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 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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Tarquin was a family of Roman kings in the 6th century BC. They were not of the same ethnicity as the Romans they ruled, as they came from the neighboring region of Etruria, whose people (the Etruscans) were later assimilated into the Roman culture and ceased to exist as a distinct identity. The Tarquins were held up in Roman history as the worst examples of brutal tyrants, prompting the English wit D.H. Lawrence to quip "The Etruscans were vicious. We know it, because their enemies and exterminators said so." Tarquin was also the namesake of another science fiction icon, the cruel Admiral Wilhuff Tarkin in the original Star Wars movie, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977). See more »

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[Archer and Tucker have landed on a barren sphere]
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: Not exactly my idea of shore leave.
Captain Jonathan Archer: Get to work. I'm gonna take a look around.
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: Don't get lost!
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Nice combination of suspense and character development for Hoshi Sato
30 August 2007 | by (Vulcan) – See all my reviews

The Xindi/Abyss arc continues to build in this strong character development story featuring Linda Park as Hoshi Sato. T'Pol has discovered a new wrinkle in the Abyss - and can now predict the location of the spheres that appear to cause the time-space distortions. To test her hypothesis, the ship heads toward one of the predicted locations. As they approach it, Hoshi is contacted by a telepathic alien who can cast his consciousness dozens of light years from his physical location. It appears that this alien wants to help the Enterprise learn about the Xindi in exchange for a few days alone with Hoshi. Most of the episode centers on Hoshi's relationship with this exiled, ancient, telepath.

The episode is well-written and conceived, and very nicely directed by Roxanne Dawson. It exhibits a rare emotional and psychological sensitivity for the franchise. Recommended - but won't make a lot of sense unless you've already been introduced to the arc of which it is a part.


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