Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 3, Episode 6

Exile (15 Oct. 2003)
"Enterprise" Exile (original title)

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Hoshi Sato is contacted by a 400-year-old telepathic alien exiled on planet in The Expanse, shunned by his society because of his abilities. The alien offers to use his powers to help ... See full summary »



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Hoshi Sato is contacted by a 400-year-old telepathic alien exiled on planet in The Expanse, shunned by his society because of his abilities. The alien offers to use his powers to help Enterprise find the Xindi and the weapon they are building, but only if Hoshi will stay with him while he works. She agrees to stay behind, while Enterprise confirms The Expanse has a second Sphere and is on its way to investigate. Written by Meribor

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Kind of pathetic....
30 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Hoshi is finding life very difficult on the ship. She keeps seeing and hearing things and she insists it is VERY real...but there's no evidence anything is really there. However, eventually a being named Tarquin appears and explains himself. He is not really there- -he's a projection that would like to meet her since she is super- uber cool and would make a nice friend. He also promises to try to help the ship locate the Xindi and learn more about them. However, it turns out that Tarquin is such a pathetic wienie--even more pathetic than Hoshi! You know you are a social misfit when even Hoshi thinks you are pathetic! Regardless, he doesn't look like he'll let her leave--as he's very lonely and Dr. Who-like, as he wants a companion.

This is a mildly interesting and pathetic episode. While you feel sorry for Tarquin, he's a creepy guy as well. Not a must-see but worth your time.

By the way, perhaps I missed something. I understand that Tarquin's people exiled him to the planet he lives on--but why couldn't he just leave and have Enterprise take him away from this lonely place?

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