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Episode Guide - Season 2 Page 3

Episode information is added as we find out about them - some of this may only be speculation and will be corrected once the episode airs.

Episode 15- Airing February 12, 2003

Cease Fire

A war has broken out between the Vulcans and Andorians over a small terraformed planet that both sides have claimed. In the midst of the skirmish, the Vulcans announce they want to discuss terms for a cease-fire. But Imperial Guard officer Shran believes the only one who can mediate a cease-fire is Archer, so the captain and the Enterprise are called in.

This episode gives us the first glimpse of an Andorian ship and the first look at a female Andorian.

Guest Cast:

  • Suzie Plakson as Tarah, a female Andorian (was K’Ehleyr & Dr. Selar in TNG, Female Q in Voyager)
  • Jeffrey Combs as Shran
  • Gary Graham as Ambassador Soval
  • Vaughn Armstrong as Admiral Forest
  • John Balma as Muroc
  • Zane Cassidy as Andorian Soldier

Writers: Chris Black
Directed by: David Straiton



Episode 16 - Airing February 19, 2003

Future Tense (Originally titled Crash Landing)

The Tholians are back! Last seen in the original series The Tholian Web, they make an appearance here as both they and the Sulibans want a small vessel adrift in space...that happens to contain a human corpse. The craft has some rather strange properties Enterprise is investigating when the Sulibans and Tholians show up both demanding the wreckage.

Guest Cast:

  • Cullen Douglas as Suliban Soldier
  • Mike Cassidy & Tim Storms as “stunt” Suliban
  • Vaughn Armstrong as Admiral Forrest

Writers: Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong
Directed by: James Whitmore, Jr.


Episode 17 - Airing February 26, 2003


Upon leaving the Enolian homeworld in a shuttlepod, Archer and Tucker are mistakenly arrested and placed on a prisoner transport vessel bound for the penal colony Canamar. Before the error can be rectified, one of the alien inmates engineers a takeover of the transport, leading Archer to engage in a dangerous gambit.

Guest Cast:

  • Mark Rolston as Kuroda
  • Sean Whalen as Zoumas
  • Michael McGrady as Nausicaan
  • Holmes Osborne as Enolian Official
  • Brian Morri as Enolian Guard
  • John Hansen as Prisoner #1

Writers: John Shiban
Directed by: Allan Kroeker

Episode 18 - Airing April 2, 2003

The Crossing

Enterprise is swallowed by an otherwordly vessel occupied by noncorporeal creatureswho invade the bodies of crew members and trade conciousnesses with them. The NX-01 is approached and engulfed by a weird, otherworldly vessel occupied by wisp-like entities. The creatures start flying into the bodies of crew members and temporarily exchanging consciousnesses with them, sending the crewmen off into a blissful realm while the "wisps" get a taste of corporeal existence. They claim to be simply explorers like the humans, but Archer is not sure whether to trust them, and the situation ultimately gets out of hand.

Guest Cast:

  • Joseph Will as Rostov
  • Matthew Kaminsky as Cunningham

Writers: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga script from a story by Berman, Braga and Andre Bormanis.
Directed by: David Livingston

Episode 19 - Airing April 9, 2003


Archer stands accused before a Klingon tribunal of conspiring against the Empire with his only hope of escaping a death sentence or life in the dilithium mins of Rura Penthe is an aging and disenchanted Klingon lawyer with little energy or enthusiasm for the case named Kolos. Features a Klingon named Duras - the name of the Klingon who was involved in the conspiracy to frame Worf’s father in TNG’s “Sins of the Father” and “Reunion”. Apparently the charges stem from  rescuing a group of Arin’sen who are trying to escape from the Klingons’ control.

Guest Cast:

  • Daniel Riordan as Capt. Duras
  • ? as Asahf
  • John Vickery as Prosecutor Orak
  • J.G. Hertzler as Kolos (Martok in DS9)
  • ? as First Officer
  • ? as Magistrate
  • ? as Guard

Writers: David A. Goodman from a story by himself and Taylor Elmore.
Directed by: James L.  Conway
Music by: Velton Ray Bunch (Silent Enemy, Marauders & Quantum Leap)


Episode 20 - Airing April 16, 2003


When Enterprise reverses course to go investigate a planetary phenomenon, Ensign Mayweather takes the opportunity to visit the cargo ship where he was born and raised, the ECS Horizon. But his father, the ship’s captain, just recently died, and Travis finds things at home haven’t been the same since.

Guest Cast:

  • Corey Mendell Parker as Paul Mayweather (Travis’ younger brother)
  • Nicole Forester as Nora

Writers: Andre Bormanis
Directed by: James Contner


Episode 21 - Airing April 23, 2003

The Breach

Enterprise is asked to evacuate a group of Denobulan geologists from a world that has been taken over by a militant faction, and since they are locateddeep underground, the effort requires some treacherous spelunking by the rescue team. Meanwhile Phlox faces a dilemma when another evacuee, an Antaran afflicted with a fatal dose of radiation, refuses to be treated by a Denobulan because of very old bad blood between the two races.

Guest Cast:

  • Henry Stram as Hudak
  • Mark Chaet as Denobulan
  • DC Douglas as Denobulan
  • Laura Putney as Denobulan
  • Jamison Yang as Enterprise Crewman

Writers: Chris Black & John Shiban froma story by Daniel McCarthy
Director: Robert Duncan McNeill


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