History Series / StarTrekEnterprise

15th Sep '16 3:54:31 AM qx100
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** Hoshi also falls into the same trap in "Exile" - when a telepathic alien appeals to her and assumes a very human shape, she is eager to meet him and have him help them out, but when she finds out that he is a far less handsome and more alien humanoid, she becomes outright hostile and cold, despite how kind and compassionate the alien acts. Both she and Archer are instantly suspicious and hostile when they see he's not human and both have a "feeling" and then, of course, the plot rewards them when it turns out the alien is [[AbductionIsLove lying about his motives for doing so]]. The key point is that Hoshi and Archer only develop this "feeling" and become hostile based on seeing what the alien looks like, despite Hoshi being incredibly eager to meet him during the time when he was actually invading her mind and appeared human to her.
20th Aug '16 10:09:22 AM htuttle
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''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', "The Seventh"
20th Aug '16 10:08:54 AM htuttle
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* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot:
** "A Night in Sickbay". Porthos contracts a deadly disease, the NX-01 offends a major galactic power, ''and'' the ship is stranded and need of a rare component. At least Tucker and T'Pol lampshade it.
** "The Seventh". It seems weird that T’Pol's phaser did not have a “stun” setting. The way that T’Pol talks about “[[TheseHandsHaveKilled the despair of having taken a life]]” suggests that this was the only time that she ever killed. The Vulcan High Command must have at least one operative better-suited to a dangerous task -- particularly if the operative was not going to be equipped with a weapon that can stun. But if she did, there would be no plot.
''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', "The Seventh"
9th Aug '16 3:11:11 AM Blazer
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''Star Trek: Enterprise'' is the fourth and final SpinOff of the long-running ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise. It ran from 2001-2005.

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''Star Trek: Enterprise'' is the fourth and final SpinOff of the long-running ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise. It ran from 2001-2005.
7th Aug '16 1:39:35 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* TheGhost: Chef is mentioned numerous times over the course of the series, but he never appears.
4th Aug '16 10:55:30 AM eowynjedi
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* NotSoDifferent: When Trip rants about Orion slavery in "Borderland," Soong points out that someone with such a strong Southern accent probably has ancestors who had a hand in the chattel slavery of their own time. Of course, that's not likely to be true unless Trip's ancestors were among the very richest families of their day, but Soong scores the point nonetheless.

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* NotSoDifferent: NotSoDifferent:
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When Trip rants about Orion slavery in "Borderland," Soong points out that someone with such a strong Southern accent probably has ancestors who had a hand in the chattel slavery of their own time. Of course, that's not likely to be true unless Trip's ancestors were among the very richest families of their day, but Soong scores the point nonetheless.nonetheless.
** There's a subtle moment inn "The Forge" when Archer has a little chuckle as T'Pol relates the difficulties that have arisen between Surak's time and the present.
---> '''T'Pol:''' Over the centuries, his followers made copies of his teachings.\\
'''Archer:''' Let me guess: with the originals lost, whatever's left is open to interpretation.\\
'''T'Pol:''' You find this amusing?\\
'''Archer:''' I find it familiar.
29th Jul '16 7:52:15 AM Ripburger
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ENT is a prequel series set in the 22nd century, around 100 years before ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''--though in practice, it worked better as a [[{{Interquel}} semi-sequel]] to ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', as hinted by the early appearances of Creator/JamesCromwell and ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' aliens like the Nausicaans, Borg and Ferengi. Nearly one hundred years after Dr. Cochrane's historic warp flight, Captain Jonathan Archer is put in command of the ''Enterprise'' (NX-01), a cutting-edge warp 5 starship. The key selling point of this series was that space travel was not as casual as it became later in the chronology; most ships hadn't even left Earth's solar system. Unlike the previous ''Trek'' series, these crewmembers were also prone to swear and [[{{Fanservice}} walk around in their underwear]]. The series only lasted four seasons, making it the shortest-lived ''Star Trek'' since ''[[WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries The Animated Series]]'', and the [[FollowUpFailure shortest-lived]] live-action series in the franchise other than the original.

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ENT is a prequel series set in the 22nd century, around 100 years before ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''--though in practice, it worked better as a [[{{Interquel}} semi-sequel]] to ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', as hinted by the early appearances of Creator/JamesCromwell and ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' aliens like the Nausicaans, Borg and Ferengi. Nearly one hundred years after Dr. Cochrane's historic warp flight, Captain Jonathan Archer is put in command of the ''Enterprise'' (NX-01), a cutting-edge warp 5 starship. The key selling point of this series was that space travel was not as casual as it became later in the chronology; most ships hadn't even left Earth's solar system. Unlike the previous ''Trek'' series, these crewmembers were also prone to swear and [[{{Fanservice}} walk around in their underwear]]. The series only lasted four seasons, making it the shortest-lived ''Star Trek'' since ''[[WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries The Animated Series]]'', and the [[FollowUpFailure shortest-lived]] shortest-lived live-action series series]] in the franchise other than the original.
26th Jul '16 8:30:42 PM Ripburger
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* : "Canamar" Archer and Tucker are mistaken for smugglers.

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* : ** "Canamar" Archer and Tucker are mistaken for smugglers.



%%* CowboyEpisode: "North Star."

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%%* * CowboyEpisode: "North Star."Star" took place on a human colony in the Expanse. The culture there is bizarrely informed by the American west, a la "Spectre of the Gun" (TOS).
26th Jul '16 8:28:19 PM Ripburger
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ENT is a prequel series set in the 22nd century, around 100 years before ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''--though in practice, it worked better as a [[{{Interquel}} semi-sequel]] to ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', as hinted by the early appearances of Creator/JamesCromwell and ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' aliens like the Nausicaans, Borg and Ferengi. Nearly one hundred years after Dr. Cochrane's historic warp flight, Captain Jonathan Archer is put in command of the ''Enterprise'' (NX-01), a cutting-edge warp 5 starship. The key selling point of this series was that space travel was not as casual as it became later in the chronology; most ships hadn't even left Earth's solar system. Unlike the previous ''Trek'' series, these crewmembers were also prone to swear and [[{{Fanservice}} walk around in their underwear]]. The series only lasted four seasons, making it the shortest-lived ''Star Trek'' since ''[[WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries The Animated Series]], and the [[FollowUpFailure shortest-lived]] live-action series in the franchise other than the original.

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ENT is a prequel series set in the 22nd century, around 100 years before ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''--though in practice, it worked better as a [[{{Interquel}} semi-sequel]] to ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', as hinted by the early appearances of Creator/JamesCromwell and ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' aliens like the Nausicaans, Borg and Ferengi. Nearly one hundred years after Dr. Cochrane's historic warp flight, Captain Jonathan Archer is put in command of the ''Enterprise'' (NX-01), a cutting-edge warp 5 starship. The key selling point of this series was that space travel was not as casual as it became later in the chronology; most ships hadn't even left Earth's solar system. Unlike the previous ''Trek'' series, these crewmembers were also prone to swear and [[{{Fanservice}} walk around in their underwear]]. The series only lasted four seasons, making it the shortest-lived ''Star Trek'' since ''[[WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries The Animated Series]], Series]]'', and the [[FollowUpFailure shortest-lived]] live-action series in the franchise other than the original.



%%* ClearMyName: "Detained", "Canamar", "[[KangarooCourt Judgement]]".

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%%* ClearMyName: "Detained", "Canamar", "[[KangarooCourt Judgement]]".* ClearMyName:
** "Detained": Archer is detained under suspicion of leaking intel to the Suliban.
*: "Canamar" Archer and Tucker are mistaken for smugglers.
** A Klingon Kourtroom episode, "Judgement", which also pays homage to ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry''.
26th Jul '16 8:23:03 PM Ripburger
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ENT is a prequel series set in the 22nd century, around 100 years before ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''--though in practice, it worked better as a [[{{Interquel}} semi-sequel]] to ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', as hinted by the early appearances of Creator/JamesCromwell and ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' aliens like the Nausicaans, Borg and Ferengi. Nearly one hundred years after Dr. Cochrane's historic warp flight, Captain Jonathan Archer is put in command of the ''Enterprise'' (NX-01), a cutting-edge warp 5 starship. The key selling point of this series was that space travel was not as casual as it became later in the chronology; most ships hadn't even left Earth's solar system. Unlike the previous ''Trek'' series, these crewmembers were also prone to swear and [[{{Fanservice}} walk around in their underwear]]. The series only lasted four seasons, making it the shortest-lived ''Star Trek'' since the [[WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries animated series]], and the shortest-lived live-action series in the franchise other than [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries the original]].

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ENT is a prequel series set in the 22nd century, around 100 years before ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''--though in practice, it worked better as a [[{{Interquel}} semi-sequel]] to ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', as hinted by the early appearances of Creator/JamesCromwell and ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' aliens like the Nausicaans, Borg and Ferengi. Nearly one hundred years after Dr. Cochrane's historic warp flight, Captain Jonathan Archer is put in command of the ''Enterprise'' (NX-01), a cutting-edge warp 5 starship. The key selling point of this series was that space travel was not as casual as it became later in the chronology; most ships hadn't even left Earth's solar system. Unlike the previous ''Trek'' series, these crewmembers were also prone to swear and [[{{Fanservice}} walk around in their underwear]]. The series only lasted four seasons, making it the shortest-lived ''Star Trek'' since the [[WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries animated series]], ''[[WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries The Animated Series]], and the shortest-lived [[FollowUpFailure shortest-lived]] live-action series in the franchise other than [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries the original]].
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