Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 3, Episode 21

(5 May 2004)
"Enterprise" E² (original title)

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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 Kavalans. 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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Lorian, being Trip and T'Pol's son from an alternate timeline, predates Mr. Spock as the first human/Vulcan hybrid by almost 100 years. See more »


In the last scene the ship that emerges from the Vortex is not damaged at all but appears "new". It should have shown all the damage to the exterior that it did upon entering the Vortex minutes earlier. See more »


Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: Only in the Expanse could I have a son who's nearly three times my age.
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References Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Children of Time (1997) See more »


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Meeting the Future
4 March 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

The Enterprise needs to cross a subspace corridor protected by the hostiles Kavalans to arrive on time to the meeting with the Xindi council scheduled by Degra. However, the ship is surprisingly stopped by another Enterprise from the future with the descendants of the original crew-members. Lorian, the captain and son of Trip and T'Pol, explains that the original Enterprise was sent one hundred and seventeen years back in time while escaping from the Kavalans through the corridor, and they want to help the Enterprise to succeed and accomplish her mission at any cost.

"E2" is a flawed episode, where the only explanation for the holes in the screenplay is the Expanse, where the laws of physics and time are different. T'Pol alive and the duplicate Enterprise together with the original T'Pol and Enterprise are absolutely incoherent and I did not like this unnecessary and forgettable episode. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Enterprise 2"

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