The Enterprise finds a Xindi ship crashed on the surface of a planet, and while the team lead by Captain Archer is investigating, they meet an insectoid hatchery in a compartment protected by heavy and reinforced bulkheads. Reed realizes that the air inside is breathable and the group removes the helmet of the breathing apparatuses, but Archer is hit by a sort of substance on his face and sent to the sickbay. After the examination, Dr. Phlox realizes that no damage was caused to Captain Archer, but the crew notes that he becomes obsessed to save the insectoid offspring claiming humanistic reasons. When he orders to give one third of the supply of antimatter to restart the reactor of the Xindi ship to maintain the life support system of the hatchery, T'Pol questions his command and is confined in her cabin. Then Reed, Trip and Dr. Phlox are successively dismissed, and the senior officers decide that only a mutiny can save the Enterprise.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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M.A.C.O. Marine Major Hayes mentioned being trained at West Point (the location of the United States Military Academy). Although the present-day "wet navy" U.S. Marine officers are trained at the U.S. Naval Academy (Annapolis, MD), it's certainly likely that space marines in the far future (such as Hayes) would be trained elsewhere. See more
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Captain Jonathan Archer
[after T'Pol has refused to follow an order
You may not be wearing a uniform. But you can still be charged with insubordination.
Perhaps we should contact Starfleet and discuss this with Admiral Forrest.
Archer's Theme [Enterprise - Music from the Original Television Soundtrack]
Written by Dennis McCarthy
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