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.
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.
In the auditorium scene, people that can be seen in the crowd are showrunner Manny Coto as an admiral, writer Andre Bormanis in a civilian suit, writer Garfield Reeves-Stevens in a Starfleet jumpsuit, his wife Judith in a futuristic civilian dress, and editor of Star Trek Communicator magazine Larry Nemecek in a suit with his hair slicked back.
Star Trek: Enterprise is the first Star Trek series since the animated that does not end with a two-part episode.
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.
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.