UPN has announced that the first of the final
six episodes of the season will debut next Wednesday. Things
are really shaky right now. We fanboys aren't sure we'll be
able to continue the prequel adventures deep in the original
only six episodes left anything can happen. Including the
end of the series. And the end of Star Trek in prime
time for a verrrrrrrry long time.
thoughts are like bringing up death at the dinner table. But
the inescapable truth is WE COULD BE CANCELLED AT ANY MINUTE.
So say your prayers, or light your Klingon ritual candles,
meditate on the logical flows of the universe, pay bribes
to the Material Continuum, have an orb experience with the
Prophets or whatever other alien religion you subscribe to.
has listed the last six episodes with log lines and guest
lists. Lets take a sneak peek into the what could be the end
Damage 071 While dissension among Xindi ranks festers, Enterprise
tries to recover from a devastating attack.
say much, does it? "Damage" picks up where "Azati
Prime" left off. The crew of the Enterprise needs to
patch up the huge holes in its bulk head. Oh, and for sure
T'Pol and Trip will have some sexual tension subplot. And
there will be lots of cut scenes to the Xindi high council.
Perhaps we'll finally learn what role the Manatee Xindi play
in the pentagonal species. The five separate races seem to
be cut from a very generic mold.
Xindi: Nice, lovable and understanding.
Humanoid Xindi: Smart, power hungry and fearful.
Reptilian Xindi: Strong, barbaric and dangerous.
Insectoid Xindi: Creepy, asexual and wicked.
does that leave the Manatees?
Aqua Xindi: Big, yellow and don't speak English
The Forgotten 072
Two high-ranking Xindi offer to stop the launch of their super
weapon if Archer can prove they've been manipulated. Meanwhile,
the crew mourns their lost mates.
will get a hold of Gralik and some other Sloth Xindi, trying
to convince them that destroying Earth is wrong. Degra has
made more then one appearance on Enterprise, and each
time has revealed he's not to pleased he's killing innocent
mates" are the fellows who were blown into space on "Azati
Prime." Apparently about a fifth of the crew was taken
out by the Delphic Expanse mission and NOW its starting to
mess with people's heads
An attempt to use a Xindi subspace corridor leads Enterprise
to a bizarre encounter with another Starfleet ship.
fun episode before the obvious three-part story of the last
three episodes. The question is; which Enterprise will they
be running into? Will Kirk and Spock make a guest appearance ?
Or Picard and Riker? Or maybe Alan Ruck will return as Captain
Harriman of Enterprise B...
is possible. Especially since Enterprise is about NX-01
and Kirk's Enterprise was 1701. That's 1,700 other ships,
any of which could've been called Enterprise Oh the
endless possibilities of time travel.
it'll be Enterprise 1701-E and Worf will make his transition
into the prequel universe, thereby completing his destiny
of being on three Star Trek shows and four movies. Fanboy
Planet editor Derek McCaw is betting everything on it being
the Galileo 7.
The Council 074
Archer confronts the Xindi Council.
warns its readers about spoilers. They're afraid people will
be shocked to find out Archer was able to successfully convince
Gralik the Xindi have been deceived. That's like calling milk
cheese spoiled because it's become cheese. We all knew it
was going to happen.
synopsis leaves a B story line up to the imagination of the
readers. Will Archer debate the Xindi council for an entire
episode, or will T'Pol get naked just before commercial break ?
show rights itself! Or writes itself. I'm not sure which is
With help from some Xindi factions, the Enterprise crew attempts
to stop the arming of the Xindi Weapon.
Star Trek.com red flags spoilers in its production synopsis.
Zero Hour 076
[Logline and Guest Cast to be announced.]
In a bizarre
eleventh hour plot twist, Denise Crosby guest-stars as her own
grandmother making a documentary on fans of Enterprise.
It's sort of like the last episode of The Prisoner, only
with fewer viewers in the long run.