Star Trek: Enterprise (2001–2005)
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"Rajiin" is an episode of Star Trek: Enterprise starring Scott Bakula, John Billingsley, and Jolene Blalock. Enterprise helps an alien woman, Rajiin, seeking to escape her life as a sex slave. Once on board she uses her alien abilities to gather biometric data about humans and is recaptured by her employers, the Xindi council.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Captain Jonathan Archer
... Dr. Phlox
... Sub-Commander T'Pol
... Lieutenant Malcolm Reed
... Ensign Travis Mayweather
... Ensign Hoshi Sato
... Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III
... Rajiin
... Xindi-Primate Councilor
... Degra
... Jannar
... Commander Dolim
... Zjod
... B'Rat
B.K. Kennelly ... Alien Merchant (as BK Kennelly)


Enterprise visits a trading colony on a planet in the Expanse. A chemist offers to sell them the formula for synthesizing trellium-D, a hull insulation vital for travel through the Expanse. Archer, Reed and Trip trade a variety of Earth spices for the formula. Returning to the shuttle, Archer passes a pimp selling sex slaves. One of the slaves, Rajiin, runs from the pimp and begs Archer to help her escape. On board, Rajiin uses her charm to make contact with several crew members. Written by Meribor

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Among the items being sold by hawkers at the floating market were dried cuttlefish and ostrich eggs. See more »


When Capt. Archer rescues Rajiin from the market, she's wearing a white dress. When she has dinner with him aboard Enterprise, she is wearing the same dress, but in blue. How did she acquire a second dress, identical in every way except its color? It's unlikely Enterprise would happen to have it on board. See more »


Sub-Commander T'Pol: Some of our calculations may have been slightly off.
[after obliterating the lab in the attempt to synthesize trellium-D]
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Referenced in Star Trek: Enterprise: Carpenter Street (2003) See more »


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The Xindi Are At The Doorstep!
23 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

I guess if I tried to eliminate sexuality from every TV show, there wouldn't be much left. It's a part of our world. This set of episodes is so much more entertaining than what we've seen and if there is a little skin, so what. I notice no one is launching complaints about Trip taking off his shirt. I guess we have a double standard. The young prostitute was effective because of her looks. Her eyes and her appearance affected Archer and the others. They used some bad judgment for sure, but it was a natural thing for a compassionate man to try to rescue her. Do people think that another alien who was in fear for his or her life wouldn't have received that compassion? The Xindi know human nature. The fact is that she had special powers that were utilized by an amoral race.

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