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There is no Next Episode of Star Trek: Enterprise planned.
The Enterprise hunts the Xindi who attacked Earth. But Archer and Trip's zeal to capture a Xindi leads them into a trap. This episode marks the debut of the MACOs, Enterprise's elite surface troops.
Distortions within the Delphic Expanse disrupt the Enterprise's computer systems, leaving its stores vulnerable to Ventaxian pirates who loot critical supplies.
The crew's ongoing pursuit of the Xindi leads them to a tropical world where Archer, Hoshi and Reed are exposed to a virus that morphs them into the planet's native beings. As Phlox searches for a cure, Trip and T'Pol negotiate with aliens determined to kill all those infected.
Archer, Trip and Reed return from an alien barter town with a surprise guest---an alluring woman whose beguiling sensuality proves irresistible to the crew.
After answering a distress signal from a Vulcan starship, Archer, T'Pol, Reed and Hawkins arrive on board to find its crew in a deranged, raging state that quickly manifests in T'Pol as well.
A powerful telepath named Tarquin becomes smitten with Hoshi and offers to part with key intelligence on the Xindi if she's allowed to visit his planet. But when Enterprise returns to pick up Hoshi, Tarquin refuses to let her go.
Archer, Reed and MACO Major Hayes infiltrate a Xindi-Sloth plant that is creating the explosive material for the Xindi super-weapon. The trio kidnaps the plant foreman, who forms an alliance with them once he learns of the Xindi council's attack on Earth. Also: Trip, T'Pol and Dr. Phlox test captured Xindi firearms in hopes of creating better defenses against them.
Archer suffers a puzzling form of amnesia that distorts his long-term memories. He is further confused to find himself in the future aboard an Enterprise commanded by T'Pol.
The crew investigates a world within the Delphic Expanse with a civilization closely resembling America's 19th-century Wild West.
To heal a critically injured Trip, Dr. Phlox creates a clone of the engineer using an exotic creature in his lab. But the clone's rapid growth and replication of Trip's behavior alarms the crew.
Acting on a tip from Daniels (Matt Winston), Archer and T'Pol time-travel to the year 2004, where the Xindi are using an abandoned Detroit factory to build a secret weapon.
The crew is taken hostage by alien religious zealots who plot to use the Enterprise to punish unbelievers after Archer rescues them from their crippled vessel.
Andorian Imperial Guard Commander Shran proposes an alliance to Archer, offering to help steal the Xindi's superweapon. Elsewhere, Lt. Talas, an Andorian officer with her own agenda, helps Lt. Reed repair the Enterprise's damaged weapons systems.
Archer seeks to destroy a superweapon under construction by the Xindi by tricking its designer, Degra, into revealing its hiding place.
A dying alien refuses to disclose his motives for exploring a spatial anomaly; Trip's interest in a pretty corporal sparks a heated exchange with T'Pol; Reed quarrels with a colleague over training drills.
Archer places Dr. Phlox in control of the Enterprise when the crew requires sedation to survive a mind-altering section of the Expanse lethal to humanoids. But Phlox's Denobulan physiology doesn't entirely shield him from its effects.
The discovery of unhatched Xindi eggs inside a crashed vessel brings out the paternal side of Archer, who alarms the crew with his obsessive determination to save the embryos.
After pinpointing the site of the Xindi doomsday weapon, Archer prepares to undertake a suicidal mission to destroy it, until the time-traveling Daniels gives him pause.
Archer considers compromising his morals to restore Enterprise's warp capacity after a fleet of Xindi-controlled warships cripple the vessel's engine; and T'Pol grows increasingly volatile, prompting her to confide a troubling secret to Phlox.
Archer persuades Degra to examine evidence of the plot to pit the Xindi against Earth, while Trip wrestles with the death of a subordinate .
The crew encounters its descendants when it enters a wormhole and discovers a future version of the ship captained by T'Pol's son, who warns Archer of an alien attack.
Degra's fleet ushers the Enterprise to a tense conference with Xindi council as T'Pol and Reed embark on a desperate mission to gather data on the doomsday weapon.
Newly allied with the Xindi, Archer turns his attentions to destroying the doomsday device as the Reptilians attempt to brainwash Hoshi into cracking the weapon's code.
Archer tries to coax a traumatized Hoshi into using her decryption skills to disable the doomsday weapon before the Reptilians can use it to destroy Earth as the Enterprise embarks on a desperate mission of its own to cripple the rest of the spheres.