"Home" is the third episode of the fourth season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Enterprise. It first aired on October 22, 2004, on the UPN network in the United States. It was the second episode of the season directed by Allan Kroeker and the first in season four to ...
The Klingons threaten war after genetic mutants hijack one of their ships, leading Archer to call on the mutants' "father" -- criminal scientist Arik Soong -- for help in taking them down.
"Cold Station 12" is the fifth episode of the fourth season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Enterprise, the eighty-first episode overall. It was directed by Mike Vejar from a script by Alan Brennert, and aired on November 5, 2004, on UPN. It comprises the middle-act o...
Malik's rash proposal to safeguard the Augments from Starfleet interference leads to a rift with Soong as the Enterprise cautiously enters Klingon space in dogged pursuit.
The crew joins forces with Vulcan authorities to investigate a deadly bombing of Earth's embassy, which may be the work of a sect devoted to the logical teachings of Surak, the father of Vulcan philosophy.
The Syrranites subject Archer to a potentially lethal mind-meld after learning that information about Surak was placed in his head. Meanwhile, Vulcan officials plot the dissidents' destruction.
As Vulcan prepares for war, V'Las sends a commando team to eliminate Archer, T'Pol and T'Pau, while Soval risks his sanity to warn the Andorians of the impending attack.
Emory Erickson, the inventor of the transporter, enlists Archer's help in a daring experiment, but a crew member's death forces him to reveal the real purpose of his test.
Curious aliens inhabit various members of the crew to observe aspects of humanity; and Phlox works feverishly to cure a lethal virus contracted by Trip and Hoshi during an away mission.
While escorting a Tellarite ambassador to a neutral planet for a peace conference with the Andorians, the Enterprise is attacked after answering a distress call from Shran.
A desire for vengeance interferes with Archer's attempts to ally Shran and the Tellarites as Trip and Reed probe the inner workings of an unmanned warship.
Archer and Shran visit a civilization populated by Andorian offshoots in search of a telepath who could gain control of the renegade drone vessels.
As Trip prepares the Columbia, Enterprise's sister vessel, for its maiden voyage, Phlox is shanghaied by alien kidnappers, who require his skills to kill a mutated virus.
Trip rejoins the Enterprise crew on a desperate mission to rejuvenate the ship's warp drive, while Antaak cajoles Phlox into helping destroy a plague that's ravaging the Klingons.
To seal a pact, an Orion pirate persuades Archer to accept a gift of three slave women. But the captain's good-faith gesture has bad results when the trio wreaks havoc within the ship.
Earth's plans to establish an interplanetary coalition are menaced by a fanatical xenophobe who leads an underground isolationist movement plotting against the government.
Determined to scorch San Francisco if Earth refuses to abolish a proposed interplanetary alliance, Paxton blackmails Trip into modifying a doomsday weapon; while Archer and a handpicked team attempt to infiltrate Terra Prime's Mars headquarters. Elsewhere, the origin of Trip and T'Pol's child is ...
Cdr. Riker interacts with Archer's crew in a hologram of their final mission as Riker deals with a dark secret from his past. During that last voyage, Archer agrees to help an old ally retrieve his daughter as the captain prepares a speech to celebrate the establishment of the Federation.