Star Trek: Enterprise

These Are the Voyages …

Season 4, Ep 22, Aired 5/13/05
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  • Episode Description
  • Commander William Riker of the Enterprise-D is torn between his loyalty to Captain Picard and his duty to a former captain. To shed some light on his predicament, Riker visits a holodeck recreation of the final mission of the NX-01 and signing of the Federation Charter.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Dominic Keating

    Lt. Malcolm Reed

  • John Billingsley

    Dr. Phlox

  • Jolene Blalock

    Sub-Commander T'Pol

  • Connor Trinneer

    Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker III

  • Linda Park

    Ensign Hoshi Sato

  • Fan Reviews (83)
  • Enterprise didn't deserve this...

    By lsidat12, Jul 23, 2013

  • Not the voyage they deserved

    By nutcrackr, Jan 12, 2013

  • This episode is actually a new synonym for pitiful, disastrous, awful, unworthy, disgrace and - well, just -very, very, very bad.

    By tniedermeyer, Jun 21, 2005

  • Don't watch it!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By JoshNX-01, Feb 26, 2012

  • With such a great series I think it was true to itself including the last episode.

    By glekos, Sep 09, 2010

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Archer: You better get out there. You don't want to miss me screwing this thing up. T'Pol: I'm going to remain here, if you don't mind. Archer: You never were one for crowds, were you? (Archer turns and begins walking up the stairs to deliver his speech) T'Pol: You look...very heroic. (Archer turns, hesitates, and walks back down to hug T'Pol, then walks back up the stairs with T'Pol watching him leave)

    • Riker: I think I'm ready to talk to Captain Picard. I should've done it a long time ago. Troi: So I guess we're through here. Riker: I guess we are. Computer, end program.

    • Trip: Been a hell of a run, Malcolm. I never thought it would come to an end. Malcolm: All good things...

    • (Final words of Star Trek: Enterprise) Captain Jean-Luc Picard: Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. It's continuing mission... Captain James Tiberius Kirk: ...to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations... Captain Jonathan Archer: ... to boldly go where no man has gone before.

    • Data: (voice only, over the comm) Data to Counselor Troi. Troi: Yes, Data. Data: I was wondering if now would be a good time to continue our discussion on the long term effects of space travel on my positronic net. Troi: Data, can I give you a rain check? Data: You may check me for rain if you wish counselor, but I assure you that I have no water in my--- Troi: (giggling) I'll get back to you.

    Notes (7)

    • Scott Bakula (Captain Jonathan Archer), Jolene Blalock (Sub-Commander/Commander T'Pol) and Connor Trinneer (Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker III) are the only actors to appear in every episode of Enterprise.

    • Sound clips of William Shatner (Kirk) and Patrick Stewart (Picard) are used in the final scene.

    • Brent Spiner (Data) has a minor off-screen speaking role.

    • Jeffrey Combs (Commander Shran), Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval) and Matt Winston (Daniels) are the only actors, besides the regulars, to appear in all four seasons.

    • NASA astronaut Mike Fincke plays an NX-01 engineer in one scene.

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    Trivia (2)

    • Trivia: This episode takes place six years after the previous episode, "Terra Prime".

    • Trivia: This episode overlaps the series finale of Enterprise and one of the last The Next Generation episodes "The Pegasus".

    Allusions (3)

    • Star Trek: The Next Generation:
      Archer: Here's to the next generation.
      The Next Generation is the subtitle of the second Star Trek television show Star Trek: The Next Generation.

    • Malcolm Reed: All good things...
      This line is a reference to the last episode of Star Trek: the Next Generation, entitled "All Good Things..."

    • Episode Title: "These Are the Voyages..."

      This refers to the opening narration of the various Star Trek captains, from Kirk to Picard, that began each episode of their respective series.

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    • Remaz Jul 22, 2013

      I think that this show is to be the greatest view of the future