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Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2 (2002)

Cast: Scott Bakula, Scott Bakula, Jolene Blalock, more...
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Paramount
Genre: Television
Languages: English
Subtitles: English
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Synopsis
Season two of Star Trek: Enterprise finds the titular Warp Five starship from Earth, and its multicultural and intergalactic crew, still intact despite numerous clashes with genetically manipulative Sulibans in the deep space Temporal Cold. But new and even more daunting challenges await the ship's commander, Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula), and crewpersons T'Pol (Jolene Blalock), Trip (Connor Trinneer), Malcolm Reed (Dominic Keating), Travis (Anthony "A.T." Montgomery), Hoshi (Linda Park), and Dr. Phlox (John Billingsley) as they boldly go where no man has gone before in season two. This year's biggest crisis is manifested in a deadly attack on Archer's home planet, Earth, by a hostile reptilian race called the Xindi. When it becomes clear that humanity would not be able to survive another Xindi attack, the Enterprise crew must take decisive action -- thereby establishing the cliffhanger that will end Star Trek: Enterprise's second season. Before this happens, however, the crew learns a great deal more about one another than they could have previously imagined. For starters, Archer and Trip are calmly informed by T'Pol that the Vulcans made their first contact with humans as far back as 1957. And in subsequent episodes, Archer must choose between rescuing Reed and placing the rest of the crew in jeopardy in a Romulan mine field; Dr. Phlox deduces that Archer's ever-increasing stress level may have something to do with the man's libido; Travis is perplexed by changes in his old homestead after the death of his father; and Hoshi gets the feeling that her metabolism is out of whack after undergoing her first transporter experience. Also, the crew is given further reason to wonder exactly what to make of the contentious Klingons, whose code of honor is like nothing they've ever seen. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2 (Disc 1 of 7) (2002)
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