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Stigma

Review

Series : Enterprise Rating : 2
Disc No : 2.3 Episode : 40
First Aired : 5 Feb 2003 Stardate : Unknown
Director : David Livingston Year : 2152
Writers : Brannon Braga, Rick Berman Season : 2
Guest Cast :
Bob Morrisey as Dr. Strom
Jeffrey Hayenga as Dr. Yuris
Lee Spencer as Vulcan Doctor
Melinda Page Hamilton as Feezal
Michael Ensign as Dr. Oratt
Moral :
Bigotry : Is an affliction that can even effect those who call themselves logical
YATI : I'm really getting sick and tired of the way Enterprise is abusing Vulcans. Now we find that the supposedly logical species that values "infinite diversity in infinite combinations" above all else practices widespread discrimination, to the point that they are apparently willing to let a whole section of their society die out. How can you claim to value diversity and practice eugenics at the same time? And if you want to claim that the IDIC philosophy hasn't evolved at this point, sorry - the IDIC symbol has been seen several times on Enterprise, including in this episode.
Great Moment : I'm not a great fan of Jolene Blalock, but she does a great job in this episode.
Body Count : The last shreds of my respect for Vulcans.
Factoid : This is, of course, a thinly veiled message about HIV sufferers.

Plotline

We learn that T'Pol contracted a disease through the mind meld she underwent in "Fusion". But the Vulcans despise those who can initiate melds, and refuse to treat anybody with the disease...


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