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Two Days and Two Nights 

After several delays, the Enterprise crew gets some well-deserved shore leave on the famed pleasure planet Risa. Commander Tucker and Lieutenant Reed eagerly seek out female companionship, ... See full summary »

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Ravis
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Dee'Ahn Female
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Risan Man
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After several delays, the Enterprise crew gets some well-deserved shore leave on the famed pleasure planet Risa. Commander Tucker and Lieutenant Reed eagerly seek out female companionship, only to fall into a tourist trap. Captain Archer meets an attractive female who seems to be more interested in his knowledge of the Suliban than his companionship. Hoshi Sato meets a fellow vacationer and they share more than each other's native languages. Doctor Phlox takes the opportunity to hibernate, only to be rudely awakened when Mayweather needs medical treatment. Written by Meribor

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15 May 2002 (USA)  »

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The door control in Archer's villa is shaped like a horga'hn. The horga'hn symbol also appeared on storage containers in the basement under the nightclub. See more »

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After injecting Travis with the antidote for his allergic reaction to the Risan drug, Phlox unceremoniously leaves the hypospray on Travis's chest. When the camera angle changes, the hypospray is nowhere to be found. See more »

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Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: What about you, Hoshi? Do anything constructive?
Ensign Hoshi Sato: As a matter of fact, I learned... several new conjugations.
[after spending the past night in bed with an alien]
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Archer's Theme [Enterprise - Music from the Original Television Soundtrack]
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Performed by Dennis McCarthy
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Heaping pile of clichés...
26 June 2013 | by (Cambridge, Ma) – See all my reviews

If it is possible to think of a tired, threadbare, over-used comedic gimmick from any romantic comedy, these writers did. I understand _Enterprise_ was approaching the end of a long first season, so perhaps the writing staff were the ones sorely in need of a vacation. Still, this shameful waste of time dishonors the proud name of Star Trek. The Next Generation episode "Captain's Holiday" gives a much funnier and more endearing portrait of the galaxy's favorite shore-leave stop, Risa. Watch that instead, even if you've seen it before. I would have given this episode a "1", except that -- as a Star Trek fanatic -- I feel compelled to provide every episode a respectable rating. Besides, this installment is superior to the absolute worst of Star Trek (the Original Series' "Spock's Brain", the Next Generation's "Shades of Grey" etc.), so I have shown it mercy. "Two Days and Two Nights" doesn't pioneer new ways of being awful -- it simply recycles every bad joke you've ever heard.


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