List of Star Trek: Enterprise episodes

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Star Trek: Enterprise is an American science fiction television series that originally aired on the UPN network from September 26, 2001 to May 13, 2005.[1] The series aired for 98 episodes across four seasons, centering on the adventures of the 22nd century starship Enterprise. It was set within the universe of the Star Trek franchise, with the series placed earlier in the chronology than Star Trek: The Original Series.[2]

Series overview[edit]

Seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise
Season Episodes Originally aired Nielsen ratings DVD release dates Blu-ray release dates
Season premiere Season finale Viewers (millions) Rank Region 1 Region 2 Region A Region B
1 26 September 26, 2001 May 22, 2002 5.9[3] 115th[3] March 5, 2005[4] May 9, 2005[5] March 26, 2013[6] April 2, 2013[7]
2 26 September 18, 2002 May 21, 2003 4.03[8] 132nd July 26, 2005[9] July 11, 2005[10] August 20, 2013[11] August 19, 2013[12]
3 24 September 10, 2003 May 26, 2004 September 27, 2005[13] September 5, 2005[14] January 7, 2014[15] January 27, 2014[16]
4 22 October 8, 2004 May 13, 2005 2.9[17] 150th[18] November 1, 2005[19] October 31, 2005[20] April 1, 2014[21] April 14, 2014[22]

Episodes[edit]

Abbreviations:

Season 1 (2001–02)[edit]

No. No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by NR V Original Airdate Prod. code
1/2 1/2 "Broken Bow" James Conway Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 7.0 12.54 September 26, 2001 001 & 002
3 3 "Fight or Flight" Allan Kroeker Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 5.7 9.18 October 3, 2001 003
4 4 "Strange New World" David Livingston Rick Berman & Brannon Braga (story)
Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong (teleplay)
5.0 7.81 October 10, 2001 004
5 5 "Unexpected" Mike Vejar Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 5.2 8.16 October 17, 2001 005
6 6 "Terra Nova" LeVar Burton Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 5.1 8.35 October 24, 2001 006
7 7 "The Andorian Incident" Roxann Dawson Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Fred Dekker (story)
Fred Dekker (teleplay)
4.5 7.19 October 31, 2001 007
8 8 "Breaking the Ice" Terry Windell Maria Jaquemetton & Andre Jaquemetton 4.9 7.36 November 7, 2001 008
9 9 "Civilization" Mike Vejar Phyllis Strong & Mike Sussman 4.6 7.14 November 14, 2001 009
10 10 "Fortunate Son" LeVar Burton James Duff 4.8 6.11 November 21, 2001 010
11 11 "Cold Front" Robert Duncan McNeill Stephen Beck & Tim Finch 4.7 7.33 November 28, 2001 011
12 12 "Silent Enemy" Winrich Kolbe André Bormanis 3.7 6.11 January 16, 2002 012
13 13 "Dear Doctor" James A. Contner Maria Jaquemetton & Andre Jaquemetton 3.7 5.65 January 23, 2002 013
14 14 "Sleeping Dogs" Les Landau Fred Dekker 3.9 6.50 January 30, 2002 014
15 15 "Shadows of P'Jem" Mike Vejar Rick Berman & Brannon Braga (story)
Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong (teleplay)
3.8 6.05 February 6, 2002 015
16 16 "Shuttlepod One" David Livingston Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 3.4 5.33 February 13, 2002 016
17 17 "Fusion" Rob Heddon Rick Berman & Brannon Braga (story)
Phyllis Strong & Mike Sussman
3.0 4.49 February 27, 2002 017
18 18 "Rogue Planet" Allan Kroeker Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Chris Black
Chris Black (teleplay)
3.3 4.69 March 20, 2002 018
19 19 "Acquisition" James Whitmore, Jr. Rick Berman & Brannon Braga (story)
Maria Jaquemetton & Andre Jaquemetton (teleplay)
3.4 5.45 March 27, 2002 019
20 20 "Oasis" Jim Charleston Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Stephen Black 3.3 5.64 April 3, 2002 020
21 21 "Detained" David Livingston Rick Berman & Brannon Braga (story)
Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong (teleplay)
3.0 4.88 April 24, 2002 021
22 22 "Vox Sola" Roxann Dawson Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Fred Dekker
Dekker (teleplay)
3.4 5.40 May 1, 2002 022
23 23 "Fallen Hero" Patrick Norris Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Chris Black (story)
Alan Cross (teleplay)
3.2 5.34 May 8, 2002 023
24 24 "Desert Crossing" David Straiton Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & André Bormanis
André Bormanis (teleplay)
3.0 4.68 May 8, 2002 024
25 25 "Two Days and Two Nights" Michael Dorn Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 3.1 5.26 May 15, 2002 025
26 26 "Shockwave, Part I" Allan Kroeker Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 3.3 5.28 May 22, 2002 026

"Broken Bow" aired as a two-hour episode on UPN. When the series entered syndication, it began airing as a two-part episode.

Season 2 (2002–03)[edit]

No. No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Nielsen ratings
(%)[A]
27 1 "Shockwave, Part II" Allan Kroeker Rick Berman & Brannon Braga September 18, 2002 4.9/8[23]
28 2 "Carbon Creek" James A. Contner Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Dan O'Shannon (story)
Chris Black (teleplay)
September 25, 2002 Unknown[24]
29 3 "Minefield" James A. Contner John Shiban October 2, 2002 5.1/8[25]
30 4 "Dead Stop" Roxann Dawson Mike Sussman & Phylis Strong October 9, 2002 5.4/8[26]
31 5 "A Night In Sickbay" David Straiton Rick Berman & Brannon Braga October 16, 2002 5.1/8[27]
32 6 "Marauders" Mike Vejar Rick Berman & Brannon Braga (story)
David Wilcox (teleplay)
October 30, 2002 5.0/7[28]
33 7 "The Seventh" David Livingston Rick Berman & Brannon Braga November 6, 2002 4.7/7[29]
34 8 "The Communicator" James A. Contner Rick Berman & Brannon Braga (story)
André Bormanis (teleplay)
November 13, 2002 4.5/7[30]
35 9 "Singularity" Patrick Norris Chris Black November 20, 2002 4.8/7[31]
36 10 "Vanishing Point" David Straiton Rick Berman & Brannon Braga November 27, 2002 3.8/6[32]
37 11 "Precious Cargo" David Livingston Rick Berman & Brannon Braga (story)
David A. Goodman
December 11, 2002 4.5/7[33]
38 12 "The Catwalk" Mike Vejar Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong December 18, 2002 4.2/7[34]
39 13 "Dawn" Roxann Dawson John Shiban January 8, 2003 4.1/6[35]
40 14 "Stigma" David Livingston Rick Berman & Brannon Braga February 5, 2003 4.2/6[36]
41 15 "Cease Fire" David Straiton Chris Black February 12, 2003 Unknown[37]
42 16 "Future Tense" James Whitmore, Jr. Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong February 19, 2003 4.5/7[38]
43 17 "Canamar" James Whitmore, Jr. Allan Koeker February 26, 2003 4.5/7[39]
44 18 "The Crossing" David Livingston Rick Berman & Brannon Braga April 2, 2003 4.0/6[40]
45 19 "Judgment" James L. Conway David A. Goodman April 9, 2003 3.8/6[41]
46 20 "Horizon" James A. Contner André Bormanis April 16, 2003 2.2[42]
47 21 "The Breach" Robert Duncan McNeill Chris Black & John Shiban April 23, 2003 3.8/6[43]
48 22 "Cogenitor" LeVar Burton Rick Berman & Brannon Braga April 30, 2003 4.0/6[44]
49 23 "Regeneration" David Livingston Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong May 7, 2003 4.1/6[45]
50 24 "First Flight" LeVar Burton John Shiban & Chris Black May 14, 2003 4.2/6[46]
51 25 "Bounty" Roxann Dawson Rick Berman & Brannon Braga (story)
Hans Tobeason and Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong (teleplay)
May 14, 2003 4.3/6[46]
52 26 "The Expanse" Allan Kroeker Rick Berman & Brannon Braga May 21, 2003 4.4/7[47]

Season 3 (2003–04)[edit]

No. No. in
season
Title Written by NR V Original Airdate Prod. code
53 1 "The Xindi" Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 2.6 4.07 September 10, 2003 053
54 2 "Anomaly" Mike Sussman 2.6 4.29 September 17, 2003 054
55 3 "Extinction" André Bormanis 2.6 4.00 September 24, 2003 055
56 4 "Rajiin" Paul Brown & Brent V. Friedman (Story)
Brent V. Friedman & Chris Black (Teleplay)
2.7 4.52 October 1, 2003 056
57 5 "Impulse" Jonathan Fernandez & Terry Matalas 2.8 4.17 October 8, 2003 057
58 6 "Exile" Phyllis Strong 2.3 3.46 October 15, 2003 058
59 7 "The Shipment" Chris Black & Brent V. Friedman 2.5 3.70 October 29, 2003 059
60 8 "Twilight" Mike Sussman 2.6 4.06 November 5, 2003 060
61 9 "North Star" David A. Goodman 2.6 3.88 November 12, 2003 061
62 10 "Similitude" Manny Coto 3.0 4.59 November 19, 2003 062
63 11 "Carpenter Street" Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 2.5 3.71 November 26, 2003 063
64 12 "Chosen Realm" Manny Coto 2.6 3.93 January 14, 2004 064
65 13 "Proving Ground" Chris Black 2.2 3.44 January 21, 2004 065
66 14 "Stratagem" Michael Sussman (Teleplay) & Terry Matalas (Story) 2.6 4.08 February 4, 2004 066
67 15 "Harbinger" Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 2.6 3.95 February 11, 2004 067
68 16 "Doctor's Orders" Chris Black 2.6 3.73 February 18, 2004 068
69 17 "Hatchery" André Bormanis & Michael Sussman 2.4 3.52 February 25, 2004 069
70 18 "Azati Prime" Rick Berman, Brannon Braga & Manny Coto 2.6 3.78 March 3, 2004 070
71 19 "Damage" Phyllis Strong 2.0 2.86 April 21, 2004 071
72 20 "The Forgotten" Chris Black & David A. Goodman 2.2 3.35 April 28, 2004 072
73 21 "" Mike Sussman 2.2 3.25 May 5, 2004 073
74 22 "The Council" Manny Coto 2.4 3.41 May 12, 2004 074
75 23 "Countdown" André Bormanis & Chris Black 2.3 3.46 May 19, 2004 075
76 24 "Zero Hour" Rick Berman & Brannon Braga 2.7 3.91 May 26, 2004 076

Season 4 (2004–05)[edit]

No. No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Nielsen ratings
(%)[A]
77 1 "Storm Front, Part I" Allan Kroeker Manny Coto October 8, 2004 2.0/4[48]
78 2 "Storm Front, Part II" Allan Kroeker Manny Coto October 15, 2004 1.7/3[49]
79 3 "Home" Allan Kroeker Michael Sussman October 22, 2004 1.9/4[50]
80 4 "Borderland" David Livingston Ken LaZebnik October 29, 2004 2.0/4[51]
81 5 "Cold Station 12" Mike Vejar Alan Brennert November 5, 2004 2.1/4[52]
82 6 "The Augments" LeVar Burton Michael Sussman November 12, 2004 2.1/4[53]
83 7 "The Forge" Michael Grossman Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens November 19, 2004 1.9/3[54]
84 8 "Awakening" Roxann Dawson André Bormanis November 26, 2004 1.8/3[55]
85 9 "Kir'Shara" David Livingston Michael Sussman December 3, 2004 2.1/4[56]
86 10 "Daedalus" David Straiton Ken LaZebnik & Michael Bryant January 14, 2005 1.9/3[57]
87 11 "Observer Effect" Mike Vejar Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens January 21, 2005 1.6/3[58]
88 12 "Babel One" David Straiton Michael Sussman & André Bormanis January 28, 2005 1.7/3[59]
89 13 "United" David Livingston Teleplay by
Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Story by
Manny Coto
February 4, 2005 1.8/3[60]
90 14 "The Aenar" Mike Vejar Teleplay by
André Bormanis
Story by
Manny Coto
February 11, 2005 1.8/3[61]
91 15 "Affliction" Michael Grossman Teleplay by
Michael Sussman
Story by
Manny Coto
February 18, 2005 1.8/3[62]
92 16 "Divergence" David Barrett Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens February 25, 2005 1.7/3[63]
93 17 "Bound" Allan Kroeker Manny Coto April 15, 2005 1.8/3[64]
94 18 "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part I" James L. Conway Michael Sussman April 22, 2005 2.0/3[65]
95 19 "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II" Marvin V. Rush Teleplay by
Michael Sussman
Story by
Manny Coto
April 29, 2005 2.0/3[66]
96 20 "Demons" LeVar Burton Manny Coto May 6, 2005 2.0/4[67]
97 21 "Terra Prime" Marvin V. Rush Manny Coto, Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens & André Bormanis May 13, 2005 2.0/4[68]
98 22 "These Are the Voyages..." Allan Kroeker Rick Berman & Brannon Braga May 13, 2005 2.4/4[68]

Story arcs[edit]

Star Trek: Enterprise relied upon story arcs more often than previous Star Trek series, with the exception of Deep Space Nine.

The first two seasons had only two story arcs which re-emerged sporadically, while the entire third season was a single arc that also included episodes from the second and fourth seasons. Beginning with the fourth season, the format of the series was altered so that the season featured a number of two- and three-episode arcs.

  • ^Temporal Cold War An unidentified force from the 29th century is attempting to disrupt history through a Temporal Cold War. These episodes involve a time traveller from the 30th century, Daniels, who works with Archer and his crew to make sure history is not changed. The Xindi arc (see below), which also involves time travel, is sometimes seen as an offshoot of this.
  • ^Xindi A mysterious space probe attacks Earth, killing 7 million people. After receiving information from individuals involved in the Temporal Cold War as to the origin of the weapon, the Enterprise NX-01 is assigned to enter a dangerous region of space to track down those responsible and prevent further attacks on Earth. This arc spanned the entire third season and also overlapped briefly into both the second and fourth seasons. The fourth season in particular sees Archer and his crew dealing with the fallout from the Xindi mission.
  • ^Vulcan vs. Andoria These episodes chronicle the tensions existing between Vulcans and Andorians, two races that eventually put aside their differences and ally with Earth to form the United Federation of Planets. This arc intersects with the "Vulcan Reformation" arc, below.
  • ^Risa A loosely knit arc from the end of the first season sees Enterprise heading for the pleasure planet, Risa, but encountering detours along the way.
  • ^Fugitive from the Klingons This second season arc sees Captain Archer pursued by Klingon forces for alleged violations of Klingon law.
  • ^Augments Genetically engineered humans created in the 20th century and nurtured by a brilliant scientist hijack a Klingon vessel and attempt to rescue their adopted "father." Six months later, attempts by Klingons to create their own genetically engineered race result in a virus that kills millions of Klingons and changes their appearance.
  • ^Vulcan Reformation Vulcan undergoes an upheaval as followers of Surak's principles try to overthrow the current government which is being secretly manipulated by the Romulans.
  • ^Romulan drone ships The Romulans use the mental abilities of an Andorian race called the Aenar to control a series of prototype, remote-controlled vessels designed to spark a war between humans, Vulcans, Andorians, and Tellarites.
  • ^Terra Prime These episodes follow the early steps leading toward the creation of the United Federation of Planets. The arc incorporates elements of the Vulcan vs. Andoria arc, the Vulcan Reformation arc, and the Xindi arc.
  • ^Section 31 Section 31 is introduced to Enterprise during the Klingon Augments and Terra Prime story lines.
  • ^Trip and T'Pol This arc details the evolving relationship between Trip Tucker and T'Pol. Many Xindi arc episodes touched on the Trip/T'Pol arc, as did numerous fourth season story lines.

See also[edit]

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