K'Vagh.

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Picking up from the cliffhanger Affliction, Enterprise's engine is sabotaged and near overload. The Columbia sends Trip to reboot the reactor. Phlox rushes to cure Klingon plague before the forced sterilization of the colony. With Reed in the brig, Archer contacts Harris for answers to the Lieutenant's betrayal. Written by Meribor

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We learn that the name of Harris' organization Section 31, although never officially revealed in this or the previous episode, is derived from Article 14, Section 31 of the original Starfleet Charter, which made allowances for "bending the rules during times of extraordinary threat". It is the only direct reference - and, thus, confirmation - of Section 31 in this two-parter. See more »

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When Columbia approaches Enterprise upside down, a full-screen view of the display showing the approach is shown. In the next shot, the same display can be seen in the background, but both ships are shown to be already next to each other. In the subsequent shot, Columbia is missing completely from the display. See more »

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Captain Jonathan Archer: Thanks for your help.
Captain Erika Hernandez: I don't know how you survived all these years without me.
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Engaging Conclusion
26 April 2010 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

The only hope to Enterprise is the support of Columbia that brings Trip. Travis synchronizes the flight of Enterprise with Columbia while Reed brings Trip on board in a risky operation. Then Trip cold starts the reactor and repairs the system while Columbia sustains a warp field with Enterprise. Then they travel together to the genetic research facility in the Qu'Vat colony. Dr. Antaak and Phlox discover a cure, but they do not tell the General K'Vagh that the process of creating augments will be interrupted. Meanwhile Harris contacts Archer to discuss the situation of Reed. Archer reintegrates Reed to his position, but demanding loyalty to him. When the Enterprise and Columbia arrives in Qu'Var, they are attacked by the ships of Admiral Krell that has received orders to destroy the colony. However, Phlox sends a capsule to his Bird of Prey and releases the virus in Krell and his crew and interrupt the "sterilization" process.

"Divergence" is an engaging conclusion of "Affliction". This series usually gives great lines and space to lead and support characters. But in this episode, the participations of Phlox, Trip and Reed overshadow Archer and T'Pol. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Ponto de Vista" ("Viewpoint")


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