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Star Trek: Enterprise

Star Trek: Enterprise

UPN 2001

Taking place during the mid-22nd century, the crew of the first warp five starship (the Enterprise NX-01) begin to explore the galaxy under the command of Captain Jonathan Archer. As their mission progresses, the crew encounter familiar races like the Klingons and Andorians as well as some new ones.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise

Star Trek: Enterprise - S3E3

#1 - Extinction

7.19

Season 3 - Episode 3

On a mission to investigate an abandoned Xindi vessel on a jungle planet, Archer, Reed and Hoshi succumb to a virus that mutates them into a primal life form.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 436 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S4E10

#2 - Daedalus

7.22

Season 4 - Episode 10

The inventor of the transporter, Emory Erickson, comes aboard Enterprise for a risky experiment.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 399 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S1E10

#3 - Fortunate Son

7.27

Season 1 - Episode 10

The Enterprise crew is dispatched by Starfleet Command to assist Fortunate, a human freight vessel that has been attacked by Nausicaan pirates. On arriving, they are surprised to find that Fortunate's crew is resistant to Archer's efforts to help them and determined to seek revenge against their attackers, no matter what the repercussions.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 494 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S1E4

#4 - Strange New World

7.30

Season 1 - Episode 4

When the Enterprise investigates an uninhabited planet that turns out to be far more dangerous than expected. The crew members that visit the planet are infected by an alien pollen that induces hallucinations and paranoia.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 627 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S3E17

#5 - Hatchery

7.30

Season 3 - Episode 17

Archer goes to extreme lengths to save an abandoned nest of Xindi-Insectoid eggs ready to hatch.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 400 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S1E18

#6 - Rogue Planet

7.30

Season 1 - Episode 18

While exploring an uncharted planet, Enterprise crew members encounter a group of aliens who are hunting down indigenous creatures for recreation. During their exploration, Archer is mesmerized by visions of a woman desperately attempting to communicate with him. The woman's ethereal distress signal informs Archer that she and others like her are actually the prey of the alien hunters. Heeding her call, Archer levels the playing field against the alien hunters.

The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 468 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S1E22

#7 - Vox Sola

7.30

Season 1 - Episode 22

A strange, symbiotic alien creature boards the Enterprise capturing a few of the crew members, including Archer and Trip, and cocoons them in its web feeding off their bodies to survive. With the captured crewmembers' lives in jeopardy, Hoshi, under T'Pol's command, faces her biggest challenge by trying to find a way to communicate with the lifeform in order to return it to its home planet.

The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 447 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S2E7

#8 - The Seventh

7.31

Season 2 - Episode 7

Archer, Mayweather and T'Pol travel to an arctic world to apprehend a fugitive, when T'Pol is contacted by Vulcan High Command. The mission takes a dangerous turn when T'Pol begins having flashbacks that suggest the events she remembers about a former mission may not accurately relate to what happened.

The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 467 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S2E20

#9 - Horizon

7.34

Season 2 - Episode 20

Mayweather discovers his father has died and that things on his old home, the E.C.S. Horizon, have greatly changed.

The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 409 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S1E24

#10 - Desert Crossing

7.35

Season 1 - Episode 24

When Archer and Trip are invited to a desert-like planet by an alien leader, after they help fix his ship, discover he is a terrorist who has lured them onto his planet under false pretenses. Meanwhile, T'Pol, while in command, faces a tough decision when she cannot locate Archer and Trip in the desert.

The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 438 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S3E6
#11 - Exile
7.35
Season 3 - Episode 6

A powerful telepath makes contact with Hoshi and offers to help Enterprise find the Xindi ... for a price.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 443 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S2E10
#12 - Vanishing Point
7.36
Season 2 - Episode 10

Hoshi experiences her first transporter experience and strange aftereffects lead her to believe she wasn't reassembled correctly.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 447 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S2E5
#13 - A Night in Sickbay
7.37
Season 2 - Episode 5

Archer spends a night in sickbay with Dr. Phlox after Porthos contracts a deadly virus on the Kreetassan homeworld. Crew members suspect Archer's increased stress level is due to Porthos' illness, but Dr. Phlox suspects it has to do with Archer's repressed sexual tension.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 454 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S2E17
#14 - Canamar
7.37
Season 2 - Episode 17

Archer and Tucker are arrested and placed on a prisoner transport heading for a penal colony, Canamar. They won't have a chance to correct this error as one of the inmates plots a takeover of the ship.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 400 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S2E6
#15 - Marauders
7.38
Season 2 - Episode 6

In need of fuel, the Enterprise arrives at a Quonset mining colony for deuterium supplies. They discover that Klingons are forcing the colonists to give up all their deuterium. Archer and the rest of the crew work to train the colonists so they can fight back against the Klingons.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 458 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S1E3
#16 - Fight or Flight
7.39
Season 1 - Episode 3

As they continue their deep space exploration, the Enterprise crew comes across an alien ship where they discover 15 humanoid corpses that seem to have been part of a scientific experiment. The horrific sight inspires Hoshi to panic and demand a return to Earth, but Archer insists on continuing the mission and finding out more about the abandoned dead. Trouble comes calling when the aliens that were conducting the gruesome experiments return and begin attacking Captain Archer and his team.

The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 676 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S2E21
#17 - The Breach
7.41
Season 2 - Episode 21

When militants take over a world, the Enterprise crew move to evacuate Denobulan geologists that are deep underground. Meanwhile, Phlox has to save a dying Antaran that refuses treatment due to the history of their races.

The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 406 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S1E6
#18 - Terra Nova
7.41
Season 1 - Episode 6

The Enterprise crew alters course to investigate the mystery of Terra Nova, a legendary Earth colony whose inhabitants mysteriously disappeared decades ago. But when they arrive, they confront descendents of the colonists who have become more alien than Archer could ever have imagined.

The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 564 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S1E25
#19 - Two Days and Two Nights
7.41
Season 1 - Episode 25

When the crew takes shore leave on the famous pleasure planet of Risa, Archer has a mysterious encounter with an alien woman; Hoshi has a surprising romantic rendezvous; Mayweather has a rock-climbing accident; and Trip and Reed go clubbing only to end the evening as unwitting victims of robbery. Meanwhile, Phlox stays on board the Enterprise with T'Pol to take his annual 48-hour hibernation and exhibits some uncharacteristic oddities when they have to wake him up after an injured crew member returns from shore leave.

The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 458 votes.

Star Trek: Enterprise - S2E25
#20 - Bounty
7.42
Season 2 - Episode 25

Archer learns the Klingons have put a price on his head when he is captured by a Tellarite bounty hunter. As Enterprise pursues, a virus causes T'Pol to go into premature Pon Farr.

The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Star Trek: Enterprise from 424 votes.

Last updated: mar 04, 2021

Comments

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Other than having to mute the god-awful theme song, I'm loving this series.

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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.

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A very good show, highly recommended!

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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.

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Most of the actors did a good job...except captain Archer. Scott Bakula ruined this show.

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amazing serie.

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Great

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enjoyed this ... pity it ended

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Screw that intro music. I love Star Trek, but damn. I watched every episode and this was the worst of the series.

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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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