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  • Actors: Scott Bakula, Jolene Blalock, John Billingsley, Dominic Keating, Anthony Montgomery
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 28 July 2008
  • Run Time: 1170 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001BKM9LQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,843 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 24 episodes from the third series of the American television sci-fi drama, set 100 years before the events of the original 1960s series. In this series, the crew of the Enterprise are on a continuing mission to learn all they can about the evil Xindi race that is threatening Earth. Their quest to discover more about the Xindi's bio-weapon leads the crew to the far corners of the galaxy, back to 21st century Earth, and throughout a universe plagued by increasingly unstable temporal fluctuations. When the Enterprise is badly damaged in an attack, Captain Archer (Scott Bakula) leads his crew into a final showdown with the Xindi Council, before learning of the sinister Sphere Builders who have been manipulating both races for their own mysterious ends. Episodes are: 'The Xindi'; 'Anomaly'; 'Extinction'; 'Rajiin'; 'Impulse'; 'Exile'; 'The Shipment'; 'Twilight'; 'North Star'; 'Similitude'; 'Carpenter Street'; 'Chosen Realm'; 'Proving Ground'; 'Stratagem'; 'Harbinger'; 'Doctor's Orders'; 'Hatchery'; 'Azati Prime'; 'Damage'; 'The Forgotten'; 'E2'; 'The Council'; 'Countdown' and 'Zero Hour'.

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Described by series cocreator Brannon Braga as "a single episode that lasts 24 hours," the third season of Star Trek: Enterprise is arguably the best in the show's four-season run. With the epic "Xindi saga" as the season's primary story arc, the series found its tonal focus in the unpredictable space of the Delphic Expanse, where alien encounters and matter-warping spatial anomalies forced Capt. Archer (Scott Bakula) to make extreme decisions that tested his ethical boundaries. Realising the need for a fresh viewpoint, Braga and cocreator Rick Berman hired Manny Coto, a TV veteran who conceived or wrote several of the season's finest episodes (not forgetting Mike Sussman and other members of the series' first-rate writing staff). Coto's involvement was instrumental in shaping the Xindi saga, which began (with season 2's cliffhanger) when Earth was attacked by a Xindi probe--a massive weapon which Archer must now destroy. This vital mission dominates season 3, deriving its potent drama from an impressive variety of characters and subplots focused on the five-species Xindi council, which finds its voice of reason in Primate member Degra (season regular Randy Oglesby) and rancor in the Reptilian Commander (Scott MacDonald), pivotal characters whose fates will be tragically intertwined.

Despite lower ratings and budgetary cutbacks (as evident in several ship-bound episodes with minimal casting), season 3 was equally strong as a showcase for the Enterprise regulars, with plenty of fan speculation rising from the sexy and soothing Vulcan "neuro-pressure" sessions between the insomniac Tucker (Connor Trinneer, better than ever) and T'Pol, whose hidden addiction to a toxic compound allows Jolene Blalock to mine the volatile depths of her character (who now sports a more appealing hairstyle and wardrobe). Meanwhile, security chief Reed (Dominick Keating) engages in heated competition with Major Hayes (reliable guest Steven Culp, from the first season of Desperate Housewives), the leader of NX-01's Military Assault Command Operation (or MACO), which Reed views with territorial suspicion. And while Enterprise still fumbled to develop the characters of Hoshi (Linda Park) and Travis (Anthony Montgomery), John Billingsley continued to bring clutch-player excellence to his role as Dr. Phlox in several highlight episodes including "Doctor's Orders" and "Similitude," the latter featuring equally strong work by Trinneer in an ethically complex (and fan-favorite) examination of the cloning--a typical example of Star Trek at its best.

The alternate timeline of "Twilight" also honours the classic Trek tradition, while "Harbinger" reveals the existence of the trans-dimensional Sphere Builders, whose moon-sized creations affect Enterprise throughout its season-long mission. Finally, the crucial appearances of blue-skinned Andorian Shran (Jeffrey Combs) bring both suspense and comic relief to the season's grim proceedings, adding depth and tentative alliance to Enterprise's pre-Federation politics--a crucial element that assumes greater importance with the jaw-dropping cliffhanger of "Zero Hour" and the surprises in store for season 4, which will bring Enterprise ever closer to the original Star Trek timeline.

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D. J. Matthews on 19 Jan. 2009
I remember owning a few VHS tapes of Enterprise when it was first released. Several years later I had a sudden urge to check out Enterprise again, although I am not a great Star Trek fan and cannot write with any authority on the historical accuracy or context of this timeline in comparison with other Trek shows. However, I am extremely pleased that I did purchase series 1 on a whim and I have just finished Series 3!
This is highly enjoyable, first rate sci-fi in its own right, with a well engineered story arc and high quality writing + acting. There are a few dubious moments I suppose but these do not detract from the overall brilliance of this series which is an improvement on series 2; which in itself was superior to series 1. Buy it, enjoy it, petition for the return of Enterprise! 5 Stars.
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By Mole on 10 Jun. 2012
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This is third series of Enterprise; it follows on directly from the cliff hanger last episode of series two. Earth having been attacked by a race that they are told are called the "Xindi", Archer and his crew have to search a region of space known as the "Expanse" and locate the people that are threatening the survival of the human race.

This series was much darker than any that we have seen previously. Archer identifies that he thought a starship captain has a lot on his shoulders; but now he has the entire fate of the world. It forces him to make decisions that he and his crew are not entirely comfortable with; and as the situation becomes more perilous, he is forced to cross the line again and again. Although he tries to hang on to his compassion, his sense of honour and his humanity, circumstances dictate that his own personal views have to take second place to achieving the goal of saving the future of humanity.

I found the story lines utterly believable and fascinating. With the pressure on the crew to keep going despite constant attacks and major damage to the ship, emotions become raw and never far from the surface. The crew bond together even more as this is the only way for them to keep going, despite the losses that they suffer. Binding all of the episodes together with a central arc is not a new idea, but this worked well for this season.

The 3 main characters of Archer, T'Pol and Tucker continue to grow and develop, with some superb performances by Bakula, Blalock and Trineer. However, Billingsley as Phlox, Keating as Reid, Parks as Sato and Montgomery as Mayweather all turn in some really excellent performances, showing that the writers were really now starting to give them some strong material to work with.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. M. York VINE VOICE on 28 April 2009
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Season 3 of Enterprise is a sudden turn away from the content I had become familiar with in Seasons 1 and 2. The "temporal cold war" seemed to be going nowhere and as such I am glad that the writers decided to focus upon something more substantial for the characters to sink their teeth into. Following a massive attack upon Earth, which has left millions dead, the Enterprise is sent into the "expanse" to seek out the mysterious creators of the weapon. What follows is a long story arc that lasts for the entirety of season three and it works to great effect.

This season is much darker than any Star Trek (perhaps excepting the later seasons of Deep Space Nine) as there are some real moral and ethical questions that appear throughout the episodes. Star Trek does have a habit of posing such questions though the form in which they appear and also the way in which they are acted are the best I have seen. Captain Archer especially faces some difficult times in this series as he can no longer afford to constantly stand the moral high ground as the fate of his species hangs in the balance.

I have thoroughly enjoyed season three, of all of the seasons of Enterprise this is without doubt my favourite.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jason Prudhoe on 5 Nov. 2008
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Season 3 really picks up on the action far more then any trek series. Earth has been attacked by a race known as the Xindi and the crew are pulled off thier assignment in order to find out what happened and to respond to the threat. yet again in epiode 1 the klingons want archer dead and the Klingon Durus pays the price for underestimating the enterprise refit. throughout season 3 Trip start sleeping more after the death of his sister to the intial xindi attack on earth when T'pol helps by Phlox's recommendation, and how enterprise yet again finds trouble and almost destruction by making a mistake that alerted the Xindi. this season is about revenege for the inital attack, when the Xindi find out about the people who are really behind the attack, some defect to try stop thier large weapon, in the end the xindi have a civil war with enterprise caught in the middle and this time get help from Shran in 2 instances.

Highly recommended to any trekkie looking for some real action. a warning: lots of violence and blood. please do not buy this if your squimish to blood scenes.
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By Singapom on 18 April 2015
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Got back into "Enterprise" via a re-run of Series 1&2 on an obscure Freesat channel. Amiable-enough evening viewing, with some charming if at times infuriating characters & stories. But Season 3 is different entirely: very dark and genuinely gripping. The story arc across the series has added power because these previously pleasant-enough characters we have got used to, suddenly find themselves facing really serious, morally dubious issues and personal troubles - while fighting for their lives and the Earth. Bakula's performance improves markedly - he starts behaving like a real, and tormented, Captain. In fact, several of the roles become much more three-dimensional - Connor Trinnear ("Trip") and Jolene Blalock ("T'Paul") in particular. There's added resonance to the whole "battling in suddenly very serious times" theme, because we know (with hindsight) that the show was also fighting for its life, after savage reviews of the earlier series' when first broadcast. Unfairly trashed when it first appeared, "Enterprise" in this series in particular deserves praise: it's good Sci-fi, great acting, good sets and effects, and genuinely gripping drama.
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