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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })It's been a long road, getting from there to here...Star Trek: Enterprise is the fourth Spin-Off of the long-running Star Trek franchise. It ran from 2001 to 2005.ENT is a prequel series set in the 22nd century, around 100 years before Star Trek: The Original Series—though in practice, it worked better as a semi-sequel to Star Trek: First Contact, as hinted by the early appearances of James Cromwell and Next Generation aliens like the Nausicaans, Borg and Ferengi. Nearly one hundred years after Dr. Cochrane's historic warp flight, Captain Jonathan Archer is put in command of the Enterprise (NX-01), a cutting-edge warp 5 starship. The key selling point of this series was that space travel was not as casual as it became later in the chronology; most ships hadn't even left Earth's solar system. Unlike the previous Trek series, these crewmembers were also prone to swear and walk around in their underwear. The series only lasted four seasons, making it the shortest-lived Star Trek since The Animated Series, and the shortest-lived live-action series in the franchise other than the original.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The Enterprise is the first ship designed for exploration, and thus the first to visit many worlds in Seasons 1 and 2. The Temporal Cold War arc was also introduced during this time, tying back into the "Department of Temporal Investigations" introduced in previous Star Treks: Factions in the future were using time travel to rig history in their favour. This plot was forced on the writers by the network—presumably so as to avoid the lack of suspense expected from a prequel series. Still, even the showrunners didn't care for it, so it unfortunately just pops up from time to time before being terminated the moment the executives lost interest.During season two, there was a sharp decline in viewership which led to a retool in season three: An alien race called the Xindi attacked Earth under the guidance of a rogue element from the Temporal Cold War arc. Enterprise was refitted into a heavy-duty battleship and sent into a chaotic region of space called the Expanse to enter negotiations or, failing that, to stop further attacks against Earth. This season dealt with the moral compromises the crew had to make, as well as coming to terms with the post-September 11th realities of network television.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })At the start of Season 4, most of the writing staff was replaced and a new head writer, Manny Coto, was put in charge. This resulted in significant changes. Instead of a season-long arc, most stories were spread over 2 or 3 episodes at a time. Standalone stories were dropped, more or less entirely. This season dealt with the fallout of the Xindi attack, with many humans becoming violently xenophobic, and a brewing war with the as-yet-unseen Romulan Star Empire (which is a well-established part of Trek canon). But the most popular arc dealt with social reform on Vulcan—a piercing look into their culture, the likes of which hadn't been done since The Original Series.Sadly, Paramount had no serious intention of renewing the series after Season Four. The cancellation ended 18 straight years of Star Trek production, and the series lay fallow before returning with an Alternate Timeline on film (Star Trek in 2009) and the original timeline on television (Star Trek: Discovery in 2017 and Star Trek: Picard in 2020). What's interesting is that Enterprise is the only series that is canon to both branches of the franchise, and thus is the subject of a number of Continuity Nods. The writers had been batting around ideas for where things would have gone in Season Five, some of which are realized in the novel continuation: Star Trek: Enterprise Relaunch.Vote for your favourite episodes here.
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Artistic License – Gun Safety: Target practice frequently happens in the armory, where the ship's high-yield torpedoes and weapons are held. After target practice in "Sleeping Dogs," Hoshi points her phase pistol at Reed's chest while handing it back to him, breaking just about every rule of gun safety.
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Hotter and Sexier
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Hotter and Sexier: Or at least, it tried to be. Unfortunately it was during its run that the "eww, girls are gross" fanbase and the "SF should have no romance" fanbase and the "shipper" fanbase and the "all romance in Star Trek is childish fanservice" all collided. The amount of gratuitous and really odd fanservice with things like "crewmen rubbing each other down half-naked with antibacterial cream in the decontamination chamber" that just left most people disgusted or really really confused didn't help either.
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Abusive Precursors
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Vulcan and Andoria are located in the 40 Eridani A and Procyon systems, respectively, and Vega has a major Earth colony as early as the 2150s. Procyon V is also the site of the final battle against the Sphere Builders in the 26th century according to "Azati Prime".
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Arbitrary Skepticism
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Arbitrary Skepticism: The Vulcan Science Directorate has determined that Time Travel is impossible. It is illogical to think otherwise. In the Mirror Universe, they've also determined that parallel universes are impossible.
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Trailers Always Spoil
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Trailers Always Spoil: A frequent complaint of fans was that the promos for upcoming episodes often spoiled key plot details, and in at least one case even spoiling an ending. Additionally, going to break within episodes themselves, UPN would air previews that gave away plot details coming later in the episode.
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Does This Remind You of Anything?
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The season 4 Vulcan arc where the Vulcan High Command is trying to destroy a religious extremist group hiding out in a remote desert encampment who supposedly bombed the Earth Embassy, while really the High Command is trying to justify a war with Andoria behind the scenes, is the more explicit example of this trope.
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Technically Living Zombie
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Technically Living Zombie: The Vulcan crew in "Impulse." Long-term exposure to trellium-D has not only stripped them of emotional control, it's turned them into mindlessly violent shamblers.
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Heroes Love Dogs
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Heroes Love Dogs: Archer absolutely adores his pet beagle Porthos. In "A Night in Sickbay", he's willing to throw away humanity's burgeoning relations with the Kreetassans when Porthos becomes infected with a virus after visiting their planet. Admittedly, it's not a very good episode but it does illustrate how much he loves his dog.
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Continuity Porn
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Continuity Porn: Season 4 is chock-a-block full of references to TOS and has encounters with the Organians, a Gorn, the Mirror Universe, and T'Pau.
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Goal-Oriented Evolution
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"Dear Doctor" manages to provide an unusual instance of evolution being both the real life version, and the Hollywood version. The Menk are going to evolve into a superior lifeform to the Valakians, and so the Valakians 'evolve' a genetic defect to make room for them. So that the Menk can evolve due to their altered environment. Basically, it manages to mix Goal-Oriented Evolution and evolution influenced by environment into a single plot point.
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Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist
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Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist: Commander Dolim is informed along with the rest of the Xindi leaders that humanity will destroy them in the future, so they engage in a pre-emptive strike against Earth in preparation for building an even stronger weapon to Kill All Humans. The Xindi are actually being manipulated by a shady cabal from a future timeline, but when Dolim learns of this, he greedily accepts their offer to make the Reptilians the dominant force of a new Xindi empire and turns on his allies, proving that his actions were never about protecting the Xindi, just about securing his power.
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Artistic License – Biology
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Artistic License – Biology: "Dear Doctor." The fact that there is no such thing as evolutionary predestination is the point that no team of Star Trek writers has ever managed to get through their collective heads. If a species evolved something fatal, that is an accident. It's not something deliberate to make room for another species in that niche. In "Carpenter Street" the Xindi are attempting to create a bio-weapon, and need samples of all 8 blood types to make it. They only get 6, and T'Pol states this is still enough to infect 75% of humanity. However, the 2 types they didn't get, AB+ and B-, are 2 of the rarest blood types, together they account for only about 5% of humans. This means the virus would actually be able to infect about 95% of humanity, not 75% as T'Pol said.
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Too Good to Be True
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Too Good to Be True: In "Dead Stop" T'Pol notices Captain Archer is visibly troubled about the mysterious repair station they've found which is able and willing to fix every bit of the extensive damage to their ship (and the injuries to its crew) in exchange for the amazingly low price of just 200 liters of warp plasma. His instincts are sound, as it turns out there's a "hidden fee" the station also tries to extract from them.
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Never Trust a Trailer
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Never Trust a Trailer: Season 2 had trailers for three episodes ("A Night in Sickbay", "Cogenitor", and "Bounty") portrayed as light-hearted, sex-filled episodes. Sickbay was a disaster, and Bounty had the sex stuff as a cheap b-plot. Cogenitor, on the other hand, was very dark, but also critically very well received. "Cogenitor" actually tried to analyze the moral questions of oppression and whether non-interference is the best course of action, and is generally considered one of the few standout episodes from the first three seasons. It's just that fans look back and chuckle at how goofy the trailer looked.
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Mr. Fanservice
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Mr. Fanservice: Trip took his shirt off enough times to count for this. He's reduced to his undershirt and underwear on three separate occasions in season one alone. He even spends half of one episode saving the day wearing this under combo. Of course this doesn't compare to T'Pol's complete nudity...
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Forgotten Phlebotinum
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Forgotten Phlebotinum: Time agent Daniels leaves a holographic database in cabin E-14 that only is accessed when Daniels gives permission. Justified, as Archer is probably inclined to not attempt to access it by force simply because it's probably well protected by extremely advanced technology. Not to mention, screwing around with time travel, even simply in the form of an information database from the future, is probably not a good idea. It's still odd that breaking in is never mentioned in season three, however, where the crew is often in extremely bad circumstances, where failure means the destruction of the Earth. Remember that Suliban cell ship that was capable of warp 5, cloaking, and had a tractor beam, that Starfleet recovered in the pilot? It took until the second season before they mentioned they were still trying to figure out its technology, but still, it seems it was relegated to Starfleet's junk drawer since they are never mentioned again. Just think how much simpler the plot of "Minefield" would have been if someone had remembered they have a transporter beam that has already been successfully used on humans...
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Above the Influence
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Above the Influence: In, "Bounty", Phlox refuses T'Pol's advances because these advances are induced by pon farr.
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Human Resources
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Human Resources: The repair station in "Dead Stop" grabs a crew member from any ship it repairs and uses them to power itself. Travis is narrowly saved from this fate, but the others they find are too far gone.
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The Ghost
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The Ghost: Chef is mentioned numerous times over the course of the series, but he never appears.
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Klingon Scientists Get No Respect
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Klingon Scientists Get No Respect: Well, Klingon Lawyers actually. In fact, this trope is actually brought up by the Lawyer, who is afraid he is seeing the destruction of his society thanks to the dominance of the warrior culture. Later on a Klingon Scientist - actually a Klingon Doctor - brings up a similar problem, that his house was a warrior caste and his family actually disowned him for becoming a doctor, even when he served in the Klingon Army as The Medic, and that the High Council delegates so few funds to medical research that he was not only forced to steal the Interspecies Medical Exchange database in order to help his patients, but he's not even allowed to ask for help from anyone because the Warrior Caste would see it as being weak, dishonorable and exposing their vulnerabilities to their enemies.
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The Stoic
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This trope is played for drama after the aforementioned incident in "The Council". Malcolm Reed, usually The Stoic, is shown to be really very upset by the number of crew members Enterprise has lost since entering the Expanse and the seeming lack of response his fellow senior officers have to the most recent MACO death, and he worries that they're getting too used to losing people.
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The Main Characters Do Everything
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The Main Characters Do Everything: In the first seasons the Enterprise lacked a B-cast, meaning that they really did do everything. This includes Archer serving as a nurse, not having anyone trained to use the brand new, notoriously unreliable transporter, and sending Hoshi around to do random inconsequential jobs as though she were an intern.
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Villain Ball
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Villain Ball: Malik in the Augments story arc. Besides his overall Bond Villain Stupidity, he is willing to risk the embryos that they had risked everything to obtain by attacking a Klingon outpost and blaming it on Earth (and yes, this action ends up getting all of the augments killed).
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Marshmallow Hell
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Marshmallow Hell: In "Shadows of P'Jem", Archer gets a faceful of T'Pol's, umm...'class-D planets' as the pair struggles to escape their ropes.
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Team Switzerland
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Team Switzerland: Starting with Archer's position in the Vulcan-Andorian conflict, in which he proves willing to look at the Andorians' side (albeit in part because of his own Fantastic Racism) and gets the respect of one of their captains in doing so. Season 4 solidly establishes this as reason Earth became the center of a Federation in which they aren't the most strong, technologically advanced, expansionist, or logical species: they're the only ones all of those species are willing to trust because they all have long grudges against each other, which puts humans in the position of mediators and people willing to look for an explanation beyond "they did it because we'd like to have another go at them."
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Looks Like Orlok: The Na'kuhl.
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"No. Just... No" Reaction
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In "Anomaly", Trip is offered a medical treatment involving being covered with Aldebaran mud leeches, which would require him to lay prone and stay still to avoid angering them. He declines.
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Universal Translator: Averted, in that it is a recent development in this series and needs to be backed up by omniglot Hoshi Sato.
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PlayedStraight
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Played Straight, though, with some of the aliens' fashions (such as the Suliban or the Xindi-Reptillians). And then there's Daniels, the time cop masquerading as a steward, whose ribbed 31st-century outfit makes a compelling case for him to stick with the Starfleet flight suit.
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Kryptonite Factor
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Kryptonite Factor: Trellium-D, for Vulcans, who for the last five series seemed impervious or substantially more resilient to anything that harms or afflicts humans and other humanoids. That, and mating cycles.
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Aborted Arc
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Aborted Arc: There seemed to be the seeds of a plotline with the Tandarans, a race that had rounded up the Suliban and placed them in internment camps. Archer exposed a Tandaran agent and was drugged while the agent escaped. They were never seen again after Season 1. Phlox was meant to develop a romance with Ensign Cutler, which sadly had to be abandoned after the death of Cutler's actress.
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Go Through Me
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Go Through Me: In the Vulcan arc, Trip (in command while Archer is missing on Vulcan) places the Enterprise between the Vulcan and Andorian fleets to try and keep them from doing too much damage to each other.
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Surprisingly Happy Ending
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Surprisingly Happy Ending: The three-part "Augments" episode ends on an unusually positive note. Although the Augments are defeated, Arik Soong (grandfather of Dr. Noonian Soong) is simply incarcerated. But while in prison, he changes his research interests to artificial intelligence. He also remarks that the fruits of his research may take a generation or two. That research, whatever it is, is implied to lead to the 24th century's Soong creating the android Data. This is significant as the episode made no indication that he had fathered any children previously. So it is possible that sometime before his death, he will be released from prison.
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Mythology Gag
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Mythology Gag: There were three major Admirals in the series, Admiral Forrest, Admiral Leonard and Admiral Williams. The original series Power Trio was Kirk (William Shatner), Spock (Leonard Nimoy) and McCoy (DeForest Kelley). Kelly was the first of them to pass away; Admiral Forrest is the most prominent of those Admirals in the series.
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Verbal Tic: Phlox tends to—hmm?—speak with one.
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Shoot the Dog
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Shoot the Dog: An ongoing trope of the Season 3 Xindi War, notably in "Anomaly", "The Shipment", "Azati Prime", and "Damage."
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Uncertain Doom
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Uncertain Doom: Lorian and the rest of the crew of the alternate Enterprise from the third season E Squared. We last see the ship under heavy fire from alien raiders and five hours later haven't joined up with the Enterprise of the present. T'Pol says it's likely they were destroyed, but Archer isn't so sure, but still wonders if by getting them safely through the subspace corridor they ended up erasing themselves from existence since they prevented the actions that would have led to their own births. T'Pol then asks why they would still remember the other Enterprise and Archer doesn't have a good answer for her. It's not clear if they were destroyed, erased themselves, or ultimately survived.
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Humans Are Diplomats
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Humans Are Diplomats: While this era clearly stumbles occasionally, Series 4 has Starfleet begin to forge an interstellar alliance, even managing to unite the Vulcans and Andorians who have thus-far been at war for centuries. With the Tellarites on side, this eventually leads to the formation of the Coalition of Planets, the precursor to The Federation. Not that we actually get to see most of that...
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Mauve Shirt
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Mauve Shirt: Major Hayes. Also Commander Kelby, Trip's replacement as chief engineer.
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Clueless Aesop: From "A Night In Sickbay", the moral of the story, essentially, is that sometimes you need to apologize for things even when you don't believe that you did anything wrong, and even when you may have suffered more than the person you're being asked to apologize to. The problem is, while Archer obviously doesn't think he was wrong... he is. Objectively. What he originally did was so absolutely stupid, and something that a Starfleet-trained starship captain should definitely have known better than to do, that he loses any sympathy from the audience. Rather than us rooting for Archer before finally accepting the Hard Truth Aesop at the end, we find ourselves siding with the Kreetassans and asking for Archer to stop acting like an infant and go apologize already.
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False Flag Operation
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The Sphere Builders, the Vulcans, the Romulans and Dr. Arik Soong try to plan to their benefit but end up causing the very events they're trying to avoid.
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Omniglot
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Omniglot: Hoshi. We find out in "Observer Effect" just how extreme: when she has nightmares, she cries out in her sleep in several different languages!
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Hollywood Evolution: As standard per Star Trek. "Dear Doctor" manages to provide an unusual instance of evolution being both the real life version, and the Hollywood version. The Menk are going to evolve into a superior lifeform to the Valakians, and so the Valakians 'evolve' a genetic defect to make room for them. So that the Menk can evolve due to their altered environment. Basically, it manages to mix Goal-Oriented Evolution and evolution influenced by environment into a single plot point. However, in the end, the small bit of realistic genetics gets overshadowed by Hollywood inventiveness. Evolution (in simplest terms) is the accumulation of genetic traits and mutations passed into successive generations by natural selection and adaptation. In other episodes Phlox seems to understand the fact that as soon as you involve anything external to an ecosystem (technology, medicine... doctors) you are changing the parameters for selection and adaptation, however he doesn't seem to realize how this applies to the situation at hand. What is truly frustrating is that in nearly all other episodes Phlox actually shows a good understanding of medicine and ethics, so this drop into Idiot Ball stupidity is particularly noticeable.
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The Bad Guy Wins
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The Bad Guy Wins: They did a Black-and-Gray Morality version of this for the Mirror Universe episode "In A Mirror Darkly" with everyone being villainous in one way or another. The "heroes" were the Vulcans T'Pol and Soval, made sympathetic in part by their being a conquered people, but T'Pol is shown being rather cruel and manipulative in her own way, and both Vulcans are initially working for The Empire against The Resistance in any case. To make a long story short, they lose to the megalomaniacal version of Jonathan Archer, who's shown laughing and partying with his "Captain's Woman" Hoshi Sato as he celebrates his victory and prepares to take over as Emperor. To keep the ending from being completely disgusting, however, Hoshi Sato gives him some poisoned champagne to drink, and then embraces Travis Mayweather as her new consort in front of Archer as he lies dying from the poison. Later, upon reaching Earth, she carries out what had been his plan, demanding that Starfleet surrender or be destroyed, and announcing that she is the new Empress.
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Dead Guy Junior
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Dead Guy Junior: Trip and T'Pol's temporary baby, Elizabeth, after Trip's recently murdered sister.
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Exotic Extended Marriage
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Exotic Extended Marriage: Denobulans (both male and female) tend to have three spouses each. Dr. Phlox, the Enterprise's chief surgeon, thus had a total of 720 people he was directly or indirectly married to.
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Space Pirates
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Space Pirates: "Fortunate Son", "Acquisition", "The Catwalk", "Anomaly." The Klingons have a habit of plundering undefended colonies ("Marauders", "Sleeping Dogs", "Judgement"), and even Archer has to resort to these tactics during the Xindi War ("Damage").
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Teleporter Accident: The teleporter has only recently been approved for non-cargo use and hardly anyone trusts it — which turns out to be a reasonable fear when they beam up a guy and he ends up with rocks and leaves sticking out of his skin because he'd been teleported during a violent storm. As it turns out, the inventor of the teleporter was no stranger to this either, being crippled when his spinal column was mangled in an early test.
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Shotgun Wedding
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T'Pau was an old Vulcan priestess, and the most powerful figure on Vulcan, who presided over Spock's Shotgun Wedding in "Amok Time". The original actress was Celia Lovsky. A holographic version, played by Betty Matsushita, turned up in VOY's "The Darkling".note (The Doctor incorporated some of her traits into his program in order to expand his horizons, but was warned that T'Pau could be "ruthless" in the application of her "logic.") On Enterprise, the young T'Pau was played by actress Kara Zediker. Note also that Lovsky's Viennese accent is totally absent, though as Kara enthusiastically attests, "I had that in my back pocket in case they wanted it."
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Distant Finale
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Distant Finale: Doubly so — "These Are The Voyages..." is set in 2370, showing Riker and Troi observing events that took place in 2161 (when the previous episode took place in 2155).
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No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup
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No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup: Averted with the Xindi weapon. They build two prototypes, one of which is used to attack Earth and another mostly destroys a moon. By the end of Season 3, Archer is concerned that destroying the weapon will only result in the Xindi building another, which is why he tries to convince Degra and other council members to make peace. In addition, Degra was cunning enough to encrypt the schematics so it could not be easily rebuilt.
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Ascended Meme: Fans coined the name "Future Guy" to refer to the otherwise unnamed mysterious leader of the Temporal Cold War who first appeared in the pilot and was known only as the "Humanoid Figure". Ironically the writing staff actually took this name and used it for the character.
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Stable Time Loop
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Stable Time Loop: "Regeneration" reveals Star Trek: First Contact was one. Basically, the Borg attacked earth, going back in time, where several were shot down. Then, they wake up, and send the location of Earth to the Borg. It was estimated to take 200 years to reach them. 200 years later, basically, the Borg attacked Earth, going back in time...
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Instrumental Theme Tune
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Instrumental Theme Tune: Disastrously averted. Enterprise was the only series in the Star Trek franchise that didn't use an instrumental theme. "Faith of the Heart" was poorly received. Many online petitions were submitted for its removal from the title sequence.
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Mr. Seahorse
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Mr. Seahorse: In "Unexpected", Trip gets pregnant when he and a female Xyrillian stick their hands in a bowl of glowing pebbles.
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Zeerust
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Zee Rust: The NX-01 actually seems more futuristic than the original series USS Enterprise (NCC-1701). Worth noting that the set designer openly admits that fact is true, simply because real-world technology has advanced past TOS in places, and that he tried to keep it a balance of TOS and real-world modern. Lampshaded when the Mirror Universe crew takes the Constitution -class starship Defiant and gush over how futuristic and modern the Bridge is.
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Clash of Evolutionary Levels: In an instance where nature does most of the work, the Enterprise finds a planet peacefully cohabited by two slightly different species at different evolutionary levels. The dominant species had a genetic condition which slated them to die out in a couple hundred years, while the lesser species was evolving to replace them. The Enterprise ultimately did not assist the dominant species as it would alter the planet's natural development. Comparisons to Humans and Neanderthals were made to justify this decision.
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Artistic License – Astronomy
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In "The Aenar", Regulus is used as a staging ground for a Vulcan invasion of Andoria. Considering how far away Regulus is from those systems, it's likely the writers took some creative license here for the sake of using a familiar name.
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The Man Behind the Man
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The Man Behind the Man: Future Guy in the first couple seasons, the Sphere Builders in Season 3.
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Blessed with Suck
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Blessed with Suck: Archer tries to claim that this applies to the human race with his infamous "gazelle speech" at the start of the second season. While his basic point makes sense on some levels, his attempt to paint it as a good thing just comes off as ridiculous. Fortunately, T'Pol then steps in and makes the same argument in a much more articulate way.
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Delayed Ripple Effect: Daniels says that massive changes in the timeline don't immediately alter the future. Even though taking Archer to the future resulted in immediately destroying the future...
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Broken Aesop
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Broken Aesop: Deconstructed with T'Pol's Pa'nar syndrome. The Vulcan Mind-Meld subculture and related Pa'nar syndrome disease served as allegories for homosexuality and AIDS, including the scorn heaped upon the former and the stigma attached to contracting the latter. Archer and Phlox repeatedly expressed their distaste for the Vulcan bigotry related to this issue, but they themselves continually point out that T'Pol, who has Pa'nar Syndrome, is not a member of the Mind-Meld minority, and attracted the disease through a non-consensual attack. T'Pol eventually pointed out to them that, by attempting to "excuse" her having the disease, they are supporting and even justifying the Double Standard that the High Command has against the Mind-Meld minority. In "North Star", the theme of overcoming prejudice and tolerance is slightly undone as Bethany, the only person willing and able to give them any kind of respect and consideration is later revealed (for no reason) to be a quarter-Skagaran herself. As a result, the Sheriff taking a level in kindness and becoming more tolerant is the only thing that preventing this aesop from being completely mangled.
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Voodoo Shark
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Voodoo Shark: The show’s creators tried to explain away its Cosmetically Advanced Prequel nature by claiming that it took place in its own timeline, created by the Borg’s actions in Star Trek: First Contact. Fan reaction to this explanation was almost universally negative — at best it was viewed as a silly solution to a problem that only a tiny minority of fans really cared about, and at worst it was felt to make the show’s prequel status meaningless if it wasn’t in the same continuity as the prior shows — and so the reboot movies and Star Trek: Discovery unsurprisingly ignored it, presenting this show as fully in-continuity with both.
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Establishing Series Moment: The pilot episode "Broken Bow" has a Klingon crash on Earth in Oklahoma and was shot by a farmer with a plasma rifle that has the mechanical behavior of a lever-action shotgun. It gave the series a stronger Twenty Minutes In The Future tone that set it apart from other Star Trek shows. For better or for worse, "Dear Doctor". For better in that it firmly establishes that the rule of conduct we've come to know in Star Trek (i.e. the Prime Directive) do not yet exist in the Enterprise era. For worse in that many fans chose this episode as the point where they abandoned Enterprise and televised Star Trek (if they didn't jump ship with "A Night in Sickbay").
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Brainwashed: Hoshi (brain parasite), the crew (space babes in "Rajiin" and "Bound"), Mirror Universe Trip (mind-meld).
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Cold-Blooded Torture
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Cold-Blooded Torture: How do you torture a Vulcan? With a neural field that suppresses their ability to suppress their emotions.
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"Could Have Avoided This!" Plot: "A Night in Sickbay". Porthos contracts a deadly disease, the NX-01 offends a major galactic power, and the ship is stranded and need of a rare component... because Archer brought his dog to a sacred grove of trees. Tucker and T'Pol lampshade it.
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Kiss of Distraction
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Kiss of Distraction: Archer is undercover on a pre-industrial alien world, and doing some covert work alongside an alien female. When his Universal Translator breaks and he can no longer understand her, he smooches the woman to shut her up and distract her long enough so he can fix the translator behind her back. Played with later in the episode, where she reveals she realized he was fiddling with this translation device and just went along with it anyway, and at the end of the episode when they kiss for real and both of them joke that it's because his translator's broken again. She had no idea he was an alien the first time they kissed and he covered by claiming he thought someone was coming their way (they were hiding at the time).
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Shirtless Scene
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Shirtless Scene: Archer and Tucker in "Desert Crossing." The writers presumably thought "It's a desert world; it'll be hot." Obviously nobody gets sunstroke or sunburn in the future, and in the present, nobody considers what desert-dwellers wear on Earth. The decontamination room. While it does make sense for it to exist in the capacity that it does, Star Trek is not above ignoring realistic things for expediencies sake. Unless it involves half-naked characters rubbing each other.
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Mistaken for Spies
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Mistaken for Spies: "Communicator". Malcolm accidentally leaves his communicator behind on a pre-warp planet that's on the brink of war. He and Archer go back to retrieve it, and are assumed to be spies from the other side of the war.
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Inscrutable Aliens
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Inscrutable Aliens: In the episode Silent Enemy the Enterprise encountered an alien ship that did not speak when hailed and soon turned inexplicably hostile.
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Sealed Evil in a Can
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Sealed Evil in a Can: "Regeneration", "Cold Station 12"
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Fantastic Medicinal Bodily Product
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Fantastic Medicinal Bodily Product: In "Dawn", when Trip is stranded on a hostile planet with an Arkonian pilot, he discovers that Arkonian saliva can heal wounds rapidly. Dr. Phlox took advantage of the medicinal properties of several nonsentient alien species in his sickbay.
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Non Sequitur Environment
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Non Sequitur Environment: Whenever Archer gets pulled into some time-travel shenanigans courtesy of Daniels, he'll walk through a door on Enterprise and end up God-knows-when.
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Biodata: In the pilot episode, the Klingon courier Klaang carried information injected directly into his DNA, concerning the Suliban's attempts to destabilize the Empire.
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Mirror Universe
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In the Mirror Universe episode, evil Captain Archer proudly shows off the shotgun Zephram Cochrane used to kill the first Vulcan who stepped onto human soil.
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Stock Star Systems
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Stock Star Systems: Vega and Proxima Centauri have major Earth colonies already, and Zefram Cochrane is known to have retired to the latter before disappearing. Interestingly, Proxima was not the first human extrasolar colony — that honor went to Eta Cassiopeia, a star about nineteen light-years away, as depicted in "Terra Nova". Vulcan and Andoria are located in the 40 Eridani A and Procyon systems, respectively, and Vega has a major Earth colony as early as the 2150s. Procyon V is also the site of the final battle against the Sphere Builders in the 26th century according to "Azati Prime". In "Anomaly", Trip is offered a medical treatment involving being covered with Aldebaran mud leeches, which would require him to lay prone and stay still to avoid angering them. He declines. In "The Aenar", Regulus is used as a staging ground for a Vulcan invasion of Andoria. Considering how far away Regulus is from those systems, it's likely the writers took some creative license here for the sake of using a familiar name. Rigel X is visited in the pilot episode, and again in the series finale. The system is home to the Rigelian species and, according to the Star Trek Expanded Universe, the Orions as well. Phlox's planet of Debobula fought a series of wars with the inhabitants of Antares, which ended inconclusively in the 19th century, according to "The Breach".
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Downer Ending
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Downer Ending: "Cogenitor" ends with the third-gender cogenitor committing suicide when they realize they'll never be able to experience the free life Trip showed them.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: "Broken Bow" features Enterprise using a blaster-like pulse weapon against the Suliban. It would never be seen again, with the ship's armaments being phase cannon and spatial torpedoes, and later on, photonic torpedoes. A couple of early episodes would have characters referring to their ship as "the Enterprise." Besides one mention in "The Augments," no one would refer to Enterprise with the definite article. (Nor should they, any more than they'd refer to the captain or the doctor as "the Archer" or "the Phlox".)
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The teleporter has only recently been approved for non-cargo use and hardly anyone trusts it — which turns out to be a reasonable fear when they beam up a guy and he ends up with rocks and leaves sticking out of his skin because he'd been teleported during a violent storm.
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Straw Hypocrite: John Frederick Paxton, the leader of Terra Prime. He at least has the decency to admit to it when called on the fact.
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Drowning My Sorrows
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Drowning My Sorrows: In "Shuttlepod One", Trip and Reed find the bottom of a bottle of bourbon after they're stranded in space facing a slow death.
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Book-Ends
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Book-Ends: The pilot episode opens with a young Jonathan Archer saying "where no man has gone before." The last line in the series also belongs to Captain Archer, getting the "To boldly go, where no man has gone before" line after Picard and Kirk's respective parts of the speech.
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Piggybacking on Hitler: In "Storm Front", the Na'kuhl find themselves back in time on 20th-century Earth, during World War II. They side with the Nazis, offering to build advanced weapons in exchange for the resources they need to build a time machine. When the Nazis complain that the Aliens aren't helping them enough, the alien leader lampshades the trope by bluntly stating that the Nazis conquer countries; they conquer planets.
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Cosmetically Advanced Prequel
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Cosmetically Advanced Prequel: Especially when compared to TOS. This is Handwaved in several places with explanations that smooth over the consistency issues with a couple of different theories - one is that the Enterprise is a very crude spaceship with no designer or creature comforts and all the technology out on display, while the look in TOS and other series are aesthetically-minded and designed to make things easier to use and less likely to break and come apart at the seams. This handwave is supported by the "Trials and Tribblations" episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine which directly makes reference to TOS era have particular styles and designs, much as unique architectural styles such as art deco are referenced today.
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Fantastic Racism
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Fantastic Racism: A continuing theme of the show, as this prequel series dealt with mankind's initial reactions to new life and new civilisations. Early season episodes include the Suliban being treated like potential terrorists because of the actions of the Cabal, the Vulcans' patronising attitude towards humans (and the human response to it), and Commander Shran — an Andorian who despises Vulcans and Tellarians, and even refers to his friend Captain Archer as "pinkskin" (along with all other humans; apparently he missed Hoshi and Travis). In "The Breach" Dr Phlox has to persuade a patient to receive treatment from him as the Denobulans committed atrocities against his species in the past, while Trip's attempt to help a repressed minority in a tri-gendered species has a tragic end. Virtually the entire fourth season touched on this trope in one way or another. Xenophobia on Earth increases after the Xindi attack, radical group Terra Prime tries to make political capital over the Trip/T'Pol relationship by squicking out humanity over the idea of Vulcan-human hybrids (even T'Pol's mother brings up "the shame" that such a mixed-race child would feel). And the whole Übermensch thing naturally comes up with the genetically-superior Augments. And let's not even get into Vulcans shunning those who use their telepathic powers because they spread Vulcan AIDS...
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Hate Plague
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Hate Plague: The episode "Singularity" has the NX-01 approaching a black hole for scans, and the closer they get, the more they started to suffer from this as their Super OCD obsessions clashed with each other.
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Genius Ditz
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Genius Ditz: Tucker. In "Shuttlepod One" it's shown that he doesn't understand simple algebra problems, which you think would be required reading for anyone who happens to be in charge of an matter/anti-matter reactor?!
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Enemy Mine
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Enemy Mine: "Sleeping Dogs" (Das Boot IN SPACE!!), "Shadows of P'Jem", "Dawn", "The Forgotten", "Countdown", "Zero Hour", "Storm Front", "United." "Countdown" and "Zero Hour" have the rebellious Xindi helping Enterprise fight the sphere-builders. In United, Humans, Andorians, and Tellarites band together to stop the Romulans.
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Animal Lover
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Animal Lover: Phlox owns several creatures, and while some of them are because things such as their hair and saliva are used in his medicines, he's shown to care about them as pets too. Hoshi once owned a slug, is shocked at the sight of a Tribble being eaten, and shows affection towards other people's pets.
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Alternate Reality Episode
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Alternate Reality Episode: "In A Mirror, Darkly" takes place entirely within the Mirror Universe, with the only main connection to the Prime Universe being the U.S.S. Defiant from the original series episode, "The Tholian Web".
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Super Dickery: Archer and Hoshi start off "Babel" in a big argument that culminates in him suggesting she might want to leave in a shuttle pod if she's so dissatisfied with the state of things on Enterprise, and oh-by-the-way she's looking a little bit heavy lately. Then she grins and says "that was a nice touch." Turns out they were practicing proper etiquette for dealing with a Tellarite ambassador. Tellarites apparently love to argue over everything.
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The Mountains of Illinois
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The Mountains of Illinois: In the pilot episode we are treated to Klingons running across the Great Plains of Broken Bow, Oklahoma. Broken Bow is a real place in the hilly, heavily forested southeastern corner, one of the few areas of the state that actually DOESN'T look like this. A literal example of the trope is in "Carpenter Street," which takes place in Detroit and ends with a shot of some mountains which aren't within a hundred miles.
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Renegade Splinter Faction
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Renegade Splinter Faction: It's revealed that the Suliban Cabal is this, as many Suliban don't agree with their goals. Didn't stop others from lumping them all in the same group. Terra Prime for Humanity, a bunch of xenophobes who want to eject aliens and sever diplomatic relations with them thanks to the Xindi attack. The Syrannites are this for Vulcans. Subverted as it's revealed that instead of the radical terrorists they're portrayed as by the Vulcan High Command, they're actually a pacifist movement who desire to return the Vulcans back to the original teachings of Surak. And they succeed.
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I Want My Beloved to Be Happy
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I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Interestingly, both sides of a Love Triangle do this for T'Pol, a few episodes apart.
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Shoot the Hostage
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Shoot the Hostage: A Mook has a revolver to T'Pol's head. Reed stuns T'Pol with his phase pistol and the Mook is left staring at Reed with a stunned expression. Reed shrugs and then stuns the Mook.
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Dream Sequence
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Dream Sequence: T'Pol experiences one in Season 1's "Fusion"
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Conspiracy Kitchen Sink
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Conspiracy Kitchen Sink: Insinuated by "The Forge", "Awakening", and "Kir'Shara." Apparently, all the dickery the Vulcans play on the humans and Andorians has its roots in reunification with Romulus.
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Heel–Face Turn
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"Countdown" and "Zero Hour" have the rebellious Xindi helping Enterprise fight the sphere-builders.
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Bottle Episode
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Bottle Episode: Nearly the entirety of "Shuttlepod One" takes place in, well, a shuttlepod, over the course of a few days, with Trip and Malcolm driving each other crazy.
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The Mutiny
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The Mutiny: "Hatchery". Justified, though, in that Archer's judgement has been compromised.
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I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder
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I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder: Phlox uses this one in "Doctor's Orders" when neither he nor T'Pol—the only crew members awake at the time because plot reasons feel qualified to operate the warp engine: "I'm a physician, not an engineer!"
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Designated Victim
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Designated Victim: Unlike actors playing previous Trek captains, Scott Bakula was more than willing to appear battered and bruised, until Archer getting thrown in prison and beaten up by interrogators became a series cliché.
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Outgrown Such Silly Superstitions
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Outgrown Such Silly Superstitions: In "Cold Front", Trip apparently was under the impression that religious aliens must be automatically Space Amish, leading him to spend some time explaining the Warp Reactor in simplistic terms to a group of Borothan pilgrims, before one of them politely informs him that he's actually a warp field theorist.
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Planet of Hats
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It's revealed that the Suliban Cabal is this, as many Suliban don't agree with their goals. Didn't stop others from lumping them all in the same group.
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The One with...
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The One with...: "Regeneration". Known fondly as the "The One With The Borg".
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Plain Palate
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Plain Palate: The Vissians in "Cogenitor" don't have very flavourful foods because they prefer to focus on how their food smells.
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The Only One
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The Only One: Fully justified for once. When Captain Archer says that NX-01 Enterprise is being sent to a crisis in the Borderland because they're the "fastest ship with the most experienced crew" he's right - Enterprise is the first human vessel capable of Warp 5 (most others are around Warp 2). The NX-02 Columbia isn't available till mid-way through the fourth season, and its most experienced crewmember is an officer who transfers over from Enterprise.
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Insane Admiral
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Insane Admiral: Averted. Uniquely among the other Trek shows, Enterprise had a regularly occurring Reasonable Authority Figure in Admiral Forrest that the crew reported to. Even his Mirror Universe counterpart was largely honorable (going down in a Heroic Sacrifice to give Archer time to complete the mission), if a bit brutal.
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: Enterprise is named after a largely capitalist concept of starting something new, an odd name for the first deep space exploration/diplomatic vessel that a united and rapidly post capitalist Earth sends out. The second ship of the NX Class, Columbia, is named after a personification of the Americas and often more specifically the USA; also an odd choice for a representative of a united Earth. Meta, Enterprise was named for the US Navy ships of the same name, Gene Roddenberry and some of the initial staff being navy men, and Columbia was named after the Space Shuttle; in universe, it's plausible that both are named after the shuttles.
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Space Does Not Work That Way
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Space Does Not Work That Way: Space Is an Ocean, Space Is Noisy, 2-D Space note  though this was actually averted in "Acquisition" , In Space, Everyone Can See Your Face, and every other standard Star Trek misrepresentation.
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Anti-Human Alliance
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Anti-Human Alliance: In the Mirror Universe, there is an alien resistance force that is fighting back against the Terran Empire.
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Understatement
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Understatement: When Rajiin asks Archer why he's looking for the Xindi, who have already attacked Earth with a WMD and are believed to be building something roughly analogous to a Death Star for their second attack, he says he wants to "resolve a disagreement."
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Culture Clash
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Culture Clash: Frequently. Trying to shake hands with Vulcans, eating in front of Kreetassans, and a host of other first-contact mishaps.
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Inferred Holocaust
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Inferred Holocaust: Invoked at the end of "The Communicator", where to prevent cultural contamination by revealing their alien origins, Archer lets a highly paranoid military power believe that they are genetically engineered super-soldiers from their enemy nation, with advanced particle weapons, sub-orbital craft that is not only invisible to radar, but the naked eye as well! Archer reflects at the end of the end of the episode, that despite preventing them from acquiring advanced technology, with all the political tension on that planet, chances are that they probably made things a lot worse!
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Conqueror from the Future
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Conqueror from the Future: The Sphere-Builders. A whole race of them.
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Idiot Ball
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Idiot Ball: An in-universe version: the creator(s) of the Augments enhanced their aggression, ambition and tendency for violence (or in other words, all primal human instincts left over from basic humanoid evolution before higher cortical functions took over) and didn't make sure that their dis-inhibition wasn't lowered at the same time? How was that a good idea at all? These geneticists basically made sure that the reasoning and complicated thought processes inherent in the cerebral cortex (particularly the frontal lobes) that makes humans human (also the limbic system and capacity for compassion) was enslaved to uncontrolled primitive desires. In their Augments they reduced humanity to a primitive animalistic group-society with the added cruelty and violence of intelligent humans and the disinhibition to not control that cruelty or violence. All that their "higher intelligence" did was make sure that they lived in such a manner with advanced technology. Yes, this was clearly the way forward for human evolution and genetic science. In "The Expanse", unless Duras had caught up with them that very second, we have to assume that he'd intentionally waited until Enterprise had dropped out of warp in the Solar System before staging his ambush, instead of attacking them whilst in Deep Space. Naturally, this ambush occurring right in their own backyard means that Starfleet shows up in less than a minute. In "Bound", knowing that the Orion females are emitting a pheromone that allows them to manipulate the men onboard, they decide to lock them in the Decon Chamber as a safety precaution... then decide to post a male guard in the room with them.
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Noble Demon
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Noble Demon: Shran is generally portrayed this way. He's as suspicious, paranoid and ruthless as Vulcans accuse Andorians in general of being... but he has a conscience, and can always be trusted to do the right thing in the end, even if he takes a long, circuitous, and sometimes cruel path getting there.
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ColorCodedForYourConvenience
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Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Enterprise's phase cannons and torpedoes are a bright orange in color. Andorians fire blue particle weapons (hardly surprising), and any enemy they engage, be it Klingons, Xindi, future-Nazis or even Vulcans, fire green beams and torpedoes.
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Two Girls to a Team
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Two Girls to a Team: T'Pol and Hoshi, the experienced and emotionless Vulcan officer and (initially) nervous rookie communications specialist. Interestingly, as T'Pol learns to embrace her emotions more as she spends more time around humans, Hoshi becomes much more adept at dealing with her own fears and doubts as the mission progresses.
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Bond Villain Stupidity: Malik must have seen every Bond film, and not picked up on what not to do. He decides to leave Archer on board Cold Station-12 and release all the diseases in storage five minutes after they leave, even after shooting his weakling brother. Soong calls him out on this when Archer shows up alive and well the next episode.
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Prison Ship
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Prison Ship: One episode had Captain Archer and Trip aboard one of these. The other criminals launched an escape and killed the guards, forcing them to make themselves useful to the criminals in order to survive. It was basically Con Air IN SPACE!.
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We Will Not Have Pockets in the Future
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We Will Not Have Pockets in the Future: Averted thanks to the zipperiffic uniforms worn by Archer & Co.
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Remember the New Guy?
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On a franchise-wide level, what happened to the Xindi, the Denobulans and the Suliban in the next three hundred years?
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Real Life Writes the Plot
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Real Life Writes the Plot: Anthony Montgomery (Travis Mayweather) wasn't bitter about his character's Advertised Extra status and attributes it to 9/11 forcing the writers to pull a major shift, saying that it was more important for Star Trek to do its job of commenting on contemporary society.
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Screw the Rules, I Make Them!
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Screw the Rules, I Make Them!: The First Monarch, in Precious Cargo, expresses this attitude towards the end regarding future visits from Enterprise's crew.
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Duel to the Death
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Duel to the Death: In "United", a furious Shran declares this after the murder of his lover by one of the Tellarite ambassadors. Trying to save the conference, Archer, Hoshi and Travis figure out a loophole in the rules to allow him to substitute Archer in the ambassador's place and find a non-lethal way to settle the duel, which still respects Andorian tradition.
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2-D Space
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2-D Space: Averted for once in "Acquisition". The Ferengi ship approaches the Enterprise from an angle unusual for the series.
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Training the Peaceful Villagers
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Training the Peaceful Villagers / The Magnificent Seven Samurai: "Marauders"
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Celebrity Paradox
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Celebrity Paradox: The space shuttle Enterprise appears in the opening credits and as a drawing in Archer's ready room. In real life, it was named as such because of a write-in campaign by fans to have it be in honor of Kirk's ship; NASA had originally planned to name the shuttle Constitution. Presumably, in the Star Trek universe, it was named in honor of the other American vessels named Enterprise.
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Comic-Book Adaptation
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Comic-Book Adaptation: A notable averting of the trope; as of 2014, Enterprise stands as the only Trek franchise series to not have had a single comic book adaptation.
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Handshake Refusal
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Handshake Refusal: Sub-commander T'pol does this to Trip Tucker in the pilot episode. Justified in that T'pol is a Vulcan, Vulcans being touch telepathic aliens who don't like touching members of their own species, let alone emotional humans. It pretty obviously doubled as a snub, however.
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The Federation
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Ambassador Soval and Admiral Forrest had a very interesting conversation in "The Forge" where Soval explains why Vulcans were so aloof and withdrawn to them despite being allies. Vulcans had a devastating world war and it took them sixteen hundred years to rebuild their race. Humans suffered a similar thing and within a hundred years discovered FTL travel, made contact with aliens, united as a single world government, solved world hunger, world poverty and eliminated all curable diseases. On top of that, they had started the makings of The Federation. Vulcans were concerned that they could either be powerful allies or end up like the Klingons.
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Shower Scene
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Shower Scene — a zero-G surprise involving Captain Archer and a Daydream Surprise Shower of Love involving T'Pol/Trip.
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Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking
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Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: According to the inventor of the transporter, "People said it was unsafe, that it caused brain cancer, psychosis, and even sleep disorders."
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Stupid Jetpack Hitler
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Stupid Jetpack Hitler: "Zero Hour", "Storm Front" (Stukas with Frickin' Plasma Cannons!)
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WW3
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John Paxton, the leader of the xenophobic Earth organization Terra Prime. He had unwavering dedication to his cause, and was willing to scorch half of San Francisco to make his demands known. Considering this was after a devastating alien attack, their concerns about an alien alliance had some validity. T'Pol deduced from a trembling hand that Paxton had a genetic disorder, one that should have killed him when he was a teenager, but didn't because of "freely given" alien medical technology. Paxton will only admit that he's not the first leader to fail to live up to the standard of an idol (in his case, a mass murderer from Earth's post WW 3 period), and refuses to back down. This fact exposed him as a man who was just racist.
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Space Clothes
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Space Clothes: Of all the Star Trek shows, this one falls victim to this the least. Starfleet personnel wear flight suits that clearly look like flight suits, while civilian fashions tend to involve polo shirts, business suits, and other items that resemble late 20th- and early 21st-century attire. Likewise, the MACOs wear pretty standard military camo. Played Straight, though, with some of the aliens' fashions (such as the Suliban or the Xindi-Reptillians). And then there's Daniels, the time cop masquerading as a steward, whose ribbed 31st-century outfit makes a compelling case for him to stick with the Starfleet flight suit.
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What Happened to the Mouse?: In "Shockwave", Daniels explicitly states that history never recorded the disaster that lead to 3600 Paraagan colonists being incinerated when their atmosphere ignited? After wrestling with the guilt for the entirety of Part I, they end Part II relieved that they aren't the cause and that the Suliban are to blame and become re-focused on finding them to bring to justice. Although understandable that they are relieved that they aren't the cause of the colony extinction, after grieving the deaths in the first half they just become determined to find who is to blame and no one mourns the fact that 3600 people are still dead, mentions the impact of their death or what will happen to the timeline and history now that an entire colony of people are wipe out. They also don't bring up the idea of going back in time to prevent it... or were they expecting Daniels to change history back later?! What happened to the Automated Repair Station in "Dead Stop", which was shown rebuilding itself at the end of the episode? On a franchise-wide level, what happened to the Xindi, the Denobulans and the Suliban in the next three hundred years? What happened to the Illyrians from whom Archer stole a warp coil in "Damage"? Without the coil, they were left 3 years from home. While it might undermine the moral dilemma of "Damage" slightly, it seems unforgivable that Archer wouldn't ask the Xindi to help the Illyrians once he got on better terms with them.
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Crazy Cultural Comparison
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Crazy Cultural Comparison: The crew of the Enterprise causes a faux pas with an alien representative, who leaves in a huff, apparently disgusted by something. Eventually, Mayweather finds out that they find eating offensive. When asked how they do it, the alien explains that it's the same, but eating in the presence of others is a disgusting act for them.
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Protagonist-Centered Morality: Archer specifically. The show tends to go to great lengths to emphasize the good that will come from his actions in the future (i.e. the creation of the Federation) in order to rationalize away all the morally-dubious things he does in his present. He is also the subject of admiration in-show for the results of what his actions (especially when they benefit Earth), and is frequently praised and respected by other characters. This despite the fact that he often performs acts that he himself denounces others for doing and is incredibly arbitrary about what his values are.
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Back from the Dead
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What happened to the Automated Repair Station in "Dead Stop", which was shown rebuilding itself at the end of the episode?
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Commonality Connection
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Commonality Connection: In "United", Shran and Archer discover this about each other, after he inquires about the paintings of the various ships on the wall of his cabin. Archer explains they are vessels from across the centuries named Enterprise, leading Shran to reveal that his ill-fated ship, the Kumari, was similarly named after the first icebreaker to circumnavigate Andoria.
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Space Mines
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Space Mines: In the episode, "Minefield", the Enterprise runs into a cloaked field of Romulan mines.
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Mind Rape
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Mind Rape: In "Fusion," the crew have aboard a group of radical, emotional Vulcans. One of them lets T'pol experience her first Mind Meld, but since this particular Vulcan is a major creeper, it goes very, very wrong, and winds up having repercussions for her in a later episode, "Stigma." "Countdown" sees a Xindi-Reptillian do this to poor Hoshi so she'll give them launch codes. Hoshi resists as long as she can, but it's not pretty.
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Plasma Cannon: Used by the Enterprise before being replaced with Phase Cannons.
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Real Song Theme Tune
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Real Song Theme Tune: The theme "Where My Heart Will Take Me" (not "Faith of the Heart" as widely believed) was originally from the soundtrack of Patch Adams.
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Kudzu Plot
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Kudzu Plot: Once again, related to the "Temporal Cold War." Even the producers admitted they had no idea where it was going.
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ProudWarriorRaceGuy
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Proud Warrior Race Guy: The Klingons, who because of the earlier time return to being the bad guys, or at least on much less friendly terms. In "Judgement" their warrior race status is deconstructed by a Klingon lawyer describing the culture degrading into pure warrior status, which leaves a large hole in the community for little things like doctors, lawyers, school teachers...
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Timey-Wimey Ball
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Timey-Wimey Ball: Much of the Temporal Cold War arc, brought to a conclusion in the beginning of the fourth season and even the characters who knew what was going on couldn't explain exactly what was happening.
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Double-Blind What-If
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Double-Blind What-If: The episode “In a Mirror, Darkly” has Mirror Universe Archer tell T’Pol that in his universe Zefram Cochran killed the Vulcans and stole their ship, and idly wonders what would have happened had First Contact been peaceful... which is in fact what happened in the “main” universe.
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Femme Fatale
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Femme Fatale: Mirror!Hoshi becomes a rather unexpected example of this trope.
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Laser-Guided Karma
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Laser-Guided Karma: The Vulcans refuse to lend Humanity any aid during the Xindi Incident, even though the Earth is certain facing destruction should the Xindi attack again. The destruction of Vulcan in the new Alternate Universe of Star Trek (2009) could be considered severe karmic payback for this.
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You Keep Using That Word
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You Keep Using That Word: T'Pol invokes "logic" whenever dealing with the subject of Time Travel. T'Pol has met time traveller Daniels, seen his advanced technology and even once parsed through a futuristic archive which included a complete history of Vulcan ships that haven't been built yet. She has encountered a pod that is Bigger on the Inside that contained a dead human corpse that had Vulcan DNA, something that is currently impossible by today's science. When the evidence is repeatedly standing right in front of her, concluding that time travel is possible would be called a logical conclusion.
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Communications Officer
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Communications Officer: Hoshi's job. Her linguistics expertise also came into play because the Universal Translator was still a work-in-progress, it appeared to be operated manually, and given that we rarely see anyone using it, it's possible that Hoshi was either the only one able to operate it, or that it only partially worked, and Hoshi had to 'fill in the blanks' on her own. Unfortunately, the writers often couldn't find anything to do with her, and so she ended up doing random errands for several episodes. This was not helped as the show had an all but non-existent B-Cast for the first two seasons.
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Bare Your Midriff
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Bare Your Midriff: In the Mirror Universe the Enterprise crewman still wear the standard jumpsuits (with added Bling of War) but in homage to Uhura's fanservice-y outfit in "Mirror Mirror" the women wear a two-piece, including a high-cut shirt that shows off their taut abs.
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Villainous Breakdown
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Villainous Breakdown: In "Kir'Shara," V'Las loses control of his emotions and starts shouting as his plans fall to pieces, noticeably contrasted with T'Pau's calm.
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Subspace Ansible
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Subspace Ansible: Despite the fact that later Enterprises would take hours or days to receive a pre-recorded subspace message, communications with the NX-01 are all real-time. But they're not as far out, and we do see relay beacons being deployed at one stage.
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Pardon My Klingon
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Pardon My Klingon: Hoshi cusses T'Pol out in Vulcan in the pilot. T'Pol's response is something along the lines of "Very impressive, but I thought we were speaking English on this journey." From the episode "Terra Prime" (a basic form of UT had just been invented by Hoshi):
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Never My Fault
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Never My Fault: The Vulcans used a monastery to spy on the Andorians. According to them, it's Archer and T'Pol's fault that their sacred site was subsequently destroyed. They don't consider that maybe they shouldn't have built a sensor array under it.
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Bug War
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Bug War: One of the Xindi races is insectoid.
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Not So Different
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Not So Different: When Trip rants about Orion slavery in "Borderland," Soong points out that someone with such a strong Southern accent probably has ancestors who had a hand in the chattel slavery of their own time. There's a subtle moment inn "The Forge" when Archer has a little chuckle as T'Pol relates the difficulties that have arisen between Surak's time and the present.
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NothingIsTheSameAnyMore
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Nothing Is The Same Any More: The Xindi attack on Earth in "The Expanse."
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Took a Level in Badass
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Took a Level in Badass: In Seasons 3 and 4, Archer's fighting prowess considerably improved to the point where he could hold his own against anything up to a Xindi-Reptilian.
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Space Western
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Space Western: "North Star," quite literally. A colony of humans are found in the Expanse, whom were abducted from the 19th century American West. The Xindi arc be damned, Archer and company get to investigate and play cowboy for a few days!
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?
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"Similtude" is another ethics conundrum; when Trip dies, Phlox creates a fast-growing clone to harvest organs from.
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Future Spandex
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T'Pol's catsuits, that no Vulcan has ever worn before. (In the future; in the past, who knows?)
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Made of Iron
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Made of Iron: Archer seems to repeatedly forget that Vulcans have superior strength and stamina to humans. Naturally, his attempt to try and out-jog T'Pol in "A Night in Sickbay" fails spectacularly.
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Time Travel
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The Vulcan Science Directorate has determined that Time Travel is impossible. It is illogical to think otherwise.
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E.T. Gave Us Wi-Fi
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E.T. Gave Us Wi-Fi: The second-season episode "Carbon Creek" implies that Velcro was given to us by stranded Vulcans. Doubles as a Critical Research Failure, as the invention of velcro is very well-documented.
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Infinite Supplies
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Infinite Supplies: The constant destruction/rebirth of Shuttlepod 1, the zombie shuttlepod. Mostly averted. Unlike Star Trek: Voyager, damage inflicted in one episode ("Minefield") meant they had to pull into a space repair dock in the next ("Dead Stop"). And severe damage in the third season meant that for the rest of the season they spend time repairing the ship but almost anything more then a hiccup and the ship starts to fall apart again. As well, there weren't any starbases around and any damage to the warp drive meant that help was months or even years away. The alternate Enterprise from "E2" is shown as being even more battle-scarred, due to having spent over a century in the Expanse after being thrown back in time.
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Sarcasm Mode
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An in-universe version: the creator(s) of the Augments enhanced their aggression, ambition and tendency for violence (or in other words, all primal human instincts left over from basic humanoid evolution before higher cortical functions took over) and didn't make sure that their dis-inhibition wasn't lowered at the same time? How was that a good idea at all? These geneticists basically made sure that the reasoning and complicated thought processes inherent in the cerebral cortex (particularly the frontal lobes) that makes humans human (also the limbic system and capacity for compassion) was enslaved to uncontrolled primitive desires. In their Augments they reduced humanity to a primitive animalistic group-society with the added cruelty and violence of intelligent humans and the disinhibition to not control that cruelty or violence. All that their "higher intelligence" did was make sure that they lived in such a manner with advanced technology. Yes, this was clearly the way forward for human evolution and genetic science.
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Ceiling Corpse
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Ceiling Corpse: An early episode has the away team board an unresponsive alien vessel. The place is already quite spooky when Hoshi spots its crew strung up from the ceiling, having their blood mechanically harvested.
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Proxy War
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Proxy War: The Temporal Cold War had a future version of the Federation opposed to the Na'kuhl and the Sphere Builders, each of whom backed various factions in the 22nd century with the goal of tampering with the timeline to either ensure the Federation would form or prevent it from forming.
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Homage
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Homage: In Real Life, the first Space Shuttle was called the Enterprise, with the second being the Columbia. In this series, the first warp-5 ship is called Enterprise, with the second called Columbia; and the semi-canon Expanded Universe materials indicate that the remaining warp-5 ships continued with the Theme Naming (Challenger, Discovery, Atlantis and Endeavour).
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Half-Human Hybrid
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In "North Star", the theme of overcoming prejudice and tolerance is slightly undone as Bethany, the only person willing and able to give them any kind of respect and consideration is later revealed (for no reason) to be a quarter-Skagaran herself. As a result, the Sheriff taking a level in kindness and becoming more tolerant is the only thing that preventing this aesop from being completely mangled.
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Double-Meaning Title
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Double-Meaning Title: Referring to the ship itself as well as the "enterprise" of venturing into the unknown and going where no one-ah you know the rest.
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No New Fashions in the Future
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No New Fashions in the Future: Civilians and government officials typically dress in a style virtually identical to early 21st century (that would be now) business formal. This was partially an intentional choice to highlight how this prequel series was only a hundred and fifty years from our present day.
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First Contact
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First Contact: Numerous instances, such as with the Andorians and several species only present in this series.
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Medical Drama
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Medical Drama: "Dear Doctor" has Dr. Phlox confront an ethical dilemma based on Trek writers' usual poor understanding of evolution when they find a species with a genetic disease. "Stigma" is an AIDS allegory when T'Pol is found to have a disease contracted from mind-melding, which is described as "a deviant practice" by this era's Vulcans. "Similtude" is another ethics conundrum; when Trip dies, Phlox creates a fast-growing clone to harvest organs from.
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Red Eyes, Take Warning
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Red Eyes, Take Warning: "Storm Front".
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Space Marine
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Space Marine: The M.A.C.O. unit assigned to the ship in the third season. They wear dark uniforms, have a decidedly more military structure, are much more formal, and are there more or less explicitly to kick Xindi ass.
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Soundtrack Dissonance
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Soundtrack Dissonance: The new, more upbeat, version of the Opening Theme coincided with the show's turn into Darker and Edgier territory in Season 3 as part of a general Retool. This was more often than not quite jarring when the teaser ended on an Oh, Crap! moment only to segue into a bouncy pop song.
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Red Shirt
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Red Shirt: The crew never suffered any fatal casualties in the first two seasons (despite incidents like a Romulan stealth mine blowing away a section of the hull), no doubt to avoid the 'phaser fodder' cliche. All this changed in the third season Xindi war arc with 27 crewmen killed. The trope is lampshaded in "The Forgotten", when Trip has to write a letter to the parents of a dead crewmember but can't remember much about her, so he keeps getting her mixed up with his dead little sister. There's also two classic redshirt incidents: in "The Council" three main characters and a MACO enter one of the mysterious Spheres, and in Season 4 "Daedalus" Reed goes searching through a dark room for a Negative Space Wedgie with an unnamed crewmember — no guessing who gets killed on both occasions. Deliberately parodied in "In A Mirror, Darkly" where Mirror Reed puts on an Original Series redshirt with near-fatal consequences. This trope is played for drama after the aforementioned incident in "The Council". Malcolm Reed, usually The Stoic, is shown to be really very upset by the number of crew members Enterprise has lost since entering the Expanse and the seeming lack of response his fellow senior officers have to the most recent MACO death, and he worries that they're getting too used to losing people.
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Space Suits Are SCUBA Gear
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Space Suits Are Scuba Gear: T'Pol wears a space suit with a gratuitous external air hose in "Damage."
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Eerie Arctic Research Station
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Eerie Arctic Research Station: In the episode "Regeneration", a team of scientists at an Arctic research station in the middle 22nd century comes across Borg drones preserved in the ice from Time Travel events that took place in Star Trek: First Contact. After investigating and recovering the bodies, the drones infiltrate the Enterprise and manage to relay a message to the rest of the Collective before they're stopped.
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Ms. Fanservice
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Ms. Fanservice: T'Pol, an attempt to have a Seven of Nine character present from the get-go. Also provides Star Trek's first actual bare ass shot. Mirror Universe's Hoshi Sato, proof that Evil Is Sexy. Hoshi crawls through a Jeffries Tube, but manages to lose her shirt on her way out.
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However, in the end, the small bit of realistic genetics gets overshadowed by Hollywood inventiveness. Evolution (in simplest terms) is the accumulation of genetic traits and mutations passed into successive generations by natural selection and adaptation. In other episodes Phlox seems to understand the fact that as soon as you involve anything external to an ecosystem (technology, medicine... doctors) you are changing the parameters for selection and adaptation, however he doesn't seem to realize how this applies to the situation at hand. What is truly frustrating is that in nearly all other episodes Phlox actually shows a good understanding of medicine and ethics, so this drop into Idiot Ball stupidity is particularly noticeable.
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Time-Shifted Actor
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Time-Shifted Actor: T'Pau was an old Vulcan priestess, and the most powerful figure on Vulcan, who presided over Spock's Shotgun Wedding in "Amok Time". The original actress was Celia Lovsky. A holographic version, played by Betty Matsushita, turned up in VOY's "The Darkling".note (The Doctor incorporated some of her traits into his program in order to expand his horizons, but was warned that T'Pau could be "ruthless" in the application of her "logic.") On Enterprise, the young T'Pau was played by actress Kara Zediker. Note also that Lovsky's Viennese accent is totally absent, though as Kara enthusiastically attests, "I had that in my back pocket in case they wanted it." "Colonel" Green was a self-styled militiaman and a major player in WWIII. He is the closest thing Trek has to a Hitler figure; indeed, his zealotry and high body count won him a few admirers a century later. A facsimile of Green tried to kill Kirk in "The Savage Curtain"; here he was played by Phillip Pine. A clip of the younger Green, played by Steve Rankin, makes an appearance in ENT's "Demons".
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Retool
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Retooled twice in response to bottomed-out ratings — the first occurred in Season 3 and abandoned the Plot of the Week for a Darker and Edgier season-long "epic" story arc. When that failed, the show was retooled for Season 4 by bringing in new creative staff and focusing the season on two or three-episode long mini-arcs. Although the quality of the show improved significantly (Season 4 is usually considered the best of the show), it was too little too late and said season proved to be its last.
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Epic Launch Sequence
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Epic Launch Sequence: The pilot episode features the launch of the titular starship, which also represents the launch of Earth's endeavor to truly explore the galaxy.
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No OSHA Compliance
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No OSHA Compliance: Enterprise has handrails that could accidentally sever fingers ("Unexpected"), the De-Con chamber is not located anywhere near the airlock, doesn't have a proper seal and can be hotwired to open from the inside ("Acquisition") and the manual overrides to vent plasma fires can only be reached from the outside of the ship ("Forgotten"). Furthermore, the highly dangerous and very experimental transporter doesn't have an officer specifically trained in its operation ("Strange New World"). In "Shockwave", the Enterprise crew are visiting a colony planet that, due to technobabble, is capable of blowing up if proper landing procedures are not taken. This would be bad enough, but on top of that, instead of having dedicated ships and pilots to transport visitors, they just let the Enterprise enter their atmosphere with no more precautions than an instruction manual.
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Scary Dogmatic Aliens
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Scary Dogmatic Aliens: Suliban (terrorists), the aliens in "Chosen Realm" (religious extremists), and the fractious Xindi standing in for the Middle East.
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Too Dumb to Live
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"Observer Effect" brings this issue up again, as almost the exact same situation occurs. Two crew members, Trip and Hoshi, were digging around in an alien garbage dump without protective gear. Before too long they have already died from an exotic disease, and Archer is dying as well. A pair of Organians are watching this as a study of "lesser life forms". Archer wants them to figuratively play God and bring Trip and Hoshi Back from the Dead, even berating the Organians for not already saving them from the disease when they could easily have done so. While doing this, he continues to defend his actions in "Dear Doctor", despite the similarity of the situation. Apparently, Archer thinks leaving an entire species to die from a medical problem is okay, but leaving him and his crew members to die from a disease they carelessly picked up is immoral and unforgivable.
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Villain Episode
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Villain Episode: The two-parter "In A Mirror Darkly", which focuses entirely on the Mirror Universe characters. Complete with a more militant Title Sequence.
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Invaded States of America
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Invaded States of America: During the Temporal Cold War, intervention from aliens allowed the Nazis to invade the United States.
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Tonight, Someone Dies
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Tonight, Someone Dies: Actually used in-universe in "Observer Effect", where two crew members are possessed by non-corporeal life forms observing how Enterprise is going to react to a lethal infection on board their ship. As they discuss it, one of them remarks that they've been watching people get infected on this planet for centuries, and someone always dies.
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Moral Dissonance: In "Dear Doctor", Archer and Phlox are holding a cure to a disease that will almost certainly wipe out one race of intelligent life and, in their absence, force the other (less intelligent, but still sapient) race to evolve (That is to say, die off in great numbers while they slowly get smarter over millennia). They decide to keep this cure to themselves, dooming one race to extinction, and another to the cruel ravages of natural selection, and call it the moral thing to do. "Observer Effect" brings this issue up again, as almost the exact same situation occurs. Two crew members, Trip and Hoshi, were digging around in an alien garbage dump without protective gear. Before too long they have already died from an exotic disease, and Archer is dying as well. A pair of Organians are watching this as a study of "lesser life forms". Archer wants them to figuratively play God and bring Trip and Hoshi Back from the Dead, even berating the Organians for not already saving them from the disease when they could easily have done so. While doing this, he continues to defend his actions in "Dear Doctor", despite the similarity of the situation. Apparently, Archer thinks leaving an entire species to die from a medical problem is okay, but leaving him and his crew members to die from a disease they carelessly picked up is immoral and unforgivable. As a general rule, if an alien species is more advanced than humanity then Archer sees no excuse for them to not share their knowledge or render their assistance. However, if they are less advanced then "interference" is unjustifiable and humanity is righteous in withholding anything they choose. This would later become a core part of how the Prime Directive would be interpreted.
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Forgotten Fallen Friend
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The crew never suffered any fatal casualties in the first two seasons (despite incidents like a Romulan stealth mine blowing away a section of the hull), no doubt to avoid the 'phaser fodder' cliche. All this changed in the third season Xindi war arc with 27 crewmen killed. The trope is lampshaded in "The Forgotten", when Trip has to write a letter to the parents of a dead crewmember but can't remember much about her, so he keeps getting her mixed up with his dead little sister. There's also two classic redshirt incidents: in "The Council" three main characters and a MACO enter one of the mysterious Spheres, and in Season 4 "Daedalus" Reed goes searching through a dark room for a Negative Space Wedgie with an unnamed crewmember — no guessing who gets killed on both occasions. Deliberately parodied in "In A Mirror, Darkly" where Mirror Reed puts on an Original Series redshirt with near-fatal consequences.
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Clear My Name
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Clear My Name: "Detained": Archer is detained under suspicion of leaking intel to the Suliban. "Canamar" Archer and Tucker are mistaken for smugglers. A Klingon Kourtroom episode, "Judgement", which also pays homage to Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
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Cowboy Episode
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Cowboy Episode: "North Star" took place on a human colony in the Expanse. The culture there is bizarrely informed by the American west, a la "Spectre of the Gun" (TOS).
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Precious Puppies: Porthos is such a good boy! Yes he is! Although apparently you shouldn't feed him cheese. Or bring him to any alien planets with sacred trees.
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Really Gets Around
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Mirror Universe's Hoshi Sato, proof that Evil Is Sexy.
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Serkis Folk
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Serkis Folk: Xindi Insectoids and Aquatics. Also Star Trek: The Original Series aliens the Gorn and Tholians are re-done as these in "In A Mirror, Darkly."
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Issue Drift
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Season 3 - A not-so-negative example of this trope. The Issue Drift is worked naturally into the storyline and there are no instances of Author Filibuster or any Strawman Political.
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A Nazi by Any Other Name
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Terra Prime are a human-supermacist organisation, which promotes openly racist, highly xenophobic rhetoric, as well as the belief in maintaining racial purity. This is despite the fact many of their members are shown to be from ethnicities subjected to the same kind of harassment, throughout human history. Of course, this was probably the whole point.
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Fun with Acronyms
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Fun with Acronyms: United Earth's Military Assault Command Operations soldiers.
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Jurisdiction Friction
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Jurisdiction Friction: In Season 3, Malcolm sees himself having this with Major Hayes, the commander of the MACO detachment. Oddly, he keeps this attitude even after fighting alongside the MACOs on several missions, including going in with Major Hayes on the kemocite facility.
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Dream Spying
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Dream Spying: Trip and T'Pol pop into each others dreams in one episode, despite being on different vessels.
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Irony
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Irony: Terra Prime are a human-supermacist organisation, which promotes openly racist, highly xenophobic rhetoric, as well as the belief in maintaining racial purity. This is despite the fact many of their members are shown to be from ethnicities subjected to the same kind of harassment, throughout human history. Of course, this was probably the whole point. In the Mirror Universe episode, evil Captain Archer proudly shows off the shotgun Zephram Cochrane used to kill the first Vulcan who stepped onto human soil.
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Decontamination Chamber
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The Enterprise decontamination room exists mainly so the audience can see the main characters stripping down to their skivvies and rubbing decon gel over each other (provided they're not both men).
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Novelization
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Novelization: The series' first episode, first season finale and second season finale were all adapted as novels. Enterprise is the only TNG-era series not to have its series finale adapted as a book.
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Insane Troll Logic
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Archer holds a grudge against the Vulcans for withholding information on warp technology, so his father (an FTL engineer) never got to see his work in practice. Even though Archer learns that it's all a bit more complicated than that, resentment on this issue is maintained by other humans (one Terra Prime operative mentions the Vulcans' failure to stop World War III as the reason he joined the xenophobic organization).
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: "We might as well be firing holographic bullets", among many others. Malik crawling across the bridge in "The Augments" should remind you of the death of another Augment. Detained features a shout-out to Quantum Leap. The episode is notable for reuniting Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell on screen for the first time since Quantum Leap ended. While they don't exactly quote Quantum Leap characters, and the relationship of the characters in this is antagonistic, the conversational tones do resemble a few conversations Al and Sam had. The video of the Vulcan crew of the Seleya losing their minds and murdering each other is clearly a reference to Event Horizon.
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The Alliance
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The Alliance: Enterprise helps form one in the fourth season, in what is clearly a precursor to the The Federation ("Babel One", "United", "The Aenar").
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Legacy Character
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Legacy Character: The Enterprise herself. Archer and Shran discussed that both of their ships were named after prior vessels and wondered if their own ships would inspire other vessel names.
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Not Really a Birth Scene
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Not Really a Birth Scene: In an episode, Dr. Phlox is putting Malcolm through some physical therapy for a leg injury, and it looks a lot like a birth scene, including Dr. Phlox telling Malcolm to push.
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Antagonist Title
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Antagonist Title: "The Andorian Incident": At the end, the real villains are revealed to be the Vulcans, but the Andorians are still the antagonist for the majority of the episode. "Silent Enemy": The enemy is an alien ship which attacks the Enterprise. "Marauders": The Klingons are the antagonists. "The Augments": The Augments are the genetically altered humans led by Dr. Arik Soong.
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Slap-Slap-Kiss
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Slap-Slap-Kiss: Trip and the First Monarch, in Precious Cargo.
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Hoist by His Own Petard
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Hoist by His Own Petard: The Sphere Builders, the Vulcans, the Romulans and Dr. Arik Soong try to plan to their benefit but end up causing the very events they're trying to avoid. The Klingons, who in their attempt to create Augments, ended up creating a virus that nearly wiped them out. In the end, they managed to find a cure, but this still left them no longer possessing cranial ridges.
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Refuge in Audacity: Archer in "The Augments", bluffing his way out of an encounter with a Klingon patrol ship by pretending to be a top-secret Klingon cruiser with the chancellor on board!
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Lawful Evil
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Lawful Evil: Invoked by Sheriff MacReady in "North Star", who (initially) defends keeping down the Skagarans because it's the law and chastises his Deputy for deliberately antagonising or murdering Skagarans simply for fun.
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Sci-Fi Writers Have No Sense of Scale
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Sci-Fi Writers Have No Sense of Scale: In "Terra Nova", we're told that the original 200 or so colonists objected to Earth sending another 200 people to settle on their world. While it's understandable why they might have felt they couldn't fit more people in the Conestoga colony, they apparently failed to realise they had an entire planet at their disposal!
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Hypocrite
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Hypocrite: Purposefully invoked and deconstructed in "Damage", where Archer realises that in order to reach Azati Prime in time to prevent the Xindi from destroying Earth, he must engage in piracy and steal a replacement warp coil from the Illyrians. In other words, become no different from the Osaarian pirates from "Anomaly" that he so despised. This happens a couple of times in the Expanse, where Archer takes actions that he would never have dreamed of before and would have thought of as completely hypocritical when it was only his ship, crew and mission he had to take care of, but which become horribly necessary when the fate of his entire species (and throw in half the quadrant too) are on the brink of extinction. John Paxton, the leader of the xenophobic Earth organization Terra Prime. He had unwavering dedication to his cause, and was willing to scorch half of San Francisco to make his demands known. Considering this was after a devastating alien attack, their concerns about an alien alliance had some validity. T'Pol deduced from a trembling hand that Paxton had a genetic disorder, one that should have killed him when he was a teenager, but didn't because of "freely given" alien medical technology. Paxton will only admit that he's not the first leader to fail to live up to the standard of an idol (in his case, a mass murderer from Earth's post WW 3 period), and refuses to back down. This fact exposed him as a man who was just racist. Archer's actions in "Fortunate Son" where he tirades against Ryan for seeking revenge against pirates who have repeatedly attacked his ship and nearly fatally injured one of his crew, compared to "Silent Enemy" where Archer seeks revenge against unknown aliens who have repeatedly attacked his ship and nearly fatally injured one of his crew. Bad enough already, but the latter takes place only two episodes later! On a more broad scale, Archer is always advocating open-mindedness and embracing other lifeforms, and yet as the series goes on, we find that he falls into the occasional habit of being suspicious, paranoid and almost hostile upon first contact with truly alien forms of life or humanoids that are very different from the human norm for absolutely no good reason (except maybe his "feelings"), while he is warm, welcoming and forgiving to more familiar humanoids for the exact same lack of reasoning. Sometimes his paranoia ends up being justified by the plot but not for any reason that he could determine beforehand. And this suspicion isn't around when he meets human-looking aliens who turn out to be devious, so you can't put it down to an indefinable sense of "gut" instinct. It edges onto What Measure Is a Non-Human? in his interspecies treatment. In "The Breach", Phlox points out that Denobulan Medical Ethics prevent him from treating someone who does not want to be treated and that he must respect his patients wishes, even if they lead to their death. Which makes his actions in "Dear Doctor" even more shocking in retrospect, since the Valakians most certainly did want to be treated! Considering that throughout the entire series his upholding of Medical Ethics and his practice of medicine is completely consistent except for "Dear Doctor", this comes closer to a cross between Idiot Ball and Out-of-Character Moment (see Idiot Ball for more), and in fact his actions and attitude in "Dear Doctor" are hypocritical in many ways when compared with the way he acts in the rest of the series, not just in patient autonomy and duty of care. Likewise Archer in "Dear Doctor". When all is said and done, he is quite happy for him and his crew to have the services of an alien physician with advanced bio-medical knowledge to assist them as they explore the unknown and have to deal with the health threats inherent in doing so. But helping the Valakians is "playing God"! When combined with his long-standing complaints about the Vulcans withholding their technology from humanity, it comes across as the pinnacle of hypocrisy since Archer is just fine with humans receiving alien assistance.
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You Are Not Ready
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You Are Not Ready: Archer holds a grudge against the Vulcans for withholding information on warp technology, so his father (an FTL engineer) never got to see his work in practice. Even though Archer learns that it's all a bit more complicated than that, resentment on this issue is maintained by other humans (one Terra Prime operative mentions the Vulcans' failure to stop World War III as the reason he joined the xenophobic organization). In the episode "Dear Doctor" a pre-warp civilization is trying to (very slowly) scout out other civilizations that might have access to technology that could cure their race of impending extinction. Archer takes one look at the guys and realizes, much to his chagrin, that they simply don't have the technological infrastructure to build warp engines, so just handing them the schematics would be worthless. Archer has just become everything he hated about the Vulcans.
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Creator Provincialism
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Creator Provincialism: Most notably in the opening sequence which showed the history of space exploration - America's space exploration. Yuri Gagarin who? Sputnik? Gesundheit.
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Everyone Calls Him
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Chef, Future Guy.
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Virtual Reality Interrogation
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Virtual Reality Interrogation: In the episode "Stratagem". Captain Archer tries to get information out of an alien by convincing him that they are now friends and that years have gone by. The alien ship they have supposedly stolen is actually set up inside a small shuttle in the ''Enterprise'' landing bay. The small touches making the simulation seem real include tattooing both their arms with prison barcodes.
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You're Insane!
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You're Insane!: Archer to the terrorist leader in "Chosen Realm": "You're out of your mind!"
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Reset Button
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Reset Button: Averted for the most part. With no starbases or industrial replicators, any damage Enterprise sustains carries to the next episode. This is especially prevalent in "Dead Stop," which resolves the damage sustained in "Minefield," and the post-"Azati Prime" episodes of Season 3, in which Enterprise is blasted within an inch of its life by the Xindi and is barely held together for the rest of the season. Played straight in S3's "Twilight," but it doesn't take away from the episode the way it often did in Voyager.
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The Cavalry
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In "The Expanse", unless Duras had caught up with them that very second, we have to assume that he'd intentionally waited until Enterprise had dropped out of warp in the Solar System before staging his ambush, instead of attacking them whilst in Deep Space. Naturally, this ambush occurring right in their own backyard means that Starfleet shows up in less than a minute.
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Action Girl
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Action Girl: T'Pol uses Vulcan martial arts to beat down some Klingons in "Marauders."
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Aesoptinum
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Aesoptinum: Trellium-D (drug abuse), and Pa'nar Syndrome (AIDS).
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Deconstructed
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Deconstructed with T'Pol's Pa'nar syndrome. The Vulcan Mind-Meld subculture and related Pa'nar syndrome disease served as allegories for homosexuality and AIDS, including the scorn heaped upon the former and the stigma attached to contracting the latter. Archer and Phlox repeatedly expressed their distaste for the Vulcan bigotry related to this issue, but they themselves continually point out that T'Pol, who has Pa'nar Syndrome, is not a member of the Mind-Meld minority, and attracted the disease through a non-consensual attack. T'Pol eventually pointed out to them that, by attempting to "excuse" her having the disease, they are supporting and even justifying the Double Standard that the High Command has against the Mind-Meld minority.
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Spinoff Sendoff
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Spinoff Sendoff: This series is the only one not to be sent off by the previous series, but rather by one of TNG's movies, First Contact, with a recorded message from Zefram Cochrane.
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Locked Room Mystery: "Shuttlepod One" puts Trip and Reed in a stranded shuttlepod that's slowly losing power, and they hash out a lot of issues while waiting for death.
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Green-Skinned Space Babe: In proud tradition...Orion slave girls return in the fourth season. It turns out that they enslave their men with powerful pheromones. Talas the Andorian gets an honorable mention as a Blue-Skinned Space Babe.
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Glad-to-Be-Alive Sex: It's implied that this has been going on on Earth on a planet-wide scale following the Xindi attack, with a record number of marriages and births over the next year.
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Humans Are Special: Like most Star Trek series. Ambassador Soval and Admiral Forrest had a very interesting conversation in "The Forge" where Soval explains why Vulcans were so aloof and withdrawn to them despite being allies. Vulcans had a devastating world war and it took them sixteen hundred years to rebuild their race. Humans suffered a similar thing and within a hundred years discovered FTL travel, made contact with aliens, united as a single world government, solved world hunger, world poverty and eliminated all curable diseases. On top of that, they had started the makings of The Federation. Vulcans were concerned that they could either be powerful allies or end up like the Klingons. Soval also points out that humans remind the Vulcans of their past violent and emotionally turbulent selves before they embraced logic. Little does Soval or Forrest know that there's another expansionist species descended from pre-logic Vulcans that fits this description — the Romulans. The episode "Observer Effect" returns the Organians, who study how different species react to a silicon-based virus. It's explicitly stated that humans display more compassion in fighting the virus than any other species that has been observed in 800 years.
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Lost Colony: "Terra Nova" has the crew find a lost human colony that's been driven underground and despises their homeworld thanks to radiation and a misunderstanding.
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Translation Convention (unless Hoshi's translating abilities are crucial to the plot). Also Expospeak Gag, My Hovercraft Is Full of Eels, Either "World Domination", or Something About Bananas, Pardon My Klingon, and Curse of Babel (any episode where Hoshi can't translate).
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Bizarre Alien Sexes: In "Cogenitor" the crew come across a tri-gendered race called the Vissians. Trip gets very, very interested in this, to the point that it becomes a diplomatic incident.
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Hilarious Outtakes: This was the first Star Trek series to have official season blooper reels compiled for DVD release.
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Reptiles Are Abhorrent
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Reptiles Are Abhorrent: You get no points for figuring out which of the Xindi species doesn't turn good, and there's a clear Shout-Out to the miniseries V (1983) when the Xindi Reptilians snack on live mice.
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You Won't Feel a Thing: In the episode "Similitude":
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As Long as It Sounds Foreign
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As Long as It Sounds Foreign: In "Broken Bow", Hoshi says she doesn't think that Klingonese has an expression for "thank you", but The Klingon Dictionary includes the verb tlho' for "to thank" (in context it would be conjugated as matlho', "I thank all of you"). This may be Hoshi's mistake, but more likely it's a misplaced attempt to invoke Language Equals Thought.
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Call-Forward
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Call-Forward: Numerous, with their own page here.
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Bounty Hunter
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Bounty Hunter: "Bounty" sees a Tellarite bounty hunter capture Archer in short order, in order to bring him to some very Klingons after the events of "Judgment."
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He Who Must Not Be Seen
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He Who Must Not Be Seen: Chef, Future Guy. For a long time Admiral Gardner, until he turned up in the Mirror Universe. So it's He Who Must Not Be Seen In This Timeline.
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The Mole
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The Mole: Several of them that run the gamut from helpful to harmful. Archer's steward Daniels turns out to be a time agent from the 31st century. Malcolm Reed works for an early incarnation of Section 31, while reporter Gannet turns out to be working for Starfleet Intelligence and Ensign Masaro for radical Earth group Terra Prime.
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The Oner: Technically, several - Enterprise frequently utilizes 30 second-1 minute long takes in several conversation scenes in order to keep the scene moving - but the one that stands out is a 3:41 long unbroken shot of a conversation between Trip and Archer during "Desert Crossing", the longest shot in Trek history.
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Artistic License – Geography
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Artistic License – Geography: "Desert Crossing" shows Trip and Archer trying to cross a barren, sandy wasteland and suffering greatly under the hot noonday sun... while discussing, in the same episode, having been through desert survival training back on Earth. If they had actually taken real desert survival training, one of the first things they would have learned is that this is exactly why you don't cross a desert that way! Instead, you cross at night, when there isn't a hot sun beating down on you, and rest in your tent during the daylight hours. Trip does bring up in the episode that they were told to cross at night in training The Xindi Attack on Earth etches a swath of destruction 4000 kilometers long, stated to be all the way from Florida to Venezuela, hitting Jamaica and Colombia. 4000 kilometers would indeed reach all the way from the northwestern corner of Florida almost all the way across Venezuela, but it starts in lower central Florida and proceeds almost due south, which is accurately shown to cut across Cuba and Panama(and, by extension, well into the Pacific Ocean). Unless at least Columbia and Panama got folded into Venezuela, it's not exactly on the way, nor is Jamaica.
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All Just a Dream
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All Just a Dream: "Vanishing Point" turned out to take place entirely in a hallucination Hoshi had mid-transport. "Doctor's Orders" winds up also being this, for Phlox, plus a nice little Twist Ending.
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Crossover
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Crossover: Will Riker and Deanna Troi from Star Trek: The Next Generation in the final episode. While no actual characters crossed over, the Mirror episodes were a sequel to a Star Trek: The Original Series episode, and featured a TOS-era Federation Constitution-class starship, fully stocked with uniforms and quite operational.
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Rogue Planet
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Rogue Planet: "Rogue Planet" features such a world, called Dakala. It's a Minshara-class planet with a breathable atmosphere and a temperate climate, provided by hot gasses venting from its interior. It somehow has plant life despite not having anything to fuel photosynthesis.
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Our Dark Matter Is Mysterious
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Our Dark Matter Is Mysterious: In "First Flight" Vulcan scientists are said to have excited dark matter in experiments, causing it to give off light, by bombarding it with metreon particles. The Enterprise crew do the same to a dark matter nebula encountered in the episode.
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The Starscream
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The Starscream: Pretty much everyone from the Mirror Universe in "In A Mirror, Darkly", but especially Mirror Archer and Mirror Hoshi.
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Food Porn
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Food Porn: A considerable amount of time is dedicated to showing the food in the mess hall, along with the crew eating said food. It's to the point that Evay of Triphammered devotes an entire section of her website (called the "Food Chain") to chronicling what they eat in each episode.
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Your Terrorists Are Our Freedom Fighters
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The Syrannites are this for Vulcans. Subverted as it's revealed that instead of the radical terrorists they're portrayed as by the Vulcan High Command, they're actually a pacifist movement who desire to return the Vulcans back to the original teachings of Surak. And they succeed.
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Make Wrong What Once Went Right
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In "Shockwave", Daniels explicitly states that history never recorded the disaster that lead to 3600 Paraagan colonists being incinerated when their atmosphere ignited? After wrestling with the guilt for the entirety of Part I, they end Part II relieved that they aren't the cause and that the Suliban are to blame and become re-focused on finding them to bring to justice. Although understandable that they are relieved that they aren't the cause of the colony extinction, after grieving the deaths in the first half they just become determined to find who is to blame and no one mourns the fact that 3600 people are still dead, mentions the impact of their death or what will happen to the timeline and history now that an entire colony of people are wipe out. They also don't bring up the idea of going back in time to prevent it... or were they expecting Daniels to change history back later?!
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Would Hit a Girl
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Would Hit a Girl: Archer doesn't have any problems with brawling with a female Andorian commando in "Cease Fire", especially when she hit first.
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Character Outlives Actor
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Character Outlives Actor: Kellie Waymire died suddenly in 2003, but apparently, Crewman Cutler is still alive and well.note However, she was last mentioned in early Season 3, well before the Xindi attack which left a third of the crew dead.
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Running Gag
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Running Gag: "Earth? Never heard of it." No mater how much he begs for it, do not feed cheese to Porthos.
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Artistic License – Physics
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Artistic License – Physics: For one thing, Earth-like gravity on a comet; one of the characters breaks his leg after falling a yard or so.
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Special Edition Title
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Special Edition Title: "In A Mirror, Darkly." Even the song changed. Many people prefer that episode's opening credits to the usual ones and ads used the titles.
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Beware the Nice Ones: As mentioned in Humans Are Special, Ambassador Soval reveals that this is part of why the Vulcans are so wary of Humans. They managed to rebuild their entire civilization in next to no time after suffering a worldwide nuclear holocaust, discovered Warp Drive (due to efforts of an eccentric drunk in a shanty-town, no less) and are now on the way to forming the precursor to The Federation. The Vulcans are afraid of how fast humanity is progressing.
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Well-Intentioned Extremist
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Well-Intentioned Extremist: Arik Soong, who sincerely believes that Augments are the future of humanity and in the right hands, genetic engineering could be used to save countless lives. Despite his actions leading to a number of deaths, he tries to prevent causing casualties and is genuinely horrified when Dr Lucas' refusal to give up the codes consigns a fellow colleague to death.
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With Friends Like These...
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With Friends Like These...: In "The Andorian Incident", while the Vulcans clearly were wrong and spying on their adversaries, Archer intentionally reveals their spy array to the Andorians, which possibly gives them reason to start an interstellar war. Archer seems to forget that, while he personally doesn't care for them, the Vulcans are Earth's closest allies and the Andorians have honestly done nothing to dispel the image that they're the aggressors in this conflict, since they've been figuratively beating the crap out of Archer since the moment they've met him. Why is interstellar policy being determined by a man, who honestly is most likely suffering a concussion at this point?
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Depending on the Writer
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Depending on the Writer: Characterization can vary greatly between episodes, most notably Captain Archer's varying tolerance for Vulcans.
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Brick Joke
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Brick Joke: The Defiant (from the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "The Tholian Web") makes an unexpected re-appearance over 37 years after that episode aired. In the alternate timeline where the Xindi destroy Earth, the last human colony is located on Ceti Alpha V. The writers openly admitted to twisting the knife that much more - even if the humans were to somehow escape the Xindi, the colony would be destroyed anyways in less than a century.
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Bigger on the Inside
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Bigger on the Inside: In "Future Tense" a time travel pod with blue organic circuitry and a mixed species pilot, all of which harkens to the Trope Codifier.
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You Called Me
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You Called Me "X"; It Must Be Serious: When T'Pol addresses Commander Tucker as "Trip" in "Countdown", he takes notice!
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All Webbed Up / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
All Women Are Lustful / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Almost Out of Oxygen / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Alternate Reality Episode / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Alternate Universe Reed Richards Is Awesome / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Alternative Joke Interpretation / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Amazon Brigade / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ambiguously Human / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
America Won World War II / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Amnesia Episode / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ancient Tradition / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
And Here He Comes Now / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
And the Adventure Continues / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
And Then What? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Angst? What Angst? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Animal Lover / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Antagonist in Mourning / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Antagonist Title / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Anti-Mutiny / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Anywhere but Their Lips / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Apocalypse Wow / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Apocalyptic Log / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Appeal to Nature / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Appeal to Obscurity / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Appeal to Tradition / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Archaic Weapon for an Advanced Age / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Artificial Gravity / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Artificial Meat / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Artistic License – Geography / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Artistic License – Sports / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ascended Fanon / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ascetic Aesthetic / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Asleep for Days / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
/ int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ass Pull / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
At Least I Admit It / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Auto-Kitchen / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Awakening the Sleeping Giant / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Back for the Finale / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Be All My Sins Remembered / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Beard of Evil / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Beautiful Slave Girl / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Beneficial Disease / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Benevolent Boss / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Beware the Quiet Ones / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Beware the Superman / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Big Dumb Object / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Bigger on the Inside / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Bio-Augmentation / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Bizarre Alien Sexes / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Bizarro Universe / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Black Bra and Panties / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Blank White Void / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Bling of War / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Body Surf / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Bolivian Army Ending / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Bomb Disposal / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Boobs of Steel / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Book Dumb / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Bounty Hunter / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Braids of Action / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Brains and Bondage / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Break Out the Museum Piece / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Breaking the Glass Ceiling / int_2250e67e
 BrentSpiner
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 BrianTyler
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
British Stuffiness / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Broad Strokes / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Brooklyn Rage / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Bug War / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Building Is Welding / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Bus Crash / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
But I Can't Be Pregnant! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
C.A.T. Trap / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Call a Smeerp a / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Calling Your Attacks / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Calling Your Bathroom Breaks / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Canon Immigrant / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Can't Kill You, Still Need You / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Captain Crash / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Captain's Log / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cast the Expert / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Casual Interstellar Travel / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cat Fight / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ceiling Corpse / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cerebus Retcon / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Changed My Jumper / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Character Outlives Actor / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Character Tics / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cheshire Cat Grin / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Chromatic Arrangement / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Chronoscope / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Clash of Evolutionary Levels / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Claustrophobia / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Clones Are People, Too / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Clothesline Stealing / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Clueless Aesop / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cold-Blooded Torture / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cold Equation / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Colony Ship / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Comic Sutra / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Commanding Coolness / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Commonality Connection / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Communications Officer / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Complete-the-Quote Title / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Conflict Killer / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Conqueror from the Future / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Consistent Clothing Style / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Contest Winner Cameo / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Contested Sequel / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Continuity Reboot / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Continuous Decompression / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Contrasting Sequel Main Character / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Conveniently Close Planet / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cosmic Deadline / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cosmopolitan Council / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Costume Evolution / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Costumer / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Courtroom Episode / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Covert Group with Mundane Front / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cowboy Episode / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Crazy Cultural Comparison / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Creating Life / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Creative Sterility / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Creator Provincialism / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Creator's Favorite Episode / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Creepy Physical / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Crime of Self-Defense / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cross-Cultural Kerfluffle / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cross-Referenced Titles / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Crossing the Desert / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Crossover Finale / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cryptic Background Reference / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Culture Clash / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cunning Linguist / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cup Holders / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Curb-Stomp Cushion / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Custom Uniform / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Custom Uniform of Sexy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cut-and-Paste Note / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cut Short / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Cynicism Catalyst / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Da Chief / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Day of the Jackboot / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Daydream Surprise / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Days of Future Past / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Dead Guy Junior / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Deadly Hug / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
"Dear John" Letter / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Death Notification / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Debt Detester / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Decade Dissonance / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Decon-Recon Switch / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Decontamination Chamber / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Dedication / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Deface of the Moon / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Deflector Shields / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Delayed Ripple Effect / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Deleted Role / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Demolitions Expert / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Designated Victim / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Destructo-Nookie / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Development Gag / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
/ int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Diegetic Soundtrack Usage / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Different World, Different Movies / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Dinner and a Show / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Directed by Cast Member / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Disintegration Chamber / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Disintegrator Ray / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Dispense with the Pleasantries / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Distant Finale / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Distant Sequel / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ditto Aliens / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Do Not Adjust Your Set / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Doctor Whomage / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Dodge the Bullet / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Doing It for the Art / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Don't Touch It, You Idiot! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Double-Blind What-If / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Double Standard: Rape, Sci-Fi / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Drama Bomb / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Drinking on Duty / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Dry Docking / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Dude, Where's Our Car? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Duel to the Death / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Dungeon Bypass / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Dystopian Edict / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
E = MC Hammer / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
E.T. Gave Us Wi-Fi / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Earth-Shattering Kaboom / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Earth That Was / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Easy Amnesia / int_2250e67e
 EdenFX
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Eerie Arctic Research Station / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Either / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Eldritch Location / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Eldritch Starship / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Emotionless Girl / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Emotions vs. Stoicism / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ending Theme / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Entitled to Have You / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Epic Launch Sequence / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Epic Tracking Shot / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Erotic Dream / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Escape Pod / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Esoteric Happy Ending / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Establishing Series Moment / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ethical Slut / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Everybody Must Get Stoned / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Everyone Knows Morse / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Everyone Meets Everyone / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Evil-Detecting Dog / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Evil Is Hammy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Evilutionary Biologist / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Evolving Music / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Exhaustion-Induced Idiocy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Exotic Equipment / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Exotic Extended Marriage / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Expansion Pack World / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Expecting Someone Taller / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Expendable Clone / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Exposed to the Elements / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Expospeak Gag / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Expressive Ears / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Extra Digits / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Extra Parent Conception / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Exty Years from Now / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Face, Nod, Action / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Face Your Fears / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Failsafe Failure / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fake Nationality / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fake Static / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Faked Rip Van Winkle / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Faking Another Person's Illness / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
False Flag Operation / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Famous, Famous, Fictional / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fan of the Past / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fangs Are Evil / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fantastic Caste System / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fantastic Drug / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fantastic Fighting Style / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fantastic Medicinal Bodily Product / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fantastic Rank System / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fantastic Ship Prefix / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fantastic Slurs / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fantastic Terrorists / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fantasy-Forbidding Father / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fascinating Eyebrow / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fast-Roping / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fearful Symmetry / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Feeling the Baby Kick / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Female Gaze / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fetish Retardant / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Final Solution / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
First Contact Faux Pas / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fix Fic / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Flash Forward / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Flashback to Catchphrase / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Flawed Prototype / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fleeting Demographic Rule / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Flirtatious Smack on the Ass / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Flying Cutlery Spaceship / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Foe Yay Shipping / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Food Porn / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Foot Popping / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Footsie Under the Table / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Force-Field Door / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Foreign-Language Tirade / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Forgiveness Requires Death / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Forgotten First Meeting / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Form-Fitting Wardrobe / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Founder of the Kingdom / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fragile Speedster / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Framing Device / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Franchise Zombie / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Frequently-Broken Unbreakable Vow / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Freudian Slip / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Freudian Slippery Slope / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Friday Night Death Slot / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Friend or Foe / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fully Absorbed Finale / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Fumbling the Gauntlet / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Future Food Is Artificial / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Future Imperfect / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
G-Rated Sex / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Gainax Ending / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Game Changer / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Gender Is No Object / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Generation Ships / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Genetic Memory / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Genocide Dilemma / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ghost Extras / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Girl in a Box / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Give a Man a Fish... / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Giving Them the Strip / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Goal-Oriented Evolution / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Godwin's Law of Time Travel / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Going Down with the Ship / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Going Native / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Good Animals, Evil Animals / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Good Cop/Bad Cop / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Good Old Ways / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Good Republic, Evil Empire / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Graceful in Their Element / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Grappling-Hook Pistol / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Gratuitous Latin / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Gravity Master / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Gravity Sucks / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Great Offscreen War / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Green-Eyed Epiphany / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Green-Skinned Space Babe / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Greeting Gesture Confusion / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Grenade Tag / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Guns Akimbo / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Gunship Rescue / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Had the Silly Thing in Reverse / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hallucinations / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Handy Cuffs / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hard-to-Light Fire / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hate Plague / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hates Being Alone / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hates Being Touched / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Have I Mentioned I Am Heterosexual Today? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Have You Tried Rebooting? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hawaiian-Shirted Tourist / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
He Who Must Not Be Seen / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Heel–Race Turn / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Heinz Hybrid / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hero of Another Story / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Heroes Gone Fishing / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Heroes Love Dogs / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
He's Just Hiding! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hey, You! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hidden Agenda Villain / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hidden Villain / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
High Turnover Rate / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Higher-Tech Species / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Historical Hero Upgrade / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Historical In-Joke / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hitler's Time Travel Exemption Act / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hold Your Hippogriffs / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Holding Your Shoulder Means Injury / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hollywood Darkness / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hollywood Genetics / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hollywood Nerd / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Homegrown Hero / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Homoerotic Subtext / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hopeless War / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Horrible Camping Trip / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hostage Situation / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hotter and Sexier / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
House Amnesia / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Human Furniture Is a Pain in the Tail / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Human Mom, Non-Human Dad / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Human Outside, Alien Inside / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Human Shield / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Humanity Is Advanced / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Humans Advance Swiftly / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Humans Are Diplomats / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Humans Are Leaders / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Humans Are Smelly / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Humans Are Special / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Humans Are Ugly / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Humans Are White / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Humans Need Aliens / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Humble Hero / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Hypocrisy Nod / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I Can See My House from Here / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I Can't Believe I'm Saying This / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I Choose to Stay / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I Have Boobs, You Must Obey! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I Have This Friend... / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I Lied / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I Should Have Done This Years Ago / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I Surrender, Suckers / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I Want Them Alive / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Identical Grandson / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ignored Expert / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I'll Take That as a Compliment / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
I'm Dying, Please Take My MacGuffin / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Imaginary Enemy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Implausible Deniability / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Implied Love Interest / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Imprinting / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
In Medias Res / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
In My Language, That Sounds Like... / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Inappropriately Close Comrades / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Inertia Is a Cruel Mistress / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
/ int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Informed Attractiveness / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Injured Limb Episode / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Insane Admiral / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Inscrutable Aliens / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Insectoid Aliens / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Insignificant Little Blue Planet / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Instant Expert / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Insufficiently Advanced Alien / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Internalized Categorism / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Interquel / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Interrogated for Nothing / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Interrupted Bath / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Interservice Rivalry / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Interspecies Friendship / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Invaded States of America / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Invisibility Cloak / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
It Can't Be Helped / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
It Will Never Catch On / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
It's a Long Story / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
It's the Same, Now It Sucks! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Jaw Drop / int_2250e67e
 JeffreyCombs
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Jenny's Number / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Jerkass Ball / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Jossed / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Kidnapped Doctor / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Kill All Humans / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Kill It with Fire / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Kill It with Ice / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Kiss Me, I'm Virtual / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Kiss of Distraction / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Klingon Promotion / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Klingon Scientists Get No Respect / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Klingons Love Shakespeare / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Knife Fight / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Knight in Sour Armor / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Language Equals Thought / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Last Episode Theme Reprise / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Last Kiss / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Last Stand / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Lawful Stupid / int_2250e67e
 LeVarBurton
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Legendary in the Sequel / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Less Disturbing in Context / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Lesser Star / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Let Us Never Speak of This Again / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Lethally Stupid / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Let's Dance / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Letting Her Hair Down / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Licked by the Dog / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Limited Advancement Opportunities / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Literally Shattered Lives / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Living Aphrodisiac / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Locked in a Freezer / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Longing Look / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Lost Aesop / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Lost Colony / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ludicrous Precision / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
MacGyvering / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mad Doctor / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Made a Slave / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Magic Plastic Surgery / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Magnetic Plot Device / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Majorly Awesome / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Make Wrong What Once Went Right / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Makes Us Even / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Maligned Mixed Marriage / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Manchurian Agent / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Martyr Without a Cause / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Master of Disguise / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mate or Die / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Matter Replicator / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mauve Shirt / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Maybe Ever After / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mayfly–December Romance / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Measuring the Marigolds / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Meat Versus Veggies / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Meet Your Early Installment Weirdness / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mega-Maw Maneuver / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mental Affair / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mental Fusion / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mid-Season Upgrade / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mighty Glacier / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mildly Military / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mile-Long Ship / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mindlink Mates / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mirror Universe / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Misguided Missile / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Missing Time / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mistaken for Spies / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mr. Seahorse / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mistook the Dominant Lifeform / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mix-and-Match Man / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mobile Menace / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
More Expendable Than You / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
More Hero Than Thou / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Morning Sickness / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Muggle Power / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Multi-Part Episode / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Multiboobage / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Multicultural Alien Planet / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Mutual Masquerade / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
My Eyes Are Up Here / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
My Fist Forgives You / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
My Species Doth Protest Too Much / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Name One / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Narrative Profanity Filter / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Nature Tinkling / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Near-Villain Victory / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Necessary Fail / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
New Old Flame / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Newsreel / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Nice Job Fixing It, Villain! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
No Gravity for You / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
No New Fashions in the Future / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
No-Paper Future / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
No Sense of Personal Space / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
No Such Agency / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
No Transhumanism Allowed / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
No, You Hang Up First / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Nobody Poops / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Non-Human Non-Binary / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Non-Mammal Mammaries / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Non Sequitur, *Thud* / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Non-Human Humanoid Hybrid / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Non-Uniform Uniform / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Not Even Bothering with the Accent / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Not Really a Birth Scene / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Not Right in the Bed / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Not So Above It All / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Not So Dire / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Not-So-Harmless Villain / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Not-So-Omniscient Council of Bickering / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Not Using the / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Number Two / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Odd Friendship / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Oh, and X Dies / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Old-Fashioned Rowboat Date / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Omniglot / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Once a Season / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Once Killed a Man with a Noodle Implement / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
1-Dimensional Thinking / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
One True Threesome / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
One World Order / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Only Fatal to Adults / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Only in Florida / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Or Are You Just Happy to See Me? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Or Was It a Dream? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Orbital Bombardment / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Organic Technology / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Other Me Annoys Me / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Our Dark Matter Is Mysterious / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Our Phlebotinum Child / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Our Showers Are Different / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Outgrown Such Silly Superstitions / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Overclocking Attack / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Overly Long Tongue / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Pants-Positive Safety / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Panty Thief / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Pardon My Klingon / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Peace Conference / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Peek-a-Bangs / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Perspective Reversal / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Pheromones / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Photoprotoneutron Torpedo / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Piggybacking on Hitler / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Pinch Me / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Pink Elephants / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Plain Palate / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Planet Destroyer / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Planet Terra / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Plasma Cannon / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Plot-Powered Stamina / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Plot Tumor / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Plummet Perspective / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Polyamory / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Poor Man's Substitute / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Pop-Cultured Badass / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Porn Stash / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Potty Failure / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Power Perversion Potential / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Pre-Sacrifice Final Goodbye / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Premature Eulogy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Pretentious Latin Motto / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Previously On… / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Price on Their Head / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Principles Zealot / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Prison Episode / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Professor Guinea Pig / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Progressive Era Montage / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Prop Recycling / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Protocol Peril / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Proud Warrior Race / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Proxy War / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Psychic Link / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Psychometry / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Psychotic Smirk / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Pūnct'uatìon Sh'akër / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Puppeteer Parasite / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Putting on the Reich / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ragnarök Proofing / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Raptor Attack / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
/ int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Read the Freaking Manual / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Readings Are Off the Scale / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Real Song Theme Tune / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Real Trailer, Fake Movie / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Reality Is Out to Lunch / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Reality Subtext / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Rearrange the Song / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Reconcile the Bitter Foes / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Recurring Extra / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Red Alert / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Red Eyes, Take Warning / int_2250e67e
 ReimaginedEnterprise
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Relationship Writing Fumble / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Releasing from the Promise / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Remember When You Blew Up a Sun? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Renegade Splinter Faction / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Replacement Flat Character / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Reptiles Are Abhorrent / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Required Spinoff Crossover / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Reset Button Suicide Mission / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Resigned in Disgrace / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Reverse Polarity / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Reverse Relationship Reveal / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Right-Hand Attack Dog / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Right-Hand Cat / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Rip Van Winkle / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Ripple Effect-Proof Memory / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Rogue Planet / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Romantic False Lead / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Room Full of Crazy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Rubber-Forehead Aliens / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Rule of Cool / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Running the Asylum / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Salvage Pirates / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Sapient Cetaceans / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Saving the World / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Saw It in a Movie Once / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Scannable Man / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Scary Dogmatic Aliens / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Science Cocktail / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Scotty Time / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Scully Syndrome / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Secret War / int_2250e67e
 Section31Rogue
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
See You in Hell / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Send in the Search Team / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Sending Stuff to Save the Show / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Sensual Spandex / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Serendipity Writes the Plot / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Series of the 2000s / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Shiny-Looking Spaceships / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Shocking Swerve / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Show Some Leg / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Shower of Love / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
/ int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Sick Episode / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Significant Reference Date / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Silent Antagonist / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Silicon-Based Life / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Silly Rabbit, Idealism Is for Kids! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Silly Reason for War / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Single-Precept Religion / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Sink the Lifeboats / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Situational Sociability / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Skeptic No Longer / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Slap-Slap-Kiss / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Slave Market / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Slouch of Villainy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Slow Clap / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Snowball Fight / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
So Long, Suckers! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Socially Awkward Hero / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Society Marches On / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Son of an Ape / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Sons of Slaves / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Southern-Fried Genius / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Space Cold War / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Space Is Noisy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Space Marine / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Space People / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Space Pirates / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Space Suits Are SCUBA Gear / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Spare a Messenger / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Special Edition Title / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Spice of Life / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Spinoff Sendoff / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Standard Sci-Fi Army / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Standard Sci-Fi Fleet / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Standing Between the Enemies / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Starfish Language / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Starter Villain / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Starts Stealthily, Ends Loudly / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Starts with Their Funeral / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Static Character / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stealth in Space / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stellar Name / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stereotype Flip / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Sticky Bomb / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stiff Upper Lip / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stink Snub / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stock Star Systems / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Storming the Castle / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stranger in a Familiar Land / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Strapped to an Operating Table / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Streaming Stars / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stripperiffic / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stun Guns / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stupid Jetpack Hitler / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stupid Sacrifice / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Stupid Scientist / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Subspace or Hyperspace / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Sugar-and-Ice Personality / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Suggestive Collision / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Super Dickery / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Super Doc / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Super Prototype / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Supersoldier / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Super Spit / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Supreme Chef / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Surprisingly Happy Ending / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Talking in Your Dreams / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Talking in Your Sleep / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Team Chef / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Team Switzerland / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Technically Living Zombie / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Techno Babble / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Teenage Wasteland / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Telepathic Spacemen / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Teleportation / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Teleporter Accident / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Terminator Twosome / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Terraform / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Terrifying Pet Store Rat / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Tested on Humans / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Abridged Series / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Aesthetics of Technology / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Alcatraz / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Bermuda Triangle / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Captain / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Cast Showoff / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Cavalry / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Chris Carter Effect / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Diaper Change / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Dulcinea Effect / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The End of the Beginning / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The End... Or Is It? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Engineer / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Food Poisoning Incident / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Good Captain / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Heavy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Hero's Birthday / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Informant / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Kirk / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Leader / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Magnificent Seven Samurai / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The McCoy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Missing Faction / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Monolith / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Mountains of Illinois / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Multiverse / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Mutiny / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Needs of the Many / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Neutral Zone / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Night That Never Ends / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Nose Knows / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Omniscient Council of Vagueness / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Only One / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Quiet One / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Reptilians / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Resenter / int_2250e67e
 TheRoddenberryLine
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Sleepless / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Slow Path / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Spock / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Trope Without a Title / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Un-Smile / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The War Room / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The World's Expert on Getting Killed / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Worsening Curse Mark / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Thematic Theme Tune / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Theme Music Withholding / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
There Should Be a Law / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
There's No / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Sandwich / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Think of the Children! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Throw-Away Country / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Thrown Out the Airlock / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Tim Taylor Technology / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Time Police / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Time Travel Taboo / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Timeline-Altering MacGuffin / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Title Confusion / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Token Minority / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Token Romance / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Too Much Information / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Took the Bad Film Seriously / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Toplessness from the Back / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Touch Telepathy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Train Problem / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Training the Peaceful Villagers / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Transfer Student Uniforms / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Transhuman Aliens / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Translator Microbes / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Transplanted Humans / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Trapped on the Astral Plane / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Traveling at the Speed of Plot / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Trekkie / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Trouble from the Past / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Trust Password / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Truth Serums / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Trying Not to Cry / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Tuckerization / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Turned Against Their Masters / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
2-D Space / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Two Girls to a Team / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Two Lines, No Waiting / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Twofer Token Minority / int_2250e67e
 UPN
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Unabashed B-Movie Fan / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Uncomfortable Elevator Moment / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Unusual Ears / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Unwanted Assistance / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Uriah Gambit / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Urine Trouble / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Values Resonance / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Variations on a Theme Song / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Vehicle Title / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Vehicular Turnabout / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Villain Episode / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Villain Has a Point / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Villainous Widow's Peak / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Viral Transformation / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Virtual Reality Interrogation / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Vomit Discretion Shot / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Waking Non Sequitur / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Walking Transplant / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Wall Crawl / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
War Arc / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
War for Fun and Profit / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Washington D.C. Invasion / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Wasn't That Fun? / int_2250e67e
 Water Polo
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Wave-Motion Gun / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
We Are as Mayflies / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
We Will Have Perfect Health in the Future / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
We Will Not Have Pockets in the Future / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
We Will Not Use Photoshop in the Future / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
We Will Not Use Stage Make-Up in the Future / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Weapon of Mass Destruction / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Well, Excuse Me, Princess! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
We're Still Relevant, Dammit! / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Wetware CPU / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
What Are You in For? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
What Does This Button Do? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
What Measure Is a Non-Cute? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
What Would X Do? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
When Things Spin, Science Happens / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Where It All Began / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Whip It Good / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
White Void Room / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Whole Episode Flashback / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Why Am I Ticking? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Why Won't You Die? / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Widow's Weeds / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
With Catlike Tread / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
With Due Respect / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
With Friends Like These... / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Withholding the Cure / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Word of Dante / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Working for a Body Upgrade / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Working Through the Cold / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
World War III / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Worst Aid / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Worst Wedding Ever / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Worthless Yellow Rocks / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Worthy Opponent / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Writer on Board / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Written by the Winners / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Wrong Side All Along / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
You Are Not Ready / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
You Can't Thwart Stage One / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
You Don't Want to Catch This / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
You Fight Like a Cow / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
You Got Spunk / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
You Kill It, You Bought It / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
You Need to Get Laid / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
You Owe Me / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
You Should Have Died Instead / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Your Favorite / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Your Normal Is Our Taboo / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Zeerust / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Zeerust Canon / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Zipperiffic / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Zombie Apocalypse / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: The Next Generation
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 StarTrekenterprise
sameAs
Star Trek: Enterprise
 TheOthers
seeAlso
Star Trek: Enterprise
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
America Takes Over the World / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Heavy Sleeper / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
It Doesn't Mean Anything / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Locked in a Room / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Surrogate Soliloquy / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
The Matchmaker / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Token Non-Human / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
Transformation at the Speed of Plot / int_2250e67e
 Star Trek: Enterprise
hasFeature
We Come in Peace — Shoot to Kill / int_2250e67e