Archer takes Degra's ship to try to prevent Earth from being destroyed and gets some unexpected help. Enterprise tries to destroy Sphere 41, but the Sphere Builders know about the plan.

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Due to the intervention of the Sphere Builders, the coalition of Humans, Primates, Arboreals and Aquatics was unable to stop the weapon from being launched. It is now only 10 hours before the weapon arrives at Earth. Only one ship is capable of catching up: the lightning-fast, but nearly powerless ship of Degra. While Archer and a team embark on a seemingly impossible mission, they get some unexpected help. Meanwhile Enterprise is send to keep their promise to the Aquatics. T'Pol and Trip still believe the destruction of Sphere 41 will do the trick, but the Sphere Builders are aware of their plans. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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The window behind Daniels and Jonathan Archer in the signing ceremony scene is a reuse of the port used on the USS Enterprise-J in ENT: "Azati Prime", which was also a scene where Daniels brought Archer into the future. See more »

Goofs

Travis, flying down to San Francisco in 1944, says everything "looks normal." But the inhabited regions of the Bay Area would be dramatically smaller, the Richmond-San Raphael Beidge (built 1957) and San Mateo Bridge (built 1967) would be missing. See more »

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Commander Dolim: If they had made us the dominant species before the wars, our homeworld would still exist.
Xindi-Reptilian Lieutenant: And our Avian brothers would still fill the skies.
Commander Dolim: We should be grateful that the Guardians have finally come to their senses. Once Earth is destroyed, the Reptilians will take their rightful place at the head of a new Xindi empire.
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Where My Heart Will Take Me
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Performed by Russell Watson
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The entire human race depends on Hoshi?! CRAP!!!
10 April 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

The important thing to know about this episode that it pulls out all the stops and EVERYONE and EVERYTHING comes together at once to win the day for the human race and the nascent Federation...and in the end, it all boils down to Hoshi!!! NO!!!! Considering what a whiny thing she's been, then it looks like we are all screwed, right?! Well, maybe not.

The episode begins with the super-weapon coming towards Earth--with Archer in Degra's lightly armed ship in pursuit. At the same time, Enterprise is on a mission to destroy a sphere--and hopefully destroy the network of spheres.

In this show, there are lots of surprises--including a visit from my favorite character from the series. This one will keep your pulse pounding and is THE show to see from the series. A definite must- see and a thrilling finale to the Xindi war.


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