“Star Trek: Enterprise” Episode Titles
Set in the 22nd century, a hundred years before James T. Kirk helmed the famous starship of the same name, ENTERPRISE takes place in an era when interstellar travel is still in its infancy. Captain Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula) has assembled a crew of brave explorers to chart the galaxy on a revolutionary spacecraft: Enterprise NX-01. As the first human beings to venture into deep space, these pioneers will experience the wonder and mystery of the final frontier as they seek out new life and new civilizations. (from the press release for the series)
First Season – Second Season – Third Season – Fourth Season
- September 26, 2001: Broken Bow (Pilot): Scott Bakula stars in this Star Trek prequel set one century before the Capt. Kirk era, about 150 years from today. Enterprise follows the adventures of Earth’s first warp-driven starship, commanded by Bakula’s willful Capt. Jonathan Archer. Sharp dialogue and touches of sly continuity (Citizen Baines’ James Cromwell briefly reprises his Zephram Cochrane role from the film First Contact) spark the explosive premiere, as Archer volunteers to go where no human has gone before to return a Klingon to his home planet — over the objections of Earth’s Vulcan allies.
- October 3, 2001: Fight or Flight: The crew is restless after two weeks without contact with sentient life, but an encounter with an alien vessel soon alleviates the boredom as the away team discovers the ship is littered with corpses.
- October 10, 2001: Strange New World: The discovery of an Earthlike world proves irresistible to Trip, who persuades Archer to allow his survey team to camp on the planet’s surface — unaware of a gathering storm. After relocating into nearby caves, members of the crew become convinced they are being watched.
- October 17, 2001: Unexpected: After discovering the presence of a damaged alien vessel, Archer dispatches Trip to its aid, but the engineer’s encounter with a Xyrillian female has an unexpected side effect.
- October 24, 2001: Terra Nova: Archer’s determination to solve the mystery of Terra Nova, a legendary lost deep-space colony, leads to a tense encounter with a tribe of human-hating cave-dwellers.
- October 31, 2001: The Andorian Incident: Archer’s curiosity about an ancient monastery unwittingly places his crew in the midst of a long-standing interstellar conflict between the Vulcans and their arch rivals, the Andorians.
- November 7, 2001: Breaking the Ice: A Vulcan starship interferes with Archer’s probe of an oversize comet in a smartly-scripted episode that highlights T’Pol’s private turmoil. Early episodes have emphasized the tensions between humans and Vulcans, and no series character embodies that strife more than the icy T’Pol. Here, circumstances force a character thaw when Trip becomes privy to the content of coded — and personal — messages sent by T’Pol to the Vulcan vessel Ti’Mir. Ti’Mir’s captain (William Utay), meanwhile, is less than communicative with the suspicious Archer, who must swallow his pride when an emergency arises.
- November 14, 2001: Civilization: Disguised as locals, Archer and his expedition explore a civilization bedeviled by a virulent ailment possibly linked to a covert — and anomalous — nuclear reactor. Determined to find the truth, the captain teams up with a local apothecary (Diane DiLascio), leading to a close encounter between the two.
- November 21, 2001: Fortunate Son: Enterprise answers a distress signal from a damaged Earth freighter whose acting commander thirsts for revenge against the Nausicaan pirates who attacked his ship and wounded the captain. Directed by LeVar Burton (Star Trek: Next Generation).
- November 28, 2001: Cold Front: Archer invites a group of alien stargazers to witness a stellar event aboard Enterprise, not realizing the Suliban agent Silik (John Fleck) is among the guests. Robert Duncan McNeill (Star Trek: Voyager) directed the episode.
- January 16, 2002: Silent Enemy: The ship is attacked by an unidentified vessel. In other events, Archer wants to give Reed a personalized birthday present.
- January 23, 2002: Dear Doctor: The fascination with human behavior and culture expressed by Dr. Phlox in his letter to a peer is contrasted by his dissenting view of the crew’s treatment of a dying alien race.
- January 30, 2002: Sleeping Dogs: Archer dispatches a shuttle to the aid of a disabled Klingon vessel, whose leader orchestrates an ambush that leaves Reed, T’Pol and Hoshi stranded aboard the aliens’ unstable ship.
- February 6, 2002: Shadows of P’Jem: T’Pol’s sudden transfer from the Enterprise startles Archer, who can’t tell if he is more upset with the order or by her indifferent attitude about the reassignment. The captain’s frustrations are soon multiplied when both he and T’Pol are taken captive by militant Andorians.
- February 13, 2002: Shuttlepod One: Trip and Reed are dispatched on a shuttle mission to investigate an asteroid field and are cut off from Enterprise, thereby becoming convinced the starship has been destroyed and that their days are numbered. This episode was penned by series creators Brannon Braga and Rick Berman.
- February 27, 2002: Fusion: A renegade Vulcan sect gets under T’Pol’s skin in this well-scripted episode. Like most Vulcans, T’Pol buries her feelings beneath layers of logic, but the same cannot be said of the Vahklas, a group that embraces emotion. When the Enterprise encounters a ship carrying the sect, the disciplined T’Pol is wary, but agrees to experiment with their alternative lifestyle under the tutelage of the Vahkla Tolaris (Enrique Murciano). Veteran Trekkers may appreciate this episode for its manifestation of the Vulcan mind meld — a form of intimate telepathy (“my thoughts to your thoughts”)— some 100 years before the era of Mr. Spock.
- March 20, 2002: Rogue Planet: The crew explores a jungle planet that’s been turned into a hunting ground by a race of stalkers called the Eska. There, a shadowy woman makes contact with Archer.
- March 27, 2002: Acquisition: The crew battles Ferengi thieves in a witty episode accented by snappy dialogue. Star Trek alumni Ethan Phillips (Voyager) and Jeffrey Combs (Deep Space Nine) play cousins who are among the pirates boarding the Enterprise. The greedy Ferengi — who take pride in their 173 bizarre “rules of acquisition” — search for gold after sedating the crew with gas. But Trip, who had been half-naked in a decontamination chamber, escapes the vapors. He plots with Archer to thwart the aliens, and awakens a puzzled T’Pol to ask for her help. “Just because a guy’s in his underwear,” Trip quips, “you think the worst.”
- April 3, 2002: Oasis: After hearing of a supposedly haunted alien ship, Archer decides to cannibalize the ship’s husk to replenish Enterprise’s supplies and discovers the vessel is inhabited after all. Rene Auberjonois (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) plays Ezrel.
- April 24, 2002: Detained: Dean Stockwell appears in a well-written tale that reunites him with his former Quantum Leap costar Scott Bakula. The story opens with Archer and Mayweather in a Tandaran prison alongside members of the shapeshifting Suliban. Col. Grat (Stockwell), the commandant, explains that the Tandarans are at war with the Suliban and that Archer’s shuttle was impounded after it entered a restricted area. “You might think about putting up a `no trespassing’ sign,” quips Archer. But Archer’s not amused when a prisoner (Dennis Christopher) tells him the Suliban — women and children included — are being imprisoned solely because of their race.
- May 1, 2002: Vox Solis: Following a series of misunderstandings that sent a group of visiting aliens off the Enterprise in a huff, an unidentifiable alien parasite boards the ship to feed off the crew’s bodies. It falls to insecure Hoshi to save her comrades by communicating with the creature. Roxann Dawson (Star Trek: Voyager) directed the episode.
- May 8, 2002: Fallen Hero: The Enterprise is ordered to retrieve Vulcan ambassador V’Lar, who stands accused of criminal misconduct, from the planet Mazar. Although T’Pol claims that “Vulcans don’t have heroes,” it’s obvious that she admires the diplomat — and is shaken by the charges leveled against her. Meanwhile, Archer becomes suspicious when emissaries from Mazar request V’Lar’s return for “additional questioning.”
- May 8, 2002: Desert Crossing: When Archer and Trip repair a vessel belonging to an alien leader (Clancy Brown) the Earthmen are repaid with an invitation to their new friend’s volatile world.
- May 15, 2002: Two Days and Two Nights: T’Pol talks Archer into joining the shore-leave party on the planet Risa, where he encounters a troubled alien beauty (Dey Young); Hoshi learns a new language from a local man (Rudolf Martin); a pair of aliens take advantage of Trip and Reed; Dr. Phlox’s hibernation is disrupted by Mayweather’s injury. Directed by Michael Dorn (who played Worf on Star Trek: The Next Generation).
- May 22, 2002: Shockwave: Archer and his crew are implicated in the deaths of alien colonists in a well-crafted cliffhanger that concludes the series’ maiden season. While en route to a Paraagan colony, a shuttle carrying Archer, T’Pol and Trip is knocked out of the atmosphere by a sudden explosion that kills the 3600 settlers below. Convinced that the Enterprise was somehow to blame, Archer is consumed with guilt, and his feelings intensify when Starfleet recalls the ship to Earth. As the crew prepares for the worst, a surprise visitor offers Archer startling new evidence about the colony’s demise.
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Season 2 begins with Captain Archer and Daniels stranded in the 31st Century. We soon learn about the first ever contact between Vulcans and Humans. Later, the Enterprise finds itself in a cloaked minefield, radiation threatens everyone on board, the Enterprise gets held captive and much more.
- September 18, 2002: Shockwave, Part 2: The second year shifts into warp speed with a taut episode that picks up where last season left off — with the Enterprise surrounded by Suliban vessels and the sinister Silik insisting that Archer surrender to him. Archer, however, isn’t onboard. He’s stuck in the 31st century with time-traveler Daniels, who plucked him from the past to save the future. But Archer’s absence has caused a major ripple in time: The once vibrant city Daniels whisked him to is now decimated and deserted… and the Federation never existed. Meanwhile, back on the Enterprise, T’Pol allows the Suliban to board the ship.
- September 25, 2002: Carbon Creek: T’Pol entertains Archer and Trip with the tale of a crash-landed Vulcan ship, whose stranded crew lived in disguise among the denizens of a Pennsylvania mining town circa 1957.
- October 2, 2002: Minefield: Archer learns what makes Lt. Reed tick when the pair try to defuse a mine that has affixed itself to the Enterprise. Since dutiful Malcolm Reed isn’t the ship’s most gregarious officer, the outgoing Archer tries to break the ice with a casual breakfast. To Reed’s relief, the awkward get-together is interrupted by the discovery of an uncharted world. His relief is short-lived, however, when the Enterprise strikes a mine en route to the planet, setting off an explosion that damages the ship. When another mine latches onto the hull, Reed is sent into space to dislodge the warhead, only to suffer an injury that impels Archer to come to his aid.
- October 9, 2002: Dead Stop: Following the ordeal in the minefield, the crew links up with an automated repair vessel that troubles Archer when its computer steals information from the Enterprise’s data banks.
- October 16, 2002: A Night in Sickbay: Archer is fuming after the Kreetassans refuse to part with parts for Enterprise because of a diplomatic gaffe involving his dog, Porthos, which then falls ill with a mysterious disorder. But Dr. Phlox thinks there’s more to Archer’s rants than meets the ear.
- October 23, 2002: Shockwave, Conclusion: In this taut episode, the Enterprise is surrounded by Suliban vessels and the sinister Silik is insistent that Archer surrender to him. Archer, however, isn’t onboard. He’s stuck in the 31st century with time-traveler Daniels, who plucked him from the past to save the future. But Archer’s absence has caused a major ripple in time: The once vibrant city Daniels whisked him to is now decimated and deserted…and the Federation never existed. Meanwhile, back on the Enterprise, T’Pol allows the Suliban to board the ship.
- October 30, 2002: Maradeurs: Archer and Trip visit an alien colony seeking deuterium fuel, but their suspicions are aroused when the planet’s drillers prove reluctant to deal with them. Aboard Enterprise, Mayweather’s sensors detect an approaching Klingon vessel.
- November 6, 2002: The Seventh: T’Pol and Archer team up to nab a corrupt Vulcan in a tautly scripted episode. T’Pol is troubled when she receives orders from the Vulcan High Command to locate a traitorous mole named Menos (Bruce Davison), who was planted on a rival planet 30 years earlier. Posing as a smuggler, Menos profited from the illegal-weapons trade he was sent to derail. While T’Pol has chased down such renegades before, a series of disturbing flashbacks prompts her to ask for the captain’s help with the mission, which was assigned to her without his approval. Putting aside his displeasure over the snub, Archer agrees to accompany her to the frozen moon where their quarry has been located.
- November 13, 2002: The Communicator: Archer and Reed go undercover on a preatomic-era alien world to retrieve a communicator Reed left behind on a previous visit and they’re captured and held as spies.
- November 20, 2002: Singularity: As the Enterprise nears a black hole, members of the crew are exposed to radiation, which causes them to become increasingly obsessed with mundane tasks. Trip, for example, can’t stop tinkering with the captain’s chair, while Phlox is fiercely determined to find the cause of Mayweather’s headache.
- November 27, 2002: Vanishing Point: Hoshi is convinced her body’s molecules are destabilizing after enduring a traumatic trip through the Enterprise transporter to escape a sudden storm on a primitive planet.
- December 4, 2002: Carbon Creek: T’Pol entertains Archer and Trip with the tale of a crash-landed Vulcan ship, whose stranded crew lived in disguise among the denizens of a Pennsylvania mining town circa 1957.
- December 11, 2002: Precious Cargo: Trip discovers a kidnapped Krios royal aboard an alien freighter, but her haughty behavior interferes with Trip’s rescue efforts when the pair must share a cramped pod.
- December 18, 2002: The Catwalk: After rescuing a group of stranded aliens, the Enterprise is caught in a perilous ion storm, compelling the crew to retire to the safety of the ship’s reinforced — but cramped — catwalk.
- January 8, 2003: Dawn: Trip is marooned after his shuttle is downed by an Arkonian pilot whose ship crashes on the same moon, while Archer’s search is stalled by the Arkonians’ distrust of T’Pol. Directed by Roxann Dawson (Star Trek: Voyager).
- February 5, 2003: Stigma: In this affecting AIDS allegory, Jolene Blalock exudes a cool vulnerability as T’Pol, who reveals that she has a rare illness linked to a sect of Vulcan outcasts.¶The pointed episode, which continues the Star Trek tradition of addressing social issues through its sci-fi storylines, finds T’Pol confronting the symptoms and stigmas involved with Pa’nar’s syndrome. It’s a brain ailment associated with mind melders — the telepathic, emotional Vulcans ostracized by their logical, unemotional peers. Wary of the disgrace that disclosure might bring, T’Pol hides her condition while Dr. Phlox (John Billingsley) discreetly consults Vulcan physicians about treatment.
- February 12, 2003: Cease Fire: The Enterprise is caught in the midst of an age-old feud when Archer is ordered to mediate a bloody planetary dispute between the Andorians and their long-time Vulcan nemeses.
- February 19, 2003: Crash Landing: Archer’s interest in a human body recovered from a crashed spacecraft takes a backseat to threats posed by the Suliban and the Tholians, both of whom seek the craft.
- February 26, 2003: Canamar: Following a seemingly successful first contact mission, Archer and Trip are charged with smuggling and imprisoned aboard a penal vessel, where several inmates plot escape.
- April 2, 2003 “The Crossing” Trip and several other members of the Enterprise crew are possessed by ghostly beings after the ship is swallowed up by a massive alien vessel. Rostov: Joseph Will. Cook: Steven Allerick.
- April 9, 2003 “Judgment” Archer (Scott Bakula) is put on trial by the Klingons and accused by a disgraced Klingon officer of having his battle-cruiser crippled by the Enterprise in a firefight, and of aiding rebels of the Empire, but he finds a friend in his defender, Kolos. Sub Commander T’Pol: Jolene Blalock. Lt. Malcolm Reed: Dominic Keating. Dr. Phlox: John Billingsley.
- April 16, 2003 “Horizon” Mayweather is granted leave to visit his family after the sudden death of his father, a cargo-ship captain. But his return to the old vessel is complicated by family tension. Meanwhile, Archer and Trip invite a reluctant T’Pol to see a movie.
- April 23, 2003 “The Breach” The rescue of a damaged transport prompts the Denobulan Phlox to confront his prejudices when he treats an Antaran (Henry Stram), whose people are sworn enemies of Phlox’s. Other Denobulans are holed up in an underground cave, where Trip, Reed and Mayweather are dispatched to retrieve them. Yolen: Mark Chaet. Crewman: Jamison Yang. Zepht: D.C. Douglas.
- April 30, 2003 “Congenitor” Enterprise’s first contact with the Vissian race proves mutually rewarding until Trip befriends an alien couple’s congenitor—a being used for breeding purposes only.
- May 7, 2003 “Regeneration” Enterprise searches for a party of missing scientific researchers who vanished from the Arctic after discovering a crashed spacecraft and its dormant cybernetic crew. Com. Williams: Jim Fitzpatrick. Dr. Moninger: Christopher Wynne. Adm. Forrest: Vaughn Armstrong. Rooney: Bonita Friedericy. Drake: John Short.
- May 14, 2003 “First Flight” Stunned by the death of a former Starfleet rival (Keith Carradine), Archer grudgingly recalls their competitive relationship to T’Pol as they probe a nebula during a shuttle voyage. Ruby: Brigid Brannagh. Vulcan: Michael Canavan. Admiral Forrest: Vaughn Armstrong.
- May 14, 2003 “Bounty” A crafty Tellarite tricks Archer into boarding his ship to collect a bounty from the Klingons; T’Pol’s mating cycle is kick-started after she is contaminated by a stray microbe while exploring a desert planet.
- May 21, 2003 “The Expanse” The Enterprise is recalled to Earth after a mysterious alien probe kills millions. Complicating matters are the machinations of a vengeful Klingon. Adm. Forrest: Vaughn Armstrong.
Season 3 sees more drama on the Enterprise which includes: Captain Archer, Reed and Sato turned into aliens, Hoshi Sato being contacted by a 400-year-old telepathic alien, Archer and T’Pol travel back in time to stop three Xindi reptilians, the Enterpise taken over again, this time by religious zealots and much more.
- September 10, 2003 “The Xindi” The third season opens with a new action-oriented style as the Enterprise hunts the Xindi who attacked Earth. But Archer and Trip’s zeal to capture a Xindi leads them into a trap. This episode marks the debut of the MACOs, Enterprise’s elite surface troops. Alien Forman: Stephen McHattie. Xindi Humanoid: Tucker Smallwood. Degra: Randy Oglesby.
- September 17, 2003 “Anomaly” Distortions within the Delphic Expanse disrupt the Enterprise’s computer systems, leaving its stores vulnerable to Ventaxian pirates who loot critical supplies. Orgoth: Robert Rusler. Kemper: Nathan Anderson. Hawkins: Sean McGowan. McKenzie: Julia Rose.
- September 24, 2003 “Extinction” The crew’s ongoing pursuit of the Xindi leads them to a tropical world where Archer, Hoshi and Reed are exposed to a virus that morphs them into the planet’s native beings. As Phlox searches for a cure, Trip and T’Pol negotiate with aliens determined to kill all those infected. Directed by: LeVar Burton (“Star Trek: The Next Generation”). Tret: Roger R. Cross.
- October 1, 2003 “Rajiin” Archer, Trip and Reed return from an alien barter town with a surprise guest—an alluring woman (Nikita Ager) whose beguiling sensuality proves irresistible to the crew. Xindi-Reptilian: Scott MacDonald. B’Rat Ud: Dell Yount. Xindi-Humanoid: Tucker Smallwood.
- October 8, 2003 “Impulse” After answering a distress signal from a Vulcan starship, Archer, T’Pol, Reed and Hawkins arrive on board to find its crew in a deranged, raging state that quickly manifests in T’Pol as well. Hawkins: Sean McGowan.
- October 15, 2003 “Exile” A powerful telepath named Tarquin (Maury Sterling) becomes smitten with Hoshi and offers to part with key intelligence on the Xindi if she’s allowed to visit his planet. But when Enterprise returns to pick up Hoshi, Tarquin refuses to let her go. Directed by Roxann Dawson (“Star Trek: Voyager”).
- October 29, 2003 “The Shipment” Archer, Reed and MACO Major Hayes (Steven Culp) infiltrate a Xindi-Sloth plant that is creating the explosive material for the Xindi super-weapon. The trio kidnaps the plant foreman (John Cothran Jr.), who forms an alliance with them once he learns of the Xindi council’s attack on Earth. Also: Trip, T’Pol and Dr. Phlox test captured Xindi firearms in hopes of creating better defenses against them.
- November 5, 2003 “Twilight” Archer suffers a puzzling form of amnesia that distorts his long-term memories. He is further confused to find himself in the future aboard an Enterprise commanded by T’Pol. Ambassador Soval: Gary Graham. Yedrin Koss: Brett Rickaby.
- November 12, 2003 “North Star” The crew investigates a world within the Delphic Expanse with a civilization closely resembling America’s 19th-century Wild West. Bethany: Emily Bergl. Sheriff MacReady: Glenn Morshower. Deputy Bennings: James Park. Draysik: Steven Klein. Taliyah: Alexandra M. Salling.
- November 19, 2003 “Similitude” To heal a critically injured Trip, Dr. Phlox creates a clone of the engineer using an exotic creature in his lab. But the clone’s rapid growth and replication of Trip’s behavior alarms the crew. Sim-Trip Age 17: Shane Sweet.
- November 26, 2003 “Carpenter Street” Acting on a tip from Daniels (Matt Winston), Archer and T’Pol time-travel to the year 2004, where the Xindi are using an abandoned Detroit factory to build a secret weapon. Loomis: Leland Orser.
- January 14, 2004 “Chosen Realm” The crew is taken hostage by alien religious zealots who plot to use the Enterprise to punish unbelievers after Archer rescues them from their crippled vessel. D’Jamat: Conor O’Farrell. Yarrick: Vince Grant. Indava: Lindsey Stoddart. Nalbis: David Youse. Roxann Dawson (“Star Trek: Voyager”) directed the episode.
- January 21, 2004 “Proving Ground” Andorian Imperial Guard Commander Shran (Jeffrey Combs) proposes an alliance to Archer, offering to help steal the Xindi’s superweapon. Elsewhere, Lt. Talas (Molly Brink), an Andorian officer with her own agenda, helps Lt. Reed repair the Enterprise’s damaged weapons systems.
- February 4, 2004 “Stratagem” Archer seeks to destroy a superweapon under construction by the Xindi by tricking its designer, Degra (Randy Oglesby), into revealing its hiding place. Thalen: Josh Drennen.
- February 11, 2004 “Harbinger” A dying alien (Thomas Kopache) refuses to disclose his motives for exploring a spatial anomaly; Trip’s interest in a pretty corporal sparks a heated exchange with T’Pol; Reed quarrels with a colleague over training drills. Amanda Cole: Noa Tishby.
- February 18, 2004 “Doctor’s Orders” Archer places Dr. Phlox in control of the Enterprise when the crew requires sedation to survive a mind-altering section of the Expanse lethal to humanoids. But Phlox’s Denobulan physiology doesn’t entirely shield him from its effects.
- February 25, 2004 “Hatchery” The discovery of unhatched Xindi eggs inside a crashed vessel brings out the paternal side of Archer, who alarms the crew with his obsessive determination to save the embryos. Maj. Hayes: Steven Culp. Hawkins: Sean McGowan.
- March 3, 2004 “Azati Prime” After pinpointing the site of the Xindi doomsday weapon, Archer prepares to undertake a suicidal mission to destroy it, until the time-traveling Daniels gives him pause. Daniels: Matt Winston. Xindi Reptilian: Scott MacDonald. Thalen: Christopher Goodman. Degra: Randy Oglesby. Xindi Sloth: Rick Worthy. Xindi Humanoid: Tucker Smallwood.
- April 21, 2004 “Damage” Archer considers compromising his morals to restore Enterprise’s warp capacity after a fleet of Xindi-controlled warships cripple the vessel’s engine; and T’Pol grows increasingly volatile, prompting her to confide a troubling secret to Phlox. Degra: Randy Oglesby. Illyian Captain: Casey Biggs. Xindi-Sloth: Rick Worthy. Reptilian Commander: Scott MacDonald. Xindi-Humanoid: Tucker Smallwood. Sphere Builder: Josette DiCarlo.
- April 28, 2004 “The Forgotten” Archer persuades Degra (Randy Oglesby) to examine evidence of the plot to pit the Xindi against Earth, while Trip wrestles with the death of a subordinate (Kipleigh Brown). Reptilian Captain: Bob Morrisey. Xindi-Arboreal: Rick Worthy.
- May 5, 2004 “E2” The crew encounters its descendants when it enters a wormhole and discovers a future version of the ship captained by T’Pol’s son, who warns Archer of an alien attack. Lorian: David Andrews. Karyn: Tess Lina. Degra: Randy Oglesby. Xindi-Arboreal: Rick Worthy. Xindi-Humanoid: Tucker Smallwood. Directed by Roxann Dawson.
- May 12, 2004 “The Council” Degra’s fleet ushers the Enterprise to a tense conference with Xindi council as T’Pol and Reed embark on a desperate mission to gather data on the doomsday weapon. Reptilian Commander: Scott MacDonald. Degra: Randy Oglesby. Xindi-Humanoid: Tucker Smallwood. Xindi-Arboreal: Rick Worthy. Sphere Builder Woman: Josette DiCarlo. Hawkins: Sean McGowan.
- May 19, 2004 “Countdown” Newly allied with the Xindi, Archer turns his attentions to destroying the doomsday device as the Reptilians attempt to brainwash Hoshi into cracking the weapon’s code. Maj. Hayes: Steven Culp. Reptilian Commander: Scott MacDonald. Xindi Humanoid: Tucker Smallwood.
- May 26, 2004 “Zero Hour” Archer tries to coax a traumatized Hoshi into using her decryption skills to disable the doomsday weapon before the Reptilians can use it to destroy Earth as the Enterprise embarks on a desperate mission of its own to cripple the rest of the spheres. Daniels: Matt Winston. Shran: Jeffrey Combs. Xindi Humanoid: Tucker Smallwood.
In the final series, we begin with the Enterprise appearing to travel back in time to World War 2. Later, the Enterpise searches for a suspected bomber who took out Earth’s embassy on Vulcan so T’Pol and Captain Archer head off in search of the Syrranites.
- October 8, 2004 “Storm Front” Part 1 of two. Archer awakens in the U.S. circa 1944 as a prisoner of Nazis controlling New York City. But he escapes with the help of an insurgent (Golden Brooks). Back aboard Enterprise, the crew seeks answers for their journey back in time and the changes to Earth’s history. Carmine: Steven R. Schirripa. Sal: Joe Maruzzo. Vosk: Jack Gwaltney. Ghrath: Tom Wright. Joe: John Harnagel.
- October 15, 2004 Conclusion. Frustrated by the limitations of Nazi technology, Vosk offers to return Trip and Mayweather to the Enterprise if Archer assists in the creation of a time machine. Meanwhile, Alicia’s comrades in Nazi-occupied New York learn of Archer’s space vessel on the eve of an Allied counterattack. Alicia: Golden Brooks. Vosk: Jack Gwaltney. Carmine: Steven R. Schirripa. German General: Christopher Neame.
- October 22, 2004 “Home” The Enterprise returns to Earth with great fanfare, but the novelty quickly wears off for Archer, who is forced to take a vacation after a heated exchange with a Vulcan official (Gary Graham). Also, Trip accompanies T’Pol to Vulcan, where he meets her mother (Joanna Cassidy); Reed worries about Phlox’s safety on Earth in the aftermath of the Xindi scare. Capt. Erika Hernandez: Ada Maris. Koss: Michael Reilly Burke. Adm. Forrest: Vaughn Armstrong. Cdr. Williams: Jim Fitzpatrick.
- October 29, 2004 “Borderland” The Klingons threaten war after genetic mutants hijack one of their ships, leading Archer to call on the mutants’ “father”—criminal scientist Arik Soong (Brent Spiner)—for help in taking them down. Malik: Alec Newman. Persis: Abby Brammell. Raakin: Joel West.
- November 5, 2004 “Cold Station 12” Soong (Brent Spiner) realizes just how ruthless his “children” have become when the fugitive Augments raid a research facility to retrieve genetically enhanced embryos left over from the Eugenics Wars. Malik: Alec Newman. Persis: Abby Brammell. Dr. Jeremy Lucas: Richard Riehle.
- November 12, 2004 “The Augments” Malik’s rash proposal to safeguard the Augments from Starfleet interference leads to a rift with Soong as the Enterprise cautiously enters Klingon space in dogged pursuit. Directed by LeVar Burton. Soong: Brent Spiner. Malik: Alec Newman. Persis: Abby Brammell. Lokesh: Adam Grimes.
- November 19, 2004 “The Forge” The crew joins forces with Vulcan authorities to investigate a deadly bombing of Earth’s embassy, which may be the work of a sect devoted to the logical teachings of Surak, the father of Vulcan philosophy. Arev: Michael Nouri. V’Las: Robert Foxworth. Sorek: Gary Graham. Adm. Forrest: Vaughn Armstrong. Stel: Larc Spies.
- November 26, 2004 “Awakening” The Syrranites subject Archer to a potentially lethal mind-meld after learning that information about Surak was placed in his head. Meanwhile, Vulcan officials plot the dissidents’ destruction. T’Les: Joanna Cassidy. V’Las: Robert Foxworth. Kuvak: John Rubinstein. Soval: Gary Graham. T’Pau: Kara Zediker. Surak: Bruce Gray. Directed by Roxann Dawson.
- December 3, 2004 “Kir’Shara” As Vulcan prepares for war, V’Las (Robert Foxworth) sends a commando team to eliminate Archer, T’Pol and T’Pau, while Soval risks his sanity to warn the Andorians of the impending attack. Soval: Gary Graham. Kuvak: John Rubinstein. T’Pau: Kara Zediker. Koss: Michael Reilly Burke. Talok: Todd Stashwick. Vulcan Priest: John Donner.
- January 14, 2005 “Daedalus” Emory Erickson (Bill Cobbs)—the inventor of the transporter—enlists Archer’s help in a daring experiment, but a crew member’s death forces him to reveal the real purpose of his test. Danica: Leslie Silva. Quinn: Donovan Knowles. Ensign Burrows: Noel Manzano.
- January 21, 2005 “Observer Effect” Curious aliens inhabit various members of the crew to observe aspects of humanity; and Phlox works feverishly to cure a lethal virus contracted by Trip and Hoshi during an away mission.
- January 28, 2005 “Babel One” While escorting a Tellarite ambassador to a neutral planet for a peace conference with the Andorians, the Enterprise is attacked after answering a distress call from Shran (Jeffrey Combs). Gral: Lee Arenberg. Valdore: Brian Thompson. Naarg: Kevin Brief. Nijil: J. Michael Flynn. Talas: Molly Brink.
- February 4, 2005 “United” A desire for vengeance interferes with Archer’s attempts to ally Shran and the Tellarites as Trip and Reed probe the inner workings of an unmanned warship. Shran: Jeffrey Combs. Talas: Molly Brink. Sen. Vrax: Geno Silva. Gral: Lee Arenberg. Naarg: Kevin Brief.
- February 11, 2005 “The Aenar” Archer and Shran (Jeffrey Combs) visit a civilization populated by Andorian offshoots in search of a telepath who could gain control of the renegade drone vessels. Jhamel: Alexandra Lydon. Gareb: Scott Rinker. Valdore: Brian Thompson. Vrax: Geno Silva. Nijil: J. Michael Flynn.
- February 18, 2005 “Affliction” As Trip prepares the Columbia, Enterprise’s sister vessel, for its maiden voyage, Phlox is shanghaied by alien kidnappers, who require his skills to kill a mutated virus. Capt. Hernandez: Ada Maris. Antaak: John Schuck. Gen. K’Vagh: James Avery.
- February 25, 2005 “Divergence” Trip rejoins the Enterprise crew on a desperate mission to rejuvenate the ship’s warp drive, while Antaak cajoles Phlox into helping destroy a plague that’s ravaging the Klingons. Antaak: John Schuck. Gen. K’Vagh: James Avery. Laneth: Kristin Bauer. Marab: Terrell Tilford. Capt. Hernandez: Ada Maris.
- April 15, 2005 “Bound” To seal a pact, an Orion pirate persuades Archer to accept a gift of three slave women. But the captain’s good-faith gesture has bad results when the trio wreaks havoc within the ship. Navaar: Cyia Batten. D’Nesh: Crystal Allen. Maras: Menina Fortunato. Kelby: Derek Magyar. Harrad-Sar: William Lucking.
- April 22, 2005 “In a Mirror, Darkly” Part 1 of two. Cdr. Archer of the Terran Empire Enterprise sparks a mutiny to investigate an anomaly in Tholian space in this alternate-universe tale inspired by the “Star Trek” episodes “Mirror, Mirror” and “The Tholian Web.” Capt. Forrest: Vaughn Armstrong.
- April 29, 2005 Conclusion. After taking over the Defiant, the alternate-universe Archer plans to use its advanced weaponry to put down a rebellion against the Empire. But first, he has to rid the ship of a deadly stowaway (Pat Healy). Soval: Gary Graham. Adm. Black: Gregory Itzin. Adm. Gardner: John Mahon. Kelby: Derek Magyar.
- May 6, 2005 “Demons” Part 1 of two. Earth’s plans to establish an interplanetary coalition are menaced by a fanatical xenophobe (Peter Weller) who leads an underground isolationist movement plotting against the government. Nathan Samuels: Harry Groener. Coridan Ambassador: Tom Bergeron. Harris: Eric Pierpoint. Col. Green: Steve Rankin.
- May 13, 2005 “Terra Prime” Determined to scorch San Francisco if Earth refuses to abolish a proposed interplanetary alliance, Paxton (Peter Weller) blackmails Trip into modifying a doomsday weapon; while Archer and a handpicked team attempt to infiltrate Terra Prime’s Mars headquarters. Elsewhere, the origin of Trip and T’Pol’s child is revealed; and Hoshi takes command of Enterprise as a traitor lurks within the crew. Nathan Samuels: Harry Groener. Gannet: Johanna Watts. Greaves: Peter Mensah.
- May 13, 2005 “These Are the Voyages…” In the series finale, Cdr. Riker (Jonathan Frakes) interacts with Archer’s crew in a hologram of their final mission as Riker deals with a dark secret from his past. During that last voyage, Archer agrees to help an old ally retrieve his daughter as the captain prepares a speech to celebrate the establishment of the Federation. Troi: Marina Sirtis. Shran: Jeffrey Combs. Shran’s Daughter: Jasmine Jessica Anthony. Voice of Data: Brent Spiner
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Vaughn Armstrong 7/7/50
Scott Bakula 10/9/54
John Billingsley 5/20/60
Jolene Blalock 3/5/75
Jeffrey Combs 9/9/54
Mark Correy 6/13/65
Steven Culp 12/3/55
Jim Fitzpatrick 8/28/59
John Fleck 5/7/51
J. Michael Flynn 4/28/53
Duncan K. Fraser J6/5/76
Gary Graham 6/6/50
Glen Hambly 7/27/63
James Horan 12/14/54
Dominic Keating 7/1/62
Scott MacDonald 10/24/59
Derek Magyar 7/18/80
Sean McGowan 12/1/80
Anthony Montgomery 6/2/71
Randy Oglesby 8/31/48
Linda Park 7/9/78
Eric Pierpoint 11/18/50
Tucker Smallwood 2/22/44
Brent Spiner 2/2/49
Connor Trinneer 3/19/69
Kellie Waymire 7/27/67*
Matt Winston 2/3/70
Rick Worthy 3/12/67
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