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Shuttlepod One

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Series :
Enterprise
Rating :
3
Disc No :
Episode :
16
First Aired :
13 Feb 2002
Stardate :
9-Nov-51
Director :
Year :
Writers :
Season :
Guest Cast :
None
YATI :
When Hoshi was researching Reed's favourite food a few weeks back, one of his friends said he didn't like fish. So why did he choose the Sea Bass meal in this episode?

Reed and Trip propogate a common rumour in this episode - your hair and nails do not really continue to grow significantly once you are dead.

Great Moment :
T'Pol coming on to Reed in his dream sequence.
Body Count :
Zero.
Factoid :
Tesnians need Boron gas for at least six hours each day.

Plotline

Reed and Tucker return from a shuttle mission to find that Enterprise has been destroyed, leaving them stranded years from any help. As their air runs low, the claustrophobic environment causes friction between the two men.
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