Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 4, Episode 14

The Aenar (11 Feb. 2005)
"Enterprise" The Aenar (original title)

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Enterprise finds out the marauder was piloted telepathically by an Aenar, a subspecies from Andoria.

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Analyzing the data brought back by Trip and Reed, T'Pol discovers the marauder is being remote controlled by a telepresence. She believes Enterprise is capable of making their own unit, which can disrupt the controls, but a strong telepath is needed. T'Pol and Phlox also discover the pilot was Andorian. The Andorians find out the bio pattern is that of an Aenar, a highly telepathic ice-dwelling subspecies. Archer and Shran descend to the surface of Andoria to visit their compound. Meanwhile Senator Vrax is starting to lose face. Admiral Valdore is convinced things can be still turned around. He plans to destroy Enterprise with two drones, both controlled by their pilot. On Enterprise Trip seems to be distracted at work. He's having trouble adjusting to the new situation with T'Pol. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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One of the Romulans who remotely controls of the camouflage ship is Admiral Valdore. He shares the same name as Commander Donatra's warbird Valdore from Star Trek: Nemesis (2002). It is likely that the warbird was named in honor of the Admiral. See more »

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The Aenar are blind and would have no use for light, even under ground, yet they have plenty of lamps in their dwellings. See more »

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Nijil: We'll be ready to launch in twelve hours.
Admiral Valdore: And the pilot?
Nijil: He's resting.
Admiral Valdore: Will he be ready?
Nijil: I'll make sure that he is.
Admiral Valdore: Spoken like a soldier.
Nijil: I'm a scientist.
Admiral Valdore: We're all soldiers, Nijil - from the moment we're born. When we forget that, we invite disaster.
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Excellent Conclusion of a Trilogy
23 April 2010 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

T'Pol researches the data that Trip and Reed got from the Drone and finds that the ship is telepathically controlled by an Andorian. Shran receives the analysis from Andor and informs that a highly telepathic but pacific subspecies called Aenar is remotely controlling the marauder. Together with Trip and Phlox, T'Pol builds a tele presence unit to interfere with the Drone while Archer and Shran try to convince the Aenar to help them since they need a powerful telepath to operate the unit. They discover that the local Gared was abducted and may be helping the Romulans; however his sister Jhamel is decided to help her brother using the tele presence unit in Enterprise.

"The Aenar" is an excellent conclusion of a trilogy. The story is engaging, with great dialogs, and the screenplay uses a beautiful visual concept in the ice. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Aenar"


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