Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2, Episode 20

Horizon (16 Apr. 2003)
"Enterprise" Horizon (original title)

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Ensign Travis Mayweather takes leave when Enterprise rendez-vous with the cargo ship Horizon, his childhood home. The family reunion is bittersweet when Mayweather learns of his father's ... See full summary »

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Ensign Travis Mayweather takes leave when Enterprise rendez-vous with the cargo ship Horizon, his childhood home. The family reunion is bittersweet when Mayweather learns of his father's death and he butts heads with his brother/Acting Captain, Paul, who resents Travis' leaving the Horizon and finding a successful career with Starfleet. Meanwhile, Enterprise backtracks to visit a planet undergoing drastic geographical changes. T'Pol looks to avoid attending movie night. Written by Meribor

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If you look on the book shelf in Mayweather's quarters aboard the Horizon, there is a white book entitled "Gangsters of the 20th Century". This may be the same ship Horizon that played a major role in the Star Trek TOS episode "A Piece of the Action". See more »

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When Captain Archer goes to check on Ensign Mayweather in the zero-gravity section of the ship, Mayweather is visibly upset and at least one tear falls down off his face. See more »

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Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: We're gonna be showing the three greatest horror movies ever made: 'Frankenstein', 'Bride of Frankenstein', and 'Son of Frankenstein'. We might even throw in 'Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein'.
Sub-Commander T'Pol: I have no interest in horror movies.
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: How do you know if you've never seen one? You don't have to see all of 'em, just... come the first night. I promise, you'll like it. Reanimated life forms, science run amok - they're right up your alley.
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Frankenstein, Popcorn and Resentments
21 January 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While traveling to watch volcanic activities in a planet, Ensign Travis tells Captain Archer that his father is very ill and requests a leave to visit his family in the cargo ship Horizon. However his father dies and the Mayweather family reunion shows that his brother Paul is still resented with the absence of Travis. When hostile pirates attack the Horizon, Travis upgrades her systems without the authorization of Paul, increasing the tension between the brothers. Meanwhile, the reluctant T'Pol is personally invited by Captain Archer to watch a session of "Frankenstein", and in the end she surprisingly likes the movie.

"Horizon" has corny moments but it is not a bad episode. The story is predictable, and T'Pol as usual is responsible for the best moments of the episode. Fortunately the writers of this series usually show excellent taste regarding the selection of classic and cult movies in the Enterprise. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Horizon"


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