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Star Trek: Enterprise, episode 86 (4.10)

Last Modified: 28 Jun 2006 13:30:03

Scott Bakula   IMDB   Captain Jonathan Archer
Connor Trinneer   IMDB   Commander Charles Tucker III
Jolene Blalock   IMDB   Commander T'Pol
Dominic Keating   IMDB   Lieutenant Malcolm Reed
Anthony Montgomery   IMDB   Ensign Travis Mayweather
Linda Park   IMDB   Ensign Hoshi Sato
John Billingsley   IMDB   Chief Medical Officer Phlox
Guest Cast:
Bill Cobbs   IMDB   Emory Erickson
Leslie Silva   IMDB   Danica Erickson
Donovan Knowles   IMDB   Quinn Erickson
Noel Manzano   IMDB   Ensign Burrows
David Straiton   IMDB
Alan Brennert   IMDB
Ken Lazebnik   IMDB

The inventor of the transporter, Emory Erickson, comes aboard Enterprise for a risky experiment.
The crew welcomes aboard Emory Erickson, the inventor of the transporter device, set to conduct a series of experiments to test a radical upgrade to the technology. However, once Enterprise reaches the test site, Archer realizes that his old family friend has lied and is using the ship to search for his son, lost years before in a transporter mishap.

By Ex Deux on 17 Jan 2005 04:24:00
Daedaleus is in some ways an inverted version of STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE's classic and beloved episode "The Visitor." Where "The Visitor" was the struggle of Jake Sisko to recover his father at great sacrifice, to end in reunion and relief, "Daedaleus" inverts this story in more ways than one by portraying it as the struggle of a father to save his son and a struggle that is ultimately misguided and hopeless.

The episode also contains elements from such classic STAR TREK episodes as "The...

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By The Trek Nation on 15 Jan 2005 05:13:00
Considering that it's derivative of more Star Trek episodes than I'm going to remember to name in this review, "Daedalus" feels surprisingly fresh, even innovative. It's so nice to see the crew working on a scientific development, even if it ends up not working out. In the Augments arc they were working against the practical and ethical implications of cutting-edge science, and for most of last season scientific developments were only relevant as they applied to warfare, so even though...

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