Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 3, Episode 16

Doctor's Orders (18 Feb. 2004)
"Enterprise" Doctor's Orders (original title)

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While in command of Enterprise because the entire crew is in a coma, Dr. Phlox starts hearing some strange sounds.

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While traveling to Azati Prime, the Enterprise needs to cross a trans-dimensional disturbance phenomenon that could kill the humans. Dr. Phlox proposes to put the crew in coma for four days while the Enterprise travels through the phenomenon in impulse. In the middle of the journey, Dr. Phlox hears weird noises and T'Pol helps him to stay in the command of the ship. When they realize that the disturbance is longer than expected, Dr. Phlox needs to activate the warp engines to save the crew. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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This episode is reminiscent of William Shatner's 1963 appearance on "The Twilight Zone" in which he sees a gremlin on the wing of an airplane. See more »

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Dr. Phlox: Bangs, squeaks, rattling chains... Is this a starship or a haunted house?
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Trans-dimensional Disturbance and Hallucination
23 February 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While traveling to Azati Prime, the Enterprise needs to cross a trans-dimensional disturbance phenomenon that could kill the humans. Dr. Phlox proposes to put the crew in coma for four days while the Enterprise travels through the phenomenon in impulse. In the middle of the journey, Dr. Phlox hears weird noises and T'Pol helps him to stay in the command of the ship. When they realize that the disturbance is longer than expected, Dr. Phlox needs to activate the warp engines to save the crew.

"Doctor's Orders" is an original episode in the style of "Twilight Zone" with great performance of John Billingsley, who acts practically alone along the story. The surprising spooky twist in the very end is unexpected and very funny. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Ordens Médicas" ("Doctor's Orders")


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