Star Trek: Enterprise (2001–2005)
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Cold Station 12 

The Augments are on their way to Cold Station 12, where Augments embryos are kept.

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The Augments have escaped in a bird of prey with their 'father' Dr. Arik Soong. To find out where they went, Enterprise goes to the location Soong told the Augments were raised. Someone has been left behind. The augments are on their way to Cold Station 12, where the last Augment embryos are kept. They brought incubators to grow them up. Tensions are building however between Augments leader Malik and Soong. He constantly questions the doctor's leadership and disagrees with about every decision made by him. He thinks it is nonsense that Soong orders that no human life should be taken on the station. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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At one point, it is said that there are a few hundred thousand possible combinations for the hexadecimal password. However, when Lucas finally reveals it, we see on the screen that it is composed of 16 characters, meaning that there were in fact about 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 (about 18.4 quintillion) possibilities. See more »

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Malik: Five minutes after we leave, every stasis field in this station will shut down, releasing hundreds of pathogens. I wonder which one will kill you first.
Capt. Jonathan Archer: Stick around and find out.
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References Star Trek: Space Seed (1967) See more »

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Where My Heart Will Take Me
Written by Diane Warren
Performed by Russell Watson
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I have an even better idea. I'm going to place him in an easily escapable situation involving an overly elaborate and exotic death.
14 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

The above quote is from Dr. Evil in the first Austin Powers movie. It's appropriate because this was funny in a comedy...it is NOT good when it's in a sci-fi drama like "Star Trek: Enterprise! This is the reason I see this as a particularly weak episode.

This is a follow-up to the prior episode where Dr. Soong has created a group of augments--humans with heightened physical and intellectual powers but lacking in conscience. In the previous one, Captain Archer STUPIDLY allowed Soong to escape custody (a major weakness in this first episode). Now in part two, Soong and his 'children' (the augments) go in search of a veritable army of augments Soong wishes to incubate. To do this, they take over a medical research station. Archer and his crew arrive but seem pathetically unable to stop them--again because Archer behaves like a wienie.

When the episode begins, the completely amoral and nasty leader of the augments has every reason to kill Archer. However, instead of just phasering his face (and he IS holding a phaser), he gives it to his bud and begins fighting with Archer. What a dumb cliché! Again, however, he could have just squished Archer's head. Instead, he beats him up and leaves him with SOME chance of escape...like Dr. Evil!! All in all this show has too many clichés and weak plot elements--and it SHOULD have been much better given the idea.


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