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Title : Azati Prime Rating : 4
First Aired : 3 Mar 2004 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Allan Kroeker Year : 2154
Writers : Brannon Braga, Manny Coto, Rick Berman Season : 3
Rating : 4.0000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 3
Review : And here we go! Archer and crew arrive at the enemy fortress, ready to blow up the superweapon. That first sight of the weapon put me in mind of one thing, the Death Star. Archer pulls out his plan to fly in and blow it up, just like that (I presume that he doesn't plan to use an exhaust vent), and Daniels pops up again and tells him not to do it. They must wonder why he does not turn up with an armada from the future to sort it all out... Anyway, some way in, I was not sure what to expect at all, possibly some Trek-like peaceful solution. It all goes wrong because of the "evil" Reptilians (I did like the bit where Archer starts winding them up) who *have* to be the baddies because they're scaly and ugly. Then the ending, the ship about to go down in flames, whoa! By the way, why is T'Pol acting like a Romulan again?
Reviewer : =NoPoet= Rating : 5
Review : I'm going to give this a 5-star along with its sequel, "Damage", for so many reasons. They further the overall story arc; they finally get the NX-01 crew near the doomsday weapon; the episode feels important, like the details matter. Bottle shows were never my favourite, I prefer something to engage my brain and tell me a long story with character development and events that shake things up. I feel we get a lot of that from here on in. Season 2 was the nadir of Enterprise; from Azati Prime on, I feel Enterprise just kept climbing, becoming a better show, building towards an exciting season finale and a brilliant fourth season which, to me, showed that Star Trek was NOT suffering from franchise burnout, rather the creative team who originally worked on ENT had nothing left to offer. This is where ENT earns its right to stand beside the other Trek series. This is where it gets hard to believe that season 2 and, to a lesser extent, season 1 were so insipid. I note the name "Manny Coto" in the writing credits... surely this is no coincidence. The battle at the end of this episode is terrific, I've lost count of how many times I've watched it on Youtube, and Archer is brilliant during his interrogation scene. Let me count the ways this episode earns its five-combadge award.
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