Star Trek: Enterprise (2001–2005)
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While attending a conference on a proposed interplanetary alliance, Trip and T'Pol find out from a dying woman that they have a baby. Investigation shows the woman was a member of the xenophobic organization Terra Prime.


LeVar Burton


Gene Roddenberry (based upon "Star Trek" created by), Rick Berman (created by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Bakula ... Captain Jonathan Archer
John Billingsley ... Dr. Phlox
Jolene Blalock ... Commander T'Pol
Dominic Keating ... Lieutenant Malcolm Reed
Anthony Montgomery ... Ensign Travis Mayweather
Linda Park ... Ensign Hoshi Sato
Connor Trinneer ... Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III
Harry Groener ... Nathan Samuels
Eric Pierpoint ... Harris
Peter Mensah ... Daniel Greaves
Patrick Fischler ... Mercer
Adam Clark ... Josiah
Steve Rankin ... Colonel Green
Johanna Watts ... Gannet Brooks
Tom Bergeron ... Coridan Ambassador


Enterprise is back on Earth where the crew visits a conference led by minister Nathan Samuels. Humans, Vulcans, Andorians, Tellarites, Denobulans, Rigelians and Coridanites are discussing the formation of an alliance. Suddenly a woman bumps into T'Pol, telling her to prevent the death of somebody. She hands her a vial with a hair before dying of a phase pistol wounds. Dr. Phlox finds out the hair belongs to a child of Trip and T'Pol, but T'Pol claims never to have been pregnant. Archer asks Samuels about the investigation, but senses he is withholding something. He orders Reed to contact Harris. Harris tells him the woman, Susan Khouri, was a member of the xenophobic organization Terra Prime. Meanwhile Travis meets an old friend, reporter Gannet Brooks. She wants to restart the relationship they had. Written by Arnoud Tiele (

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This was the final Star Trek episode to be directed by LeVar Burton. He had previously directed episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager. Burton was also known for portraying the character of Geordi LaForge on Star Trek: The Next Generation as well as the four movies that followed the series. See more »


When Paxton injects himself with the hypo, the liquid in the vial is at the bottom with air in the space above it. When he pulls the trigger, we hear the injection, but no liquid is transferred. As is, he would have injected himself will an air bubble which can be fatal. See more »


[Archer has found out that Samuels was once a member of Terra Prime]
Nathan Samuels: I was very young when I joined Terra Prime.
Captain Jonathan Archer: You were eighteen.
Nathan Samuels: Didn't you make any questionable choices when you were that age, Captain? It was a stupid mistake. I was a fool. My father had died in a freighter accident, and I blamed the pilot who happened to be Denobulan. We all have our demons. I've exorcized mine.
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Archer's Theme [Enterprise - Music from the Original Television Soundtrack]
Written by Dennis McCarthy
Performed by Dennis McCarthy
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Excellent wind-up for the last stretch.
24 February 2017 | by XweAponXSee all my reviews

This final 2-parter gathers up everything that has happened so far in Season 4 and dumps it into two beautiful Episodes.

Speaking of Beautiful, it's Travis' Ex, the lovely Johanna Watts as Gannet Brooks. A "So Called" Reporter, you'll find out why later. Peter Weller is yet another reactionary Meathead Sean Hannity-type who has done some very bad things.

Harry Groener from TNG "Tin Man" is a future politician, "Nathan Samuels", who used to be a member of the Xenophobic Group "Terra Prime". which is a lame future version of the lame "America First".

As Samuels tries to preside over a meeting of ambassadors from several planets, the Brietbart of the future has been soapbox- spouting, and people eating it up because of, of course, the Xindi wiped out 7 million people. Isil hasn't quite caught up with that yet, although Germany surpassed it previously, and people forget that Nazism started with Xenophobia. Then came the Deportation forces and the Concentration camps.

So, this preliminary meeting of the "UFP" does not bode well, because of this Breitbart style Xenophobia spreading. Phlox had been targeted during "Home" by a redneck in a bar.

Other things that didn't help much were a woman appearing and dying in front of everyone from a Disruptor blast, cryptically saying "They are gonna kill 'her'", whoever 'her' is.

And then it appears that Starfleet Security wants to shovel it all under the carpet. Archer finds a way around it, and Malcolm must needs meet his "Section 31" associate once more.

This 'Sode is a bunch of puzzle pieces being creatively put together, and it's marvelous. But just wait until the Conclusion!

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