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With help from Xindi allies, the Enterprise crew attempts to stop the arming of the Weapon aimed toward Earth.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 421 votes.
The remnants of an alien ship and two frozen cybernetic bodies are uncovered in the arctic by a research team. These aliens soon thaw out and flee Earth, taking the research team with them. Starfleet orders Enterprise to find them, but the crew aren't prepared for just how dangerous these aliens really are.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 473 votes.
Archer puts his life on the line in a risky gambit to intercept the Xindi superweapon and disarm it from within.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 441 votes.
Archer tries to unify the Andorians, Tellarites and Vulcans in a plan to capture a marauder ship threatening to destabilize the region.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 421 votes.
After Archer and Trip become curious about a visit she made to a Pennsylvania mining town called Carbon Creek, T'Pol explains to them that Vulcans actually had their first contact with humans in 1957. That year, a Vulcan ship crashed on Earth and three crew members survived, including T'Pol's great grandmother. They pose as humans in Carbon Creek and take on jobs while waiting for rescue and soon find themselves becoming more involved with the town's residents.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 515 votes.
Starfleet orders Enterprise to return home when the crew seemingly causes the destruction of an alien planet they were exploring. Archer is visited by former crew member Daniels, who traveled through time to warn him that the Suliban are trying to sabotage Enterprise's mission, and the two travel through time to try to thwart the Suliban's plans.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 493 votes.
Archer, T'Pol and T'Pau attempt to bring the Kir'Shara — an artifact believed to contain Surak's original writings — to the Vulcan capital, as the NX-01 gets involved in a Vulcan-Andorian military clash.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 424 votes.
An alien race known as the Xindi launch an attack on Earth, causing great casualties and massive damage. As Enterprise heads back home, an unlikely source informs Archer about the Xindi and that their next attack will destroy Earth.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 482 votes.
Archer sets out on a suicide mission to destroy the Xindi superweapon as Enterprise faces a brutal attack.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 454 votes.
Enterprise journeys to Babel with a Tellarite ambassador on board for peace talks with the Andorians, when a distress call from Shran is received.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 420 votes.
An Andorian ship led by Commander Shran arrives in the Delphic Expanse to help Enterprise hone in on the Xindi super-weapon.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 450 votes.
Archer and Hoshi stand before the Xindi Council as T'Pol and Reed lead a team into the heart of a Sphere.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 446 votes.
Archer finds himself face-to-face with Degra, the designer of the Xindi superweapon, and tries to get him to reveal its location.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 432 votes.
Daniels and Archer must find a way back to the 22nd century in order to make sure history plays out as it should. Meanwhile, on board Enterprise, the Suliban have taken over the ship, but Reed, Trip, and T'Pol formulate a plan to eject the aliens.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 522 votes.
Suffering from damage inflicted in the Romulan minefield and unable to complete repairs on their own, Archer orders a distress call to be put out. A response leads Enterprise to a repair station, which surprisingly has no crew aboard it and is run by computer. Repairs on Enterprise are carried out quite efficiently and quickly, though the price for all this is much higher than the crew could've guessed.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 532 votes.
A human isolationist leader threatens to destroy Starfleet Command unless all aliens leave Earth immediately.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 416 votes.
Archer visits Shran's icy homeworld to find an Andorian subspecies called the Aenar, to determine their connection to the marauder destroying ships in the region.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 435 votes.
A spatial distortion leaves Archer unable to form any new long-term memories. Years in the future, he wakes up one morning and is stunned to learn the outcome of the human-Xindi conflict.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 457 votes.
Both the Vulcans and the Andorians make a claim to a small planet and military conflict soon erupts. As the fighting goes on, the Vulcans announce they are willing to discuss cease fire terms. However, Imperial Guard officer Shran believes only Captain Archer can be trusted to mediate the situation, which drags the Enterprise crew into the tense situation.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 450 votes.
The Enterprise crew find a small craft drifting in space and are surprised to find it contains a human corpse. More questions arise when the Suliban and Tholians make claims to the craft.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 458 votes.
Last updated: feb 26, 2021
Other than having to mute the god-awful theme song, I'm loving this series.
The last true Star Trek. Such a shame it didn't got the end it deserved. And No, I don't consider the crap JJ Abrahms puts out Star Trek.
A very good show, highly recommended!
In general I think this show is unfairly treated. The first season did have issues but the character development was strong. We got to know more about the Vulcan than from all the shows before.
Most of the actors did a good job...except captain Archer. Scott Bakula ruined this show.
enjoyed this ... pity it ended
Screw that intro music. I love Star Trek, but damn. I watched every episode and this was the worst of the series.
Third time watching this show! Amazing! It's a pity that we only have 4 seasons... I agree it was unfairly treated. The theme song is also wonderful and it reflects the values and dynamism of the show. Archer is a fine captain, quite different from the other starship captains. But it's understandable, since he is the "first" captain of a warp-capable vessel...
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