With their crewmates in stasis for the journey through a creepy space-cloud, Seven of Nine and Dr. Phlox self-isolate … and hallucinate.
Read More “I am alone, but I will adapt”: One (Voyager) vs. Doctor’s Orders (Enterprise)
22nd-century Earth has a ways to go before becoming a perfect paradise … and 24th-century Earth may not be so perfect after all.
Read More “Paradise has never seemed so well-armed”: Homefront & Paradise Lost (DS9) vs. Demons & Terra Prime (Enterprise)
Deep Space Nine and Enterprise get in the Halloween spirit, as Garak goes all Michael Myers on an abandoned station, and T’Pol finds a zombie apocalypse on board a Vulcan ship.
Read More “Use logic more quietly”: Empok Nor (DS9) vs. Impulse (Enterprise)
Things get weird on board the Voyager and the Enterprise, as Archer grows a second Trip, Tuvok and Neelix become one, and Janeway makes a controversial command decision.
Read More “I have the will to live of two men”: Tuvix (Voyager) vs. Similitude (Enterprise)
The crews of two Enterprises come home for a visit after a tough mission, as Picard recovers from his time as Locutus of Borg, and Phlox learns that 22nd-century Earth isn’t a utopia yet.
Read More “What the devil happened to you up there?”: Family (TNG) vs. Home (Enterprise)
Humanity comes face to face with the dehumanizing nightmare of the Borg, for the first time … twice.
Read More “You’re out of your league”: Q Who (TNG) vs. Regeneration (Enterprise)
Kirk and Archer take their respective Enterprises into the Wild, Wild West … but, you know, in space.
Read More “Up north, quite a ways”: Spectre of the Gun (Original Series) vs. North Star (Enterprise)
We meet an iconically charismatic villain for the first time, and encounter another charismatic villain with a familiar face.
Read More “He was the best of the tyrants”: Space Seed (Original Series) vs. The Arik Soong Arc (Enterprise)
We wrap up our trip to the Mirror Universe with two episodes that are each classic Trek, but in very different ways.
Read More “We will not accept a no-win scenario”: In a Mirror, Darkly, Part 2 (ENT) vs. What’s Past is Prologue (DSC)