Mission Date: 18 February 2152
Nitpick: According to the rules of standard English orthography, the planet's name, Risa should be pronounced to rhyme with visa or Lisa. To make the spelling conform to the way the characters on the show pronounce it, it should be spelled either Raisa or Reysa (similar to the sound patterns in the words Kaiser or geyser.
Nitpick: The aliens that rob Trip and Malcolm say specifically that it would be too risky for them to try to clean out Trip and Malcolm's hotel room, which contains at least the clothes they had worn on the flight down to Risa. Yet, the two wear only their underwear on the flight back to Enterprise.
Archer: What about you, Hoshi? Did you do anything constructive?
Hoshi: I learned several interesting... conjugations.
Trip: What about that one?
Malcolm: Now I know you've been cooped up on a Starship too long.
Trip: Well, what's wrong with her?
Malcolm: Nothing I suppose, I just wouldn't know which eyes to look into.
Malcolm: Now she's interesting...
Trip: I don't think 'she's' the right pronoun.
Malcolm: Eech, I don't know, maybe I should have brought my scanner with me.
Malcolm: The Vulcan database didn't mentioned anything about crime.
Trip: They said it was very rare.
Trip: It had some warnings. But I didn't think it'd be a problem.
Trip: You think this is my fault?!
Malcolm: You were willing to follow two strange aliens into a basement.
Trip: Gorgeous aliens! Don't forget they were gorgeous.
Malcolm: They were male!
Trip: Not at first!!!
Trip: Malcolm, bearing 180.
Trip: Behind you.
Phlox: What seems to be the trouble, Captain?
Travis: It's Travis, doctor.
Cuttler: He's having some kind of anaphylactic reaction.
Phlox: (looking at the screen) Incredible.
T'Pol: (looking at the same screen) What?
Phlox: I've been standing up for almost five minutes.
Phlox: I don't care what it tastes like.
T'Pol: Wake up doctor.
Phlox: Subcommander? Has it been 48 hours?
Phlox: Then why did you wake me?!
T'Pol: There's a medical emergency.
Phlox: Emergency? Then call the doctor.
T'Pol: You're the doctor.
Phlox: Of course. Who's sick?
T'Pol: Ensign Mayweather.
T'Pol: Ensign Mayweather. Our helmsman.
Phlox: I know who he is! Where is he? (looking under his blanket)
Cuttler: In sickbay.
Phlox: We're not in sickbay?
T'Pol: We're in your quarters.
Phlox: Well then... to sickbay! (he trips and falls on the floor) I could use some assistance, please.
United Kingdom: 17 June 2002 on Sky One
Awards and Nominations:
2002 Emmy Award won for Outstanding Hairstyling For A Series
The director of this episode, Michael Dorn, played Lieutenant Commander Worf in The Next Generation and its spin-off movies, as well as in Deep Space 9. This is the only Enterprise episode that Dorn directed.
This episode marks Kellie Waymire's final appearance as Elizabeth Cutler. Kellie died in November 2003 due to a Mitral Valve Prolapse.