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Series : Enterprise Rating : 2
Disc No : 2.1 Episode : 28
First Aired : 25 Sep 2002 Stardate : 1-Apr-52
Director : James Contner Year : 2152
Writers : Brannon Braga, Chris Black, Dan O'Shannon, Rick Berman Season : 2
Guest Cast :
Ann Cusack as Maggie
Clay Wilcox as Billy
David Selburg as Vulcan Captain
Hank Harris as Jack
J. Paul Boehmer as Mestral
Jolene Blalock as T'Mir
Michael Krawic as Stron
Paul Hayes as Businessman
Ron Marasco as Captain Tellus
Moral :
Lies? : Vulcans don't lie, or do they?
YATI : Although it is done deliberately, this episode repeats a common fault of movies and television - although there can be family similarities in appearence, its exceptionally unlikely that you have an ancestor who looks exactly like you do.

Why are the Vulcans interested in investigating the launch of Sputnik? They thought Humans of more than a century later too primitive to be of any interest in "Star Trek : First Contact", at least until they found that Cochrane had invented warp drive.

In this episode T'Mir sells velcro technology for money. However, this episode takes place after the 1957 Sputnik launch; velcro was actually invented in 1955.

Great Moment : T'Pol winding Archer and Trip up about whether or not her story was true.
Body Count : One Vulcan.
Factoid : Although we don't get an exact date, this episode marks the one year anniversary of T'Pol's posting to Enterprise. That puts it right around mid April of 2152.

Plotline

T'Pol tells Archer and Trip the real story of the first contact between Humans and Vulcans.
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