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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25 February 2005 (USA)  »

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This takes place in December 2154. See more »

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At the beginning of this episode, as Trip is just about to transfer from the Columbia to the Enterprise, he is in an EV suit with the Enterprises logo prominently on the front. In the previous episode, Captain Hernandez told him to have the patch on his duty uniform changed. So either the Columbia is borrowing EV suits from Captain Archer, or the prop department goofed. See more »

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Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: Do you ever... question why you fight?
Marab: Soldiers don't question, they obey.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: What if your superiors are wrong?
Marab: They're imprisoned - or killed.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: That's not how we do things in Starfleet.
Marab: Which is why the Klingon Empire will defeat you.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: Then how come... you're in the same brig that I'm in?
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Archer's Theme [Enterprise - Music from the Original Television Soundtrack]
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An exciting conclusion to the Phlox Philes.
31 May 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When the show begins, Malcolm and Trip work together to transfer Trip in the most insane fashion back to Enterprise. Why? Because the ship has become like the bus on "Speed"---where it will blow up if it drops to under warp 5! Oh, those kooky augments and their attempt to blow up the ship!

In the meantime, Dr. Phlox is dealing with some unreasonable Klingons (are there any other kind?) and it is a race with time-- otherwise the Klingon home world will blow up the planet and everyone on it in order to contain the virus. Phlox MIGHT have an answer-- but one that won't make the grouchy General happy!

The best aspect of all this is that it helps to explain the way too human looking Klingons in the original "Star Trek" series--and for that reason alone, this is a must-see for fans. Well made, fun and worth seeing.


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