The Enterprise has been in the Delphic Expanse for six weeks and have yet to get any intel about the Xindi. Strange anomalies affect the ship, sending cargo flying violently through the ... See full summary »

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The Enterprise has been in the Delphic Expanse for six weeks and have yet to get any intel about the Xindi. Strange anomalies affect the ship, sending cargo flying violently through the bays, pockets of atmosphere losing gravity and other incidents defying the known laws of physics. T'Pol helps Trip's insomnia with an intimate Vulcan therapy. Archer and Trip find another race of Xindi imprisoned in a mine. Written by Meribor

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The Xindi-Insectoid was created via motion capturing, whereby an actor in a special suit acts out a performance, and the creature is later digitally painted over it. The special effects team was won over by the technique after seeing Gollum in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), who was also realized in this way. See more »

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The Xindi miner that Archer and Trip help to escape the mining facility is seen climbing a ladder to the surface. From the camera angle, one can plainly see a "Vibram" logo on the sole of his boot - clearly a goof, unless, of course, Vibram became an intergalactic company so large that, by the 22nd Century, it sold its products in the Delphic Expanse. See more »

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[the containers in one of the cargo bays keep flying from one wall to another]
Captain Jonathan Archer: Any volatile material in those containers?
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: I would've known by now.
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Where My Heart Will Take Me
Written by Diane Warren
Performed by Russell Watson
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It's Not Real; It's Entertainment
22 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode carries on from the last episode in Season 2. We are now looking toward an encounter with the Xindi, who are the new bad guys. They are a planet with five distinct species. On board the Enterprise we have a group of skilled marine type figures, sort of like special forces. They may present a problem at times because they are really arrogant but can back up their claims of superiority. As Trip and the Captain try to get information on the Xindi, they are taken captive (anything familiar) on another penal colony. They have a narrow escape, trusting someone who is a deceiver. Also, Trip gets some therapy. I have to say again, that if one is so cynical about a really positive episode because of some super knowledge of all the other fictional accounts in the canon, he should just stop watching it because there is no enjoying anything. I have seen every Star Trek episode and every movie prior to this and find this a good deal of fun.


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