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Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 4 [2004] (6 discs)

Composer:Diane Warren
Length:924 minutes
(15 hours 24 minutes)
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IMDB Rating:7.7/10
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Synopsis: Enterprise returns home to a hero's welcome but adventure continues to follow it relentlessly.

Reaction: Enterprise finally becomes the show it could have been all along.

Personal Rating: 8/10

"Divergence" and "In a Mirror Darkly"

Select Guest Cast
Abby Brammell => Persis (Borderland)
Alec Newman => Malik (Borderland)
Bobbi Sue Luther => Orion Slave Woman (Borderland)
Brent Spiner => Dr. Arik Soong (Borderland)
J.G. Hertzler => Klingon Captain (Borderland)
Mark Correy => Engineer Alex (Borderland)
Paul Wight => Orion Slaver #1 (as Big Show) (Borderland)
Scott L. Schwartz => Orion Guard (Borderland)
Ada Maris => Captain Erika Hernandez (Home)
Jack Donner => Vulcan Priest (Home)
Jim Fitzpatrick => Commander Williams (Home)
Joanna Cassidy => T'Les (Home)
Michael Reilly Burke => Koss (Home)
Alexandra Lydon => Jhamel (The Aenar)
Alicia Adams => Lissan (The Aenar)
Scott Rinker => Gareb (as Scott Allen Rinker) (The Aenar)
André Bormanis => Civilian #1 (These Are the Voyages...)
Brent Spiner => Lt. Commander Data (voice) (These Are the Voyages...)
Garfield Reeves-Stevens => Starfleet Officer (These Are the Voyages...)
Jasmine Jessica Anthony => Talla (as Jasmine Anthony) (These Are the Voyages...)
Jonathan Frakes => Commander William T. Riker (These Are the Voyages...)
Judith Reeves-Stevens => Civilian #3 (These Are the Voyages...)
Larry Nemecek => Civilian #2 (These Are the Voyages...)
Majel Barrett => Enterprise D Computer Voice (voice) (These Are the Voyages...)
Manny Coto => N.D. Admiral (These Are the Voyages...)
Marina Sirtis => Counselor Deanna Troi (These Are the Voyages...)
Patrick Stewart => Captain Jean-Luc Picard (voice) (These Are the Voyages...)
Solomon Burke Jr. => Ensign (These Are the Voyages...)
William Shatner => Captain James T. Kirk (voice) (These Are the Voyages...)
Anthony Montgomery => Mirror MACO Sergeant Travis Mayweather (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1)
Connor Trinneer => Mirror Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1)
Cully Fredricksen => Vulcan Captain (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1)
Dominic Keating => Mirror Major Malcolm Reed (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1)
James Cromwell => Zefram Cochrane (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1)
John Billingsley => Mirror Dr. Phlox (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1)
Jolene Blalock => Mirror Lt. Commander T'Pol (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1)
Linda Park => Mirror Lieutenant Hoshi Sato (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1)
Scott Bakula => Mirror Commander Jonathan Archer (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1)
Vaughn Armstrong => Mirror Captain Maximilian Forrest (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1)
Bill Cobbs => Dr. Emory Erickson (Daedalus)
Brad Greenquist => Rigelian Kidnapper (Affliction)
Derek Magyar => Commander Kelby (Affliction)
Eric Pierpoint => Harris (Affliction)
James Avery => General K'Vagh (Affliction)
John Schuck => Antaak (Affliction)
Marc Worden => Klingon Prisoner (Affliction)
Seth MacFarlane => Ensign Rivers (Affliction)
Brian Thompson => Admiral Valdore (Babel One)
J. Michael Flynn => Nijil (Babel One)
Lee Arenberg => Tellarite Ambassador Gral (Babel One)
Molly Brink => Lieutenant Talas (Babel One)
Bruce Gray => Surak (Awakening)
John Rubinstein => Minister Kuvak (Awakening)
Kara Zediker => T'Pau (Awakening)
Christopher Neame => German General (Storm Front: Part 1)
Duncan K. Fraser => Ensign Walsh (Storm Front: Part 1)
Golden Brooks => Alicia Travers (Storm Front: Part 1)
J. Paul Boehmer => SS Agent (Storm Front: Part 1)
Jack Gwaltney => Vosk (Storm Front: Part 1)
Joe Maruzzo => Sal (Storm Front: Part 1)
John Fleck => Silik (Storm Front: Part 1)
Steve Schirripa => Carmine (as Steven R. Schirripa) (Storm Front: Part 1)
Tom Wright => Ghrath (Storm Front: Part 1)
Crystal Allen => D'Nesh (Bound)
Cyia Batten => Navaar (Bound)
Menina Fortunato => Maras (Bound)
William Lucking => Harrad-Sar (Bound)
Gary Graham => Mirror Crewman Soval (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 2)
Gregory Itzin => Mirror Admiral Black (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 2)
Majel Barrett => Defiant Computer Voice (voice) (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 2)
Mike Sussman => Dead Crewman (In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 2)
Harry Groener => Nathan Samuels (Demons)
Johanna Watts => Gannet Brooks (Demons)
Patrick Fischler => Mercer (Demons)
Peter Mensah => Daniel Greaves (Demons)
Peter Weller => John Frederick Paxton (Demons)
Steve Rankin => Colonel Green (Demons)
Tom Bergeron => Coridan Ambassador (Demons)
Josh Holt => Ensign Masaro (Terra Prime)
Larc Spies => Stel (The Forge)
Michael Nouri => Arev, aka Syrran (The Forge)
Robert Foxworth => Administrator V'Las (The Forge)
Mark Rolston => Captain Magh (The Augments)
Richard Riehle => Dr. Jeremy Lucas (Cold Station 12)
Wayne Grace => Fleet Admiral Krell (Divergence)
Select Cast and Crew
Allan Kroeker => Director
David Barrett => Director
David Livingston => Director
David Straiton => Director
James L. Conway => Director
LeVar Burton => Director
Marvin V. Rush => Director
Michael Grossman => Director
Michael Vejar => Director
Roxann Dawson => Director
Alan Brennert => Writer
André Bormanis => Writer
Brannon Braga => Writer
Garfield Reeves-Stevens => Writer
Judith Reeves-Stevens => Writer
Ken LaZebnik => Writer
Manny Coto => Writer
Mike Sussman => Writer
Rick Berman => Writer
Diane Warren => Composer
Gene Roddenberry => Creator, Original Series
Anthony Montgomery => Ensign Travis Mayweather
Connor Trinneer => Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III
Dominic Keating => Lieutenant Malcolm Reed
Gary Graham => Vulcan Ambassador Soval
Jeffrey Combs => Commander Shran
John Billingsley => Dr. Phlox
Jolene Blalock => Sub-Commander T'Pol
Linda Park => Ensign Hoshi Sato
Matt Winston => Temporal Agent Daniels
Scott Bakula => Captain Jonathan Archer
Vaughn Armstrong => Admiral Maxwell Forrest

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Beginning with episode #4.1, {Storm Front: Part 1}, the series is shot with digital cameras rather than on traditional film.
  • One of the augments in episode #4.4, {Borderland} is named Persis. This is a tribute to the late Persis Khambatta who played Lt. Ilia in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. She died of a heart attack 18 August 1998.
  • In episode #4.13, {United}, T'Pol tells Captain Archer there is an old Vulcan saying, "One man can summon the future". This is a nod to the original series episode #2.4, [{Mirror, Mirror}], in which the "evil universe" Spock tells Captain Kirk the Mirror-Vulcan saying "One man cannot summon the future".
  • The two-part episode {In a Mirror, Darkly} takes place within the "Mirror Universe" from the {Mirror, Mirror} episode of the original [Star Trek]. The cast play their mirror counterparts only... making this the first [Star Trek] episode to not feature any regular characters.
  • The scene from episode #4.22 where we see some interior of the Enterprise D is taken from [Star Trek: The Next Generation] episode #3.24 {Menage a Troi}. Lwaxana Troi is substituted by William T. Riker in this scene, which is why he can be seen twice.
  • The 'Star Trek Crews' from all the [Star Trek] series were ranked #2 in [TV Guide]'s list of the "25 Greatest Sci-Fi Legends" ({1 August 2004 issue}).
  • With the exception of a brief line in episode 4.6, {The Augments}, the ship is never referred to as "The Enterprise", but is always referred to as "Enterprise" without the definite article.
  • In the opening credits is a shot of the Mars Pathfinder Probe's Sojourner Rover on the Martian Surface. This is not a special effects shot: This was the first science fiction film or television series to use footage actually taken on the surface of another planet.
  • Malcolm Reed was named for a minor character in C.S. Forester's [Horatio Hornblower] books. Both characters were English and came from families that had generations of career Navy men, although Malcolm Reed in [Enterprise] was the first to join Starfleet.
  • T'Pol held the rank of Subcommander. This rank is traditionally associated with the Romulans; however, since the Romulans and Vulcans were originally one race, it would not be improbable for them to have similar terminology or military structures.