Sep. 26, 2001
60 min.
UPN TV Network

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Star Trek: Enterprise - 04x09 Kir'Shara (3)

4x09 Kir'Shara (3)

5/5 (2 votes)
First Aired: Dec. 03, 2004 on UPN

Summary: -

The Vulcans have decimated the Syrrannite compound.

Archer — with T'Pol and T'Pau — is driven on to bring the Kir'Shara relic to the Vulcan High Command.

V'Las has succeeded in convincing his fellow High Command members that the Andorians will be using Xindi technology to…
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Main Characters in this Episode

Guest Stars

Captain Jonathan Archer played by Scott Bakula
Commander T'Pol played by Jolene Blalock
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III played by Connor Trinneer
Administrator V'Las played by Robert Foxworth
Minister Kuvak played by John Rubinstein
Koss played by Michael Reilly Burke
T'Pau played by Kara Zediker
Talok played by Todd Stashwick

Episode Quotes

Captain Jonathan Archer: Ever since the meld, I've felt more... centered. It's hard to explain. My whole life, I've never really understood Vulcans. Why they work so hard to suppress their emotions. Now it all seems to make sense. Next thing you know, I'll be taking up meditation.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: Have you told Starfleet you're planning to warn the Andorians?
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: No.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: Have you any idea what the Admiral will do when he finds out?
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: I'll save you a seat at my court martial.
Vulcan Ambassador Soval: Lieutenant Reed appeared unsettled.
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: Some of the crew're wondering if I'm doing the right thing. Can't say I blame 'em. I'm not so sure myself.
Vulcan Ambassador Soval: I have no doubt Captain Archer would pursue the same course of action.
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: That's what I keep telling myself.


  • SPOILER: While it is not explicitly revealed that Talok is a Romulan, it is implied that Romulans and Vulcans share the same lineage when he tells V'Las that "the reunification of our people is only a matter of time."
  • SPOILER: The revelation that the character of Major Talok was actually a Romulan disguised as Vulcan was actually a cost-saving measure. The Romulan that V'Las was to be revealed as conspiring at the end of the episode with was originally a separate character, however budget constraints left no more money to hire another actor for a speaking role. Writer Michael Sussman adjusted the scene, turning Talok into the Romulan spy, as the Major's role had already been budgeted for.
  • This takes place in 2154.
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