A Suliban agent appears to save the Enterprise from a sabotage
attack during a visit from a group of alien holy men who are
viewing a cosmic flare from the ship. Things get even more
baffling for Archer when he discovers a member of his crew
is from the distant future.
Cold Front provides few answers to the questions it poses,
setting up events for further into the season. But it does
so with sufficient style that you can forgive its lack of
resolution. In fact, the trailing threads it spins hark back
to DS9's grand story arcs making a refreshing change
from the more piecemeal style of Voyager and Next
unidentified ship attacks the Enterprise, forcing Lt Reed
to hasten the installation of the ship's phase cannons. And
by chance it's also his birthday, but no one knows what he
likes to eat.
Enemy doesn't really boast much in the way of a plot.
But the actors, writers and production team have gelled to
a point where things like a story are not always necessary
to create a quality episode. And although Silent Enemy
isn't quite all it pretends to be, it is nonetheless a solid
42 minutes of entertainment. Enterprise has finally
started to sustain a quality that was sadly lacking in early
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