Star Trek: Discovery (2017) – Choose Your Pain, and Lethe

Captain’s log: December 2256 Kemp Powers pens the teleplay for Choose Your Pain from a story by Gretchen J. Berg, Aaron Harberts and Kemp. It first aired on 15 October, 2017, and sees a familiar character return to this version of the Trek Universe. While Micheal Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) starts to worry about the pain…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2005) – In a Mirror, Darkly Part II, and Demons

Captain’s log: 18 January, 2155 The mirror universe two-parter comes to a conclusion this week in an episode written by Micheal Sussman from a story by Manny Coto. It first debuted (with its altered opening credits sequence) on 29 April, 2005. Archer (Scott Bakula) has seized control of the U.S.S. Defiant from the Prime Universe,…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2004/2005) – Kir’Shara, and Daedalus

Captain’s log: date unknown Mike Sussman finishes off the Syrrannite arc this week with Kir’Shara which originally aired on 3 December, 2004. Archer (Scott Bakula), T’Pol (Jolene Blalock) and T’Pau (Kara Zediker) work to deliver the Kir’Shara a Vulcan artefact that contains all the writings of the philosopher, Surak, who cited peace and the beauty…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2004) – The Forge, and Awakening

Captain’s log: date unknown Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens who have long had turned out a number of Star Trek novels, including writing with William Shatner for his Shatner-Verse series, pen the first episode up this week, The Forge. Originally airing on 19 November, 2004, the Enterprise travels to Vulcan after the United Earth embassy on…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2004) – Home, and Borderland

Captain’s log: date unknown Mike Sussman pens the first episode up this week, which originally aired on 22 October, 2004. The Enterprise finally returns home, and the crew, tired from their travails with the Xindi, and the temporal travel of the previous episodes, face the repercussions of their journeys both good and bad. Archer (Scott…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2004) – Damage, and The Forgotten

Captain’s log: date unknown Captain Archer (Scott Bakula) is still held by the Xindi in the next season three episode, Damage. Written by Phyllis String, the episode first premiered on 21 April, 2004. With the Enterprise reeling from its near destruction by the Xindi attack, and a neighbouring ship requesting help, T’Pol (Jolene Blalock), in…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2003) – Impulse, and Exile

Captain’s log: date unknown Johnathan Fernandez pen the teleplay for this episode from a story he developed with Terry Matalas. It first debuted on 8 October, 2003. The Enterprise discovers another anomaly in the Delphic Expanse, when they respond to a distress call from a lost Vulcan ship. When they arrive they find the crew…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2003) – The Xindi, and Anomaly

Captain’s log: date unknown The serialised Xindi story line that was initiated by the second season finale gets truly underway this week with the launch of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise. The season opener, written by Rick Berman and Brannon Braga debuted on 10 September, 2003. The Enterprise has been in the Delphic Expanse…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2003) – Bounty, and The Expanse

Captain’s log: 21 March, 2153 Roxann Dawson directs this episode that was written by Mike Sussman, Phyllis Strong and Hans Tobeason from a story by Rick Berman and Brannon Braga. It first aired on 14 May, 2003 and continued the Archer (Scott Bakula) arc featuring his trial and prosecution by the Klingons. Captain Archer is…

Star Trek: Enemy Unseen (1990) – V.E. Mitchell

The Human Adventure continues, but they aren’t always outstanding. Sure, of late, there has definitely been an uptick in the quality of stories in the series of late. Unfortunately, Enemy Unseen by V.E. Mitchell didn’t do it for me. Originally written to be part of the five year mission, Paramount and Pocket Books changed the…

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…