It also introduced the Romulans in their earliest appearance in the Star Trek timeline with the episode "Minefield", and the Borg made an appearance in the series in "Regeneration". I did find value in the almost-unrelated ending, which tries to look at questionable incidents from season one and lays them on the table as the Vulcans state their case for canceling the mission. I feel compelled to finally comment on an Enterprise episode during my ENT re-watch/first-watch because poor Jammer is getting a lot of negative feedback for this review. Enterprise 02×01 – Shockwave Part 2 With the Suliban in control of Enterprise, Archer and Daniels try to assist from the distant future. He’s a mass murderer, terrorist, and apparently war criminal. I thought Jammer was much too harsh in this review. For sure it did not reach the high points of part one, and aspects of the plotting were fairly risible. Archer shows up in T’Pol’s quarters in the middle of the night wearing his PJs to let her know that everything is awesome and that she’s probably what made the difference. Rick Berman (created by), Star Trek Enterprise episode transcripts. Shockwave part 2 Original Airdate: 18 Sep, 2002. Daniels should have told Archer to just click his heels at that point. Silik ends up retrieving Archer through time by activating a device the Enterprise crew has fooled him into activating, because Silik thinks it may contact the Shadow Man. The Suliban drag the Enterprise away from The Helix and scurry away, and then the Enterprise shuts off all the fireworks and goes into warp. Next episode: Carbon Creek. Intent on stopping Archer and Enterprise's mission, the diabolical Suliban take the crew hostage when it is discovered that Archer has mysteriously disappeared off the ship. That is true for the rest of Trek franchiser. A conference call among the Enterprise crew via Trip’s comm system hack has everyone agreeing that the claustrophobic Hoshi is the perfect person to send through a cramped conduit shaft. In short: I doubt it, folks. After swinging by Phlox’s quarters to pick up some hypos, Hoshi shows up at Reed’s quarters topless after a “comedic” series of incidents. Guest Stars: John Fleck, Matt Winston, Vaughn Armstrong, Gary Graham, Keith Allan, Jim Fitzpatrick. Add to Watchlist. Unfortunately, Silik now finds that he cannot contact the Shadow Man (why is left unclear; perhaps the timeline has been too muddled). I thought the action was fairly well done... were you feeling generally burned out by the action that was in Voyager/Andromeda at this point? I'd give it 3. I also liked this episode very much. Does Captain Archer agree with that opinion? Whoa!!! Silik is using the device Reed recovered trying to communicate with Future Man, when the typically stationary fella jumps out of the projection and reveals himself to actually be Archer. The writers undoubtedly have no idea how to address such a troubling and significant question, despite the fact they've seen fit to drop the Enterprise into the middle of a timeline war. “By the time he wakes up, we’ll be long gone” says Archer confidently. While stuck in the decimated remains of the 31st century, Archer and Daniels work to find a way to get back to Enterprise; and Daniels worries that the future existence of The Federation may be in jeopardy as a result of his impulsive … TV-PG Of course, there's no regard for the consequences of the ship taking such damage, which only adds to the Voyager-like feel. Later Daniels uses Archer's communicator and scanner to contact T'Pol. I thought this was pretty good - certainly better than the 2-star episodes from season 1. Meanwhile Trip and Reed organize a resistance with Hoshi and T'Pol against the Sullibans, simulating an explosion of the nuclear reactor. Star Trek: Enterprise (2001–2005) Season 2 Episode 1 All Shockwave, Part II (18 Sep. 2002) TV Episode | TV-PG | 43 min | Action, Adventure, Drama. Gah. 1-07: Revelations. Shockwave, Part I Eager to visit the deep-space colony of a race called the Paraagans , Captain Archer leads an away team toward the surface of an alien planet. Oh well. Not great but not terrible. Intrigue and foreboding quickly give way to cavalier action scenes and silly turns of plot. A couple of rushed story beats here and there too, like Archer's return, the faked warp core breach, and the very sudden retaking of the bridge. 2-01: Shockwave, Part II. Next week: Vulcan first contact, circa 1957. I think what I meant to say in my last sentence is that it is still better than many Season 1 episodes.
Only to be shut down by Daniels. When you have an impossible situation, there's a good chance any solution to that situation is going to seem manufactured and too easy. For me, letting Silik go ruined a lot of the episode. HOSHI: (in Sickbay) There's nothing left. Who are you working with from the future? Where is Archer? When the Suliban are beating Malcolm they ask something like, are you thinking of yourself and the information you want to tell us. This season two opener doesn't bode well for the rest of the season as I remember, but I'll stick with it this time (didn't think we'd have to wait this long for a new Trek TV series).
Daniel realizes that the future has changed with the absence to Archer, and together they go to the library to research how the time line was damaged. T’Pol is returned to her quarters after her being drugged and interrogated by Silik, when a disembodied Archer head appears and tells her that she needs to find a way to make it over to Crewman Daniels’ quarters. I came back later on but the damage was already done. But then Archer says "when I was on a mission in East Africa, I saw a gazelle giving birth"... Like others, I'm watching Enterprise now after giving up on it originally in the middle of season two. So, of course having been a ~20 year old man when this first aired, I might've been a little titillated by Hoshi getting her shirt off, but Enterprise is a somewhat equal actor here. It's no secret that writers set things up in the first instalments of two parters without knowing how they are going to resolve them (Best Of Both Worlds being the most famous example) but Shockwave Part 2 is made of the purest "Handwavium" with stuff just happening because the writers needs them to - in order for the show to be reset to the status quo. Your email address will not be published. Action, Adventure, Drama, Captain Archer and temporal agent Daniels have been stranded in the 31st century. Later, T’Pol is feigning craziness in a hallway as some Suliban walk by, and then BOOM — Enterprise crewmen fall from the sky and knock them out with drugs. Trip found a workaround that allows him to use comms, and he reaches Reed and tells him to sit tight until he can get the rest of the crew on the line. And then the next episode has T'Pol stripping off in silhouette. This inevitably leads to Hoshi's shirt getting ripped off as she jumps from a ceiling vent, which I'm sure many people will think is funny, provided they are in the seventh grade. Grab a beer and join us as we talk about the episodes we love and the occasional episode we love to hate. Check out our newest show, Disco Night – A Star Trek Discovery Podcast. Plenty entertaining, but disappointing if you were hoping to gain any insight whatsoever on the Temporal Cold War plot. And Archer's response was perfect.   |  And it's also a relief that the mining colony destroyed at the beginning of part one is not magically restored by timeline manipulation. What I find especially disappointing is that this resolution has none of the conviction the first part had.

Post . Watching this stock-issued ship-takeover concept unfold, I felt like I myself had been thrown back through time. Archer made a monumentally stupid decision in letting Silik go, and abandoning his cell ship to boot. The season continued the Temporal Cold War story-arc with the opening episode "Shockwave" (part two), and the producers sought to include further appearances by the Andorians and the Vulcans. T’Pol still doesn’t believe in time travel. After he’s returned to his quarters, T’Pol and Travis successfully take over engineering and initiate a core breach. The original review is right on the money. Then for weeks afterwards we're all going WTF was that!!???? (Either Silik is all-important or the Suliban are awfully quick to give up.)
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It also introduced the Romulans in their earliest appearance in the Star Trek timeline with the episode "Minefield", and the Borg made an appearance in the series in "Regeneration". I did find value in the almost-unrelated ending, which tries to look at questionable incidents from season one and lays them on the table as the Vulcans state their case for canceling the mission. I feel compelled to finally comment on an Enterprise episode during my ENT re-watch/first-watch because poor Jammer is getting a lot of negative feedback for this review. Enterprise 02×01 – Shockwave Part 2 With the Suliban in control of Enterprise, Archer and Daniels try to assist from the distant future. He’s a mass murderer, terrorist, and apparently war criminal. I thought Jammer was much too harsh in this review. For sure it did not reach the high points of part one, and aspects of the plotting were fairly risible. Archer shows up in T’Pol’s quarters in the middle of the night wearing his PJs to let her know that everything is awesome and that she’s probably what made the difference. Rick Berman (created by), Star Trek Enterprise episode transcripts. Shockwave part 2 Original Airdate: 18 Sep, 2002. Daniels should have told Archer to just click his heels at that point. Silik ends up retrieving Archer through time by activating a device the Enterprise crew has fooled him into activating, because Silik thinks it may contact the Shadow Man. The Suliban drag the Enterprise away from The Helix and scurry away, and then the Enterprise shuts off all the fireworks and goes into warp. Next episode: Carbon Creek. Intent on stopping Archer and Enterprise's mission, the diabolical Suliban take the crew hostage when it is discovered that Archer has mysteriously disappeared off the ship. That is true for the rest of Trek franchiser. A conference call among the Enterprise crew via Trip’s comm system hack has everyone agreeing that the claustrophobic Hoshi is the perfect person to send through a cramped conduit shaft. In short: I doubt it, folks. After swinging by Phlox’s quarters to pick up some hypos, Hoshi shows up at Reed’s quarters topless after a “comedic” series of incidents. Guest Stars: John Fleck, Matt Winston, Vaughn Armstrong, Gary Graham, Keith Allan, Jim Fitzpatrick. Add to Watchlist. Unfortunately, Silik now finds that he cannot contact the Shadow Man (why is left unclear; perhaps the timeline has been too muddled). I thought the action was fairly well done... were you feeling generally burned out by the action that was in Voyager/Andromeda at this point? I'd give it 3. I also liked this episode very much. Does Captain Archer agree with that opinion? Whoa!!! Silik is using the device Reed recovered trying to communicate with Future Man, when the typically stationary fella jumps out of the projection and reveals himself to actually be Archer. The writers undoubtedly have no idea how to address such a troubling and significant question, despite the fact they've seen fit to drop the Enterprise into the middle of a timeline war. “By the time he wakes up, we’ll be long gone” says Archer confidently. While stuck in the decimated remains of the 31st century, Archer and Daniels work to find a way to get back to Enterprise; and Daniels worries that the future existence of The Federation may be in jeopardy as a result of his impulsive … TV-PG Of course, there's no regard for the consequences of the ship taking such damage, which only adds to the Voyager-like feel. Later Daniels uses Archer's communicator and scanner to contact T'Pol. I thought this was pretty good - certainly better than the 2-star episodes from season 1. Meanwhile Trip and Reed organize a resistance with Hoshi and T'Pol against the Sullibans, simulating an explosion of the nuclear reactor. Star Trek: Enterprise (2001–2005) Season 2 Episode 1 All Shockwave, Part II (18 Sep. 2002) TV Episode | TV-PG | 43 min | Action, Adventure, Drama. Gah. 1-07: Revelations. Shockwave, Part I Eager to visit the deep-space colony of a race called the Paraagans , Captain Archer leads an away team toward the surface of an alien planet. Oh well. Not great but not terrible. Intrigue and foreboding quickly give way to cavalier action scenes and silly turns of plot. A couple of rushed story beats here and there too, like Archer's return, the faked warp core breach, and the very sudden retaking of the bridge. 2-01: Shockwave, Part II. Next week: Vulcan first contact, circa 1957. I think what I meant to say in my last sentence is that it is still better than many Season 1 episodes.
Only to be shut down by Daniels. When you have an impossible situation, there's a good chance any solution to that situation is going to seem manufactured and too easy. For me, letting Silik go ruined a lot of the episode. HOSHI: (in Sickbay) There's nothing left. Who are you working with from the future? Where is Archer? When the Suliban are beating Malcolm they ask something like, are you thinking of yourself and the information you want to tell us. This season two opener doesn't bode well for the rest of the season as I remember, but I'll stick with it this time (didn't think we'd have to wait this long for a new Trek TV series).
Daniel realizes that the future has changed with the absence to Archer, and together they go to the library to research how the time line was damaged. T’Pol is returned to her quarters after her being drugged and interrogated by Silik, when a disembodied Archer head appears and tells her that she needs to find a way to make it over to Crewman Daniels’ quarters. I came back later on but the damage was already done. But then Archer says "when I was on a mission in East Africa, I saw a gazelle giving birth"... Like others, I'm watching Enterprise now after giving up on it originally in the middle of season two. So, of course having been a ~20 year old man when this first aired, I might've been a little titillated by Hoshi getting her shirt off, but Enterprise is a somewhat equal actor here. It's no secret that writers set things up in the first instalments of two parters without knowing how they are going to resolve them (Best Of Both Worlds being the most famous example) but Shockwave Part 2 is made of the purest "Handwavium" with stuff just happening because the writers needs them to - in order for the show to be reset to the status quo. Your email address will not be published. Action, Adventure, Drama, Captain Archer and temporal agent Daniels have been stranded in the 31st century. Later, T’Pol is feigning craziness in a hallway as some Suliban walk by, and then BOOM — Enterprise crewmen fall from the sky and knock them out with drugs. Trip found a workaround that allows him to use comms, and he reaches Reed and tells him to sit tight until he can get the rest of the crew on the line. And then the next episode has T'Pol stripping off in silhouette. This inevitably leads to Hoshi's shirt getting ripped off as she jumps from a ceiling vent, which I'm sure many people will think is funny, provided they are in the seventh grade. Grab a beer and join us as we talk about the episodes we love and the occasional episode we love to hate. Check out our newest show, Disco Night – A Star Trek Discovery Podcast. Plenty entertaining, but disappointing if you were hoping to gain any insight whatsoever on the Temporal Cold War plot. And Archer's response was perfect.   |  And it's also a relief that the mining colony destroyed at the beginning of part one is not magically restored by timeline manipulation. What I find especially disappointing is that this resolution has none of the conviction the first part had.

Post . Watching this stock-issued ship-takeover concept unfold, I felt like I myself had been thrown back through time. Archer made a monumentally stupid decision in letting Silik go, and abandoning his cell ship to boot. The season continued the Temporal Cold War story-arc with the opening episode "Shockwave" (part two), and the producers sought to include further appearances by the Andorians and the Vulcans. T’Pol still doesn’t believe in time travel. After he’s returned to his quarters, T’Pol and Travis successfully take over engineering and initiate a core breach. The original review is right on the money. Then for weeks afterwards we're all going WTF was that!!???? (Either Silik is all-important or the Suliban are awfully quick to give up.)
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This, of course, is inevitably full of the usual time paradoxes — and I wonder if Daniels should be blabbing about a Federation that Archer knows nothing about — but I've always been a sucker for the theme of sprawling consequences because of individual contributions (harking back to my affection for TOS's "Tomorrow Is Yesterday").

It also introduced the Romulans in their earliest appearance in the Star Trek timeline with the episode "Minefield", and the Borg made an appearance in the series in "Regeneration". I did find value in the almost-unrelated ending, which tries to look at questionable incidents from season one and lays them on the table as the Vulcans state their case for canceling the mission. I feel compelled to finally comment on an Enterprise episode during my ENT re-watch/first-watch because poor Jammer is getting a lot of negative feedback for this review. Enterprise 02×01 – Shockwave Part 2 With the Suliban in control of Enterprise, Archer and Daniels try to assist from the distant future. He’s a mass murderer, terrorist, and apparently war criminal. I thought Jammer was much too harsh in this review. For sure it did not reach the high points of part one, and aspects of the plotting were fairly risible. Archer shows up in T’Pol’s quarters in the middle of the night wearing his PJs to let her know that everything is awesome and that she’s probably what made the difference. Rick Berman (created by), Star Trek Enterprise episode transcripts. Shockwave part 2 Original Airdate: 18 Sep, 2002. Daniels should have told Archer to just click his heels at that point. Silik ends up retrieving Archer through time by activating a device the Enterprise crew has fooled him into activating, because Silik thinks it may contact the Shadow Man. The Suliban drag the Enterprise away from The Helix and scurry away, and then the Enterprise shuts off all the fireworks and goes into warp. Next episode: Carbon Creek. Intent on stopping Archer and Enterprise's mission, the diabolical Suliban take the crew hostage when it is discovered that Archer has mysteriously disappeared off the ship. That is true for the rest of Trek franchiser. A conference call among the Enterprise crew via Trip’s comm system hack has everyone agreeing that the claustrophobic Hoshi is the perfect person to send through a cramped conduit shaft. In short: I doubt it, folks. After swinging by Phlox’s quarters to pick up some hypos, Hoshi shows up at Reed’s quarters topless after a “comedic” series of incidents. Guest Stars: John Fleck, Matt Winston, Vaughn Armstrong, Gary Graham, Keith Allan, Jim Fitzpatrick. Add to Watchlist. Unfortunately, Silik now finds that he cannot contact the Shadow Man (why is left unclear; perhaps the timeline has been too muddled). I thought the action was fairly well done... were you feeling generally burned out by the action that was in Voyager/Andromeda at this point? I'd give it 3. I also liked this episode very much. Does Captain Archer agree with that opinion? Whoa!!! Silik is using the device Reed recovered trying to communicate with Future Man, when the typically stationary fella jumps out of the projection and reveals himself to actually be Archer. The writers undoubtedly have no idea how to address such a troubling and significant question, despite the fact they've seen fit to drop the Enterprise into the middle of a timeline war. “By the time he wakes up, we’ll be long gone” says Archer confidently. While stuck in the decimated remains of the 31st century, Archer and Daniels work to find a way to get back to Enterprise; and Daniels worries that the future existence of The Federation may be in jeopardy as a result of his impulsive … TV-PG Of course, there's no regard for the consequences of the ship taking such damage, which only adds to the Voyager-like feel. Later Daniels uses Archer's communicator and scanner to contact T'Pol. I thought this was pretty good - certainly better than the 2-star episodes from season 1. Meanwhile Trip and Reed organize a resistance with Hoshi and T'Pol against the Sullibans, simulating an explosion of the nuclear reactor. Star Trek: Enterprise (2001–2005) Season 2 Episode 1 All Shockwave, Part II (18 Sep. 2002) TV Episode | TV-PG | 43 min | Action, Adventure, Drama. Gah. 1-07: Revelations. Shockwave, Part I Eager to visit the deep-space colony of a race called the Paraagans , Captain Archer leads an away team toward the surface of an alien planet. Oh well. Not great but not terrible. Intrigue and foreboding quickly give way to cavalier action scenes and silly turns of plot. A couple of rushed story beats here and there too, like Archer's return, the faked warp core breach, and the very sudden retaking of the bridge. 2-01: Shockwave, Part II. Next week: Vulcan first contact, circa 1957. I think what I meant to say in my last sentence is that it is still better than many Season 1 episodes.
Only to be shut down by Daniels. When you have an impossible situation, there's a good chance any solution to that situation is going to seem manufactured and too easy. For me, letting Silik go ruined a lot of the episode. HOSHI: (in Sickbay) There's nothing left. Who are you working with from the future? Where is Archer? When the Suliban are beating Malcolm they ask something like, are you thinking of yourself and the information you want to tell us. This season two opener doesn't bode well for the rest of the season as I remember, but I'll stick with it this time (didn't think we'd have to wait this long for a new Trek TV series).
Daniel realizes that the future has changed with the absence to Archer, and together they go to the library to research how the time line was damaged. T’Pol is returned to her quarters after her being drugged and interrogated by Silik, when a disembodied Archer head appears and tells her that she needs to find a way to make it over to Crewman Daniels’ quarters. I came back later on but the damage was already done. But then Archer says "when I was on a mission in East Africa, I saw a gazelle giving birth"... Like others, I'm watching Enterprise now after giving up on it originally in the middle of season two. So, of course having been a ~20 year old man when this first aired, I might've been a little titillated by Hoshi getting her shirt off, but Enterprise is a somewhat equal actor here. It's no secret that writers set things up in the first instalments of two parters without knowing how they are going to resolve them (Best Of Both Worlds being the most famous example) but Shockwave Part 2 is made of the purest "Handwavium" with stuff just happening because the writers needs them to - in order for the show to be reset to the status quo. Your email address will not be published. Action, Adventure, Drama, Captain Archer and temporal agent Daniels have been stranded in the 31st century. Later, T’Pol is feigning craziness in a hallway as some Suliban walk by, and then BOOM — Enterprise crewmen fall from the sky and knock them out with drugs. Trip found a workaround that allows him to use comms, and he reaches Reed and tells him to sit tight until he can get the rest of the crew on the line. And then the next episode has T'Pol stripping off in silhouette. This inevitably leads to Hoshi's shirt getting ripped off as she jumps from a ceiling vent, which I'm sure many people will think is funny, provided they are in the seventh grade. Grab a beer and join us as we talk about the episodes we love and the occasional episode we love to hate. Check out our newest show, Disco Night – A Star Trek Discovery Podcast. Plenty entertaining, but disappointing if you were hoping to gain any insight whatsoever on the Temporal Cold War plot. And Archer's response was perfect.   |  And it's also a relief that the mining colony destroyed at the beginning of part one is not magically restored by timeline manipulation. What I find especially disappointing is that this resolution has none of the conviction the first part had.

Post . Watching this stock-issued ship-takeover concept unfold, I felt like I myself had been thrown back through time. Archer made a monumentally stupid decision in letting Silik go, and abandoning his cell ship to boot. The season continued the Temporal Cold War story-arc with the opening episode "Shockwave" (part two), and the producers sought to include further appearances by the Andorians and the Vulcans. T’Pol still doesn’t believe in time travel. After he’s returned to his quarters, T’Pol and Travis successfully take over engineering and initiate a core breach. The original review is right on the money. Then for weeks afterwards we're all going WTF was that!!???? (Either Silik is all-important or the Suliban are awfully quick to give up.)

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