The Enterprise picks up a disgraced Vulcan ambassador who
appears to have been set up to take the fall for the failure
of others. But her arrival on board seems to upset T'Pol and
Archer can't work out why...
Hero features a Vulcan that looks like your auntie Betty.
And that's about it really. The entire episodes is so quickly
forgotten that it's impossible to say anything about it. There's
supposed to be a political conundrum at the heart of the plot
but in truth nothing happens for the entire 42 minutes which
in itself is note-worthy but it hardly makes for great TV.
gets an invitation to visit a nation of desert-dwelling nomads
only to discover that they are outlaws who only invited him
down to the planet to help them in their fight against an
apparently oppressive regime that wants them killed or in
prison. But who are to good guys - the government or the nomads?...
Crossing certainly looks good, it has some strong central
performances and a plot that relies on shades of grey rather
than black and white. So far, so good. But the desert crossing
undertaken by Trip and Archer quickly breaks the action, dissipating
the tension. But there's still plenty to enjoy and a nice
pay-off that sets up the creation of the Prime Directive.
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