Trying to pass through a subspace corridor, Enterprise is stopped by Enterprise.



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To get to their appointment with Degra on time, Enterprise must pass a subspace corridor which is guarded by the aggressive Kovaalans. Just about to make an attempt, Enterprise is stopped by Enterprise. Their captain, Lorian, tells them crossing the subspace corridor will put Enterprise 117 years back in time and that his crew all are descendants of the original crew. He wants to make some modifications to the ship, so the time shift will not happen. Written by Arnoud Tiele (

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When Trip and Lorian are working in engineering (14:30), one of the tools that Trip takes from the toolbox and puts back is actually a Radio Shack decibel (or sound level) meter. It has a short cylindrical protrusion and upper curved edges. See more »


[Lorian's Enterprise hasn't followed Archer's through the corridor]
Captain Jonathan Archer: Lorian has years of command experience. Something tells me we shouldn't write him off yet. - I suppose there's another possibility. Since we weren't thrown into the past, maybe history somehow corrected itself?
Sub-Commander T'Pol: Are you suggesting that the other Enterprise never existed? If you're right... then why would we remember them?
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References Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Children of Time (1997) See more »


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Enterprise times two...
10 April 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When the Enterprise enters the expanse in order to make it to the Xindi Council meeting with Degra, something weird happens...they meet Enterprise! Yes, another version of their own ship--but this one apparently had been knocked over a hundred years back in time and the crew consists of descendants of the original crew! At first, the two Enterprises work together to try to undo the mistake that originally sent them back in time. However, there is a problem--Commander Lorian on the alternate Enterprise is a real butt-head and thinks he knows everything! In fact, instead of helping the other Enterprise, he's considering betraying them!

This is a very interesting episode--one that is well worth seeing. What I particularly like was seeing T'Pol meeting...T'Pol! Overall, it's well written and well done.

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