History Series / StarTrekEnterprise

23rd Apr '16 3:28:36 AM JackG
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* StrawVulcan: Over the course of four years, T'Pol undergoes a MindRape that brings up traumatic memories of losing her emotional control in a jazz nightclub, remembers repressed memories of a line-of-duty killing (that also led to a loss of emotional control), suffers from Pa'nar Syndrome that degrades her neural pathways (leading to loss of emotional control), becomes addicted to Trellium-D (which causes loss of emotional control), and is infected by a microbe that makes her undergo a premature ''pon farr'' (leading to loss of emotional control and clothing). It seems the writers believed that the only way T'Pol's character could develop was to take away the characteristics that made her different from humans.
27th Feb '16 11:18:12 AM morenohijazo
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* NotReallyABirthScene: In an episode, Dr. Phlox is putting Malcolm through some physical therapy for a leg injury, and it looks a lot like a birth scene, including Dr. Phlox telling Malcolm to push.
29th Dec '15 2:18:00 PM morenohijazo
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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.
9th Dec '15 1:28:52 PM Konczewski
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** The pilot episode "Broken Bow" has a Klingon crash on Earth in Nebraska and was shot by a farmer with a plasma rifle that has the mechanical behavior of a lever-action shotgun. It gave the series a stronger TwentyMinutesInTheFuture tone that set it apart from other ''Franchise/StarTrek'' shows.

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** The pilot episode "Broken Bow" has a Klingon crash on Earth in Nebraska Oklahoma and was shot by a farmer with a plasma rifle that has the mechanical behavior of a lever-action shotgun. It gave the series a stronger TwentyMinutesInTheFuture tone that set it apart from other ''Franchise/StarTrek'' shows.
29th Nov '15 6:55:04 AM bobfrank
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* GladToBeAliveSex: It's implied that this has been going on on Earth on a planet-wide scale following the Xindi attack, with a record number of marriages and births over the next year.
29th Nov '15 4:19:30 AM bobfrank
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* FemmeFatale: Mirror!Hoshi becomes a rather unexpected example of this trope.
28th Nov '15 6:44:49 AM bobfrank
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* SuperDickery: Archer and Hoshi start off "Babel" in a big argument that culminates in him suggesting she might want to leave in a shuttle pod if she's so dissatisfied with the state of things on Enterprise, and oh-by-the-way she's looking a little bit heavy lately. [[spoiler: Then she grins and says "that was a nice touch." Turns out they were practicing proper etiquette for dealing with a Tellarite ambassador. Tellarites apparently love to argue over everything.]]
28th Nov '15 4:17:12 AM bobfrank
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* TonightSomeoneDies: Actually used in-universe in "Observer Effect", where two crew members are possessed by non-corporeal life forms observing how Enterprise is going to react to a lethal infection on board their ship. As they discuss it, one of them remarks that they've been watching people get infected on this planet for centuries, and someone ''always'' dies.
28th Nov '15 4:03:52 AM bobfrank
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* ExtremeMultilingual: Hoshi. We find out in "Observer Effect" just how extreme: when she has nightmares, she cries out in her sleep ''in several different languages!''
28th Nov '15 3:47:56 AM bobfrank
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* VerbalTic: Phlox tends to--hmm?--speak with one.
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