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Episode Guide - Season 3 Page 1

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 1- Aired October 10, 2003

The Xindi

Six weeks into the Delphic Expanse, Captain Archer and his crew learn of a Xindi working at a mining colony and set out to track him down to gain information about the mysterious race. But when Trip and Archer get caught in a deadly trap, Enterpriseís newest crew members, a squad of Military Assault Command Operation soldiers (MACOs), must rush to free them. Meanwhile, TíPol suggest an intriguing Vulcan cure for Tripís vivid nightmares of his sisterís death.

Guest Cast:

  • Chris Freeman as Alien Head Guard
  • Adam Taylor Gordon as Young Trip
  • Richard Lineback as Kessick
  • Scott MacDonald as Xindi Reptillian
  • Stephen McHattie as Alien Foreman
  • Marco Sanchez as Corporal Romero
  • Tucker Smallwood as Xindi Humanoid
  • Rick Worth as Xindi Sloth
  • Daniel Dae Kim as Corporal Chang

Writers: Rick Berman and Brannon Braga
Director: Allan Kroeker

Our thoughts: Much more interesting than last seasons premiere, but weíll withhold judgement til we see more of the new season episodes. See more on the message boards.

 

 

Episode 2 - Aired October 17, 2003

Anomaly

The mission to find the Xindi takes a treacherous turn when Enterprise is crippled by inexplicable, destructive spatial anomalies that distort the laws of physics. With systems down, Osaarian pirates board the ship and and raid it of valuable supplies. The crew captures one of the marauders, and Archer's sense of morality is tested when he interrogates the prisoner.

Guest Cast:

  • Nathan Anderson as Sergeant Kemper
  • Ryan Honey as Guard
  • Ken Lally as Security Guard
  • Sean McGowan as Hawkins
  • Julia Rose as McKenzie
  • Robert Rusler as Orgoth
  • Kenneth A. White as Engineering Crewman

Writer: Mike Sussman
Director: David Straiton

Our Thoughts: A very good, action oriented episode. See more on the message boards.


 

Episode 3 - Airing September 24, 2003

Extinction

Their ongoing quest for the Xindi leads the Enterprise crew to a tropical alien world where Archer, Reed and Hoshi are exposed to a highly contagious virus that transforms their bodies and minds into those of the long extinct alien inhabitants of the planet.

Guest Cast:

  • Philip Boyd as Com Officer
  • Roger Cross as Tret
  • Daniel Dae Kim as Corporal Chang
  • Troy Mittleider as Palmer
  • Brian J. Williams as Alien Decon Agent

Writer: Andre Bormanis
Director: LeVar Burton

Our Thoughts: Coming after the episode airs. See more on the message boards.
 

Episode 4 - Airing October 1, 2003

Rajiin

Guest Cast:

  • Nikita Ager as Rajiin
  • B.K. Kennelly as Alien Merchant
  • Steve Larson as Zjod
  • Dell Yount as BíRat Ud

Writers: Brent V. Friedman
Director: Mike Vejar

Our Thoughts: Coming after the episode airs. See more on the message boards.


 

 

Episode 5 - Airing October 8, 2003

Impulse

Guest Cast:

  • TBA

Writers: Jonathan Fernandez - Story by: Jonathan Fernandez & Terry Matalas
Director: David Livingston

Our Thoughts: Coming after the episode airs. See more on the message boards.

 

 

Episode 6 - Airing October 15, 2003

Exile

Guest Cast:

  • Mary Sterling as Tarquin

Writer: Phyllis Strong
Director: Roxann Dawson

Our Thoughts: Coming after the episode airs. See more on the message boards.

 

Episode 7 - Airing October 22, 2003

The Shipment

Guest Cast:

  • Jack Alsted as Sloth #2
  • John Cothran Jr. as Gralik
  • Steven Culp as Major Hayes
  • John Eddins as Xindi Reptillian
  • Randy Oglesby as Degra
  • Sam Witwer as Sloth #3

Writer: Chris Black & Brent V. Friedman
Director: David Straiton

 

 

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