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Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 4 (Slimline Packaging)

Released on 28 July 2008

Featuring: Scott Bakula, John Billingsley & Jolene Blalock

Format: DVD | Rating: 12 years & over

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Set early in the 22nd century, Enterprise focuses on a history of the galactic upheaval that leads to the formation of The Federation. Its compelling stories of team bravery and individual heroism are sure to answer countless questions for both die-hard fans of the series and neophytes to the Star Trek universe.

Starring a fresh young cast, this exciting new chapter continues to push the edge of the visual envelope with the kind of state of the art special effects that have made Star Trek a global phenomenon. Through their struggles humans, Vulcans, and numerous others together will learn to work and live in harmony. Like their forefathers before them, they strive for a better life and boldly go where no one has ever gone before!

Episodes comprise:

1. Storm Front (Part 1)
2. Storm Front (Part 2)
3. Home
4. Borderland (Part 1)
5. Cold Station 12 (Part 2)
6. The Augments (Part 3)
7. The Forge (Part 1)
8. Awakening (Part 2)
9. Kir'Shara (Part 3)
10. Daedalus
11. Observer Effect
12. Babel One (Part 1)
13. United (Part 2)
14. The Aenar (Part 3)
15. Affliction (Part 1)
16. Divergence (Part 2)
17. Bound
18. In a Mirror, Darkly (Part 1)
19. In a Mirror, Darkly (Part 2)
20. Demons (Part 1)
21. Terra Prime (Part 2)
22. These Are The Voyages...

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 Why didn't this SAVE ENTERPRISE?

| | See all ChristopherPike's reviews (4)

It is the mid 22nd Century: over a hundred years before Kirk and Spock. The crew of Earth's first Warp 5 starship led by Captain Jonathan Archer, continue to make history with every light year. Back home many believe Starfleet are partly responsible for drawing dangerously unwanted attention to Humanity. Last season, a lethal probe sent by the Xindi killed 7 million in an unprovoked attack. Having prevented the Xindi superweapon reaching Earth, this first crew now try to resume their mission of exploration... but for some scars the remain raw. Season Four continues to build on Enterprise's less advanced setting, with frequent use of space suits and decompression airlocks in order to get anywhere, a grappler instead of a tractor beam and polarised hull-plating, rather than shields. Those coming straight from JJ Abrams' 2009 movie will probably appreciate this show's uncomplicated style and "down-to-earth" characters the most. The rest of us get to have fun spotting familiar elements from past series, especially by the fourth season - as we visit the Mirror Universe, encounter green skinned Orions, while the Vulcans gradually come to respect their illogical allies and together make the first steps toward uniting warring aliens and form the Federation.

Out of all the Star Trek series, I generally keep returning to Enterprise for more. I love the characters, while being the less than moral humans Gene Roddenberry would've created, they do in fact hold true to his ideals - that of ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances. Archer, interested me from the outset (being familar with Scott Bakula's other work) his Captain out there alone with no support, no rulebook or role models to learn from their mistakes. His 'quid pro quo' relationship with Shran (a blue-skinned Andorian) with whom he forms a bond, both skeptical of the Vulcans' agenda and yet building bridges which will ultimately lead to an interstellar alliance. Trip, likeable Southern Engineer who's friendship with his Captain, manages to survive his occassional bouts of insubordination. T'Pol, initially an observer from a Vulcan government concerned about the impact of humankind on the galaxy. Her relationship with Trip, which manages to rise above its somewhat exploitive origins and her struggle to maintain control over her emotions. At this point, I should also make it clear I loved what Enterprise did with the Vulcans and how they are every bit the race seen all the way back to the Original Series. I could continue to outline traits of the various other regulars, who are anything but cyphers in my opinion. Under developed in comparision to the big three for sure but I feel that was changing...

I love the technology... phase pistols and EM rifles, airlocks and shuttlepods deployed from bomb bay doors underneath. When you're at a disadvantage, you have nothing but your wits to rely on and this show was about as far from the technobabble approach as it was possible for Trek to get, while staying futuristic.

I still believe this is the show with the most potential left unexplored. 2 good seasons, 2 excellent ones and yet still barely scratching the surface. Had I been in charge of CBS/Paramount in 2005, I certainly would not have cancelled this... not considering how well the stories were coming along in leaps and bounds. I hope they're looking at the popularity of Star Trek in cinemas at the moment, and think back to that day fans held a rally outside the studio, sent emails and letters... all protesting the loss of a show that had finally turned the tide against fan apathy, only to be unjustly rewarded with the axe. Shame on the Executive who made that decision.

 Fantastic

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A brilliant series that ended all too quickly. S3 and S4 were possibly the best series of any Star Trek series ever made, and right at their peak the show was cancelled, which probably explains the quite poor final ever episode...

 Ending of a brilliant short era

| | See all Lezero's reviews (7)

Season 4 is filled with double header and even triple header episodes and with 2 parallel universe episodes which are even more higher on the entertainment factor.

Season 4 starts off when the ever present Daniels pulls enterprise into earth's past to 1940 where the nazi's have taken a part of america and all of europe thanks to some time travelling aliens whos intent is to get home and dont care what means they do to archive it, enterprise must stop them and get shocked when they find Archer still alive.

pulled back into the present archer must deal with his troubles of recent and to his old flame who is just promoted to captain of columbia.

after that we find out more on the vulcans, their past and Administrator v'las and his ruthless nature which considered against typical vulcan behaviour is very unusual.

we also see the formation of the United Federation of Planets, the death of an important character while saving shran and his daughter.

A great series that was prematurely killed off. Shame about that.

 Bowing Out (Fairly) Gracefully.

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This is the only full season of 'Enterprise' that I have watched - and the reason I ended up purchasing it was because of the 'Slimline' price - and also because it was widely acknowledged that this was the season where somebody (Manny Coto apparently) was finally making a determined effort to start foreshadowing the original series in a respectful way.
Thus you will see Green Orion Slave Girls and an explanation for the change in the Klingons' appearance. Even Data is foreshadowed for Next Gen fans. We have a prequel to the Tholian Web episode and other goodies sprinkled along the way.
For some reason the final Episode 'These are the Voyages' seems to be almost universally loathed by Trekkers, but I found it an all-encompassing and neat conclusion to the series and the run of Trek up to that point. The only question mark would be trying to pass Riker and Troi off as their younger selves from season 7 of TNG.
Overall then, well worth a watch, because some love has gone into it. I may never watch the earlier seasons of Enterprise (although season 3 has a good rep), but I am happy to welcome this into my collection and am sure I will watch it again one day.

 ChristopherPike heads up

| | See all sapperDan's reviews (1)

The best star trek yet. I can't believe they cancelled it. however its not 100 years gap ChristopherPike, Captain Archer is Admiral in Kirks era.

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ActorsScott Bakula, John Billingsley, Jolene Blalock, Dominic Keating, Anthony Montgomery, Linda Park, Connor Trinneer, Peter Weller, Golden Brooks, Joanna Cassidy, Brent Spiner, Jeffrey Combs, James Avery, Jonathan Frakes & Mirina Sirtis
Certificate12 years and over
Year2004 ; 2005
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.