Back to

Also visit the Smallville Section!

Visit T-Shirt King! 

Star Trek TOS 




Click Here To Vote for Us at  

Episode Guide - Season 2 Page 4

Episode 22- Airing April 30, 2003


While studying a star in the early stages of going supernova, Enterprise encounters a race called the Vissians. The two crews get along famously, until Trip Tucker gets a little too curious about a member of the species’ third gender - a nameless individual called a “cogenitor”.

Guest Cast:

  • Andreas Katsulas as Vissian Captain (G’Kar from B5 as Tomalek from ST:TNG)
  • FJ Rio, Vissian Engineer
  • Becky Wahlstrom as Cogenitor

Writers: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Directed by: LeVar Burton




Episode 23 - Airing May 7, 2003


An arctic research team on Earth discovers debris from an alien vessel, nearly a century old, buried in a glacier along with the bodies of two cybernetically enhanced humanoids. Once those beings are thawed for investigation, they come to life and abduct the scientists and their transport vessel. Enterprise is called to intercept, but Captain Archer and his crew find these cyborgs to be an intractable, insidious enemy.

This episode brings The Borg to Enterprise - in a story that shows us what really happened during First Contact in 2063 as the “cyborgs” turn out to be Borg and the debris is actually the Borg sphere that Picard destroyed.

Guest Cast:

  • Bonita Friedericy as Rooney (Friedericy is John Billingsley’s real-life wife)
  • Vaughn Armstrong as Admiral Forrest
  • Jim Fitzpatrick as Commander Williams

Writers: ?
Directed by: David Livingston



Episode 24 - Airing May 14, 2003

First Flight

While Enterprise is investigating what appears to be a dark matter nebula, Archer receives news taht A.G. Robinson, his old rival in the early days of the NX test program, has died. During a shuttlepod mission into the dark matter phenomenon, Archer reminisces to T’Pol about the time he and Robinson were pilots competing for the honor of being the first to break the Warp 2 barrier.

A lot of flash backs in this one will give us insight to the early development of the Warp program. We will see Commander Archer, Commodore Forrest and Trip Tucker as an engineering lieutentant working on the team headed by Captain Jefferies (named after Matt Jefferies who created the design of the original series Enterprise). We will get to see some of the test vehicles between Phoenix and Enterprise and the facilities where they were built. And we’ll get to visit the 602 Club that Trip and Malcolm mentioned having had a crush on a waitress named Ruby in Shuttlepod One - Ruby makes an appearance.

Guest Cast:

  • Keith Carradine as A.G. Robinson
  • Vaughn Armstrong as Commodore/Admiral Forest
  • ? as Ruby
  • Michael Canavan as Vulcan Advistor
  • Victor Bevine as Flight Controller
  • Three “Sailors fo the Year” crewmen from the USS Enterprise playing a Tech, a Senator and a Senator’s Aid.

Writers: John Shiban & Chris Black
Directed by: LeVar Burton (Geordie LaForge)


Episode 25 - Aired May 21, 2003

The Expanse

A probe from an unknown alien source unleashes a devastating assault on Earth, cutting a swath from Florida to Venezuela. Millions are killed, including Trip's younger sister, and Enterprise is called home. On the way back, the ship encounters a Suliban vessel that abducts Archer. The mysterious human figure informs him that the probe that attacked Earth was sent by the Xindi, a race that believes humans will destroy their homeworld in the future who are working on a much more powerful weapon that they will use to destroy Earth. The humanoid figure believes that deploying such a weapon will contaminate the timeline. On the way back to Earth, Duras attacks Enterprise looking for vengence - though some Starfleet vessels help to fend him off.

At Starfleet Headquarters, Archer tries to convince Admiral Forrest and Ambassador Soval that the threat the Xindi pose is very real. He even has a set of coordinates, given to him by the mysterious figure. The coordinates are inside the Delphic Expanse, an area that's something like the Bermuda Triangle of space. Soval and Forrest aren't convinced that Archer's information justifies a mission into this area. Luckily, the humanoid figure has also provided Archer with proof. Archer scans the remains of the Xindi probe with a quantum-dating device, which shows that some of the debris is from the future.

Starfleet gives Archer the go-ahead for a new mission to the Delphic Expanse. Enterprise is fitted with new weapons and equipment and assigned some military personnel. Meanwhile, the Vulcan High Command informs T'Pol that they do not want to her to go on the mission. — if she decides to remain onboard Enterprise, she will lose her commission.

Enterprise sets off, planning for a stop on Vulcan along the way to drop off T'Pol. First, however, they must deal once again with Duras, who attacks once again. The crew manages to fend him off using the newly-upgraded weapons. Meanwhile, T'Pol has come to a decision — she wants to remain on Enterprise. She has resigned from the High Command. With that settled, Archer sets a course for the Delphic Expanse.

As they approach the Expanse, Duras attacks once again — and this time, he has two other birds-of-prey to assist him. Though two of the Klingon ships turn back as they get close to the Expanse, Duras presses on. Through some clever maneuvering, Archer manages to avoid the Klingon ship and eventually destroys it. The Enterprise heads off to it’s new mission in the Delphic Expanse setting the stage for the main story arc of Season 3.

Guest Cast:

  • John Fleck as Silik
  • Gary Graham as Soval
  • James Horan as Humanoid Figure
  • Gary Bullock as Klingon Council Member
  • Josh Cruze as Captain Ramirez
  • Dan Desmond as Klingon Chancellor
  • David Figlioli as Klingon Crewman
  • L. Sidney as Klingon Crewman #2
  • Bruce Wright as Dr. Fer’at

Writers: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Directed by: Allan Kroeker


Episode Index - Previous Page

This site is created by and copyright by as a fan site - It is not associated in any way with The Official Star Trek Site, Paramount, UPN or Viacom and is not intended to infringe on the copyrights of any of those or other organizations.