Star Trek: Enterprise (2003) – Cease Fire, and Future Tense

Captain’s log: date unknown Chris Black pens this episode that first aired on 12 February, 2003. Captain Archer (Scott Bakula) and the Enterprise are called in to help mediate a dispute between the Vulcans and the Andorians who still seem to be chafing against one another, once again, over a small inhospitable planet. That of…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2002) – Precious Cargo, and The Catwalk

Captain’s log: 12 September, 2152 David A. Goodman pens the teleplay for this episode from a story by Rick Berman and Brannon Braga. It originally aired on 11 December, 2002. Trip (Connor Trinneer) is at the centre of the story when the Enterprise comes to the aid of a pair of aliens and their mysterious…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2002) – Minefield, and Dead Stop

Captain’s log: date unknown John Shiban pens this episode that first debuted on 2 October, 2002. The Enterprise triggers a cloaked mine, planted by Romulans, and it’s up to Reed (Dominic Keating) to work another one free of the hull plating. The explosion causes a number of injuries, and it all seems a bit of…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2002) – Detained, and Vox Sola

Captain’s log: date unknown Mike Sussman and Phyllis Strong pen the teleplay for this episode from a story by Rick Berman and Brannon Braga. It first aired on 24 April, 2002 and featured Dean Stockwell, Scott Bakula’s co-star in Quantum Leap in his only Trek appearance. Archer (Bakula) and Mayweather (Anthony Montgomery) are captured by…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2002) – Fusion, and Rogue Planet

Captain’s log: date unknown Rick Berman and Brannon Braga come up with the story that was turned into a teleplay by Mike Sussman and Phyllis Strong. It first debuted on 27 February, 2002. The Enterprise comes into contact with an usual group of Vulcans. It seems they embrace their emotions, a fact that bothers T’Pol…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2002) – Shadows of P’Jem, and Shuttlepod One

Captain’s log: October 2151 Rick Berman and Brannon Braga concocted the story for this episode, Shadows of P’Jem, which was transformed into a teleplay by Mike Sussman and Phyllis Strong, It debuted on 6 February, 2002. The Enterprise is receives some troubling news as T’Pol (Jolene Blalock) is to be relieved/replaced. The crew are informed…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2001) – Civilization, and Fortunate Son

Captain’s log: 31 July, 2151 Phyllis Strong and Mike Sussman pen this episode that first aired on 14 November, 2001. When the Enterprise arrives at an Earth-like planet, Captain Archer (Scott Bakula) leads an away mission that allows him to masquerade as one of the planet’s denizens. It seems T’Pol (Jolene Blalock) has discovered that…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2001) – Fight or Flight, and Strange New World

Captain’s log: 6 May, 2151 Rick Berman and Brannon Braga pen the follow-up episode to the series premiere. Fight or Flight debuted on 3 October, 2001, and despite the promise of an inhabited world that scans picked up at the end of the previous episode, the only lifeform they’ve found is an alien worm, christened…

Star Trek: Voyager (2001) – Homestead, and Renaissance Man

Captain’s log: stardate 54868.6 LeVar Burton directs this episode from a script by Raf Green, and sees Neelix’s (Ethan Phillips) departure from the series when the Voyager comes across a Talaxian settlement which needs help, and Neelix finds his place among them. It first aired on 9 May, 2001. There’s some nice continuity within the…

Star Trek: Voyager (2001) – Q2, and Author, Author

Captain’s log: stardate 54704.5 LeVar Burton directs this episode that sees the return of Q (John de Lancie). Written by Robert Doherty from a story by Kenneth Biller, it first debuted on 11 April, 2001. Q shows up on the Voyager, much to Janeway’s (Kate Mulgrew) chagrin with his son (Keegan de Lancie) in tow….

Star Trek: Voyager (2001) – Repentance, and Prophecy

Captain’s log: stardate 54474.6 Robert Doherty pens this episode from a story he developed with Micheal Sussman. It first aired on 31 January, 2001, and tried to bring some big topics up for discussion. This is something that Trek tends to do pretty well. This time around, the Voyager comes to aid of a damaged…

Star Trek: Voyager (2000) – Body and Soul, and Nightingale

Captain’s log: stardate 54283.3 Robert Duncan McNeill (Paris) directs this episode that was written by Eric Morris, Phyllis Strong and Mike Sussman from a story by Micheal Taylor, it debuted on 15 November, 2000. Harry (Garrett Wang), Seven (Jeri Ryan) and the Doctor (Robert Picardo) are on a mission aboard the Delta Flyer II, when…