Star Trek: Enterprise (season 2)

{4.5/5} “Maybe we’re not out here just to scan comets and meet new species. Maybe we’re out here to prove that humanity’s ready to join a much larger community.”

Star Trek: Enterprise season 2, aired in 2002-03

T’Pol reveals to Archer and Tucker that her great grandmother was secretly one of the first Vulcans to visit Earth. The Enterprise stops for repairs at an automated station but Captain Archer suspects something isn’t right. When the Andorians and Vulcans are fighting over a planet, Shran asks for Archer to mediate.

There are a few more memorable episodes this season. As always it’s about working together, and overcoming your preconceptions.

In “The Catwalk” the crew has to squeeze into a warp nacelle, the only place where they’ll be protected from radiation bombarding the rest of the ship. “Cease Fire” advances the ongoing story with the Vulcans and Andorians. “Judgment” gives us a look at Klingon society at this time.

The most annoying thing the Enterprise writers did was a Borg episode — it didn’t make sense, since we know Picard was the first to encounter the Borg.

Stars Dominic Keating and Anthony Montgomery.

Vaughn Armstrong guest stars as Admiral Forrest. Suzie Plakson, J. G. Hertzler, and Andreas Katsulas all show up as guest stars.

This is the 2nd time I’ve seen it. I previously reviewed season 1.

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