History Series / StarTrekEnterprise

31st Oct '17 8:19:47 AM StarTropes
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* SpaceClothes: Of all the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' shows, this one falls victim to this the least. Starfleet personnel wear flight suits that clearly look like flight suits, while civilian fashions tend to involve polo shirts, business suits, and other items that resemble late 20th- and early 21st-century attire.
18th Oct '17 2:50:45 AM GoblinCipher
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Ironically, ''Enterprise'' is, by all indications, the only ''Star Trek'' series to take place in both the "old" timeline -- comprising the prior shows and movies -- and the "new" timeline subsequently created by ''Film/StarTrek (2009)'' and ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', with its presence in the former timeline being confirmed by the series finale, and mentions of the now-Admiral Archer and a model NX-01 establishing its presence in the latter. The third film of the "Kelvin" timeline, ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', featured many references to the ''Enterprise''-era and the technology used during the series. Though creators Rick Berman and Brannon Braga suggested early in the show's run that it took place in an alternate universe from ''First Contact'', later episodes [[FlipFlopOfGod disregarded it]] and slotted in perfectly with the series' continuity, to the point where the DistantFinale took place on Jean-Luc Picard's ''Enterprise.''
29th Aug '17 1:19:21 AM TitoMosquito
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Ironically, ''Enterprise'' is, by all indications, the only ''Star Trek'' series to take place in both the "old" timeline -- comprising the prior shows and movies -- and the "new" timeline subsequently created by ''Film/StarTrek (2009)'' and ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', with its presence in the former timeline being confirmed by the series finale, and mentions of the now-Admiral Archer and a model NX-01 establishing its presence in the latter. The third film of the "Kelvin" timeline, ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', featured many references to the ''Enterprise''-era and the technology used during the series. Though creators Rick Berman and Brannon Braga suggested early in the show's run that it took place in alternate universe from ''First Contact'', later episodes [[FlipFlopOfGod disregarded it]] and slotted in perfectly with the series' continuity, to the point where the DistantFinale took place on Jean-Luc Picard's ''Enterprise.''

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Ironically, ''Enterprise'' is, by all indications, the only ''Star Trek'' series to take place in both the "old" timeline -- comprising the prior shows and movies -- and the "new" timeline subsequently created by ''Film/StarTrek (2009)'' and ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', with its presence in the former timeline being confirmed by the series finale, and mentions of the now-Admiral Archer and a model NX-01 establishing its presence in the latter. The third film of the "Kelvin" timeline, ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', featured many references to the ''Enterprise''-era and the technology used during the series. Though creators Rick Berman and Brannon Braga suggested early in the show's run that it took place in an alternate universe from ''First Contact'', later episodes [[FlipFlopOfGod disregarded it]] and slotted in perfectly with the series' continuity, to the point where the DistantFinale took place on Jean-Luc Picard's ''Enterprise.''
23rd Jun '17 2:06:18 AM CyberStrike
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* BiggerOnTheInside: In "Future Tense" a time travel pod with blue organic circuitry and a mixed species pilot, all of which harkens to the Trope Codifier.
--> '''Trip''': Malcolm, how can a ship be bigger on the inside than the outside?\\
'''Malcolm''': This gives space exploration a whole new meaning.
23rd May '17 7:29:13 PM starwolf99
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* HilariousInHindsight: [[Creator/SethMacFarlane Seth MacFarlane]] played an engineer on the NX-02. Now, he's slated to play a captain in a new Star Trek-parody series called "Orville."
23rd May '17 7:28:18 PM starwolf99
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* HilariousInHindsight: [[Creator/SethMacFarlane Seth MacFarlane]] played an engineer on the NX-02. Now, he's slated to play a captain in a new Star Trek-parody series called "Orville."
14th May '17 1:07:50 AM LtFedora
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* Biodata: In the pilot episode, the Klingon courier Klaang carried [[ArtisticLicenseBiology information injected directly into his DNA]], concerning the Suliban's attempts to destabilize the Empire.

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* Biodata: {{Biodata}}: In the pilot episode, the Klingon courier Klaang carried [[ArtisticLicenseBiology information injected directly into his DNA]], concerning the Suliban's attempts to destabilize the Empire.
14th May '17 1:04:43 AM LtFedora
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* VillanousBreakdown: In "Kir'Shara," V'Las loses control of his emotions and starts shouting as his plans fall to pieces, noticeably contrasted with T'Pau's calm.

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* VillanousBreakdown: VillainousBreakdown: In "Kir'Shara," V'Las loses control of his emotions and starts shouting as his plans fall to pieces, noticeably contrasted with T'Pau's calm.
11th May '17 2:13:12 PM GlassRain
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** "Stigma" is an [=AIDs=] allegory when T'Pol is found to have a disease contracted from mind-melding, which is described as "a deviant practice" by this era's Vulcans.

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** "Stigma" is an [=AIDs=] [=AIDS=] allegory when T'Pol is found to have a disease contracted from mind-melding, which is described as "a deviant practice" by this era's Vulcans.



** This trope is played for drama after the afore-mentioned incident in "The Council". Malcolm Reed, usually TheStoic, is shown to be really very upset by the number of crew members ''Enterprise'' has lost since entering the Expanse and the seeming lack of response his fellow senior officers have to the most recent MACO death, and he worries that they're getting too used to losing people.

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** This trope is played for drama after the afore-mentioned aforementioned incident in "The Council". Malcolm Reed, usually TheStoic, is shown to be really very upset by the number of crew members ''Enterprise'' has lost since entering the Expanse and the seeming lack of response his fellow senior officers have to the most recent MACO death, and he worries that they're getting too used to losing people.



* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: The First Monarch, in ''Precious Cargo'', expresses this attitude towards the end regarding future visits from Etnerprise's crew.

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* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: The First Monarch, in ''Precious Cargo'', expresses this attitude towards the end regarding future visits from Etnerprise's Enterprise's crew.
3rd May '17 4:05:30 PM ErikModi
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* ClashOfEvolutionaryLevels: In an instance where nature does most of the work, the ''Enterprise'' finds a planet peacefully cohabited by two slightly different species at different evolutionary levels. The dominant species had a genetic condition which slated them to die out in a couple hundred years, while the lesser species was evolving to replace them. The ''Enterprise'' ultimately did not assist the dominant species as it would alter the planet's natural development. Comparisons to Humans and Neanderthals were made to justify this decision.
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