Star Trek: Enterprise (2001–2005)
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Storm Front, Part II 

After Silik attacks Trip, Vosk wants to make a deal with Archer: supplies of the ship for the completion of his time machine in return for a trip to the 22nd Century.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Phlox
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed
Ensign Travis Mayweather
Ensign Hoshi Sato
Temporal Agent Daniels
Carmine (as Steven R. Schirripa)
Mark Elliott Silverberg ...
David Pease ...


The crew of Enterprise is still trying to find out why they were brought back by Daniels to the 20th Century. Back on Earth Silik has entered the complex of Vosk, where he attacks Trip. Meanwhile Vosk finds out Trip and Mayweather are not temporal agents. He contacts Archer for a meeting to return them and make an offer for a deal. He wants supplies from Enterprise to complete his time machine and in return send Enterprise back to its own century. Archer tells he'll consider the offer. Back on Enterprise he soon notices Trip is not who he appears to be. Written by Arnoud Tiele (

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The opening alternate timeline "newsreel," featured many images that were synthesized digitally; footage of Hitler in Paris for example, was digitally altered to remove the Eiffel Tower and put the Statue of Liberty behind him. Additionally, it also contained footage from the well-known Nazi propaganda film Triumph of the Will. One clipping however, was not digitally altered, a seldom-seen actual 1930s meeting of the American Nazi Party. It depicts a Nazi rally before a stage bearing Nazi banners on either side of a full-body portrait of George Washington. This imagery was taken from the "Mass Demonstration for True Americanism" event, held by the German-American Bund, which occurred at Madison Square Garden, New York City, on 20 February 1939. See more »


Archer suggests Silik needs Enterprise to send the information gained about time travel technology into the future, but that is not true. Time travels forward all on its own. All Silik would have needed to do is bury a few discs somewhere safe on Earth. Then, his employer could have another recruit dig one of them up at an opportune moment later in time. See more »


Vosk: I'm sorry, General. But I'm afraid I have to end our alliance.
[shoots the German General]
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References Triumph of the Will (1935) See more »


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Timeline Restored
27 September 2009 | by See all my reviews

Captain Archer and Silik organize with the resistance an attack to Vosk's facility to destroy the conduit that he is building to travel back to his century. Silik is killed by a shot of a Nazi and Trip gather to Archer. The Enterprise flies over New York City heading to the plant and firing photonic torpedoes to destroy the time machine. Daniel is alive again and tells Archer that the timeline is restored back to normal, and the Enterprise returns to two hundred years ahead.

Despite the paradoxes, "Storm Front: Part II' is a good conclusion to the last episode. The evil leader of the Temporal Cold War Vosk is destroyed and I believe that if Daniel is resuscitated, the same might have happened to Silik. The Enterprise is back to the normal period of time and ready for a new adventure. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Tempestade Temporal – Part II" ("Temporal Storm – Part II")

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