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Tucker and Reed return in Shuttlepod One to rendez-vous with Enterprise, only to find evidence that it has been destroyed. An unknown phenomenon, resembling a myth known as a "micro-singularity," damages the shuttlepod, leaving the men only days of breathable air and no way to call for help. Written by Meribor

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This is essentially Star Trek: Enterprise (2001)'s first so-called 'bottle episode'; a low-budget episode made with existing sets and relatively few cast members and special effects, to save money for more expensive episodes. Although the practice itself is older, the term 'bottle episode' actually originated during production of the original Star Trek (1966), where cast and crew referred to them as 'ship-in-a-bottle episodes', since they usually took place entirely aboard the ship. See more »

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Trip states that the Bourbon will keep him warm. Just the opposite is true. Drinking alcohol will accelerate hypothermia by dilating the peripheral blood vessels. This leads to the feeling of warmth, but increases the body's heat loss. See more »

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[Tucker is indulging in reminiscences about a long lost love]
Commander Tucker: Ah, Ruby... Whatever happened to you?
Lt. Reed: Ruby? You don't mean the waitress Ruby?
Commander Tucker: You knew Ruby?
Lt. Reed: Uh... I knew her more times than I can remember.
Commander Tucker: Ouch!
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Boring and Forgettable
25 November 2007 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While returning in Shuttlepod One, Lieutenant Malcolm Reed and Commander Tucker believe that the Enterprise has been destroyed. Without communication and with limited quantity of oxygen, they have no expectation of being rescued in deep space. To make things worse, micro-singularities hit the shuttlepod, damaging it hull and one tank of oxygen, reducing their autonomy to less than three days.

"Shuttlepod" is a boring and forgettable episode and certainly the worst episode of the First Season up to now. It is only funny to see that Malcolm has a crush on the gorgeous T'Pol. My vote is four.

Title (Brazil): "Nave Auxiliar" ("Auxiliary Vessel")


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