Star Trek: Enterprise
Original Airdates: 2003-2004
A stark contrast to other seasons, Enterprise’s third season features a season-long story arc stemming from the second season cliffhanger. Desperate to stop an inevitable second attack on Earth, ship and crew transverse the dangerous Expanse in a critical effort to track down the Xindi – a factioned group of multiple subspecies. Ultimately, they come to discover that the threat extends further than the Xindi, with repercussions extending beyond their own universe and timeline.
Despite its intention to reinvent the wheel, Season 3 fails to impress. Past Trek elements are frequently recycled. The fractured Xindi,... [READ MORE]
An Enterprise boarding party is in grave danger aboard a crippled Vulcan ship while T’Pol experiences extreme negative effects from the Expanse.
A lonely telepathic alien insists that Hoshi remain with him as a price for helping the Enterprise with the Xindi.
3-07: The Shipment
Enterprise works to stop the shipment of kemocite, a critical component needed for the Xindi weapon.
Years after the Xindi successfully destroy Earth, T’Pol looks after a disabled Archer, who can no longer establish new long-term memories after an accident years earlier.
3-09: North Star
Enterprise discovers a primitive human colony in the Delphic Expanse, whose inhabitants were abducted centuries ago.
3-11: Carpenter Street
Upon discovering Xindi on Earth during the 21st century, Daniels recruits Archer and T’Pol to investigate.
Enterprise rescues a mysterious trans-dimensional alien, tensions mount between Reed and Hayes, and T'Pol and Tucker grow closer.
3-16: Doctor’s Orders
With the rest of the crew in suspended animation, Doctor Phlox mans the Enterprise solely through a trans-dimensional disturbance.
3-18: Azati Prime
When Enterprise reaches Azati Prime, Daniels reaches out to Archer, who is prepared to take drastic measures to stop the weapon.
Badly damaged and facing certain defeat, Archer resorts to sacrificing another crew to save Enterprise's mission.
3-20: The Forgotten
Crippled and mourning, Enterprise rendezvous with Degra to continue negotiations while Tucker confronts his own sorrow.
3-22: The Council
With Degra’s help, Archer tries to convince the Xindi Council to delay launching the weapon.