Season 4

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Enterprise Season 4 - Arguably the best Enterprise season, most fans will probably say season 3, myself included, but season 4 certainly is a very strong season. Heavy influenced by Manny Coto who came on board after the cancellation of Odyssey 5. Season 4 is probably a premiere in itself because I don't believe there is ever been any other TV Series that tried what season 4 of Enterprise has done. That is of course the many two or three episode stories, all through the season. That was very unique. It had some great guest stars but the most interesting of them of course was Brent Spiner as Dr. Arik Soong. Brent Spiner really shined in a three-part episode story.

 

I personally think Enterprise could have gone on for a few more seasons, it was getting better with each season. The series finale of course was a huge let down, the Enterprise crew should have been the centre of the episode, it was their series finale but instead it became Riker's (and Troi).

 

In itself I don't hate the episode, I think I can say I would enjoy it if it not would have been the series finale, but yeah, water under the bridge. Some of my favourite season 4 episodes are: Storm Front; Home; Borderland; Cold Station 12; The Augments; The Forge; Awakening; Kir'Shara; In the Mirror Darkly; Demons & Terra Prime, in other words, almost every season 4 episode!

 

Season 4 is the first season which was also broadcast in HD back in 2004/2005. Although there was significant improvements of the first three seasons but season 4 is definitely the very best PQ wise. It really looks stunning! I personally thought season 3 already was quite an improvement but season 4 is what it should be from the start.

 

Season 4 probably has the most special features of all 4 seasons, a lot of new extra's. A 4-part special feature called Before Her Time: decommissioning Enterprise, 30 minutes each, In conversation with the Star Trek writers (90 minutes), audio commentaries, Script Gallery: Original Ending, and all the extra's which were also on the DVD sets. This completes the Blu-Ray release of the complete series of Star Trek: Enterprise, my second favourite Star Trek series. It's a pity it did not last as long as the other modern Trek series like The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager. The Romulan War, the birth of the Federation, it would been an exciting time indeed!

 

Extra Information regarding this Blu Ray Release:

 

  • Blu-ray Disc
  • Six-disc set (6 BDs)
  • Codec: MPEG-4 AVC
  • Resolution: 1080p
  • Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
  • Original aspect ratio: 1.78:1
  • English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
  • Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0
  • French: Dolby Digital 2.0
  • Japanese: Dolby Digital 2.0
  • German: Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Italian: Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Subs: English SDH, French, Spanish, Japanese, German, Italian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish
  • Packaging: Standard Blu-Ray Case with Slip

 

Special Features:

 

Star Trek: Enterprise - Season Four features an abundance of mostly excellent supplemental content. It's a mixture of new and old material that helps shape the candid story of Enterprise and its fourth season in particular. Supplements appear on every disc; disc six houses the bulk of the material.

 

 

Disc One:

 

  • Deleted Scene (SD, 2:45): From "Storm Front, Part I."
  • Extended Scene (HD, 1:17): From "Home."
  • Script Gallery: Original Ending (HD): From the supplement description: "The...script pages represent the original ending to the episode "Home" written by Michael Sussman. The scene was dropped prior to the start of principal photography due to time and budgetary constraints."
  • Enterprise Moments: Season Four (SD, 16:26): A vintage supplement in which cast and crew recall season three's cliffhanger and resolving it in season four. The piece also examines a handful of episodes, including "The Forge," "Borderland," and "These are the Voyages..." It also highlights Brent Spiner's appearance, the series' "dual endings," exploring canon that had heretofore been ignored, and thoughts on the series' closure. 

 

Disc Two:

 

  • Audio Commentary: Writers Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens and Star Trek Experts Mike & Denise Okuda for "The Forge."
  • Text Commentary: Star Trek Experts Mike & Denise Okuda for "The Forge" (text from 2005).

Disc Three:

 

  • Audio Commentary: Writers Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens and Star Trek Experts Mike & Denise Okuda for "Observer Effect."

 

Disc Four:

 

  • Audio Commentary: Director David Livingston and Writers Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens for "United."
  • Deleted Scene (SD, 0:53): From "The Aenar."

 

Disc Five:

 

  • Audio Commentaries: Director James L. Conway, Writer Mike Sussman, and Star Trek Experts Mike & Denise Okuda for "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part I," Writer/Producer Mike Sussman and Editorial Director for StarTrek.com Tim Gaskill for "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part I" (from 2005 and StarTrek.com), Writer/Producer Mike Sussman and Editorial Director for StarTrek.com Tim Gaskill for "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II" (from 2005 and StarTrek.com), and Actors Connor Trinneer and Dominic Keating for "Demons."
  • Text Commentary: Star Trek Experts Mike & Denise Okuda for "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II" (text from 2005).
  • Deleted Scene (SD, 2:28): From "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II."
  • Archival Mission Log: Inside the Mirror Episodes (SD, 15:42): A discussion of creating a "Mirror Universe" story in the Enterprise timeline, Defiant set design, costumes, alien character construction, and more.

 

Disc Six:

 

  • Audio Commentaries: Actors Connor Trinneer and Dominic Keating for "Terra Prime" and Writers Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens and Editorial Director for StarTrek.com Tim Gaskill for "Terra Prime" (from 2005 and StarTrek.com).
  • Text Commentary: Star Trek Experts Mike & Denise Okuda for "These are the Voyages..."
  • Before Her Time: Decommissioning Enterprise Part One: New Voices (HD, 26:49): A look at the effort to link the series to the original program, Manny Coto's lead role in the series and his vision for season four, Brannon Braga's departure, the series' potential and Coto's push towards a true "prequel" show, his vision for what the series might have been, the World War II storyline, the Vulcan arc, and Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens' contributions.
  • Before Her Time: Decommissioning Enterprise Part Two: Memorable Voyages (HD, 29:42): An examination of the "make or break" season four, budget cuts and the resultant blessings in disguise, Brent Spiner's appearance on the program, the effort to bring William Shatner onto the show, the Mirror Universe episodes, recreating the 1960s starship style, and the Trip-T'pol relationship.
  • Before Her Time: Decommissioning Enterprise Part Three: Final Approach (HD, 30:05): An examination of the show's descent towards cancellation in the shadow of UPN's own troubles, network versus studio interests, creative differences, the politics of the cancellation, the network's failure to properly read demographics and ratings, the one-year head-to-head comparison between Enterprise and Battlestar Galactica, the fans' efforts to save the show, emotional farewells, Archer's final major speech, thoughts on the final episode, and what might have been in future seasons.
  • Before Her Time: Decommissioning Enterprise Part Four: End of an Era (HD, 29:14): This piece begins with a look back at Rick Berman's tenure at the top and moves on to feature cast and crew recalling their thoughts on the series' end and Brannon Braga's hopes for the franchise's future.
  • In Conversation: Writing Star Trek: Enterprise (HD, 1:29:52): Consulting Producer David A. Goodman, Co-Producer André Bormanis, Producer Michael Sussman, Co-Producer Phyllis Strong, Co-Producers Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, Co-Executive Producer Chris Black, and Brannon Braga remember a number of anecdotes that evolve into detailed, oftentimes fascinating discussions across a wide swath of Star Trek history and the Enterprise production experience. Discussions include the shape the series took versus the shape it was imagined to be, the joys and challenges of the Enterprise writing process, and the franchise's television future.
  • Archival Mission Logs: Visual Effects Magic (SD, 13:27): A look at the construction of special effects sequences from Storm Front, Part II, creating Xindi aliens, building digital Tholians, launching the Columbia, and creating the Xindi super weapon.
  • Archival Mission Logs: Links to the Legacy (SD, 4:27): Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens examine some of the older ideas that are more fully fleshed out in Enterprise.
  • Archival Mission Logs: Enterprise Secrets (SD, 5:53): Second Assistant Director David Trotti takes viewers behind-the-scenes of the series' final shot.
  • Archival Mission Logs: That's a Wrap! (HD, 9:01): Cast and crew interview and speech snippets from the wrap party.
  • Archival Mission Logs: Enterprise Goes to the Dogs (SD, 12:44): A lengthy look at Portho's place in the series.
  • Archival Mission Logs: Westmore's Aliens: Creating Dr. Phlox and Beyond (SD, 5:18): A brief look at Enterprise alien design with Make-Up Designer Michael Westmore, with focus on T'Pol and Phlox.
  • Archival Mission Logs: Outtakes (SD, 2:17).
  • Archival Mission Logs: Photo Gallery (HD).
  • Archival Mission Logs: NX-01 File 10 (SD, 4:43): A look at a fan protest gathering in opposition to Enterprise's cancellation. The cast also chimes in on its loyal fan base.

Season 3

For a Full Review + Screenshots: TrekMovie/Enterprise - Season 3

 

Star Trek: Enterprise, Season 3, may well be it's finest season, a story arc which spans the whole season. It holds a few failures but on the whole it's a fantastic season. The Enterprise crew goes into the expanse to try to find out who the Xindi are and why they attacked planet Earth. This season it's the captain who is one of the most interesting characters. Archer changes a lot over the course of this season, making decisions he normally would not make, a tough Captain.

 

I never really cared for standalone TV Series, that's why Star Trek: The Next Generation, which I do like, will never be my favourite Trek series. Enterprise's third season follows in the footsteps of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine with telling stories which are all linked to each other, in other words, serialized storytelling. This kind of storytelling let's your characters develop, let's a story develop. Viewers need to be alert, can't miss an episode and it needs to be told so that viewers don't want to miss an episode. In this, season 3 is mostly successful.

 

Season 3 consists of many exciting episodes, most of them are good or even great, of course there are also a few which were not so great. To name a few episodes which are good or great even are: The season opener The Xindi, Anomaly, Twilight, Similitude, The Shipment, Carpenter Street, Proving Ground, Harbinger, Azati Prime, Damage, The Forgotten, The Council, Countdown & Zero Hour. At this point I can actually only name one bad episode which is the third episode of the season "Extinction" but for the rest they are really good or great episodes.

 

Regarding the Blu-Ray itself, the PQ of season three looks a lot like it was in season two. That means it's better than the first season but not better as season two which was something were obviously were hoping for. Guess we will have to wait for season four for that. The live action scenes generally looks good but like the first two seasons, there is also an inherent softness to many of the shots. The outdoor scenes are the best examples, when the lighting is good, it all looks pretty detailed. Season 3′s CGI appears to be all rendered at 720p (or better), only the periodic reused stock shots of Enterprise at warp from Season 1 are obviously low quality. That’s not to say that it’s all perfect, the increasing use of CGI for landscapes, factories, and now characters (i.e. Xindi-Aquatics and Xindi-Insectoids) means that the 10-year-old television budget computer graphics looks its’ age at times. It’s still generally just fine, and can look downright amazing at times.

 

The audio is once again generally excellent DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 mixes. It helps that Enterprise is the most modern of the TV series and so was produced with surround sound in mind. Season 3′s focus on action and adventure often puts the surround sound to better use than previous seasons.

 

In the special features department season 3 is mostly on par with the earlier seasons. Perhaps not so many hours as the previous seasons but especially the last disc contains most of the new footage you actually want to see. The feature In a Time of War, which is split into 3 parts, 3 parts are approximately 30 minutes each, the last special feature is called Temporal Cold War: Declassified, this feature is about 20 minutes. All these feature are of course in HD. The are more special features but those are commentary tracks, some new and also transferred special features from the DVD's, these are in SD quality.

 

 

Extra Information regarding this Blu Ray Release:

 

  • Blu-ray Disc
  • Six-disc set (6 BDs)
  • Codec: MPEG-4 AVC
  • Resolution: 1080p
  • Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
  • Original aspect ratio: 1.78:1
  • English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
  • Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0
  • French: Dolby Digital 2.0
  • Japanese: Dolby Digital 2.0
  • German: Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Italian: Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Subs: English SDH, French, Spanish, Japanese, German, Italian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish
  • Packaging: Standard Blu-Ray Case with Slip

 

Special Features:

 

Star Trek: Enterprise - Season Three contains supplements across the entire set, save for disc four. As usual, it's comprehensive and entertaining, perhaps not as massive a collection as past Star Trek seasons released on Blu-ray but certainly an enjoyable journey for fans.

 

Disc One:

 

  • Text Commentary: Mike & Denise Okuda for "The Xindi."
  • Archival Mission Logs: The Xindi Saga Begins (SD, 13:12): A quality, but rather short, look at the season's new direction, influences, finding the storyline for the season, themes and specific examples of the season's darker edge, character arcs, and more.
  • Archival Mission Logs: Enterprise Moments: Season Three (SD, 12:58): A closer look at "Twilight," "Chosen Realm," "Similitude," "Harbinger," "Azati Prime," and "Zero Hour."

 

Disc Two:

 

  • Audio Commentary: Director David Livingston and Consulting Producer David A. Goodman for "Impulse" and Writer/Producer Mike Sussman and Startrek.com's Editorial Director Tim Gaskill for "Twilight."
  • Text Commentary: Mike & Denise Okuda for "Impulse."

 

Disc Three:

 

  • Audio Commentary: Writer David A. Goodman and Uncredited Writer Chris Black for "North Star," Assistant Director Michael Demeritt also for "North Star," Writer Manny Coto and Actor Connor Trinneer for "Similitude," and Writer Manny Coto also for "Similitude."
  • Deleted Scenes (HD): Several scenes from "Similitude" (2:30) and one scene from "Chosen Realm" (1:08).

 

Disc Five:

 

  • Audio Commentary: Co-Writer David A. Goodman, Co-Executive Producer and Co-Writer Chris Black, and Actor Connor Trinneer for "The Forgotten."
  • Deleted Scenes (HD, 4:42): Scenes from "E2."

 

Disc Six:

 

  • Audio Commentary: Co-Excutive Producer and Co-Writer Chris Black and Co-Prducer and Co-Writer André Bormanis for "Countdown."
  • Text Commentary: Mike & Denise Okuda for "Countdown."
  • In a Time of War: Part One: Call to Arms (HD, 28:07): A new retrospective on the Xindi arc, its relevancy to the modern world and the series' parallel with the years following 9/11, building the story as it evolved, Manny Coto's arrival and contributions, the goings of other crew, the season's finale, and more. As with all of these new Enterprise supplements, this one, and the new features that follow, is quite candid and refreshing.
  • In a Time of War: Part Two: Front Lines (HD, 29:51): Another new retrospective, this one featuring the cast covering the Xindi storyline, Jolene Blalock's disappointment with her character's arc and her lack of communication with the writers, ratings trouble and rumblings of cancellation, questions with boundaries and morals depicted in the show, and more. The supplement also features additional writer commentary.
  • In a Time of War: Part Three: Final Conflict (HD, 28:36): A further examination of the season, including the Xindi character design, budget limitations, and special effects. The supplement also features interviews with Xindi actors and briefly looks at the season finale.
  • In a Time of War: Temporal Cold War: Declassified (HD, 20:17): A deeper look into the Temporal Cold War arc, including plot specifics and side characters integral to the story line. The piece features interviews with several actors.
  • Enterprise Profile: Connor Trinneer (SD, 17:15): A piece in praise of the actor portraying the fan-favorite engineer. The supplement also examines the character's origins and arc through the series.
  • A Day in the Life of a Director: Roxann Dawson (SD, 17:27): This piece follows the Voyager actress' routine on the set as she directs an episode. It shows some of the nitty-gritty insights into the directing process that casual audiences might not associate with the director's position.
  • Behind the Camera: Marvin Rush (SD, 15:44): This piece follows the veteran Star Trek cinematographer as he works on the show.
  • Enterprise Secrets (SD, 4:12): 2nd Assistant Director David Trotti guides viewers through a few of the locations around the Paramount lot and shares how they've been utilized throughout Star Trek history.
  • Outtakes (SD, 6:14).
  • Photo Gallery (SD).
  • NX-01 File 07 (SD, 1:37): Recollections of a nude Phlox scene.
  • NX-01 File 08 (SD, 5:46): Costumer Designer Robert Blackman shares the history of the Enterprise crew uniforms.
  • NX-01 File 09 (SD, 3:09): Producer/Writer Mike Sussman discusses the episode "E2."

 

Source Special Features: Blu-Ray.com

Season 2

For a Full Review + Screenshots: Blu-Ray.com/Enterprise - Season 2

 


Release date [US/Canada] August 20, 2013

Release date [UK] August 19, 2013

Release date [Worldwide] September, 2013

 

It took a while but finally it was decided Enterprise was going to be released on blu-ray. I was surprised how much I enjoyed myself watching the first season on blu-ray, really was looking forward to watching the episodes. Granted, the PQ of the first season is better than the DVD but still not as good as it should be. Season 2 however, is in my opinion, way better than the first season, it all looks much sharper than the first season.

 

The first and the second season are probably my least favourite seasons but still very enjoyable, as the first season, season two also holds a few gems which stand out. Episodes like "Shockwave Part2", the very enjoyable "Carbon Creek", "Minefield", "Deadstop", "A Night in Sickbay" which I personally find very enjoying but that's not for everyone. Also episodes like "The Catwalk", "Future Tense", the Borg episode "Regeneration", "First Flight" which I love and the season 2 finale "The Expanse" which sets the third season in motion.

 

So season 2 holds quite some gems, it also has a few episodes which ruin this great stride of episodes but this is the case with most series which has 20+ episodes per season. I know many find "Enterprise" to be the least of all Star Trek series but for me it's my second favourite Trek series, after Deep Space Nine. I always enjoyed this series and if you give it a chance you'll might even like it.

 

Update: After re-watching every season two episode, I have to retract my statement that season two was one of my least favourite Enterprise seasons! I watched the special features, watched the episodes and I realized that I found most of the episodes very entertaining. It was a few years ago since I last watched it, I thought the % good vs bad was about 50/50 but I have to say it's 70% good and 30% not so good at least. A lot of episodes held up better than I remembered. Of course there still are a few bad ones in those 26 episodes but it's much better than I remembered and of course getting a bit older does help too.

 

As with the first season, this season is also loaded with special features. It contains all the extra's transferred from the "old" DVD set but it also contains a lot of new extra's like "In Conversation: The First Crew", over 90 minutes where the cast talks with Brannon Braga about Enterprise, this is really exciting. A number of audio commentaries, and the 3-part feature "Uncharted Territory" (30 minutes per part) and much more which you can read below. So yeah, I definately recommend the second season of "Enterprise" on blu-ray, it really does look better than the first season and has some great stories.

 

Extra Information regarding this Blu Ray Release:

 

  • Blu-ray Disc
  • Six-disc set (6 BDs)
  • Codec: MPEG-4 AVC
  • Resolution: 1080p
  • Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
  • Original aspect ratio: 1.78:1
  • English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
  • Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0
  • French: Dolby Digital 2.0
  • Japanese: Dolby Digital 2.0
  • German: Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Italian: Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Subs: English SDH, French, Spanish, Japanese, German, Italian,Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish
  • Packaging: Standard Blu-Ray Case with Slip

 

Special Features:

 

Enterprise: Season Two contains plenty of new and vintage supplemental content. The package is dominated by two lengthy, newly recorded retrospectives with cast and crew. Below is a disc-by-disc breakdown of what's included. 

Disc One: 

  • Audio Commentaries: Episode Co-Writer Chris Black and Mike & Denise Okuda for "Carbon Creek" and Co-Writers Michael Sussman and Phyllis Strong for "Dead Stop" (recorded in 2005).
 
  • Deleted Scene (HD, 1:10): One short scene for "Minefield."
 
  • In Conversation: The First Crew (HD, 1:33:49): A new-for-Blu-ray piece in which Brannon Braga sits down with Anthony Montgomery, Dominic Keating, Jolene Blalock, Scott Bakula, Linda Park, Connor Trinneer, and John Billingsley in a closed, intimate setting for the first time in a dozen years. Braga leads discussions on a number of topics, including fan demand for a revival, the casting process, the cast's loves and hates on the show, changes to the basic ideas for the show along the way, studio interference with the scripting and story, the bonding amongst the cast, the show's cancellation and studio politics, improvement in later seasons, cast souvenirs from the show, and much, much more. A special guest arrives partway through the discussion. This is an extraordinary group of people who come across very well; they're all informed, intelligent, passionate, and sincere. It's too bad they didn't have the opportunity to work together in more seasons.
 
  • Season 2 Promo (SD, 0:24): A short ad for season two.
 
  • Archival Mission Logs: Enterprise Moments: Season Two (SD, 19:11): A closer look at "Carbon Creek," "Shockwave, Part II," "Dead Stop," "Vanishing Point," "The Catwalk," "Future Tense," "Bounty," "First Flight," and "The Expanse."
 
  • Archival Mission Logs: Enterprise Profile: Jolene Blalock (SD, 14:28): An examination of Blalock and her character, T'Pol.
 


Disc Two: 

  • Deleted Scenes (SD, 4:02): From "A Night in Sickbay."
 
  • Archival Mission Log: Inside "A Night in Sickbay" (SD, 11:17): A closer look at the love/hate season two episode.
 

Disc Three: 

  • Deleted Scenes (SD): Cut scenes from "Dawn" (1:34) and "Stigma" (1:15).
 
  • Text Commentary: "Stigma" with Mike & Denise Okuda (from 2005).
 
  • Archival Interviews (SD, 5:01): Brannon Braga, Rick Berman, Jolene Blalock, and Scott Bakula discuss "Stigma."
 
  • Archival Mission Log: Photo Gallery (HD): A collection of still images.
 

Disc Four: 

  • Deleted Scene (SD, 0:42): From "Cease Fire."
 
  • Archival Mission Logs: Shooting "Future Tense" (SD, 17:16): One day's worth of condensed behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the episode.
 
  • Archival Mission Logs: Enterprise Secrets (SD, 4:50): First Assistant Director David Trotti recalls parts of Star Trek VI and returning to one of that film's locations in Enterprise.
 

Disc Five: 

  • Audio Commentaries: Actors John Billingsley and Bonita Friedericy for "Regeneration," Co-Writers Michael Sussman and Phyllis Strong for "Regeneration" (from 2005), and Writer Chris Black and Mike & Denise Okuda for "First Flight."
 
  • Text Commentary: Mike & Denise Okuda for "First Flight."
 
  • Archival Mission Logs: LeVar Burton: Star Trek Director (SD, 7:01): A look at the Next Generationactor's work behind the camera in Enterprise.
 
  • Archival Mission Logs: Enterprise Outtakes (SD, 11:12): Humorous moments from the shoot.
 

Disc Six: 

  • Deleted Scenes (SD, 5:00): Cut scenes from the episode "The Expanse."
 
  • Uncharted Territory Part One: Destination Unknown (HD, 29:54): A look at the writer "fatigue" hanging over the first two seasons and the turnover in the writing staff for season two. It also looks at the challenge of creating a show for both established fans as well as newcomers, the vision for creating a "throwback" Star Trek that was pitched as "The Right Stuff in the future," the place of Roddenberry's original vision in shaping the show, the success of "Carbon Creek" and "Regeneration," and the failure of "Precious Cargo."
 
  • Uncharted Territory Part Two: The First Crew (HD, 28:58): An examination of the show's humanity and the way it feels closer to modern audiences. It also focuses on the collaboration between the character performances and the writing staff. It studies the Hoshi character; Scott Bakula's contributions to the scripts and the rest of the cast's reluctance to share their ideas or speak with the writers; cast camaraderie; recreating the Kirk, Spock, and McCoy triumvirate in Archer, Trip, and T'Pol; Scott Bakula's veteran presence on the set; and Jeffrey Combs' performance, character, and relationship with Scott Bakula.
 
  • Uncharted Territory Part Three: Course Correction (HD, 29:48): Conflict between the writers and the studio and writers and network suits and the sudden influx of studio tinkering with the show, external reviews and Internet criticism, dwindling ratings, a "cold war" between Brannon Braga and the fans, and "shaking things up" by setting up a story arc for season three at the end of season two. Collectively, and as with many of these retrospectives, there's a freshness and honesty that might surprise people. Uncharted Territory is one of the most fascinating supplements out there, Star Trekrelated or otherwise.
 
  • NX-01 File 04 (SD, 3:15): Scott Bakula remembers visits to the set, including the cast of The Next Generation.
 
  • NX-01 File 05 (SD, 3:22): A closer look at Hoshi, the character's development, and her relationship with T'Pol.
 
  • NX-01 File 06 (SD, 1:52): Anthony Montgomery remembers Whoopi Goldberg's visit to the set and how his life has changed since Star Trek.

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