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Cease Fire

Review

Series : Enterprise Rating : 3
Disc No : 2.4 Episode : 41
First Aired : 12 Feb 2003 Stardate : Unknown
Director : David Straiton Year : 2152
Writers : Chris Black Season : 2
Guest Cast :
Christopher Shea as Telev
Gary Graham as Ambassador Soval
Jeffrey Combs as Shran
John Balma as Sub-commander Muroc
Suzie Plakson as Tarah
Vaughn Armstrong as Admiral Forrest
Zane Cassidy as Andorian Soldier
Moral :
Negotiations : Sometime you just have to knock the heads together
Great Moment : Suzie Plakson - this woman has done several different roles on Trek now, and she has been amazing in every one of them! I really wish they could find some way to make her a main cast member one of these days.
Body Count : Well, lots of fighting is going on so there are probably quite a few casualties, but it is all offscreen. Onscreen we see Soval get shot, though it is not very serious.
Factoid : Suzie Plakson initially appeared as Dr. Selar, a Vulcan doctor seen a few times on the Enterprise-D. She got a bigger role as Worf's girlfriend K'Ehleyr in several more TNG episodes, then appeared in Voyager as a female Q. Now here she is, playing somebody who hates the Vulcans - kinda rounds things off nicely...

Plotline

The hostility between the Andorians and Vulcans has broken out into open fighting, and war is in the offing. The Andorian Shran calls on Archer to negotiate a cease fire, but both sides seem less than enthusiastic about the negotiations.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 10,322 Last updated : 15 Feb 2004