English subtitles. Star Trek Enterprise, 2001-2005- : . 1-1.

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"Where no man has gone before."

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Dr Cochrane
would be proud of you.

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I know the whole speech by heart.

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- Whens it gonna be ready to fly?
- Let the paint dry first.

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No, I mean your ship.

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Not for a while. Its not even built yet.
You know that.

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- How big will it be?
- Pretty big.

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Bigger than
Ambassador Pointy's ship?

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His name is Soval,
and hes been very helpful.

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And I told you not to call him that,
Jonathan.

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Well, Billy Cook said wed be flying
at warp 5 by now

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if the Vulcans hadnt
kept things from us.

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Well, they have their reasons.

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God knows what they are.

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Drop your weapon. I mean it.

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I dont understand a word
youre saying,

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but I guarantee you,
I know how to use this.

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It's been a long road
Gettin' from there to here

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It's been a long time

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But my time is finally near

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And I will see my dream
Come alive at last

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I will touch the sky

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And they're not gonna
Hold me down no more

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No, they're not gonna change my mind

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'Cause I've got faith of the heart

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I'm going where my heart will take me

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I've got faith to believe

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I can do anything

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I've got strength of the soul

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And no one's gonna bend or break me

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I can reach any star

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I've got faith

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I've got faith

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Faith of the heart

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The Ventral Plating Team says
theyll be done in about three days.

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Be sure they match the colour
to the nacelle housings.

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Planning to sit on the hull
and pose for some postcards?

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Maybe.

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God, shes beautiful.

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And fast.

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Warp 4.5 next Thursday.

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Neptune and back in six minutes.

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Lets take a look
at the lateral sensor array.

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Give me a sec.

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Slow down.

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There.

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Those are the ports that buckled
during the last test.

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They need to be reinforced.

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Great. You scratched the paint.

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Sorry.

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Orbital 6.

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- Captain Archer, sir?
- Go ahead.

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Admiral Forrest needs you
at Starfleet Medical right away.

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- Who was chasing him?
- We dont know.

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They were incinerated
in the methane explosion,

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and the farmers description
was vague at best.

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How did they get here?
What kind of ship?

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They were using some kind
of stealth technology.

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Were still analysing our sensor logs.

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Id like to see those logs.

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The Klingons made it very clear
they want us to expedite this.

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It happened on our soil.

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That's irrelevant.

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Ambassador,

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with all due respect, we have a right
to know whats going on here.

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You will be apprised
of all pertinent information.

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And just who gets to decide
whats pertinent information?

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- Admiral.
- Jon.

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I think you know everyone.

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Not everyone.

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Its a "Klingot."

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A Klingon.

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- Where did he come from?
- Oklahoma.

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Corn farmer named Moore
shot him with a plasma rifle.

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Says it was self-defence.

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Fortunately, Soval and I have
maintained close contact with Kronos

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since the incident occurred.

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- Kronos?
- Its the Klingons" homeworld.

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This gentlemans some sort
of a courier.

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Evidently, he was carrying
crucial information back to his people.

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When he was nearly killed
by your farmer.

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Ambassador Soval thinks it would
be best if we push off your launch

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until weve cleared this up.

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Well, isnt that a surprise.

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Youd think they would
have come up

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with something a little more
imaginative this time.

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Sarcasm aside, captain,
the last thing your people need

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is to make an enemy
of The Klingon Empire.

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If we hadnt convinced them to let us
take Klaang's corpse back to Kronos,

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Earth would most likely be facing
a squadron of warbirds

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by the end of the week.

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Corpse?

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Is he dead?

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Excuse me. Is this man dead?

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His autonomic system was disrupted
by the blast,

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but his redundant neural functions--

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Is he going to die?

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Not necessarily.

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Let me get this straight.

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Youre gonna disconnect this man
from life support,

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even though he could live.

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Now, where is the logic in that?

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Klaangs culture finds honour
in death.

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If they saw him like this,
hed be disgraced.

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Theyre a warrior race.
They dream of dying in battle.

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If you understood the complexities
of interstellar diplomacy--

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So thats your diplomatic solution?
To do what they tell you?

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Pull the plug?

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Your metaphor is crude,
but accurate.

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We may be crude,
but were not murderers.

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Youre not gonna let them do this,
are you?

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The Klingons have demanded
that we return Klaang immediately.

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- Admiral?
- We need to defer to their judgment.

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Weve been deferring to their
judgment for 100 years.

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- How much longer?
- Until youve proven youre ready.

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Ready to what?

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To look beyond your provincial
attitudes and your volatile nature.

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Volatile?

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You have no idea how much
I'm restraining myself

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from knocking you on your ass.

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These Klingons, theyre anxious
to get their man back. Fine.

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I can have my ship ready to go
in three days.

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Well take him back home. Alive.

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This is no time to be imposing
your ethical beliefs.

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- Dan?
- What about your crew?

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Your com officers in Brazil.

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You havent selected
a medical officer yet.

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Three days, thats all I need.

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Admiral.

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Weve been waiting for nearly
a century, ambassador.

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This seems as good a time as any
to get started.

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Listen to me.
Youre making a mistake.

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When your logic doesnt work,
you raise your voice?

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Youve been on Earth too long.

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I had a feeling their approach
wouldnt sit too well with you.

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Dont screw this up.

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I heard this platforms been approved
for bio-transport.

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I presume you mean fruits
and vegetables.

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I mean armoury officers
and helmsmen.

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I dont think Im ready
to have my molecules

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compressed into a data stream.

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They claim its safe.

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Do they indeed?

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Well, I certainly hope the captain
doesnt plan on making us use it.

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Dont worry.

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From what Im told, he wouldnt even
put his dog through this thing.

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This is ridiculous.

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I ask for plasma coils, and they
send me a case of valve sealant.

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Theres no chance I can have
these weapons online in three days.

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Were just taking a sick man
back to his homeworld.

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Why do we need weapons?

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Didnt you read the profile report
on these Klingons?

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Apparently, they sharpen their teeth
before they go into battle.

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No doubt Mr Tucker
will reassure me

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that my equipment
will be here tomorrow,

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"Keep your shirt on, lieutenant."

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Is it me or does the artificial gravity
seem a bit heavy?

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Feels all right. Earth sea level.

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My father always kept it at .8 G.

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Thought it put a little spring
in his step.

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Being raised on ships,
it must have felt like you had

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Lead in your boots
when you got to Earth.

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Beautiful. Lock it off right there.

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I believe you missed a spot.

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Commander Tucker,
Ensign Travis Mayweather.

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- He just arrived.
- Our space boomer.

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- How fast have you gotten her?
- Warp 4.

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Well be going to 4.5
as soon as we clear Jupiter.

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Think you can handle it?

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4.5?

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Pardon me, but if I dont realign
the deflector,

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the first grain of space dust
we come across

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will blow a hole through this ship
the size of your fist.

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Keep your shirt on, lieutenant.

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Your equipment will be here
in the morning.

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Very good.

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Carlos.

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Tighten the back of your tongue.

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Keep trying, youve almost got it.

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Ill be right back.

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Theres two more weeks
before exams.

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Its impossible for me to leave now.

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Youve gotta have someone
who can cover for you.

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If there was anyone else
who can do what I do,

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you wouldnt be so eager
to have me on your spaceship.

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- Hoshi--
- Im sorry, captain,

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I owe it to these kids.

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I could order you.

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Im on leave from Starfleet,
remember?

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You would have to forcibly recall me,
which would require a reprimand,

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which would disqualify me
from serving on an active vessel.

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I need someone with your ear.

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And youll have her, in three weeks.

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Whats that?

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Klingon. Ambassador Soval gave us
a sampling of their linguistic database.

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I thought you said the Vulcans
were opposed to this.

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They are. But we agreed to make
a few compromises.

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What do you know about these...

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- ...Klingons?
- Not much.

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An empire of warriors.

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With 80 polyguttural dialects
constructed on an adaptive syntax.

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Turn it up.

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Think of it. Youd be the first human
to talk to these people.

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Do you really want
someone else to do it?

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Since when do we have
Vulcan science officers?

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Since we needed their star charts
to get to Kronos.

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So we get a few maps,
and they get to put a spy on our ship?

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Admiral Forrest says we should
think of her more as a chaperone.

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I thought the whole point was
to get away from the Vulcans.

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Four days there and four days back.
Then shes gone.

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In the meantime,
were to extend her every courtesy.

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I dont know. Id be more comfortable
with Porthos on the bridge.

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Here we go.

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Come in.

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This confirms that I was transferred
to your command at 0800 hours.

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Reporting for duty.

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Is there a problem?

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00:14:53,830 --> 00:14:55,058
No, sir.

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00:14:57,790 --> 00:15:00,987
Oh, I forgot. Vulcan females
have a heightened sense of smell.

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I hope Porthos isnt too offensive
to you.

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Ive been trained to tolerate
offensive situations.

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00:15:07,350 --> 00:15:10,547
I took a shower this morning.
How about you, captain?

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00:15:10,790 --> 00:15:14,783
Im sorry,
this is Commander Charles Tucker Ill.

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Subcommander T'Pol.

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Trip. Im called Trip.

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Ill try to remember that.

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While you may not share
our enthusiasm about this mission,

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I expect you to follow our rules.

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Whats said in this room
and out on that bridge

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is privileged information.

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I dont want every word I say
being picked apart the next day

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by the Vulcan High Command.

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My reason for being here
is not espionage.

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My superiors simply asked me
to assist you.

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Your superiors dont think
we can flush a toilet

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without one of you to assist us.

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I didnt request this assignment,
captain.

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And you can be certain
that when this missions over,

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Ill be as pleased to leave this ship
as youll be to have me go.

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If theres nothing else...

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That will be all.

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When Zefram Cochrane made his
legendary warp flight 90 years ago

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and drew the attention
of our new friends, the Vulcans,

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we realised that we werent alone
in the galaxy.

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Today, we are about to cross
a new threshold.

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For nearly a century,
weve waded ankle-deep

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in the ocean of space.

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Now its finally time to swim.

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The warp 5 engine
wouldnt be a reality

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00:16:45,550 --> 00:16:48,622
without men like Dr Cochrane
and Henry Archer,

251
00:16:48,830 --> 00:16:50,786
who worked so hard to develop it.

252
00:16:51,030 --> 00:16:54,818
So its only fitting that Henrys son,
Jonathan Archer,

253
00:16:55,030 --> 00:16:57,544
will command the first starship
powered by that engine.

254
00:17:10,230 --> 00:17:11,948
Rather than quoting Dr Cochrane,

255
00:17:12,150 --> 00:17:14,220
I think we should listen
to his own words

256
00:17:14,430 --> 00:17:19,629
from the dedication ceremony for
the Warp Five Complex, 32 years ago.

257
00:17:20,590 --> 00:17:24,424
On this site,
a powerful engine will be built.

258
00:17:24,630 --> 00:17:27,019
An engine that will someday
help us to travel

259
00:17:27,230 --> 00:17:30,028
100 times faster than we can today.

260
00:17:30,230 --> 00:17:34,940
Imagine it. Thousands of
inhabited planets at our fingertips.

261
00:17:35,150 --> 00:17:38,779
And we'll be able to explore
those strange new worlds.

262
00:17:38,990 --> 00:17:43,029
And seek out new life
and new civilisations.

263
00:17:43,270 --> 00:17:45,943
This engine will let us go boldly

264
00:17:46,150 --> 00:17:48,425
where no man has gone before.

265
00:18:07,110 --> 00:18:09,829
Take her out, Mr Mayweather.

266
00:18:10,510 --> 00:18:12,228
Straight and steady.

267
00:18:35,230 --> 00:18:37,619
- How we doing, Trip?
- Ready when you are.

268
00:18:37,870 --> 00:18:39,223
Prepare for warp.

269
00:18:39,710 --> 00:18:41,701
Course laid in, sir.

270
00:18:41,910 --> 00:18:43,707
Request permission
to get under way.

271
00:18:43,950 --> 00:18:46,510
The coordinates are off
by .2 degrees.

272
00:18:46,710 --> 00:18:48,826
Thank you.

273
00:18:50,830 --> 00:18:52,388
Lets go.

274
00:19:12,430 --> 00:19:13,988
Where is Klaang?

275
00:19:14,230 --> 00:19:16,061
The humans have him.

276
00:19:16,310 --> 00:19:18,221
Did you lose anyone else?

277
00:19:18,470 --> 00:19:22,145
Two of my soldiers were killed.
One of them was a friend.

278
00:19:22,350 --> 00:19:24,068
Can you prevent it?

279
00:19:24,310 --> 00:19:28,098
Our agreement doesnt provide
for correcting mistakes.

280
00:19:28,310 --> 00:19:29,868
Recover the evidence.

281
00:19:30,430 --> 00:19:33,228
I will. I promise you.

282
00:19:33,430 --> 00:19:35,307
When will we speak again?

283
00:19:35,670 --> 00:19:38,867
Dont be concerned with when.

284
00:19:52,910 --> 00:19:54,741
Love what youve done
with the place.

285
00:19:54,950 --> 00:19:57,623
Those are immunocytiques gel worms.
Try not to shake them.

286
00:19:57,830 --> 00:20:00,025
- What did you think of Earth?
- Intriguing.

287
00:20:00,230 --> 00:20:03,700
I especially liked the Chinese food.
Have you ever tried it?

288
00:20:03,910 --> 00:20:06,663
Ive lived in San Francisco
all my life.

289
00:20:06,870 --> 00:20:09,623
Anatomically, you humans
are somewhat simplistic.

290
00:20:09,830 --> 00:20:11,343
But what you lack biologically,

291
00:20:11,550 --> 00:20:13,700
you make up for
with your charming optimism.

292
00:20:14,510 --> 00:20:17,866
Not to mention your egg drop soup.

293
00:20:18,230 --> 00:20:20,061
Be very careful with that.

294
00:20:21,390 --> 00:20:24,268
- What's in there?
- An Altarian marsupial.

295
00:20:26,630 --> 00:20:28,507
Their droppings contain
the greatest concentration

296
00:20:28,710 --> 00:20:30,348
of regenerative enzymes
found anywhere.

297
00:20:30,550 --> 00:20:31,505
Their droppings?

298
00:20:31,950 --> 00:20:34,862
If youre going to embrace new worlds,
you must try to embrace new ideas.

299
00:20:35,110 --> 00:20:38,580
Thats why the Vulcans initiated
the Interspecies Medical Exchange.

300
00:20:38,790 --> 00:20:40,940
Theres a lot to be learned.

301
00:20:41,190 --> 00:20:43,465
Im sorry to take you away
from your program,

302
00:20:43,670 --> 00:20:46,059
but our doctors havent even heard
of a Klingon.

303
00:20:46,270 --> 00:20:48,909
Please, no apologies.

304
00:20:49,110 --> 00:20:51,260
What better time
to study human beings

305
00:20:51,470 --> 00:20:53,426
than when theyre under pressure?

306
00:20:53,630 --> 00:20:55,109
Its a rare opportunity.

307
00:20:55,310 --> 00:20:57,141
And your Klingon friend...

308
00:20:57,350 --> 00:21:00,706
...I've never had the chance
to examine a living one before.

309
00:21:00,910 --> 00:21:02,946
Ensign Mayweather tells me
that well be to Kronos

310
00:21:03,150 --> 00:21:05,220
in about 80 hours.

311
00:21:05,430 --> 00:21:07,705
Any chance hell be conscious
by then?

312
00:21:07,910 --> 00:21:10,504
Theres a chance hell be conscious
within the next ten minutes.

313
00:21:10,710 --> 00:21:11,745
Just not a very good one.

314
00:21:12,110 --> 00:21:13,987
Eighty hours, doctor.

315
00:21:14,190 --> 00:21:16,545
If he doesnt walk off this ship
on his own two feet,

316
00:21:16,750 --> 00:21:18,388
he doesnt stand much of a chance.

317
00:21:18,590 --> 00:21:23,345
Ill do the best I can.
Optimism, captain.

318
00:21:36,230 --> 00:21:38,221
Youre upside down, ensign.

319
00:21:38,430 --> 00:21:39,704
Yes, sir.

320
00:21:39,950 --> 00:21:41,303
Care to explain why?

321
00:21:41,750 --> 00:21:43,820
When I was a kid,
we called it the sweet spot.

322
00:21:44,030 --> 00:21:45,986
Every ships got one.

323
00:21:46,190 --> 00:21:47,509
Sweet spot?

324
00:21:47,750 --> 00:21:51,538
Its usually about halfway between
the grav generator and the bow plate.

325
00:21:51,750 --> 00:21:54,264
Grab a hold of the hatch.

326
00:21:54,470 --> 00:21:56,028
No, no, no, on either side.

327
00:21:57,630 --> 00:21:59,109
Now, push off.

328
00:22:00,750 --> 00:22:02,741
Push off.

329
00:22:12,270 --> 00:22:14,306
Takes practice.

330
00:22:20,470 --> 00:22:22,825
You ever slept in zero G?

331
00:22:23,030 --> 00:22:24,349
Slept?

332
00:22:24,550 --> 00:22:26,302
Its just like being back in the womb.

333
00:22:31,350 --> 00:22:33,500
The captain tells me youve been
to Trillius Prime.

334
00:22:34,230 --> 00:22:36,425
Took fourth, fifth and sixth grades
to get there.

335
00:22:36,630 --> 00:22:39,588
Ive also been to Draylax
and both the Teneebian Moons.

336
00:22:40,030 --> 00:22:43,261
Ive only been to one inhabited planet
besides Earth.

337
00:22:43,470 --> 00:22:45,188
Nothing there
but dust-dwelling ticks.

338
00:22:47,510 --> 00:22:49,341
Ive heard the women
on Draylax have...

339
00:22:49,590 --> 00:22:51,023
Three.

340
00:22:51,230 --> 00:22:52,379
Yeah, its true.

341
00:22:52,630 --> 00:22:54,109
You know that firsthand?

342
00:22:54,670 --> 00:22:57,628
Firsthand, secondhand, thirdhand.

343
00:22:57,870 --> 00:23:00,259
I guess growing up a boomer
has its advantages.

344
00:23:06,230 --> 00:23:07,549
Got an empty seat here, commander.

345
00:23:07,750 --> 00:23:10,867
Sorry. Dinner with the boss tonight.

346
00:23:11,110 --> 00:23:13,670
- Grand Canyon?
- No.

347
00:23:14,270 --> 00:23:15,862
Big Sur Aquarium?

348
00:23:16,070 --> 00:23:18,823
Sightseeing was not
one of my assignments.

349
00:23:19,790 --> 00:23:22,429
All work and no play.

350
00:23:22,630 --> 00:23:25,986
Everybody should get out
for a little fun now and then.

351
00:23:26,190 --> 00:23:30,103
All our recreational needs
are provided at the compound.

352
00:23:30,310 --> 00:23:32,141
Come in.

353
00:23:32,350 --> 00:23:35,262
- Should have started without me.
- Sit down.

354
00:23:35,830 --> 00:23:39,982
T'Pol tells me shes been living
at the Vulcan Compound in Sausalito.

355
00:23:40,190 --> 00:23:41,703
No kidding.

356
00:23:41,910 --> 00:23:45,266
I lived a few blocks from there
when I first joined Starfleet.

357
00:23:45,470 --> 00:23:48,189
Great parties
at the Vulcan Compound.

358
00:23:53,150 --> 00:23:55,345
It might be a little easier
using your fingers.

359
00:23:56,510 --> 00:23:58,660
Vulcans dont touch food
with their hands.

360
00:24:00,310 --> 00:24:02,270
Cant wait to see you tackle
the spareribs.

361
00:24:02,270 --> 00:24:03,259
Cant wait to see you tackle
the spareribs.

362
00:24:04,030 --> 00:24:06,021
Dont worry.
We know youre a vegetarian.

363
00:24:10,670 --> 00:24:12,467
Looks delicious.

364
00:24:12,670 --> 00:24:16,185
- Tell chef I said thanks.
- Of course, sir.

365
00:24:17,190 --> 00:24:18,908
You humans claim
to be enlightened,

366
00:24:19,110 --> 00:24:21,226
yet you still consume the flesh
of animals.

367
00:24:21,430 --> 00:24:24,740
Grandma taught me never to judge
a species by their eating habits.

368
00:24:25,310 --> 00:24:26,948
"Enlightened" might be
too strong a word,

369
00:24:27,150 --> 00:24:28,902
but if youd been on Earth
50 years ago,

370
00:24:29,110 --> 00:24:31,180
I think youd be impressed
by what weve gotten done.

371
00:24:31,430 --> 00:24:33,580
You have yet to embrace
either patience or logic.

372
00:24:33,790 --> 00:24:35,667
You remain impulsive carnivores.

373
00:24:35,910 --> 00:24:38,265
Yeah? How about war?

374
00:24:38,470 --> 00:24:39,698
Disease? Hunger?

375
00:24:39,910 --> 00:24:42,299
Pretty much wiped them out
in less than two generations.

376
00:24:42,550 --> 00:24:44,268
I wouldnt call that small potatoes.

377
00:24:44,510 --> 00:24:46,102
It remains to be seen
whether humanity

378
00:24:46,310 --> 00:24:48,346
will revert to its baser instincts.

379
00:24:48,590 --> 00:24:51,309
Well, we used to have
cannibals on Earth.

380
00:24:51,550 --> 00:24:53,188
Who knows how far well revert?

381
00:24:53,710 --> 00:24:54,938
Lucky this isnt a long mission.

382
00:24:55,590 --> 00:24:57,148
Human instinct is pretty strong.

383
00:24:57,350 --> 00:24:59,022
You cant expect us
to change overnight.

384
00:24:59,230 --> 00:25:01,903
With proper discipline...

385
00:25:03,910 --> 00:25:05,502
...anythings possible.

386
00:25:15,310 --> 00:25:18,268
Warp 4.3, sir.

387
00:25:19,310 --> 00:25:20,504
Not much of a change.

388
00:25:20,750 --> 00:25:23,139
I dont know.
Does anybody else feel that?

389
00:25:23,350 --> 00:25:26,660
- Feel what?
- Those vibrations, like little tremors.

390
00:25:26,910 --> 00:25:28,980
Youre imagining it.

391
00:25:29,430 --> 00:25:32,263
Bring us to 4.4, ensign.

392
00:25:33,990 --> 00:25:35,184
There. What do you call that?

393
00:25:35,430 --> 00:25:38,149
The deflectors sequencing.
Its perfectly normal.

394
00:25:38,590 --> 00:25:41,980
Perhaps youd like to go
to your quarters and lie down.

395
00:25:44,550 --> 00:25:47,223
I was instructed to speak English
on this voyage,

396
00:25:47,430 --> 00:25:49,898
and I'd appreciate it
if youd respect that.

397
00:25:50,150 --> 00:25:51,469
Its easy to get a little jumpy

398
00:25:51,670 --> 00:25:54,628
when youre travelling
at 30 million kilometres a second.

399
00:25:54,830 --> 00:25:57,947
Should be old hat in a weeks time.

400
00:25:59,350 --> 00:26:01,739
- Archer.
- This is Dr Phlox, captain.

401
00:26:01,950 --> 00:26:03,941
Our patient is
regaining consciousness.

402
00:26:04,150 --> 00:26:06,948
On my way. Hoshi?

403
00:26:10,910 --> 00:26:12,138
Whats wrong?

404
00:26:12,350 --> 00:26:16,025
The translator,
its not locking on to his dialect.

405
00:26:16,230 --> 00:26:18,300
The syntax wont align.

406
00:26:19,870 --> 00:26:22,100
Tell him were taking him home.

407
00:26:27,310 --> 00:26:29,744
He wants to know who we are.

408
00:26:36,710 --> 00:26:39,861
- Ship, hes asking for his ship back.
- Say it was destroyed.

409
00:26:46,110 --> 00:26:51,184
Im not sure, but I think he said
something about eating the afterlife?

410
00:26:51,390 --> 00:26:53,028
Try the translator again.

411
00:26:56,230 --> 00:26:59,347
Im gonna need to run what weve got
through the phonetic processor.

412
00:27:01,190 --> 00:27:04,785
He says his wife has grown ugly?

413
00:27:05,230 --> 00:27:08,108
I am sorry, captain,
I'm doing the best I can.

414
00:27:08,350 --> 00:27:10,944
Excuse me. His prefrontal cortex
is hyperstimulated.

415
00:27:11,150 --> 00:27:13,425
I doubt he has any idea
what hes saying.

416
00:27:15,590 --> 00:27:17,945
I think the doctors right, captain,

417
00:27:18,150 --> 00:27:21,301
unless "stinky boots"
has something to do with all this.

418
00:27:23,510 --> 00:27:26,343
Thats the warp reactor again, right?

419
00:27:27,110 --> 00:27:28,338
Bridge, report.

420
00:27:28,550 --> 00:27:30,029
We've dropped out of warp, sir.

421
00:27:30,230 --> 00:27:31,788
Main power--

422
00:27:35,990 --> 00:27:38,629
Were losing power on all decks.

423
00:27:39,270 --> 00:27:41,181
I think I just saw something
off the starboard bow.

424
00:27:41,430 --> 00:27:42,829
- What?
- I dont know.

425
00:27:43,030 --> 00:27:44,861
It might have just been
the sensors going down.

426
00:27:53,870 --> 00:27:56,782
Auxiliary power should have kicked in
by now.

427
00:27:59,750 --> 00:28:01,342
Do you know how to tell him
to shut up?

428
00:28:01,550 --> 00:28:02,778
Shut up!

429
00:28:04,870 --> 00:28:07,304
You may have to sedate him.
I need to get to the bridge.

430
00:28:09,590 --> 00:28:11,785
Captain.

431
00:28:12,030 --> 00:28:13,258
Theres someone here.

432
00:28:51,870 --> 00:28:53,667
Crewman.

433
00:28:54,910 --> 00:28:56,866
Suliban.

434
00:29:15,590 --> 00:29:17,979
- You all right?
- Yeah.

435
00:29:36,390 --> 00:29:40,019
Weve got state-of-the-art sensors.
Why the hell didnt we detect them?

436
00:29:40,230 --> 00:29:43,381
Mr Reed thought he detected
something right before we lost power.

437
00:29:43,590 --> 00:29:46,184
The starboard sensor logs recorded
a spatial disturbance.

438
00:29:46,390 --> 00:29:48,062
Looks more like a glitch.

439
00:29:48,310 --> 00:29:50,505
Those werent glitches in Sickbay.

440
00:29:50,710 --> 00:29:53,099
I want a complete analysis
of that disturbance.

441
00:29:54,190 --> 00:29:57,102
- Where do we stand on weapons?
- I have to tune the targeting scanners.

442
00:29:57,550 --> 00:29:59,586
- What are you waiting for?
- Captain--

443
00:29:59,790 --> 00:30:01,428
The Klingon seemed to know
who they were.

444
00:30:01,630 --> 00:30:04,588
- See if you can translate what he said.
- Right away.

445
00:30:04,790 --> 00:30:06,018
Captain.

446
00:30:06,230 --> 00:30:08,346
Theres no way
you could have anticipated this.

447
00:30:08,550 --> 00:30:10,825
Im sure Ambassador Soval
will understand.

448
00:30:11,190 --> 00:30:12,669
Youre the science officer.

449
00:30:12,870 --> 00:30:14,508
Why dont you help Trip
with that analysis.

450
00:30:14,710 --> 00:30:16,507
The astrometric computer
in San Francisco

451
00:30:16,710 --> 00:30:17,938
will be far more effective.

452
00:30:18,150 --> 00:30:21,222
Were not going to San Francisco,
so make do with what weve got here.

453
00:30:21,430 --> 00:30:24,706
Youve lost the Klingon.
Your mission is over.

454
00:30:24,950 --> 00:30:26,747
I didnt lose the Klingon.
He was taken.

455
00:30:26,950 --> 00:30:29,180
And Im going to find out
who took him.

456
00:30:29,430 --> 00:30:33,184
How do you plan to do that?
Space is very big, captain.

457
00:30:33,390 --> 00:30:35,426
A shadow on your sensors
wont help you find them.

458
00:30:35,630 --> 00:30:37,029
This is a foolish mission.

459
00:30:38,390 --> 00:30:39,903
Come with me.

460
00:30:44,870 --> 00:30:47,225
Im not interested in what you think
about this mission.

461
00:30:47,430 --> 00:30:49,421
So take your Vulcan cynicism
and bury it

462
00:30:49,630 --> 00:30:50,983
along with your repressed emotions.

463
00:30:51,710 --> 00:30:54,065
Your reaction to this situation
is a perfect example

464
00:30:54,270 --> 00:30:56,909
of why your species should remain
in its own star system.

465
00:30:57,150 --> 00:31:00,938
Ive been listening to you Vulcans
tell us what not to do my entire life.

466
00:31:01,150 --> 00:31:03,823
I watched my father work his ass off
while your scientists held back

467
00:31:04,030 --> 00:31:06,590
just enough information
to keep him from succeeding.

468
00:31:07,270 --> 00:31:09,226
He deserved to see that launch.

469
00:31:09,430 --> 00:31:11,990
You may have life spans of 200 years,
we dont.

470
00:31:12,190 --> 00:31:14,101
You are going
to be contacting Starfleet

471
00:31:14,310 --> 00:31:15,789
to advise them of our situation.

472
00:31:16,030 --> 00:31:18,703
No, Im not, and neither are you.

473
00:31:18,910 --> 00:31:21,549
Now get the hell out there
and make yourself useful.

474
00:31:31,110 --> 00:31:32,304
What have you found, doctor?

475
00:31:32,510 --> 00:31:35,263
Mr Klaang was right about one thing.
He is a Suliban.

476
00:31:35,470 --> 00:31:37,825
But unless Im mistaken,
he is no ordinary one.

477
00:31:38,030 --> 00:31:40,021
- Meaning?
- His DNA is Suliban,

478
00:31:40,230 --> 00:31:41,982
but his anatomy has been altered.

479
00:31:42,190 --> 00:31:44,829
Look at this lung.

480
00:31:45,550 --> 00:31:47,347
Five bronchial lobes, you see.

481
00:31:47,710 --> 00:31:49,507
It should only have three.

482
00:31:49,710 --> 00:31:51,940
And look at the alveoli clusters.

483
00:31:52,150 --> 00:31:55,301
Theyve been modified to process
different kinds of atmosphere.

484
00:31:55,550 --> 00:31:57,427
Are you saying hes some kind
of a mutant?

485
00:31:57,670 --> 00:31:59,979
Well, I suppose I am,
but this was no accident.

486
00:32:00,190 --> 00:32:02,658
No freak of nature.
This man was the recipient

487
00:32:02,910 --> 00:32:05,947
of some very sophisticated
genetic engineering.

488
00:32:06,150 --> 00:32:07,981
Watch this.

489
00:32:09,430 --> 00:32:11,625
Subcutaneous pigment sacs.

490
00:32:15,070 --> 00:32:19,029
A bio-mimetic garment.
And the eyes are my favourite.

491
00:32:21,670 --> 00:32:22,898
Compound retinas.

492
00:32:23,110 --> 00:32:25,863
He most likely saw things
even your sensors couldnt detect.

493
00:32:26,110 --> 00:32:27,907
- Its not in their genome?
- No, certainly not.

494
00:32:28,110 --> 00:32:29,782
The Suliban are no more evolved
than humans.

495
00:32:29,990 --> 00:32:33,778
It is very impressive work, though.
Never seen anything quite like it.

496
00:32:34,230 --> 00:32:35,299
How about this?

497
00:32:35,510 --> 00:32:36,909
Its just background noise.

498
00:32:37,110 --> 00:32:39,340
Your sensors arent capable
of isolating plasma decay.

499
00:32:39,550 --> 00:32:42,189
How can you be so damn sure
what our sensors can do?

500
00:32:42,390 --> 00:32:46,144
Vulcan children play with toys
that are more sophisticated.

501
00:32:46,350 --> 00:32:50,343
You know, some people say you
Vulcans do nothing but patronise us.

502
00:32:50,550 --> 00:32:52,541
But if they were here now,
if they could see how far

503
00:32:52,750 --> 00:32:56,425
youre bending over backwards
to help me, they would eat their words.

504
00:32:56,630 --> 00:32:59,622
Your captains mission
was to return the Klingon to his people.

505
00:32:59,830 --> 00:33:01,707
He no longer has the Klingon.

506
00:33:01,910 --> 00:33:04,265
I realise hes only a simple earthling,

507
00:33:04,470 --> 00:33:06,984
but did it ever occur to you
that he might know what hes doing?

508
00:33:07,190 --> 00:33:10,102
Its no secret Starfleet hasnt been
around too long.

509
00:33:10,310 --> 00:33:13,063
God knows you remind us of that
every chance you get.

510
00:33:13,270 --> 00:33:15,830
But does that mean the man whos
been put in charge of this mission

511
00:33:16,030 --> 00:33:18,066
doesnt deserve our support?

512
00:33:18,270 --> 00:33:21,546
Then again, loyaltys an emotion.

513
00:33:21,750 --> 00:33:23,069
Isnt it?

514
00:33:23,270 --> 00:33:25,340
Any luck?

515
00:33:25,550 --> 00:33:26,699
Not really.

516
00:33:26,950 --> 00:33:29,305
My analysis of the spatial disturbance
Mr Reed saw

517
00:33:29,510 --> 00:33:32,502
indicates a stealth vessel
with a tricyclic plasma drive.

518
00:33:32,710 --> 00:33:34,666
If we can figure out the decay rate
of their plasma,

519
00:33:34,870 --> 00:33:36,428
well be able to find their warp trail.

520
00:33:36,630 --> 00:33:39,781
Unfortunately, your sensors were not
designed to measure plasma decay.

521
00:33:39,990 --> 00:33:43,300
Are you sure its safe
to stand so close to that?

522
00:33:43,510 --> 00:33:45,148
What have you got?

523
00:33:45,350 --> 00:33:47,261
Ive managed to translate
most of what Klaang said,

524
00:33:47,470 --> 00:33:48,585
but none of it makes sense.

525
00:33:48,790 --> 00:33:51,543
- Nothing about the Suliban?
- Nope.

526
00:33:51,750 --> 00:33:53,263
Does that name ring a bell to you?

527
00:33:53,590 --> 00:33:56,423
Theyre a somewhat primitive species
from Sector 3641,

528
00:33:56,630 --> 00:33:58,268
but theyve never posed a threat.

529
00:33:58,510 --> 00:34:00,546
Well, they have now.

530
00:34:00,750 --> 00:34:02,103
Did he say anything about Earth?

531
00:34:02,310 --> 00:34:03,709
The words not even
in their database.

532
00:34:03,910 --> 00:34:06,504
Its all there. There are only
four words that I couldnt translate.

533
00:34:06,710 --> 00:34:08,382
Probably just proper nouns.

534
00:34:08,590 --> 00:34:12,947
"Jelik, Sarin, Rigel, Tholia."

535
00:34:13,150 --> 00:34:15,345
Anything sound familiar?

536
00:34:17,990 --> 00:34:20,026
T'Pol?

537
00:34:20,230 --> 00:34:22,141
Rigel is a planetary system.

538
00:34:22,350 --> 00:34:25,023
Approximately 15 light-years
from our present position.

539
00:34:25,230 --> 00:34:26,379
Why the hesitation?

540
00:34:27,070 --> 00:34:29,982
According to the navigational logs
salvaged from Klaangs ship,

541
00:34:30,190 --> 00:34:34,581
Rigel Ten was the last place he stopped
before crashing on your planet.

542
00:34:34,790 --> 00:34:36,587
Why do I get the feeling
you werent gonna share

543
00:34:36,790 --> 00:34:38,143
that little piece of information?

544
00:34:38,350 --> 00:34:41,183
I wasnt authorised to reveal
the details of our findings.

545
00:34:41,870 --> 00:34:44,543
The next time I learn
youre withholding something,

546
00:34:44,750 --> 00:34:46,308
youre gonna spend
the rest of this voyage

547
00:34:46,510 --> 00:34:49,149
confined to some very cramped
quarters. Understood?

548
00:34:51,710 --> 00:34:53,348
- Archer to helm.
- Mayweather.

549
00:34:53,550 --> 00:34:56,986
Go into the Vulcan star charts
and find a system called Rigel.

550
00:34:57,190 --> 00:34:59,101
Then set a course
for the tenth planet.

551
00:34:59,310 --> 00:35:00,789
Yes, sir.

552
00:35:22,990 --> 00:35:24,946
Are you certain hes telling the truth?

553
00:35:25,150 --> 00:35:28,222
Absolutely certain.
The drugs are working.

554
00:36:01,670 --> 00:36:04,264
Keep him alive while I'm gone.

555
00:36:16,270 --> 00:36:19,387
As soon as weve tied down, well be
descending into the trade complex.

556
00:36:19,590 --> 00:36:21,103
It has 36 levels.

557
00:36:21,310 --> 00:36:23,460
Your translators have been
programmed for Rigelian.

558
00:36:23,670 --> 00:36:25,900
However, youll encounter numerous
other species.

559
00:36:26,110 --> 00:36:29,500
Many of them are known
to be impatient with newcomers.

560
00:36:29,710 --> 00:36:32,224
None of them have seen
a human before.

561
00:36:32,590 --> 00:36:34,308
You have a tendency
to be gregarious.

562
00:36:34,510 --> 00:36:37,741
I suggest you try to restrain
that tendency.

563
00:36:37,990 --> 00:36:40,345
You forgot to warn us
about drinking the water.

564
00:36:40,750 --> 00:36:43,548
Dr Phlox isnt concerned
with the food and water.

565
00:36:43,750 --> 00:36:46,548
But he does caution
against intimate contact.

566
00:36:47,830 --> 00:36:50,663
The Vulcans told us Klaang
was a courier.

567
00:36:50,870 --> 00:36:52,986
If he was there to get something,
whoever gave it to him

568
00:36:53,190 --> 00:36:54,703
might know why he was taken.

569
00:36:55,150 --> 00:36:56,663
It was just a few days ago.

570
00:36:56,870 --> 00:36:59,862
A 7-foot Klingon
doesnt go unnoticed.

571
00:38:03,950 --> 00:38:05,622
What in the world...?

572
00:38:07,550 --> 00:38:10,303
Its nothing that concerns us.

573
00:38:47,790 --> 00:38:51,783
Would you like to meet them?
I can arrange it.

574
00:38:51,990 --> 00:38:53,389
Is this where you saw Klaang?

575
00:38:53,630 --> 00:38:58,658
Ill show you where,
but first you should enjoy yourselves.

576
00:38:58,870 --> 00:39:01,338
Which one would you prefer?

577
00:39:01,750 --> 00:39:03,024
We should get going.

578
00:39:03,790 --> 00:39:07,305
Are those real butterflies
or some kind of holograms?

579
00:39:09,550 --> 00:39:10,903
Sir.

580
00:39:11,110 --> 00:39:14,989
Oh, yes. Absolutely. Youre right.

581
00:40:01,470 --> 00:40:03,347
- TPol to Archer.
- Go ahead.

582
00:40:03,550 --> 00:40:05,745
- Hey.
- Central Security claims to have

583
00:40:05,990 --> 00:40:07,184
no record of Klaang.

584
00:40:07,390 --> 00:40:09,585
But they told me about an enclave
on Level 19,

585
00:40:09,790 --> 00:40:13,260
where Klingons have been known
to go, something about live food.

586
00:40:13,470 --> 00:40:14,744
Where on Level 19?

587
00:40:14,950 --> 00:40:18,181
The easternmost subsection,
by the geothermal shafts.

588
00:40:18,790 --> 00:40:20,860
- I'll meet you as soon as I can.
- What are you doing?

589
00:40:21,110 --> 00:40:23,021
- Leave the kid alone.
- Dont get involved.

590
00:40:23,230 --> 00:40:25,027
You see what shes doing?
Hes gonna suffocate.

591
00:40:25,230 --> 00:40:26,345
Theyre Lorillians.

592
00:40:26,550 --> 00:40:28,905
Before the age of 4,
they can only breathe methyl oxide.

593
00:40:29,110 --> 00:40:32,500
The mother is simply weaning
her son.

594
00:40:32,710 --> 00:40:34,063
Could have fooled me.

595
00:40:34,270 --> 00:40:36,830
Humans cant refrain
from drawing conclusions.

596
00:40:37,070 --> 00:40:39,220
You should learn to objectify
other cultures.

597
00:40:39,430 --> 00:40:43,503
So you know when to interfere
and when not to.

598
00:40:57,390 --> 00:40:59,824
Isnt an enclave
supposed to have people?

599
00:41:00,030 --> 00:41:02,146
Enclave can mean a lot of things.

600
00:41:02,350 --> 00:41:07,265
TPol said something about live food.
I dont see any restaurants.

601
00:41:08,190 --> 00:41:10,067
Hello!

602
00:41:11,670 --> 00:41:13,786
Excuse me.

603
00:41:15,910 --> 00:41:18,344
They look Klingon to me.

604
00:41:23,870 --> 00:41:25,906
Archer to TPol.

605
00:41:28,750 --> 00:41:30,661
TPol, come in.

606
00:41:31,910 --> 00:41:34,947
Maybe we should get back
to where there are more people.

607
00:41:36,510 --> 00:41:39,343
There are plenty of people
right here.

608
00:41:42,070 --> 00:41:43,981
Stay behind me.

609
00:42:47,310 --> 00:42:49,187
Youre looking for Klaang.

610
00:42:49,390 --> 00:42:52,029
- Why?
- Who the hell are you?

611
00:42:52,750 --> 00:42:54,706
My name is Sarin.

612
00:42:55,510 --> 00:42:58,024
Tell me about the people
who took Klaang off your ship.

613
00:42:58,950 --> 00:43:01,305
I was hoping you could tell me.

614
00:43:01,510 --> 00:43:03,785
They looked a lot
like your friends outside.

615
00:43:03,990 --> 00:43:05,264
Where were you taking him?

616
00:43:06,310 --> 00:43:07,982
Why dont you look like your friends?

617
00:43:08,430 --> 00:43:11,069
Would you prefer I did?

618
00:43:11,310 --> 00:43:14,108
What I'd prefer is you give me
Klaang back.

619
00:43:14,350 --> 00:43:16,181
So you could take him where?

620
00:43:16,390 --> 00:43:18,620
Home.

621
00:43:18,830 --> 00:43:21,139
We were just taking him home.

622
00:43:23,790 --> 00:43:26,543
You better be careful.
Im a lot bigger than you are.

623
00:43:26,790 --> 00:43:30,829
If youre thinking of harming me,
Id advise against it.

624
00:43:32,950 --> 00:43:34,383
What are you doing?

625
00:43:35,470 --> 00:43:38,268
Why were you taking Klaang home?

626
00:43:40,230 --> 00:43:42,061
You know,
under different circumstances,

627
00:43:42,270 --> 00:43:44,704
I might be flattered by this, but--

628
00:43:55,550 --> 00:43:58,667
Thats never happened before.

629
00:44:01,110 --> 00:44:03,305
Ive been given the ability
to measure trust,

630
00:44:03,510 --> 00:44:05,466
but it requires close contact.

631
00:44:05,710 --> 00:44:07,029
Youre Suliban.

632
00:44:07,270 --> 00:44:10,387
I was a member of the Cabal,
but not any longer.

633
00:44:10,590 --> 00:44:13,058
The price of evolution was too high.

634
00:44:13,510 --> 00:44:14,943
Evolution?

635
00:44:15,150 --> 00:44:17,948
Some of my people are so anxious
to improve themselves

636
00:44:18,150 --> 00:44:20,027
that theyve lost perspective.

637
00:44:20,270 --> 00:44:23,307
So you know Im not lying to you.
Now what?

638
00:44:23,670 --> 00:44:25,945
Klaang was carrying a message
to his people.

639
00:44:26,190 --> 00:44:28,545
- How do you know that?
- I gave it to him.

640
00:44:28,910 --> 00:44:30,263
What kind of message?

641
00:44:30,510 --> 00:44:33,468
The Suliban have been staging attacks
within The Klingon Empire.

642
00:44:33,670 --> 00:44:36,309
Making it appear that one faction
is attacking another.

643
00:44:36,510 --> 00:44:38,978
Klaang was bringing proof of this
to his High Council.

644
00:44:39,190 --> 00:44:42,580
Without that proof,
the empire could be thrown into chaos.

645
00:44:42,790 --> 00:44:44,667
Why would the Suliban want that?

646
00:44:44,870 --> 00:44:47,020
The Cabal doesnt make decisions
on its own.

647
00:44:47,230 --> 00:44:49,983
Theyre simply soldiers
fighting a Temporal Cold War.

648
00:44:50,230 --> 00:44:51,822
Temporal?

649
00:44:52,030 --> 00:44:53,463
Youve lost me.

650
00:44:53,710 --> 00:44:56,144
Theyre taking orders
from the distant future.

651
00:44:57,070 --> 00:44:58,822
- What?
- We can help you find Klaang,

652
00:44:59,070 --> 00:45:01,789
but we dont have a starship.
Youll have to take us with you.

653
00:45:32,990 --> 00:45:36,221
- Wheres your vessel?
- On the roof, Docking Port 3.

654
00:45:36,470 --> 00:45:37,869
This way.

655
00:46:07,870 --> 00:46:09,542
Trip.

656
00:46:15,430 --> 00:46:17,386
Find Klaang.

657
00:46:41,910 --> 00:46:43,423
Wheres the pod?

658
00:46:43,630 --> 00:46:45,825
- Over here.
- No, its this way.

659
00:46:47,470 --> 00:46:49,301
Come on.

660
00:46:52,990 --> 00:46:55,584
Lieutenant Reed, this is Archer.
Come in.

661
00:46:56,230 --> 00:46:57,868
You're breaking up.
Can you hear me?

662
00:46:58,070 --> 00:46:59,389
Were on the roof.

663
00:46:59,590 --> 00:47:01,262
You need to get up here
as quickly as...

664
00:47:03,990 --> 00:47:05,469
Weve been trying to reach you,
captain.

665
00:47:05,670 --> 00:47:07,706
- Were back in the shuttle.
- Ask him where they are.

666
00:47:07,950 --> 00:47:10,669
- This storms getting worse.
- Captain, whats your location?

667
00:47:10,870 --> 00:47:11,905
The weather is definitely...

668
00:47:16,910 --> 00:47:19,504
- Great.
- Like I said, its back there.

669
00:47:47,510 --> 00:47:49,978
Ive never seen lightning
in a snowstorm before.

670
00:47:50,230 --> 00:47:53,108
The storms kicking up
too much interference.

671
00:47:54,510 --> 00:47:56,387
I cant isolate human bio-signs.

672
00:47:56,590 --> 00:47:58,148
They could be anywhere
in the complex.

673
00:47:58,390 --> 00:47:59,982
Try Vulcan bio-signs.

674
00:48:04,470 --> 00:48:06,586
I found her.

675
00:48:28,430 --> 00:48:30,148
Get Hoshi to the ship.

676
00:48:31,950 --> 00:48:33,429
Now.

677
00:48:47,150 --> 00:48:48,105
Go.

678
00:48:48,310 --> 00:48:50,346
Enterprise needs its captain.
Give me the weapons.

679
00:48:50,550 --> 00:48:51,949
I said, go.

680
00:49:25,430 --> 00:49:28,866
- The starboard thruster's down.
- Ignore it. Take us up.

681
00:49:38,110 --> 00:49:40,578
We need instructions.

682
00:49:40,830 --> 00:49:42,741
Open a channel.

683
00:49:42,950 --> 00:49:45,225
- Subcommander TPol to Enterprise.
- Go ahead.

684
00:49:45,710 --> 00:49:48,702
Well be docking in four minutes.
Have Dr Phlox meet us in Decon.

685
00:49:48,910 --> 00:49:51,219
Acknowledged.
Is someone wounded?

686
00:49:51,670 --> 00:49:53,308
The captain.

687
00:49:53,510 --> 00:49:55,421
Im taking command of Enterprise.

688
00:50:08,110 --> 00:50:10,180
- I cant do it.
- Yes, you can.

689
00:50:10,390 --> 00:50:12,699
Take her up, straight and steady.

690
00:50:20,710 --> 00:50:21,904
Damn.

691
00:50:27,310 --> 00:50:31,781
You cant be afraid of the wind.
Learn to trust it.

692
00:50:40,790 --> 00:50:43,350
It shouldnt take more
than a few moments.

693
00:50:44,030 --> 00:50:45,383
Is this really necessary?

694
00:50:45,590 --> 00:50:46,659
The others scanned negative.

695
00:50:46,870 --> 00:50:49,748
You two, unfortunately,
were exposed to a protocystian spore.

696
00:50:49,990 --> 00:50:52,868
Ive loaded the appropriate decon gel
into compartment B.

697
00:50:53,070 --> 00:50:55,823
Tell Mr Mayweather to prepare
to leave orbit.

698
00:50:56,030 --> 00:50:58,260
- Hows the captain?
- Im treating his wound.

699
00:50:58,470 --> 00:51:01,826
- Will he be all right?
- Eventually.

700
00:51:21,510 --> 00:51:23,785
Correct me if Im wrong,

701
00:51:23,990 --> 00:51:26,663
but arent you just kind of an observer
on this mission?

702
00:51:26,870 --> 00:51:30,340
I dont remember anyone telling me
you were a member of Starfleet.

703
00:51:30,550 --> 00:51:32,620
My Vulcan rank supersedes yours.

704
00:51:32,830 --> 00:51:34,309
Apples and oranges.

705
00:51:34,550 --> 00:51:37,110
This is an Earth vessel.
Youre in no position to take command.

706
00:51:37,310 --> 00:51:40,108
As soon as were through here,
I'll contact Ambassador Soval.

707
00:51:40,310 --> 00:51:42,028
Hell speak to your superiors,

708
00:51:42,270 --> 00:51:45,546
and Im certain they will support
my authority in this situation.

709
00:51:48,150 --> 00:51:51,301
You must really be proud of yourself.

710
00:51:51,510 --> 00:51:52,784
You can put an end to this mission

711
00:51:52,990 --> 00:51:55,743
while the captains still unconscious
in Sickbay.

712
00:51:55,950 --> 00:51:58,180
You wont even have to look him
in the eye.

713
00:51:59,070 --> 00:52:00,822
Your precious cargo was stolen,

714
00:52:01,190 --> 00:52:03,385
three Suliban, perhaps more,
were killed,

715
00:52:03,590 --> 00:52:06,024
and Captain Archer
has been seriously wounded.

716
00:52:06,230 --> 00:52:09,779
It seems, to me, this mission
has put an end to itself.

717
00:52:09,990 --> 00:52:12,026
Turn around.

718
00:52:15,830 --> 00:52:17,582
Lets say youre right.

719
00:52:17,790 --> 00:52:20,463
Lets say we screwed up
just like you always knew we would.

720
00:52:20,670 --> 00:52:23,343
Its still a good bet that whoever
blew that hole in the captains leg

721
00:52:23,550 --> 00:52:26,462
is connected somehow
to the people that took Klaang.

722
00:52:26,670 --> 00:52:28,945
I fail to see your point.

723
00:52:29,150 --> 00:52:31,505
Captain Archer deserves a chance
to see this through.

724
00:52:31,710 --> 00:52:33,746
If you knew him, youd realise
thats what hes about.

725
00:52:33,950 --> 00:52:36,510
He needs to finish what he starts.

726
00:52:36,710 --> 00:52:38,382
His daddy was the same way.

727
00:52:39,070 --> 00:52:41,538
You obviously share
your captains belief that my people

728
00:52:41,750 --> 00:52:44,583
were responsible for impeding
Henry Archers accomplishments.

729
00:52:44,790 --> 00:52:48,783
He only wanted to see
his engine fly.

730
00:52:48,990 --> 00:52:51,424
They never even gave him
the chance to fail.

731
00:52:51,630 --> 00:52:54,861
And here you are, 30 years later,
proving just how consistent

732
00:52:55,070 --> 00:52:57,265
you Vulcans can be.

733
00:53:14,270 --> 00:53:15,988
Very nice.

734
00:53:16,190 --> 00:53:19,500
Very nice.
Your my of ibers are fusing beautifully.

735
00:53:19,710 --> 00:53:21,940
- How long have--?
- Less than six hours.

736
00:53:22,150 --> 00:53:24,618
I thought it best to keep you sedated
while the osmotic eel

737
00:53:24,830 --> 00:53:26,309
cauterised your wound.

738
00:53:27,470 --> 00:53:29,381
Thanks.

739
00:53:31,150 --> 00:53:32,788
How you doing, captain?

740
00:53:32,990 --> 00:53:34,423
Well, that depends.

741
00:53:34,630 --> 00:53:36,382
Whats been going on
the last six hours?

742
00:53:36,590 --> 00:53:37,818
As your highest ranking officer,

743
00:53:38,030 --> 00:53:40,021
I assumed command
while you were incapacitated.

744
00:53:41,070 --> 00:53:43,459
Are we under way?

745
00:53:44,750 --> 00:53:46,945
You didnt waste much time,
did you?

746
00:53:47,150 --> 00:53:48,503
Is he fit to resume command?

747
00:53:48,710 --> 00:53:51,429
As long as he returns
for more eel therapy tomorrow.

748
00:53:51,950 --> 00:53:53,747
How long before we get back
to Earth?

749
00:53:53,950 --> 00:53:54,939
Earth, sir?

750
00:53:55,150 --> 00:53:56,742
Were currently tracking
the Suliban vessel

751
00:53:56,950 --> 00:53:59,339
that left Rigel
shortly after you were injured.

752
00:54:01,950 --> 00:54:05,625
You got their plasma decay rate?

753
00:54:05,870 --> 00:54:08,509
With Mr Tuckers assistance,
I modified your sensors.

754
00:54:08,710 --> 00:54:12,589
We now have the resolution
to detect their warp trail.

755
00:54:13,550 --> 00:54:15,700
What happened to,
"This is a foolish mission"?

756
00:54:15,910 --> 00:54:17,946
This is a foolish mission.

757
00:54:18,150 --> 00:54:22,826
The Suliban are clearly a hostile race
with technology far superior to yours.

758
00:54:23,030 --> 00:54:26,181
But as acting captain, I was obligated
to anticipate your wishes.

759
00:54:26,430 --> 00:54:30,821
As acting captain, you could have done
whatever the hell you wanted to do.

760
00:54:31,030 --> 00:54:32,782
I should return to the bridge.

761
00:54:34,830 --> 00:54:36,946
Dismissed.

762
00:54:39,550 --> 00:54:44,783
Modifying the sensors
was her idea, sir.

763
00:54:48,630 --> 00:54:50,666
Enterprise starlog,
Captain Jonathan Archer.

764
00:54:50,870 --> 00:54:53,942
April 16th, 2151.

765
00:54:54,150 --> 00:54:56,380
Weve been tracking the Suliban ship
for ten hours,

766
00:54:56,590 --> 00:54:59,741
thanks to our science officer,
who came up with a way

767
00:54:59,950 --> 00:55:02,066
to tweak the sensors.

768
00:55:02,990 --> 00:55:05,185
Computer, pause.

769
00:55:05,390 --> 00:55:08,188
I save her life,
now shes helping us with the mission.

770
00:55:08,430 --> 00:55:13,106
"One good turn deserves another."
Doesnt sound very Vulcan.

771
00:55:13,310 --> 00:55:14,709
Resume log.

772
00:55:16,870 --> 00:55:19,907
I have no reason to believe
that Klaang is still alive,

773
00:55:20,110 --> 00:55:22,670
but if what the Suliban woman
told me is true,

774
00:55:22,870 --> 00:55:25,543
its crucial that we try to find him.

775
00:55:25,750 --> 00:55:26,899
Computer, pause.

776
00:55:27,110 --> 00:55:29,988
Have you ever known a Vulcan
to return a favour?

777
00:55:30,910 --> 00:55:33,868
No. Neither have I.

778
00:55:34,790 --> 00:55:36,018
Resume log.

779
00:55:36,790 --> 00:55:39,099
I still havent decided whether
to ask Subcommander TPol

780
00:55:39,310 --> 00:55:42,859
about this Temporal Cold War.

781
00:55:43,070 --> 00:55:46,346
My instincts tell me not to trust her.

782
00:55:47,630 --> 00:55:49,825
Computer, pause.

783
00:55:50,030 --> 00:55:52,544
Archer to TPol. Report.

784
00:55:52,750 --> 00:55:55,105
If youre feeling well enough
to come to the bridge, captain,

785
00:55:55,310 --> 00:55:57,505
now would be a good time.

786
00:56:06,230 --> 00:56:07,948
Its a gas giant.

787
00:56:08,150 --> 00:56:11,222
From the looks of it,
a Class 6 or 7.

788
00:56:11,430 --> 00:56:12,749
Class 7.

789
00:56:12,950 --> 00:56:16,181
The Suliban vessel dropped to impulse
a few hours ago and altered course.

790
00:56:16,390 --> 00:56:19,427
Their new heading took them through
its outer radiation belt.

791
00:56:19,750 --> 00:56:22,105
- Weve lost them.
- Yes.

792
00:56:24,790 --> 00:56:26,826
Move us in closer.

793
00:56:33,590 --> 00:56:35,342
Anything?

794
00:56:35,550 --> 00:56:37,859
The radiations dissipated
their warp trail.

795
00:56:38,070 --> 00:56:39,822
Im only picking up fragments.

796
00:56:40,230 --> 00:56:41,822
You finished helping us?

797
00:56:47,470 --> 00:56:51,145
Lieutenant, run a spectral analysis
of the fragments.

798
00:56:53,710 --> 00:56:56,941
Theres too much distortion.
The decay rates dont even match.

799
00:57:01,950 --> 00:57:04,225
Calculate the trajectory
of each fragment.

800
00:57:05,310 --> 00:57:06,948
Sir?

 
 
 
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