Star Trek: Enterprise
Original Airdates: 2002-2003
The second season of Enterprise continues on the same tone and course as the first, with mostly standalone episodes tackling Starfleet’s first deep space mission. Common to Trek, important social issues are highlighted throughout the season in such episodes as “Stigma” and “Cogenitor.” The Temporal Cold War continues to impact the crew while tensions mount with the intrusive Vulcans as humans continue to establish Earth’s legacy in the galaxy. The season concludes with a devastating attack on Earth, forever changing the series.
The Borg, Romulans, and Tholians all make first-series appearances.
Although some of Enterprise’s best episodes appear during its second season, it is the show’s weakest season as-a-whole. Still, the season out-delivers the... [READ MORE]
2-01: Shockwave, Part II
With the Suliban in control of Enterprise, Archer and Daniels try to assist from the distant future.
Archer and Reed must disable an attached Romulan mine before it destroys the Enterprise.
2-05: A Night in Sickbay
When a deadly virus infects Porthos, Archer spends an interesting night in sickbay.
2-08: The Communicator
Archer and Reed are captured when retrieving a lost communicator on a primitive planet.
To protect from a neutronic wavefront, the Enterprise crew seeks shelter inside the nacelle maintenance shaft.
T'Pol is infected with a stigmatized disease, one only transmitted through contraversial mind melds.
2-15: Cease Fire
On the request of Shran, Archer mediates a dispute between the Andorians and Vulcans.
2-21: The Breach
In the midst of a military coup, Enterprise hurries to rescue a team of Denobulan scientists before they're captured.
Remnants from a destroyed Borg sphere are discovered on Earth… centuries before Starfleet’s first encounter.
2-24: First Flight
With the death of a close colleague, Archer reminisces about their efforts to break the warp 2 barrier.
Archer is captured by a bounty hunter intent on delivering him to the Klingons. Meanwhile, T'Pol experiences the symptoms of pon farr.