Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Enterprise, Season 2: Judgment

Enterprise, Season 2
April 9, 2003
44 of 97 aired
44 of 97 produced


Captain Archer stands accused of capital crimes against the Klingon Empire, and his fate rests in the hands of his reluctant defense attorney.

 Archer is just as dazzled by the Hertzler of it all as we are.


Monday, September 26, 2022

Enterprise, Season 2: The Crossing

Enterprise, Season 2
"The Crossing"
April 2, 2003
43 of 97 aired
43 of 97 produced


Enterprise is swallowed by a giant alien spaceship, and the non-corporeal inhabitants of that ship start taking over the bodies of the Enterprise crew.

Trip zonks out on some Old Toby, the finest pipe-weed in the Southfarthing.

Saturday, September 24, 2022

Enterprise, Season 2: Canamar

Enterprise, Season 2
Airdate: February 26, 2003
42 of 97 produced
42 of 97 aired


Archer and Tucker are abducted by an alien police force and shipped to a prison facility for crimes they did not commit.


We feel ya, buddy, we feel ya.

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Enterprise, Season 2: Future Tense

Enterprise, Season 2
"Future Tense"
Airdate: February 19, 2003
41 of 97 produced
41 of 97 aired


When the Enterprise comes across a ship from the future, it becomes the target of multiple factions in the Temporal Cold War who desire to repossess it.

 Pictured: Old-line Star Trek fans waiting for the thing they once loved to return to form.



Monday, September 12, 2022

Enterprise, Season 2: Cease Fire

Enterprise, Season 2
"Cease Fire"
Airdate: February 12, 2003
40 of 97 produced
40 of 97 aired


Archer is called upon to mediate an armed dispute between the Vulcans and the Andorians on a contested world.


I'm going to be under-utilized in this episode, I can feel it.


Monday, September 5, 2022

Enterprise, Season 2: Stigma

 Enteprise, Season 2
Airdate: February 5, 2003
39 of 97 produced
39 of 97 aired


T'Pol finds herself being refused medical treatment for a disease she contracted during her forced mind meld with Tolaris the previous year. The reason? A widely held cultural distaste for any Vulcan who engages in mind melds.


Trip wonders whether the word "throuple" has been coined yet.