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Shockwave, Part 1

Review

Series : Enterprise Rating : 3
Disc No : 1.6 Episode : 26
First Aired : 22 May 2002 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Allan Kroeker Year : 2152
Writers : Brannon Braga, Rick Berman Season : 1
Guest Cast :
David Lewis Hays as Tactical Crewman
James Horan as Humanoid Figure
John Fleck as Silik
Matt Winston as Daniels
Stephanie Erb as Receptionist
Vaughn Armstrong as Admiral Forrest
Moral :
Tough : When the going gets tough, the tough get going
Great Moment : T'Pol cheering up Archer.
Body Count : Some 3,600 miners are killed when the shuttlepod sets of the explosion. Quite a few Suliban are injured or killed during the raid on the stealth cruiser. An unknown number are killed in the future when the temporal bad guys pull their trick.
Factoid : James Horan, who has played the shadowy Humanoid throughout Enterprise, also played Ikat'ika in DS9's "By Inferno's Light" and "In Purgatory`s Shadow", Tosin in Voyager's "Fair Trade", Lieutenant Barnaby in TNG's "Descent: Part 2", and Dr. Jo'Brill in TNG's "Suspicions".
Quote : "Anyone tries to badmouth Captain Archer in front of me is going to get an earful. In any language they want." - Hoshi to Mayweather

Plotline

Enterprise pays a courtesy visit to a planet with a colony of several thousand alien miners. Unfortunately, on the way down the shuttlepod ignites a gas released by the mining process, setting off a huge explosion which destroys the whole colony. The Vulcans convince Starfleet to recall the ship and close down their program of space exploration for another ten or twenty years, plunging Archer into depression and self-doubt. But an unexpected temporal visitor offers a way out of the dilemma - one which will bring Archer into direct conflict with the Suliban and threaten Mankind's future.


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