An unknown probe fires on Earth from space, cutting a swath from Florida to Venezula. Everything in the path of the attack was destroyed, resulting in the deaths of seven million humans ... See full summary »

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An unknown probe fires on Earth from space, cutting a swath from Florida to Venezula. Everything in the path of the attack was destroyed, resulting in the deaths of seven million humans including Tucker's baby sister Elizabeth. Enterprise is recalled to Earth for upgrades to the ship and to take on military crewman. Silik give Archer a message from the future about Earth's latest enemy. The Klingon Empire gives Duras another chance to capture Archer. Enterprise heads for infamous and dangerous Delphic Expanse. Written by Meribor

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At the end of the second season (May 2003), Paramount announced that "Enterprise" would undergo a major "redirection" in hopes of boosting ratings. The new 9/11-influenced story arc included a revival of the "Starfleet Marine Corps" idea, in the form of the Military Assault Command Operations personnel, called MACOs. (pronounced like the shark in dialog). Major cosmetic changes for T'Pol (including a new hairstyle and wardrobe, and the introduction of more emotion into her character) and a revised version of the controversial theme song were also introduced. See more »

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If the Xindi want to wipe out humanity as the time traveler claims, it makes no sense to send a test weapon that kills millions of people years or even decades ahead of the actual weapon. It only serves to alert humanity to the danger and gets it highly motivated to find out what was behind it. Even if the time traveler is lying and it all turns out a distraction, it is just not plausible enough to work. See more »

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Capt. Jonathan Archer: Sure you still want to tag along?
Sub-Commander T'Pol: It's only logical.
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Edited from Star Trek: Enterprise: Broken Bow: Part 1 (2001) See more »

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Archer's Theme [Enterprise - Music from the Original Television Soundtrack]
Written by Dennis McCarthy
Performed by Dennis McCarthy
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Welcome to the Xindi
22 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There is nothing quite like the laying down of a gauntlet. A race called the Xindi have as part of their mythology, a prediction that in 400 years, the Earth will launch an attack and destroy them. So to prevent this, they lay waste to a huge part of Earth and threaten to destroy the planet. Archer and the crew are called back to retrofit Enterprise and to confront the threat. It takes a lot of convincing to get off the mark. But off they go. Of course, Archer's constant pain in the butt, Duras, the Klingon commander, complicates things by continuing to attack Enterprise. This is a really loaded episode with great possibilities. Once again there are complainers about how this is contrived to raise ratings. What a horrible thing for the producers to do!


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