Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 1, Episode 15

Shadows of P'Jem (6 Feb. 2002)
"Enterprise" Shadows of P'Jem (original title)

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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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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 (imdb@tiele.nl)

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This takes place in 2151. See more »

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Throughout the episode Captain Sopeck's eyes look red and irritated. If Sopeck were a Volcan with copper based hemoglobin and his eyes were inflamed the inflammation would be green rather than red. See more »

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Captain Sopek: I want to know where that shuttlepod was going.
Ensign Hoshi Sato: What shuttlepod is that?
Captain Sopek: The one that left your launch bay nine minutes ago.
Ensign Hoshi Sato: I really wouldn't know, sir, we... we get shuttlepods coming and going all the time. It's a little like Union Station around here.
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I like any episode that involves the Andorians!
21 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode is a follow-up to the earlier one about P'Jem--the Vulcan 'monastery' that turned out to be a spy base! Instead of accepting responsibility for being a bunch of lying jerk-faces, the sanctimonious Vulcans make excuses, blame humans for the destruction of this base by the Andorians and are looking for a scapegoat...which happens to be T'Pol. She is to be recalled back to Vulcan because of her involvement in uncovering this base. But, before this is to occur, the Enterprise goes to visit a planet aligned with the Vulcans. Unfortunately, it turns out to be a bust, as there's a rebel group fighting the Vulcan-backed government and they take Archer and T'Pol prisoner. The Vulcans soon arrive and act like even bigger jerk-faces--demanding they take over any rescue efforts. Unexpectedly, the Andorians also soon arrive--and I got excited because I love these aliens. They were wonderful because although they seemed like warlike idiots, time and again they proved themselves to be far more interesting and multidimensional. Overall, a very worthy follow-up to the earlier show and yet another example for why the Andorians are one of the best things about this series.


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