Star Trek: Enterprise (2001–2005)
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Shadows of P'Jem 

T'Pol is being recalled because of Enterprise' involvement in the destruction of the P'Jem sanctuary. Then T'Pol and Archer get kidnapped visiting the planet Coridan.


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Chancellor Kalev (as Barbara J. Tarbuck)


The Andorians destroyed the Vulcan P'Jem sanctuary and the Vulcans are not very happy. They think Archer is to blame because he discovered with the Andorians that P'Jem was actually a Vulcan listening post. Ambassador Soval suspends all joint fleet operations and admiral Forrest has to tell the bad news to Archer: T'Pol is being recalled. Archer takes her on one final mission, a visit to the planet Coridan. Their shuttle pod is shot down however and Archer and T'Pol are taken hostage by a rebel faction opposing the government. Written by Arnoud Tiele (

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6 February 2002 (USA)  »

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Those Andorians Have Great Personalities
10 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I liked this episode a lot. When Archer and the crew went to that monastery, there was damage done. The Andorians have since taken it over and expelled the Vulcan monks who were covering up a bunch of technology. T'Pol, being a Vulcan and participating in the events, has become a scapegoat. The Vulcans, for all their emotional mumbo jumbo, are quite satisfied to play politics and seek revenge. As the Captain and T'Pol are going to a planetary city, they are kidnapped by rebels, bound and threatened. The Enterprise wants to launch a rescue mission but there are other beings involved and they must deal with them. This is another episode where the smug, self-righteous Vulcans show what a pain they can be. The Andorians present the high point of this episode. They are wonderful characters.

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