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Capt. Archertakes command of Earth's first warp-speed space vessel and volunteers to return an injured alien to his home planet over the objections of Earth's Vulcan allies, who do not believe the humans are ready for interstellar travel.
Capt. Arche takes command of Earth's first warp-speed space vessel and volunteers to return an injured alien to his home planet over the objections of Earth's Vulcan allies, who do not believe the humans are ready for interstellar travel.
The crew is restless after two weeks without contact with sentient life, but an encounter with an alien vessel soon alleviates the boredom as the away team discovers the ship is littered with corpses.
The discovery of an Earthlike world proves irresistible to Trip, who persuades Archer to allow his survey team to camp on the planet's surface---unaware of a gathering storm. After relocating into nearby caves, members of the crew become convinced they are being watched.
After discovering the presence of a damaged alien vessel, Archer dispatches Trip to its aid, but the engineer's encounter with a Xyrillian female has an unexpected side effect.
Archer's determination to solve the mystery of Terra Nova, a legendary lost deep-space colony, leads to a tense encounter with a tribe of human-hating cave-dwellers.
Archer's curiosity about an ancient monastery unwittingly places his crew in the midst of a long-standing interstellar conflict between the Vulcans and their arch rivals, the Andorians.
Archer's probe of an unusual comet is disrupted by the sudden appearance of a Vulcan starship. The vessel is receiving coded messages from a guarded T'Pol, who reluctantly takes Trip into her confidence after he learns the content of her communiqués.
Disguised as locals, Archer and his expedition explore a civilization bedeviled by a virulent ailment possibly linked to a covert---and anomalous---nuclear reactor. Determined to find the truth, the captain teams up with a local apothecary, leading to a close encounter between the two.
Enterprise answers a distress signal from a damaged Earth freighter whose acting commander thirsts for revenge against the Nausicaan pirates who attacked his ship and wounded the captain.
Archer invites a group of alien stargazers to witness a stellar event aboard Enterprise, not realizing the Suliban agent Silik is among the guests.
The ship is attacked by an unidentified vessel. In other events, Archer wants to give Reed a personalized birthday present.
The fascination with human behavior and culture expressed by Dr. Phlox in his letter to a peer is contrasted by his dissenting view of the crew's treatment of a dying alien race.
Archer dispatches a shuttle to the aid of a disabled Klingon vessel, whose leader orchestrates an ambush that leaves Reed, T'Pol and Hoshi stranded aboard the aliens' unstable ship.
T'Pol's sudden transfer from the Enterprise startles Archer, who can't tell if he is more upset with the order or by her indifferent attitude about the reassignment. The captain's frustrations are soon multiplied when both he and T'Pol are taken captive by militant Andorians.
Trip and Reed are dispatched on a shuttle mission to investigate an asteroid field and are cut off from Enterprise, thereby becoming convinced the starship has been destroyed and that their days are numbered.
En route to the eye-catching Arachnid Nebula, the crew encounters an obsolete Vulcan vessel manned by the Vahklas, a Vulcan sect that embraces emotional impulses. Despite her misgivings, T'Pol allows her curiosity about their lifestyle to get the best of her.
The crew explores a jungle planet that's been turned into a hunting ground by a race of stalkers called the Eska. There, a shadowy woman makes contact with Archer.
The Enterprise is invaded by Ferengi marauders, who knock out the crew with sleeping gas and pillage the ship for gold, equipment and slaves.
After hearing of a supposedly haunted alien ship, Archer decides to cannibalize the ship's husk to replenish Enterprise's supplies and discovers the vessel is inhabited after all.
Archer and Mayweather are held in a Tandaran prison alongside detained Sulibans, leading to a clash of wills between Archer and the commandant.
Following a series of misunderstandings that sent a group of visiting aliens off the Enterprise in a huff, an unidentifiable alien parasite boards the ship to feed off the crew's bodies. It falls to insecure Hoshi to save her comrades by communicating with the creature.
Duty interferes with the crew's first shore leave when the Enterprise is sent to the planet Mazar to fetch a distinguished Vulcan ambassador accused of criminal misconduct. The mission disturbs T'Pol, who's a great admirer of the diplomat.
When Archer and Trip repair a vessel belonging to an alien leader, the Earthmen are repaid with an invitation to their new friend's volatile world.
T'Pol talks Archer into joining the shore-leave party on the planet Risa, where he encounters a troubled alien beauty; Hoshi learns a new language from a local man; a pair of aliens take advantage of Trip and Reed; Dr. Phlox's hibernation is disrupted by Mayweather's injury.
Archer blames himself when the destruction of an alien colony prompts Starfleet to recall the Enterprise to Earth.