Captain Archer must convince Vulcans, Tellarites and Andorians to unite to find the Romulan ship.



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The Romulan chameleon ship changes its appearance to that of Enterprise and destroys a Rigellian ship. It's becoming more and more clear they are trying to destabilize the region and captain Archer is determined to find it. T'Pol suggests creating a network of 128 ships. Since the Vulcans can't send enough ships, Archer must convince the Tellarites and Andorians to cooperate. It will be hard, especially Shran seems really upset that his partner Talas has been injured. Meanwhile Trip and Reed try to disable the ship from the inside. They are up against the Romulans controlling the ship, who do everything in their power to stop them. Written by Arnoud Tiele (

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T'Pol tells Captain Archer there is an old Vulcan saying, "One man can summon the future". This is a nod to the original Star Trek: Mirror, Mirror (1967), in which the "alternate" Spock tells Captain Kirk the Mirror-Vulcan saying "One man cannot summon the future". See more »


The Romulan Admiral Valdore tells Trip the radiation will kill him in 7 minutes. Given the very limited Romulan/Human contact to this point it is unlikely that Valdore would know how much radiation humans could tolerate. See more »


Captain Jonathan Archer: [to Gral] Instead of insulting you to make you feel at home...
Captain Jonathan Archer: [to Shran] and putting up with your arrogance as a sign of my respect - why don't the two of you try behaving like Humans for a change?
Tellarite Ambassador Gral: And you said you wouldn't be insulting?
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References Star Trek: Enterprise: Shadows of P'Jem (2002) See more »


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Excellent Sequel
23 April 2010 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

The Drone changes her configuration to the Enterprise and destroys a Rigelian scout ship with a complement of eighteen after the release of the distress signal to blame Archer. Meanwhile the truce between Shran and Gral is on hold and T'Pol calculates the need of one hundred and twenty-eight ships to create a network to catch the marauder ship. Archer tries to convince the Tellarites and the Andorians to help the Enterprise to destroy the Drone that is destabilizing the area; however Talas dies and Shran challenges Naarg to an Andorian duel called Ushaan. Archer concludes that the Tellarites and the Andorians would not be spendable and decides to be the substitute for Naarg in the mortal combat.

"United" is an excellent sequel of "Babel One". The alliance between Tellarites and Andorians seems to be the principle of the Federation. Shran with one antenna cut is the funniest part of this episode. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Unidos" ("United")

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