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10- Fortunate Son
11- Cold Front
12- Silent Enemy
13- Dear Doctor
14- Sleeping Dogs
15- Shadows of P'Jem
16- Shuttlepod One
17- Fusion
18- Rogue Planet
19- Acquisition
20- Oasis
21- Detained
22- Vox Sola
23- Fallen Hero
24- Desert Crossing
25- 2 Days & 2 Nights
26- Shockwave 1
27- Shockwave 2
28- Carbon Creek
29- Mine Field
30- Dead Stop
31- A Night in Sickbay
32- Marauders
33- The Seventh
34- The Communicator
35- Singularity
36- Vanishing Point
37- Precious Cargo
38- The Catwalk
39- Dawn
40- Stigma
41- Cease Fire
42- Future Tense
43- Canamar
44- The Crossing
45- Judgment
46- Horizon
47- The Breach
48- Cogenitor
49- Regeneration
50- First Flight
51- Bounty
52- The Expanse
53- The Xindi
54- Anomaly
55- Extinction
56- Rajiin
57- Impulse
58- Exile
59- The Shipment
60- Twilight
61- North Star
62- Similitude
63- Carpenter Street
64- Chosen Realm
65- Proving Ground
66- Stratagem
67- Harbinger
68- Doctors Orders
69- Hatchery
70 - Azati Prime
71 - Damage
72- The Forgotten
73 - E2
74 - The Council
75- Countdown
76- Series Finale?

Enterprise Characters
Breakdown of who's who.

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Captain Archer Captain Jonathan Archer
Feeling the need to go back to the roots of Star Trek, Captain Jonathan Archer fills the position of "Kirk" by not being bald, black or a woman like those other starship Captains who will follow him.

Sub-Commander T'Pol
To fill the "Spock" role with a Vulcan who will have a relationship with the Captain unlike anything Kirk or Spock had, T'Pol is an emotionally unstable and sexually confused female Vulcan who insists on dressing in a catsuit like a slut, even though she wears her haircut like a boy.
T'Pol

Boy George Counselor Rick Lefty
T'Pol's personal therapist who helps her try to overcome her sexual confusion, as played by Boy George.

Commander Charlie "Trip" Tucker
Although Tucker fills the Scotty position of being Chief Engineer, to fill the Doctor McCoy ethnic of a country bumpkin, "Trip" ("Bones") Tucker takes it one step further by being a "Southerner who enjoys using his country persona to disarm people", according to the Enterprise Bible. He has a sarcastic sense of humor, as if we didn't know that was going to happen already by watching Dr. McCoy on television for 35 years.
Commander Tucker

Lt. Malcolm Reed Lt. Malcolm Reed
In what could be the only character that didn't exist on a 1960's Trek, Lt. Reed is a British Armory Officer whose job it is to hand out "Phase Pistols" and hope the crew don't shoot Dr. Phlox by "accident".

Ensign Travis Mayweather
Originally intended to be a Lieutenant, Travis "Token" Mayweather was bumped down two grades to Ensign. The logical reason behind this is because Berman and Braga decided that it was too odd to have two Lieutenants (Mayweather & Reed) on the show especially so far apart in ages, choosing to ignore A) Malcolm Reed was originally invisioned as a Lt. Commander, not a Lieutenant, B) there's a grade of rank between the two, that of Junior Grade Lieutenant, C) Kirk, Spock, Scotty and Sulu were all Captains serving onboard Enterprise in the Trek Movies, and D) compare the age difference between Mayweather and Reed to that of Reed and Tucker and their excuse doesn't stand. I'm sure the reduction in rank had absolutely nothing to do with him being black. Probably.
Ensign Travis Mayweather

Dr. Phlox Dr. Phlox
Neelix, who is now a Doctor, as played by a different actor.

Ensign Hoshi Sato
To fill the ethnic of Sulu and the job of Uhura, Hoshi Sato has the uncanny ability to squeal like a dolphin in an attempt to communicate to weird-ass aliens because the translators don't work too good.
Ensign Hoshi Sato

Archer's Suit

Archer's Suit

Archer's Suit
When Captain Archer first put on his spacesuit, little did he know it would absorb his life-energy and become a living entity on its own, much like Spider-man's black costume would later become one of his greatest foes. At first Archer's Suit was very helpful on away missions, even saving the life of Hoshi Sato. But over just a few short episodes Archer's Suit experienced an unstable identity crisis and after attacking Archer, it escaped via ShuttlePod with detailed blueprints of the Enterprise layout. To make matters worst, Archer's Suit is hunted by the Suliban, who would like to obtain these invalueable blueprints. Once Archer's favorite ally, will the suit return once again? And on who's side?

Pre-Breen Breen
In a surprise move, the Enterprise's new enemy is an old one. With the Suliban so uniquely able to change their shape, it makes you wonder why you never saw them during Picard's time. The truth is you have, you just never realized it. With their actual look still a mystery, a Deep Space 9 episode revealed that there is no actual reason why the Breen wear their cooling suits. Could it be the Suliban will be infected by a virus that requires them to be kept cool in order to render the virus dormant (and unable to shape-change)? Could it be the Suliban don't want people to know who they are until enough time has passed so people won't still hate them for triggering a war so bad, the Federation had to be created? It's either that, or the Suliban's absense in Picard's time will probably be unexplained, as well as what the Breen are hiding.
Breen

Archer's Lawyer Archer's Lawyer
On hand for the Enterprise's new journeys is Archer's ever-faithful Lawyer to help keep him out of dangerous situations with hostile lifeforms, Andorian lawsuits and evil tax audits.

Admiral Janeway
Refusing to admit when they're wrong, Berman and Braga liked the idea of Captain Picard having to consult Janeway for help in Star Trek X so much, they brought in Admiral Janeway so Captain Archer can consult her every single episode to seek her infinite guidance and wisdom. Although it's not really explained how Admiral Janeway ended up in the 22nd century.
Admiral Janeway

Evil Sato Evil Sato
Data had Lore. He-Man had Faker. Bozo had Ozob. Now alien linguist Hoshi Sato's evil twin sister Evil Sato had introduced herself into Enterprise legacy. A free agent, she has been tied to both the Suliban and the Andorian massacre. But like Luke Skywalker did with Darth Vader, will Hoshi be able to lure her twin sister back to the side of right?

Growl T. Klingon
Setting up the reasons why the Klingons are so mean in Kirk's time, a recurring nemesis for Archer is Growl T. Klingon. Discovering his brother Klaang died in Archer's pocession, Growl holds a personal grudge against Archer. This hatred only explodes when he learns of the attempts of the Suliban to destroy the future Archer is creating, exploding his anger not because the Suliban were responsible for Klaang's death, but that in the future the humans will rule the bulk of the universe, forcing Growl to choose between the much hated-humans, or the very people who killed his brother. Growl is also the first openly gay Klingon.
Growl T. Klingon

B'ttugly B'ttugly
Another recurring Klingon who causes trouble for the Enterprise crew is B'ttugly. With much influence in the Klingon High Council, B'ttugly has the ability to order entire fleets of Klingon battle cruisers after the Enterprise, causing Berman and Braga to write their way out of the story by claiming it was all a Holodeck malfunction. Also complicating matters is the fact that B'ttugly has had a past sexual liason with no less than three of the main characters, including Archer himself.

Matthew Lesko
Kirk met Abraham Lincoln. Picard met Mark Twain. Janeway met Amelia Earhart. Sisko met... uhm... Anyway, Captain Archer met Matthew Lesko in the episode "Captain Archer meets Matthew Lesko". Now a recurring character, Lesko helps Archer obtain free money from the government to help fund his new travels where no man has gone before.
Matthew Lesko

Recurring Villian Recurring Villain
The Suliban are lead by an evil recurring villian from the future who is intent on destroying the building blocks of the Federation. As each season unfolds, less and less is learned about this character as Berman and Braga have no idea what they are doing as they make things up as they go.

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