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Kir'Shara 

While Enterprise travels to Andoria to warn them of the attack, Archer tries to bring the Kir'Shara to the High Command.

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Enterprise has set a course to Andoria to warn them for the attack administrator V'Las is planning. Tucker sees only one way to approach them. They try to contact commander Shran, who is hiding in a nebula. On Vulcan Archer is still possessed by the Katra of Surak. He is determined to bring the Kir'Shara to the High Command in the capital city. T'Pau and Archer think it will bring a tremendous difference on Vulcan, but T'Pol has doubts. Meanwhile V'Las explains his attack plans to the High Command. He tells the Andorians have already been deceived by fake warp signatures. But some of the members of the High Command are starting to have doubts. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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Jeffery Combs has the distinction of portraying eight different characters on Star Trek series. He has played the roles of Brunt, Weyoun, Shran, Tiron, Kevin Mulkahey, Penk, Krem, and a holosuite guest. He is one of only five actors to play seven or more different characters in the Star Trek franchise, the others being Randy Oglesby, J.G. Hertzler, Vaughn Armstrong and Thomas Kopache. Coincidentally, Combs has appeared on Star Trek with all four of those actors. See more »

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Captain Jonathan Archer: [referring to the Syrrannites] I would have thought you'd be more sympathetic to their cause. You never seemed too happy with the status quo around here.
Commander T'Pol: I may have had disagreements with the High Command. But that doesn't mean I'm going to join a radical faction.
Captain Jonathan Archer: You signed up with Starfleet. A lot of Vulcans I have met consider *us* a radical faction.
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References Star Trek: The Next Generation: Unification II (1991) See more »

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Archer's Theme [Enterprise - Music from the Original Television Soundtrack]
Written by Dennis McCarthy
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Excellent Conclusion
21 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

Commander Tucker heads the Enterprise to Andoria and Ambassador Soval contacts Commander Shran that is hidden with a small fleet in a nebula. He discloses the intention of Administrator V'Las of attacking Andoria but the skeptical Shran does not believe on his words and kidnaps Soval, submitting him to torture. Meanwhile in Vulcan Captain Archer, T'Pol and T'Pau are attacked by Vulcan soldiers while transporting the Kir'Shara to the High Command. V'Las is questioned by Minister Kuvak that is not convinced that the Andorians have the Xindi technology. V'Las orders the Vulcan attack to the Andorian fleet, but the Enterprise stations between the two forces expecting to avoid the battle.

"Kir'Shara" is an excellent conclusion to the saga of Archer with the Syranites. The story is engaging, full of action and suspense and very well developed; the Administrator V'Las is a despicable villain and the forged evidences for the attack to Andoria seems to be inspired in invasion of Iraq in 2003. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Kir'Shara"


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