Star Trek: Enterprise

Season 3 Episode 21

1
Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM May 05, 2004 on UPN
8.8
out of 10
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156 votes
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As Enterprise prepares to enter the subspace corridor that will get them to their rendezvous with Degra, they encounter a duplicate Enterprise manned by the original crew's descendants. The duplicate Enterprise's crew explain that entering the subspace corridor caused them to be thrown over 100 years into the past, they offer a new plan to get Archer to Degra and the Xindi Council.moreless

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  • response to development of technology they had a tracker beam

    10
    Launch photon torpedo, insult the crew of the enterprise once more and i'll see you drown in your own blood .Also time travel is great I love it i've been watching star Trek since I was 5 in 1975 I think my opinion carries more weight .
  • They expect us to believe that in 100 years the original enterprise made NO advancements in technology?

    7.5
    Come on writers, this is a bit stupid... The second enterprise was beaten to a pulp and old... and apparently all of the technology remained exactly the same, forgive me if i\'m wrong but even a rubbish community can improve itself.



    They could\'ve repaired, built technology of their own, upgrades even simple ones should\'ve been made, so much so that the second enterprise should\'ve been vastly superior to the first, they had one hundred years to do it and basically we come to the conclusion that nothing has changed except the crew.



    On the good side, it was a neat idea to have a second enterprise about and it did have some good character development. I agree with the other reviewer on that time travel is way overused on this series.



    edit: well, not totally true - they do have tractor beam but thats a pretty lame upgrade for 100 years of progress.moreless
  • Too much time-travel make brain hurt bad

    6.4
    While many make the mistake of contantly pitting Star Trek and Star Wars against each other (apples and oranges), being a fan of both I just realized one thing SW has over ST....NO TIME TRAVEL! :D Aside from the script, the episode was fine - the actors were particularly suberb - but all this playing with time-travel in the franchise makes for one convoluted story. I felt that the addition of the alterna-Enterprise took away from the main cast's struggle, though the final moments do an ok job of explaining it away. Good stuff, but too troublesome to love.moreless
  • The future Enterpise meet current one

    8.0
    This was a good episoide one of the better episoides this season however the time-traveling story-lines are getting a bit riduclous, there used this many time during Enterprise but i am slighly fed up of it now. Despite this i thought seeing the future generation of Enterprise crew was fantastic, i really like future T'pol acting, i mean she has become so wise in that time, still knowing outcomes of future generation was also a bit strange. How many times has this series change course of history?. Where are the consequences of them changing the time?.



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Dominic Keating

Dominic Keating

Lt. Malcolm Reed

John Billingsley

John Billingsley

Dr. Phlox

Jolene Blalock

Jolene Blalock

Sub-Commander T'Pol

Connor Trinneer

Connor Trinneer

Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker III

Linda Park

Linda Park

Ensign Hoshi Sato

Anthony Montgomery

Anthony Montgomery

Ensign Travis Mayweather

David Andrews

David Andrews

Lorian

Guest Star

Tom Schanley

Tom Schanley

Greer

Guest Star

Tess Lina

Tess Lina

Karyn Archer

Guest Star

Rick Worthy

Rick Worthy

Xindi-Arboreal

Recurring Role

Randy Oglesby

Randy Oglesby

Degra

Recurring Role

Tucker Smallwood

Tucker Smallwood

Xindi-Humanoid

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Nitpick: Despite his plans to intercept and destroy the original probe that attacked Earth, it's curious that Lorian didn't contact Starfleet to warn them about the attack.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Archer: You almost crippled us. My mission would've been over.
      Lorian: Your mission is over, Captain. You just won't accept it. I took the only logical course of action.
      Archer: Attacking your ancestors doesn't sound very logical to me.

    • Karyn: We can't do this.
      Lorian: There's too much at stake.
      Karyn: These people are family. I'm not going to let you kill them.

    • Trip: Only in the Expanse could I have a son who's nearly three times my age.

    • Lorian: You shouldn't have spoken to Archer.
      T'Pol: He had a right to know the risks. Why didn't you tell him?
      Lorian: If they use that corridor, their mission will fail. Earth will be destroyed.
      T'Pol: You're allowing your human side to get the better of you.
      Lorian: You know nothing about being human.
      T'Pol: I know that for them, guilt can be a powerful motivator. Don't let it cloud your judgment.
      Lorian: Maybe you'd be a little more concerned if Vulcan was in danger and not Earth.

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