After Silik attacked 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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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 second part of this WWII era episode is even weirder, as Archer and Silik become allies!!
11 April 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Of all the episodes of "Star Trek: Enterprise", this two-parter is the strangest. I am not sure if it's because the show jumped the shark or they were being really clever. All I know is that it is strange and I could see how fans might be a bit put off by this.

Part one brought the Enterprise to WWII-era Earth. The Nazis, inexplicably, are being helped by aliens!! Because of this, they are kicking American butt! So why would these ugly-faced galactic dudes be on Earth and why would they help the Nazis?! If that isn't strange enough, you'll see Archer team up with mobsters to help defeat well as Silik!!! If you remember, Silik is the time traveler who battles the good time cops! To see how all this works together and actually makes sense, see the show. It's well done but perhaps too goofy for my taste.

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