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Star Trek: Enterprise 4 Seasons 2002

Season 1
4.4 out of 5 stars (110) IMDb 7.5/10

Set in the 22nd century, nearly 100 years before James T. Kirk, Enterprise takes place during the early pioneering days of deep space exploration, when interstellar travel is in its infancy and the United Federation of Planets is still decades away.

Starring:
Scott Bakula, John Billingsley

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1. Broken Bow, Part 1 & 2

The Enterprise crew sets on a maiden voyage with a mission to return a wounded Klingon to his people.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 1 hour, 26 minutes Release date: 26 September 2001
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2. Fight or Flight

The crew comes across an abandoned ship of dead aliens.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 3 October 2001
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3. Strange New World

Crew members go on a survey mission to a seemingly uninhabited Earth-like planet where a mysterious alien presence sends them into a state of paranoid overdrive.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 10 October 2001
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4. Unexpected

After discovering the presence of a damaged alien vessel, Archer dispatches Tucker to its aid, but the engineer's encounter with a Xyrillian female has an unexpected side effect.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 17 October 2001
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5. Terra Nova

Archer and the Enterprise crew set out to learn what happened to the lost human colony of Terra Nova, and discover a tribe of human-hating cave dwellers.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 24 October 2001
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6. The Andorian Incident

When visiting an ancient Vulcan spiritual temple, the crew of the Enterprise discovers that the monestary has been overthrown by Andorians, an alien race with a history of fighting with Vulcans.

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7. Breaking the Ice

While the Enterprise crew researches a newly discovered comet, Archer tries to deal diplomatically with a Vulcan ship that is suspiciously watching them.

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8. Civilization

The Enterprise crew encounters a pre-industrial society that is afflicted with a plague caused by exploitative secret visitors.

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9. Fortunate Son

Enterprise must intervene when the leader of a human freighter crew sets out for revenge against alien pirates.

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10. Cold Front

While Enterprise joins an alien pilgrimage to witness a religious stellar occurrence, Archer finds himself again faced against the Suliban warrior Silik.

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11. Silent Enemy

An ill-prepared Enterprise is under attack by mysterious aliens with unknown motivations.

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12. Shadows of P'jem

When T'Pol is ordered by her superiors to leave Enterprise, she goes on one last away mission with Archer to planet Coridan, where they are taken captive by a militant faction and once again encounter the volatile Andorians.

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13. Dear Doctor

Captain Archer and Dr. Phlox face an ethical dilemma in attempting to help a plague-strick alien race.

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14. Sleeping Dogs

T'Pol, Reed and Hoshi get stranded on a Klingon "shipwreck" sinking inside a gas giant. Archer tries to convince a captured Klingon to help before his crewmates get crushed in the intense pressure of the planet's atmosphere.

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15. Shuttlepod One

During a shuttlepod mission, Tucker and Reed are cut off from Enterprise and become convinced the starship has been destroyed and that their days are numbered.

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16. Fusion

A group of atypical Vulcans visiting Enterprise subject T'Pol to uncomfortable new ideas.

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17. Rogue Planet

While exploring an uncharted planet, Enterprise crew members encounter a group of aliens who are hunting down indigenous creatures for recreation.

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18. Acquisition

When the Ferengi, a group of intergalactic thieves, stun the Enterprise crew and try to rob the ship, it's up to Trip to work covertly to stop them.

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19. Oasis

The crew is directed to a barren planet, where a derelict ship may be salvagable for supplies. But the crew quickly learns that rumors about the shipwreck being haunted may be true.

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20. Detained

Archer and Mayweather are detained by the Tandarans in a Suliban internment camp. Learning of the Suliban's persecution by the Tandarans, Archer enlists the aid of Enterprise and his crew.

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21. Vox Sola

When a strange, symbiotic alien creature boards Enterprise and captures several crew members, it's up to Hoshi to decipher the creature's complex language.

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22. Fallen Hero

Archer is ordered to transport Vulcan Ambassador V'Lar, an early role model of T'Pol's, from a planet where her integrity has been called into question.

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23. Desert Crossing

When Archer and Trip are invited to a desert-like planet by an alien leader, they discover he is a terrorist who has lured them there under false pretenses.

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24. Two Days and Two Nights

Shore leave takes some interesting twists when the Enterprise crew finally arrives at Risa, the famous pleasure planet.

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25. Shockwave, Part 1

After apparently causing the obliteration of an alien colony, Enterprise is ordered to return to Earth, until a surprise visitor offers Archer startling evidence about what really happened.

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I've been a fan of Star Trek since the early 80's, back when BBC2 began showing the Original at 6pm but doubt many were ever really that aware of Enterprise, because Channel 4 gave it such a low profile. In some respects it came too soon. Hot on the heels of Voyager, TV was saturated with the likes of Picard, Sisko and Janeway, all running around in 24th Century shows, blinding audiences with technobabble... rather than offering straight forward adventure. Keep an open mind and give this a shot, it got better & better over its short 4 year run. One piece of advice, try to look beyond the theme music to the inspiring montage of human exploration. "Faith of the Heart" polarises opinon between love and hate. There are some thought provoking episodes in amongst the action and rough 'n' ready crew talk, as well some intrigue provided by the Vulcans who had never quite been explored this well before. By the time cancellation hit in 2005, we all thought they had struck gold, exploring the backstory of countless original and Next Gen episodes (such as "How did the Federation form?", "Why did the Klingon's appearance look change?", "How did Starfleet fight a war with the Romulans, but never see each other?"). With so many prequel themes to explore, I really wish they hadn't pulled the plug... They should bring it back, especially since the new movie references a certain "Admiral Archer and his beagle"... albeit jokingly.
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To buy this set you will probably be a fan of the show already or interested in this genre of TV. You won't be disappointed.
The DVD packaging for a start is very attractive and compact, with a little booklet with the each episode synopsis. The DVD interactive menus are excellent and fairly easy to navigate. With extras such as commentaries and deleted scenes clearly marked. The 3 "Easter Eggs" are quite easy to find too!
The quality of the DVDs is very good, crystal clear and the extras on disc 7 are good viewing. With behind-the-scenes views from the cast and some brilliant outtake "bloopers"....(I've never seen a Vulcan giggle so much!!!)
This First Season was a great start and well cast, with some interesting stories and twists on other Trek series ideas. A really enjoyable Season and a great DVD package. My only suggestion is to shop around a little to get the best price possible.
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I wasn't sure about Star Trek Enterprise when I heard the premise for it. After three super Star Trek series had well defined the 24th century, Star Trek Enterprise was stepping back to the 22nd century, one hundred years before the days of Captain Kirk. I had doubts.
But these were quickly washed away. Star Trek Enterprise took the Star Trek crown and wore it with pride. Here we get to see mankinds first steps into the Final Frontier. The crew are no where near the space worthy batch we have come to expect. They have fears and concerns about travelling into the unknown.
In Season 1, we get to see the first transporter and the crews doubts about using it. We see how the crew handles an encounter with their first hostile alien species, and the fist star ship Enterprises primative weapons against this deadly foe. The first steps in the Temporal Cold War are set into motion half way through the season which really heats up things. An encounter with a Silent Enemy really is a sinister one. And the season cliff hanger really is good viewing.
I had doubts about Star Trek Enterprise but it has carried the Star Trek crown proudly.
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I wasn't sure what to expect when I first heard that the 5th Star Trek series would be set almost 100 years before the adventures of James T. Kirk. I thought that it might be cool to see the "primative technology" they used and first contact with the alien races we know and love, but I also realised that the show could really fall flat. Anyway, when I saw the season opening episode "Broken Bow" I was ashamed that I had had doubts. The graphics were amazing, the characters intriguing and the proudcers had got a perfect mix of action, exploration and character, which, with an amazing plot made "Broken Bow" arguably the best season opener in Trek history.
The episodes other episodes of season 1 were also intriguing, good quality as the original and definetly surpassed my expectations. I would have to say that: Broken Bow, Unexpected, The Andorian Incident, Breaking The Ice, Cold Front, Silent Enemy, Sleeping Dogs, Shuttlepod One, Vox Sola, Two Days and Two Nights and, the season finale, Shockwave Part 1 are some of the best episodes of the entire 5 series of Star Trek.
I was very supprised to hear Enterprise was coming out in 2005 because I thought that they would wait for the series to end but I am also very happy and I will definetly be adding this boxset to my collection.
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For all its faults, ignore anyone who tells you that this series is a complete and utter load of rubbish, because they are talking just as much garbage...
Enterprise had the highest ratings for a pilot episode, and, to be fair, it was probably the best (and most imaginative) opening storyline out of all five Star Trek series so far. And for those people who say that the first series is rubbish, well quite frankly almost every major long-running series in television history always struggles at the beginning whilst it finds its feet.
However, with the exception of a handful of episodes, I will concede that season two is a lot weaker and I struggled myself to stick through the entire series. But what was the reward for my struggles? Season three, which quite possibly was some of the best television viewing last year.
A season long story arc, interesting and some unexpected plot twists, even more amazing graphics than previously (which Star Trek has always excelled at) and more tension and excitement than ever.
Season four has gone even further, with a new angle of storytelling, using story arcs in trilogies of episodes, which now makes individual episodes seem pale by comparison. If you don't buy season one or two, definitely get the last two, they are an absolute must. And if you do that, you might as well get the first two anyway to see how it all began. It is just such a shame that UPN are not willing to carry the show into a fifth season, where I am sure it would continue to go from strength to strength.
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