Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2, Episode 9

Singularity (20 Nov. 2002)
"Enterprise" Singularity (original title)

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T'Pol must save the ship after the crew passed out during the approach to a black hole.

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Enterprise is on its way to investigate a black hole in a trinary star system. Since the system is only reachable by impulse engine, the crew suddenly has time for less important matters. Captain Archer starts working on a preface of a book about his father and orders Trip to fix his chair. Hoshi takes over the mess hall as chef is sick. Malcolm starts working on a new security protocol. But T'Pol notices that the crew's behavior is becoming erratic. They seem to be fixed only on the thing they're doing right now and nothing may interfere. Hoshi wants to get a recipe right, Phlox tries to extract a piece of Mayweather's brain after he complained on a mild headache and Archer even yells at his dog while trying to write the preface. Then all the crew pass out and T'Pol must save the ship. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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According to the galley computer, Enterprise's dinner menu for 8/12-8/22 is as follows: Thursday - Fried chicken, scalloped potatoes, Minaran spinach Friday - Grilled trout almandine, rice pilaf, green beans Saturday - Filet mignon, grilled curled onions, green peas, Carnegie-style cheesecake Sunday - Grilled vegetable panini, green olive caviar, peach cobbler Monday - Grandma DiRosa's lasagna, garlic bread, mixed green salad Tuesday - 3-course fondue: bread and green apple in cheese, lamb and beef in soy, red apples and strawberries in chocolate (Champagne optional) Wednesday - Grilled Vietnamese pork crepe, steamed rice, plomeek tea Thursday - Roast duck with raspberry sauce, asparagus and ginger, twice-baked potato Friday - Noodle kugel, brisket, cabbage Saturday - Grilled alpine surprise, French fries, Argelian cole slaw Sunday - Homestyle BBQ (BYOB) See more »

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The episode begins on August 12, 2152 and the menu on the galley computer indicates that it is Thursday. August 12, 2152 will be a Saturday. See more »

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Sub-Commander T'Pol: Science Officer's log, August 14th, 2152 - Enterprise remains on course for the trinary system. I've transmitted a distress call, but the nearest Vulcan ship is more than nine days away. By the time they arrive, they may only find debris, if that. Even if Enterprise makes it past the black hole without being destroyed, it seems likely the crew won't survive.
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Heading into a goofy part of space
26 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

The notion that some portion of space could make the Trek crew act weird isn't original, as such a thing occurred in the original series. But despite this, the show is worth your time.

The Enterprise is flying towards some space thingie. During this time, the crew members (aside from T'Pol) begin to exhibit obsessive- compulsive symptoms. At first it's just annoying but after a while it becomes more bizarre and desperate. Folks becomes SO fixated that doing their jobs is impossible. Worst of all is Dr. Phlox who is about to commit horrific acts because of this compulsion. Can T'Pol manage to hold everything together until they leave this portion of space?

Decent...not great. As I said above, the main idea isn't too original but it is well done and worth seeing.


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