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"Damage" Star Trek: Enterprise episode
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Episode no. Episode 71 Directed by James L. Conway Written by Phyllis Strong Production code 319 Original air date April 24, 2004 Guest stars Episode chronology ← Previous
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"Damage" is the title of an episode from the third season of the television series Star Trek: Enterprise. Former Star Trek: Deep Space Nine recurring guest star Casey Biggs (Damar) guest stars as an alien captain.
Captain Archer is returned to the severely damaged Enterprise as the crew try to repair the ship. They have lost fourteen members of the crew and three are unaccounted for. During the episode, Archer orders the theft of a warp coil after Xindi attacks caused damage to Enterprise's.
In addition, the audience finally learns why T'Pol's behavior had been unusual in preceding episodes: for months, she had possessed an addiction to Trellium-D. Following a near emotional collapse (seen in the preceding episode), a tense meeting with Archer in which she screams at him, and a foolhardy attempt to access a sealed off part of the ship in which the Trellium is stored (an act that nearly costs her her life), she decides to report her condition to Phlox. While she is still having her visit with the doctor, Archer - who believes her emotionalism is being caused by stress - calls her to the bridge to take command of Enterprise while he leads the warp coil-theft mission. As a result of T'Pol's adverse mechanical, physical, or biochemical reactions to the addiction, however, Phlox orders her to remain in sickbay. She protests and persuades Phlox to let her go, but before she leaves, she asks whether he plans to report her condition to Archer. Phlox indicates no, saying after a moment of silence: "This is between you and your doctor."
Archer finds himself forced to commit an act of piracy against a friendly vessel resulting in it being left stranded in space with no warp drive. This and T'Pol's addiction has ramifications well into the fourth season.
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