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The Breach

Review

Series : Enterprise Rating : 3
Disc No : 2.5 Episode : 47
First Aired : 23 Apr 2003 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Robert Duncan McNeill Year : 2153
Writers : Chris Black, Daniel McCarthy, John Shiban Season : 2
Guest Cast :
D. C. Douglas as Zepht
Henry Stram as Hudak
Jamison Yang as Crewman
Laura Putney as Trevix
Mark Chaet as Yolen
YATI : I know the Denobulans are a bit flaky, but it really strains credibility that they would refuse to leave even when their lives are threatened.
Great Moment : John Billingsley gives an excellent performance as Phlox.
Body Count : No dead, but Mayweather gets an injured leg.
Factoid : The Denobulans and Antareans fought a series of wars, ending 300 years ago. There is still a good deal of bad blood between them, especially on the Antarean side.

Plotline

Enterprise is visiting an inhabited planet when the locals decide to eject all aliens from their world. Archer sends Trip, Reed and Mayweather to find and evacuate a group of Denobulan geologists from a large cave complex. Meanwhile, Phlox must treat a patient from a species who once fought a series of wars against his own people - but the man would rather die than be helped by one he still regards as an enemy.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 8,203 Last updated : 5 Sep 2013