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41 minutes | Aug 15, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x14 - Stratagem (TAFM 071)
The crew of the Enterprise gets really clever this episode, nearly pulling off a ruse that might have saved them a lot of time and effort had they succeeded. Unfortunately, its the Expanse, and this is Enterprise, so of course something had to go amiss. Episode Title: Strategem Written By: Michael Sussman and Terry Matalas Directed By: Mike Vejar Notable Guest Stars: Randy Oglesby (Degra) First Aired: February 04, 2004 Canon Date: December 12th, 2153 There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen and Joe Heiser as we discuss the 14th episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, Strategem.
48 minutes | Aug 9, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x13 - Proving Ground - TAFM 070
The Expanse. Mysterious. Lonely. Cold. Hostile. An isolated corner of the galaxy with nary a friendly face for light ye-- Wait. Is that Shran? Episode Title: Proving Ground Written By: Chris Black Directed By: David Livingston Notable Guest Stars: Jeffrey Combs (Shran), Molly Brink (Lieutenant Talas), Randy Oglesby (Degra), Granville Van Dusen (Andorian General) First Aired: January 21, 2004 Canon Date: December 6th, 2153 There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen and Joe Heiser as we discuss the 13th episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, Proving Ground.
58 minutes | Jul 12, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x12 - Chosen Realm - TAFM 069
The Enterprise is taken over by a group of Triannon religious zealots seeking to use Starfleet's advance weapons to destroy the heretic forces on their homeworld. Things go exactly as planned. No they don't. Episode Title: Chosen Realm Written By: Manny Coto Directed By: Roxann Dawson Notable Guest Stars: Conor O’Farrel (D’Jamat), Vince Grant (Yarrick), Lindsey Stoddart (Indava), Tayler Sheridan (Jareb), David Youse (Nalbis), Gregory Wagrowski (Ceris)First Aired: January 14th, 2004 Canon Date: Unknown 2153 There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen and Joe Heiser as we discuss the 12th episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, Chosen Realm.
43 minutes | Jun 28, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x11 - Carpenter Street - TAFM 068
The Temporal Cold War story line isn't quite dead yet! Daniels pops back into Archer's life just long enough to send our Captain and back to 2004 era Detroit to stop some kind of Xindi plot. Episode Title: Carpenter Street Written By: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga Directed By: Michael Vejar Notable Guest Stars: Leland Orser (Loomis), Matt Winston (Temporal Agent Daniels) Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Xindi Reptillian) First Aired: November 26, 2003 Canon Date: Unknown 2153 / October 2004 There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen and Joe Heiser as we discuss the 11th episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, Carpenter Street.
50 minutes | Jun 20, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x10 - Similitude - TAFM 067
Similitude should be one of those episodes that comes to mind whenever you think of Enterprise. If there were a reward for most "Star Trek-esque" episode, this would be in the running. Episode Title: Similitude Written By: Manny Coto Directed By: LeVar Burton Notable Guest Stars: Maximillian Orion Kesmodel (Sim age 4), Adam Taylor Gordon (Sim age 8), Shane Sweet (Sim age 17) First Aired: November 19th, 2003 Canon Date: Unknown (2153)
51 minutes | Jun 13, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x09 - North Star - TAFM 066
Our first cowboy episode! We both went into this episode expecting the worst, but ended up pleasantly surprised! Episode Title: Star Trek Enterprise 03x09 - North Star Written By: David A. Goodman Directed By: David Straiton Notable Guest Stars: Emily Bergl (Bethany), Glen Morshower (Macready), James Parks (Deputy Bennings) First Aired: November 12, 2003 Canon Date: Unknown 2153
44 minutes | May 17, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x08 - Twilight - TAFM 065
Quantum Leap's Sam Beckett awakens to find himself in the body of the former captain of the starship Enterprise, Jonathan Archer. Due to crippling amnesia, he is unaware that a decade has passed since the Captain's mission to prevent the destruction of Earth has failed. With the help of Archer's companion T'Pol and his former crewmates, he manages to piece together Archer's past and put things right that once went wrong. All kidding aside. Friggen fantastic episode. Star Trek: Enterprise 03x08 - Twilight Written By: Mike Sussman Directed By: Robert Duncan McNeill Notable Guest Stars: Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval) There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen and Joe Heiser as we discuss the 8th episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, Twilight.
50 minutes | May 9, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x07 - The Shipment - TAFM 064
Following a lead given to them by Hoshi's captor from a previous episode, the Enterprise arrives at a kemocite processing facility supporting the construction of the Xindi weapon. Archer goes in all rough and tumble but accidentally makes a friend instead. Star Trek: Enterprise 03x07 - The Shipment Written By: Chris Black, Brent V. Friedman Directed By: David Straiton Guest Stars: John Cothran, Jr., Randy Oglesby, Steven Culp, John Eddins There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen and Joe Heiser as we discuss the 7th episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, The Shipment.
60 minutes | May 2, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x06 - Exile - TAFM 063
Beauty and the Beast, but with Hoshi and no dancing furniture. Star Trek: Enterprise 3x06 - Exile Written By: Phyllis Strong Directed By: Roxann Dawson Guest Stars: Maury Sterling There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Chris Keeley, Jason Allen, Joe Heiser, and Joshua B. Jones as we discuss the 6th episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, Exile.
48 minutes | Apr 25, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x05 - Impulse - TAFM 062
Responding to an automated distress call, the Enterprise finds the Seleya, a Vulcan ship that entered the Expanse nine months previously, derelict in an asteroid field rich in Trellium-D. Rescue efforts go sideways, as the Vulcan crew is exhibiting classic signs of Zombie-ism. Star Trek: Enterprise 3x05 - Impulse Directed by David Livingston Written by Jonathan Fernandez, Terry Matalas Guest Stars: Sean McGowan There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen and Joe Heiser as we discuss the 5th episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, Impulse. Cold Open Archer carries an injured and crazed T’Pol into the Medbay as she screaming her intent to murder the captain. Part I A day before the events in the Medbay, Archer and Trip are discussing bring back movie night when they pick up a Vulcan distress call. Archer and a team to take a shuttlepod through a dense field of Trellium-D laden asteroids to reach T’Pol’s former ship and crew. After the Vulcan vessel is unresponsive to their hails, they board it to find it in a state of unnerving disarray. Even more unnerving is the arrival of a Zombie Vulcan that tries to kill T’Pol until he is phasered by Archer. Hordes of zombie Vulcans descend onto the boarding party, blocking their ability to retreat to their shuttlepod. They begin making their way to the Vulcan sickbay to treat Corporal Hawkins injury, as T’Pol clearly begins to start suffering the effects of whatever has incapicated the Vulcan crew and she starts losing control over her emotions. Meanwhile, not having any luck beaming over Trellium-D asteroids, Travis and Trip take a shuttlepod out to manually collect some. Unfortunately once they land, an anomaly alters the course of the asteroid and sends them barreling dangerously into the densest section. Part 2 Archer and the gang make it to the bridge, but when they call the Enterprise asking for help they learn that Trip and Travis’ little asteroid adventure has disabled their only means of rescue for a few hours. Paranoia begins setting in on T’Pol and she briefly pulls a phaser set to kill on the Captain before his kick-ass moves saves his skin. Using the bio-data Archer transmitted, Phlox discovers that Trellium-D is a deadly neurotoxin for Vulcans and T’Pol will need to get treatment immediately before the effects are permanent. As if all this wasn’t enough, the Vulcans begin flooding the away team’s hideout with a deadly gas. The Enterprise away team overloads the ship’s system in order to clear the bulkheads keeping them from the shuttlepod. As the ship begins exploding around them, T’Pol’s mental state also continues to deteriorate, culminating in Archer stunning her. The crew fight their way through Vulcan zombies back to their shuttlepod when Shuttlepod Two finally arrives at blasts the locked docking clamp freeing them to make their escape. Phlox is able to heal T’Pol but they aren’t aren’t going to be able to use that Trelium-D Trip and Travis collected to protect the Enterprise until he can come up with an inoculation for T’Pol. Even though she’s safely back aboard her ship, T’Pol’s dreams continue to be haunted by Zombie Vulcans.
64 minutes | Apr 18, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise - 3x04 - Rajiin - TAFM 061
Chasing another lead in their pursuit of the Xindi, the Enterprise crew takes on a passenger attempting to escape slavery. Turns out this Rajiin character isn't as innocent as she appears, as she begins gathering data on Archer and the rest of the crew using her super powers. Star Trek: Enterprise 3x04 - Rajiin Directed by Michael Vejar Written by Chris Black, Brent V. Friedman, Paul Brown Guest Stars: Nikita Ager, Tucker Smallwood, Randy Olgesby, Rick Worthy, Scott MacDonald There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen and Joe Heiser as we discuss the 4th episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, Rajiin. Cold Open The Xindi Council meets discussing how to proceed after experiencing setbacks in their plans to destroy Earth. If Degra doesn’t make progress soon, the council may consider alternatives. Part 1 In the middle of his neuro-pressure sessions, Trip expresses some concerns about the gossip going around about his relationship with T’Pol, but she doesn’t mind. After Archer gets some cream put on his lesions from his recent transformation into an alien species, the Enterprise swings by a trading post to see if they can nab some Trellium-D. Instead they get a line on some recent Xindi visitors, and end up liberating a slave named Rajiin instead. In exchange for some spices, the Enterprise acquires the recipe for liquid Trellium-D. Turns out that making this stuff can get real nasty, so Trip and T’Pol set up a lab behind some emergency bulkheads just in case. Good thing, cuz their first batch blows up the place. Rajiin swings by the captain’s quarters to thank him for his kindness by demonstrating her quote unquote gifts, and later when Rajiin is poking around the transporter, she encounters Hoshi who seems like she would also like to experience those gifts. Somehow Rajiin ends up breaking into T’Pol’s quarters instead. Part 2 Rajiin accosts and overpowers T’Pol, and after nobody answers his doorbell ringing, Trip busts in but gets bonked on the head real bad. She uses her mental powers to try and make her way off her ship back to her partner, but the Enterprise gang is able to rally before she beams away. The Captain swings by the brig to manhandle his prisoner when Reed interrupts to inform him that two Reptillian Xindi craft are approaching the Enterprise. After a guilt trip from Archer, Rajiin divulges that the Xindi are developing a bio-weapon and she was on a mission to gather the necessary information to help that process. Three Xindi boarding parties converge to liberate Rajiiin from the brig, The Captain orders a pursuit course, but the Xindi disappear into some kind of vortex and disappear. Rajiin is dragged out into the Xindi Council and displays the bio-information she collected. The Council doesn’t seem happy about the Reptilians going rogue on this mission, but they decide to pursue the bio-weapon as well as their Earth-destroying-plan.
51 minutes | Apr 11, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 3x03 - Extinction - TAFM 060
Archer, Hoshi, Trip, and T'Pol contend with a contagion that mutates any it infects into a member of an extinct sentient species. T'Pol is left to fend off her newly modified and aggressive crew mates. Take TNG's Genesis and Voyager's Threshold, add two unhappy podcasters, and you'll get this episode. Star Trek: Enterprise 03x03 - Extinction Directed by Levar Burton Written by Andre Bormanis Guest Stars: Roger Cross There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Chris Keeley, Jason Allen, Joe Heiser, and Joshua B. Jones as we discuss the 3rd episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, Extinction. Cold Open A skinny little feller is making a break for it through the forest when he takes a little tumble. Before he can right himself, three dudes in space suit appear and murder him with their sweet ass flame throwers. Part 1 Trip swings by T'Pol's quarters for his latest therapy session and to share some sweet peaches, which sadly gets interrupted when the Captain orders her to the command center to discuss hunting down some nearby Xindi. Once they land on the planet, the humans on the away team transform into creatures and hunt down T'Pol. T'Pol convinces Monster Hoshi to hand over a universal translator to help bridge the language barrier, while she waits for the Enterprise to get it's act together to rescue them. They eventually send down a shuttlepod and capture Reed, but the rest of the away team escapes. Up in orbit, a couple vessels drop out of warp and inform the Enterprise they are quarantined due to Monster Reed being on their ship, and should prepare to be boarded. Part 2 Monster Archer dreams of a massive underground city, and becomes even more difficult to convince that his true home is Earth. The exterminator DUDE comes aboard the Enterprise and educates the gang that this is a manufactured virus designed to replenish the population of a species who lost the ability to reproduce. Monster Archer, Monster Hoshi and Regular T'Pol discover the city in the dream, and find it utterly destroyed. The flame thrower dudes track the Monsters, but T'Pol and her gang are able to overpower the team. In the process, one of the exterminator's suit gets ripped and he gets roasted by his buddies. A team from the Enterprise beams down just as everybody is about to get flamethrowers and takes them back to the ship. They hit the road and get pursued by the trigger happy flame people. in is able to synthesize an antiviral and saves the day. When Phlox is about ready to destroy the virus, Archer gets all sentimental and asks him to put it on ice instead.
65 minutes | Apr 4, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x02 - Anomaly - TAFM 059
Disabled by a series of anomalies, the Enterprise is boarded by pirates that manage to abscond with most of their anti-matter. In pursuit of the pirates, the crew discover an enormous and mysterious sphere. Archer quickly takes things too far with their lone captive, but no one seems to notice. Cold Open The Enterprise is plagued by anomalies that, among other more whimsical things, disturb Porthos’s slumber and force Reed to shut down the warp reactor. Acts 1 - 2 Main power offline, the Enterprise limps towards a nearby ship only to discover it too is disabled. A team is sent to investigate, finding evidence of a firefight, though many of the casualties were caused by a loss of life support. Archer orders the Enterprise to move on, fearing the aliens’ attackers may return. Trip does his best to comply, but the laws of physics seem to be in flux in this region. An alien ship appears and several board the Enterprise. Quickly overwhelming the crew, the pirates begin beaming cargo and critical components back to their ship. Trip manages to incapacitate one of the aliens and spook the rest into leaving by flipping on the malfunctioning warp reactor. Acts 3 - 4 The Enterprise has had their limited reserves of anti-matter stolen from them, leaving them with only a month’s worth of fuel. In sadder news, the crew face their first loss, as Crewman Fuller was killed in the raid. Phlox states he recognizes their alien prisoner as an Osaarian. Archer speaks to the Osaarian in the brig, learning little besides an important bit about it being impossible to leave the Expanse. Tracking the Osaarian ship’s ion trail leads to the discovery of the pirate hideout, an enormous cloaked sphere built nearly a thousand years ago. Within, they recover their stolen cargo and most of their antimatter. Additionally, they discover that the Osaarian’s had recently attacked a Xindi vessel, downloading their database in the process. Archer engages in a little torture, forcing their Osaarian prisoner to help them recover that information from the Osaarian ship when it returns. After a short game of cat and mouse, the Enterprise manages to download 90% of the database, leaving Archer to sift through, looking for answers. Star Trek: Enterprise 03x02 - Anomaly Directed by David Straiton Written by Mike Sussman Guest Stars: Robert Rusler, Nathan Anderson, Julia Rose There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Chris Keeley, Jason Allen, Joe Heiser, and Joshua B. Jones as we discuss the 2nd episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, Anomaly.
67 minutes | Mar 14, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 03x01 - The Xindi - TAFM 058
Six weeks into the Expanse and the Enterprise has little to show for it. Fortunately, a tip from a freighter captain points Archer and Co. to the possible whereabouts of a Xindi miner. Cold Open The council of Xindi races debates the significance of the Enterprise’s arrival in the Expanse. With the weapon still in need of testing, it is decided that more information on Enterprise is needed. Act I and Act II Six weeks into their mission, the Enterprise continues its journey through the anomaly ridden Expanse. Following a lead given to them by a freighter captain of “questionable character” they are enroute to a mining facility where they have been told a member of the Xindi race is employed. At the mining facility, Archer and Reed agree to terms with the foreman but Archer’s request to meet the man to confirm his species is answered with a severed finger belonging to the unfortunate miner. Back on Enterprise, Phlox analyzes it, finding that while it is Xindi, it belongs to a different sub-species than the reptilian pilot. Archer and Trip return to the surface and are granted access to the Xindi miner, Kessick. Kessick refuses to reveal information without a guarantee that they will release him from his slavery. Soon Archer and Trip find they are being held prisoner by the foreman, and agree to help Kessick escape. With armed ships approaching the Enterprise, it becomes clear to T’Pol that something is amiss, and assigns Reed to work with Corporal Hayes to put together a team to extract the Captain. Reed clashes with Hayes, but eventually backs down. Act III - Act IV Archer, Trip, and Kessick work to climb the plasma ducts to the surface, discussing the five xindi races along the way. The conversation ends when plasma begins to surge upward, forcing the group back into the facility, and back under the Foreman’s guard. Before Archer and Trip can be be executed, the MACO’s arrive and stage their rescue. On the way out, Kessick is hit by weapons fire. Back aboard the Enterprise, while Phlox was unable to save him, Kessick managed to share the coordinates to the Xindi homeworld with his dying breath. While the Enterprise gets underway, T’Pol and Phlox have conspired to cure Trip’s insomnia by tricking him to performing Vulcan Neuropressure. For some reason Trip mistakes T’Pol’s behavior for sexual advances. T’Pol becomes aggravated, claiming it was a pointless exercise considering how stubborn Trip is. Trip stubbornly asserts he’s not stubborn, and proves it by allowing T’Pol to begin the procedure. The Enterprise arrives at the coordinates to find nothing but the debris field of a planet destroyed 120 years ago. Uncertain what to do next, the Enterprise proceeds deeper into the Expanse. Meanwhile, the Xindi Council shows signs of fracturing, as the Insectoids promise to destroy enterprise without without the council’s approval. Star Trek: Enterprise 03x01 - The Xindi Directed by Allan Kroeker Written by Rick Berman and Branon Braga Guest Stars: Richard Lineback, Stephen McHattie, Rick Worthy, Randy Oglesby, Scott MacDonald, Daniel Dae Kim, Steven Culp There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen and Joe Heiser as we discuss the 1st episode of season three of Star Trek: Enterprise, The Xindi.
87 minutes | Feb 28, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise - Season Two Wrap Up - TAFM 057
Season two has come and gone! We're just flying through the Star Trek franchise like it's nothin. Today we award our Star Trek Trivia Trophy, battle each other over best "Star Trek-ish" episode of Enterprise so far, and get a little salty with each other over a TV show. Our audio is a little off during this recording, thank you for your patience!
64 minutes | Feb 21, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 2x26 - The Expanse - TAFM 056
Things get serious real quick, as Earth has been attacked by a mysterious species hailing from the equally mysterious region of space, the Delphic Expanse. Few options left to them Earth sends their flagship, Enterprise, to meet the Xindi threat. Cold Open An object decloaks as it approaches Earth and fires a beam slicing devastation across the planet before breaking apart. Act I A panel of Klingons is ordered the disgraced Duras to reclaim his honor by capturing the elusive Captain Archer. Aboard the Enterprise, Archer shares with his crew that millions have been killed in the attack on Earth and that they have been recalled. Trip is expressing concern that his sister may have been a victim when Suliban board the Enterprise and kidnap the captain. Silik takes Archer to see Future Man, who warns him that the Xindi are developing a weapon to annihilate Earth. Just as Enterprise approaches home, a ship drops out of warp and opens fire on them. Act II The Klingons disable the Enterprise, but three more Starfleet vessels join the fight and repel Duras. On Earth, Archer is pushing for Enterprise to be sent to find the Xindi, but Soval warns about that region of space being notoriously dangerous and unusual. In an effort to bolster his case, the captain scans some of the debris from the probe and finds that its quantum signature is from the future. Back aboard his ship, a Vulcan doctor pops by to check on Archer’s radiation exposure while he was mucking around the debris and scoping out Xindi corpses. Turns out it’s all a pretense as the doctor is actually there because Soval thinks Archer might be nuts. Trip and Reed stand on the edge of destruction on Earth as the Engineer comes to the realization that his sister was a victim. Act III Touring the construction site of the NX-02, Archer and Forrest discuss the impending mission, as well as the captain’s request for military personnel to join his crew. Phlox has decided to stay on board for the mission, but Vulcan High Command has told T’Pol she must not go. Reed is pretty stoked about his new photonic torpedoes, and an angry Trip is very enthusiastic about the possibility using this new technology to murder the people who killed his sister. Before heading into the Expanse, Soval shows Archer some footage of a Vulcan ship that started murdering each other when they visited the place. On their way out, the Enterprise is going to drop T’Pol back home on Vulcan. The Enterprise leaves spacedock as the Klingons lurk nearby and bring their weapons online. Act IV Trip and Archer are getting drunk aboard the Enterprise when their vows to abandon the principles of non-interference are interrupted by Duras firing at their ship again. They disable the Klingon ship with their fancy new photon torpedoes, and accelerate to the safety of Vulcan space. T’Pol swings by Archer’s ready room and requests to stay aboard the Enterprise. Seven weeks later, the Enterprise reaches the massive purple barrier marking the beginning of the Delphic Expanse. After a few hours sailing through the goo, three Klingon vessels show up and begin firing on the Enterprise. Travis pulls some ace flying maneuvers and destroys the one Klingon ship brave enough to follow the into the Expanse. The Enterprise proceeds into the Expanse. Star Trek: Enterprise 02x26 - The Expanse Directed by Allan Kroeker Written by Rick Berman and Branon Braga Guest Stars: John Fleck, Vaughn Armstrong, Gary Graham, Daniel Riordan, James Horan, Bruce Wright There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Chris Keeley, Jason Allen, Joe Heiser and Joshua B. Jones as we discuss the 26th episode of season two of Star Trek: Enterprise, The Expanse.
43 minutes | Feb 14, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 2x25 - Bounty - TAFM 055
The Empire never forgets. A Tellarite bounty hunter kidnaps Archer to collect the price on his head for escaping Rura Penthe, meanwhile, T'Pol makes everyone very uncomfortable aboard the Enterprise. === Cold Open Archer and Trip’s exploration of an uninhabited planet is cut short when a Tellarite vessel drops into the neighborhood and offers to show them all its natural amenities. He gets an invite over to Enterprise, but upon arriving, he immediately shoots Tucker and the Captain. Act I The Tellarite ship breaks free from the Enterprise, and sends a blast into their nacelle to prevent it from following. Archer tries his best to figure out why he’s been kidnapped, and eventually learns he’s being returned to Kronos to face punishment for his big prison break. T’Pol and Phlox have picked up a nasty microbe on the planet, and are forced to chill out in decon rubbing each other while Acting Captain Tucker directs the Enterprise to follow the Tellarite’s warp signature. Act II That warp signature turned out to be a decoy, so Reed blows it up. Archer tries convincing the Tellarite not to turn him over to the Klingons because it would mean a certain death sentence. Turns out the bounty on Archer’s head has interested multiple parties as a ship starts firing on them, demanding he be turned over. He convinces the Tellarite to let him out of his cell so he an assist, and they make an emergency landing on a nearby planet. In the decon room, T’Pol is getting increasingly emotional until she ultimately confides in Phlox that she is experiencing Pon Farr and will need to mate with someone or she’ll die. Act III On the surface, Archer and his captor are having a heart-to-heart about fugitive hunter’s dreams for the future. They leave the planet and swing by a station in the hopes of acquiring some supplies, where the bounty hunter learns that the ship he’s been saving up to buy back has been cannibalized. The Enterprise follows the Tellarite warp signature to the planet and learns from the crashed ship’s captain that Archer is being taken back to Klingon space. T’Pol is getting increasingly frustrated as Phlox continues to thwart her efforts to jump his bones. When he tries to sedate her, she knocks him out and escapes. Act IV Security eventually track down T’Pol and knock her out after she fails to seduce Reed. The Tellarite and the captain rendezvous with the Klingons, who provide the bounty hunter with 30% less than the agreed upon reward. Archer escapes his cell and commandeers an escape pod. Just as the Klingons are about to recapture it, the Enterprise arrives and saves the day. As the Klingons retreat home, the Tellarite captain calls over happy to see the lock pick he provided works. He warns Archer that the Klingons might double the bounty now, and he can’t promise he won’t try to collect. They laugh and laugh and laugh. Star Trek: Enterprise 02x25 - Bounty Directed by Roxann Dawson Written by Rick Berman and Branon Braga Guest Stars: Jordan Lund, Robert O'Reilly There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen and Joe Heiser as we discuss the 25th episode of season two of Star Trek: Enterprise, Bounty.
55 minutes | Feb 7, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 2x24 - First Flight - TAFM 054
After receiving news of the death of one of his former colleagues and rivals in the NX test program, Archer relates a story to T'Pol about a group of ragtag flyboys hoping to break the Warp 2 barrier. Star Trek: Enterprise 02x24 - First Flight Directed by Levar Burton Written by John Shiban and Chris Black Guest Stars: Brigid Brannagh (Ruby) Vaughn Armstrong, Keith Carradine, Michael Canavan, Victor Bevine There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen, Joe Heiser and Joshua B. Jones as we discuss the 24nd episode of season two of Star Trek: Enterprise, First Flight.
84 minutes | Jan 31, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 2x23 - Regeneration - TAFM 053
Enterprise takes another risk by introducing a second species ahead of known canon. Thing is, this episode was just so fun that any minor conflicts with the Borg introduction in The Next Generation are totally overshadowed. Star Trek: Enterprise 02x23 - Regeneration Directed by David Livingston Written by Michael Sussman, Phyllis Strong Guest Stars: Vaughn Armstrong, Jim Fitzpatrick, Mark Chadwick, Paul Anthony Scott There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen, Joe Heiser and Joshua B. Jones as we discuss the 23rd episode of season two of Star Trek: Enterprise, Regeneration.
67 minutes | Jan 24, 2018
Star Trek Enterprise 2x22 - Cogenitor - TAFM 052
The Enterprise crew comes into contact with the Vissians, a race with three genders. One of these genders, dubbed Cogenitors, lead a life unbefitting a sentient being by most human standards, so of course Trip is gonna get mixed up in there. Star Trek: Enterprise 02x22 - Cogenitor Directed by Levar Burton Written by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga Guest Stars: Andreas Katsulas, F.J. Rio, Becky Wahlstrom There Are Four Mics is a weekly Star Trek podcast discussing the Star Trek episodes and movies in stardate order. Join Jason Allen, Joe Heiser and Joshua B. Jones as we discuss the 22nd episode of season two of Star Trek: Enterprise, Cogenitor
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