Novelized by J.M. Dillard
Enterprise: Surak's Soul
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Psi Phi: Star Trek: Enterprise: What's New?
This page will keep you up-to-date on what's new in Psi Phi's Enterprise section. Most documents created before February 1, 2003 are currently off-line
though efforts are underway to retrieve this information. Use the Site Map to view all restored or newly-added pages.
January 3, 2005
December 10, 2004
- Added more details about "Daedalus", the new episode coming January 14th. Please note that this may constitute a spoiler.
November 9, 2004
October 28, 2004
- Updated the upcoming schedule: UPN has moved "Daedalus" from January 7th to January 14th (and "Observer Effect" to January 21st),
so as to build momentum going into February sweeps.
October 23, 2004
October 18, 2004
October 13, 2004
October 4, 2004
September 22, 2004
- Added production information about the tenth episode of the season, "Daedalus".
- Updated the Season 4 Filming Schedule.
- Updated the upcoming schedule with an *extremely tentative* schedule for the rest of the season.
Please note that this tentative schedule has not been presented by UPN or Paramount.
September 12, 2004
- Added production information about the sixth episode of the season, "The Augments".
August 27, 2004
August 15, 2004
- Added production information about the fifth episode of the season, "Cold Station 12".
August 6, 2004
- J.G. Hertzler will reportedly be playing a Klingon Captain in "Borderland", the first of three episodes which
will also be starring Brent Spiner (Data). No word yet on whether he will also be appearing in the other two episodes.
- Added production information about the second episode of the season, "Storm Front, Part II".
- Updated the Season 4 Filming Schedule.
August 1, 2004
July 21, 2004
- Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens have been hired as Story Editors for Enterprise's fourth season. Judy and Gar are the authors of such
Star Trek books as
Worlds in Collision
(comprised of TOS: Prime Directive and TOS: Memory Prime), and the eight (soon to be nine) Kirk novels, co-written with William Shatner
(The Ashes of Eden,
Captain's Blood, and
July 5, 2004
- UPN has announced that Enterprise's fourth season will begin on October 8, 2004. The show will be pre-empted next week, although for those UPN
stations which air a weekend repeat, "Doctor's Orders" will be shown ("Harbinger" is being skipped in the repeats). The show moves to Fridays at 7pm
CT/MT, 8pm ET/PT starting August 6th, with the episode "Harbinger". One episode will be aired per week through September 17. (Either an additional
episode will be skipped in the repeats, or one week, the show will be doubled up--my current prediction is that the last two episodes will be aired
back-to-back on September 17.) The show will be pre-empted on September 24 and October 1 for repeats of "America's Next Top Model", and will return on
Please note that this schedule is *tentative* and *subject to change*. Please watch this page and the Upcoming Schedule
page for the latest changes to the schedule.
- I've created the Season 4 Filming Schedule, which will track when each episode is filmed. The
season premiere, "Storm Front, Part I", began filming on Thursday, July 15, and is expected to finish filming
either this Friday or next Monday.
- Dave Stern is writing a novel centered around Hoshi Sato, which is expected to be
published sometime in 2005.
June 25, 2004
June 23, 2004
- Updated the Upcoming Schedule through July 14, and a speculative schedule for the rest of the summer. If UPN
continues the double headers, season 4 may begin as early as August 27. On the other hand, if they return to a once-per-week schedule at some point,
the premiere my be later. It should be noted that the schedule from July 21 onward is only a guess, and should not be taken as the real schedule
unless and until confirmed by UPN.
June 15, 2004
- "Twilight" will be shown in the second prime-time hour on June 30, in its proper sequence. The earlier information I received was incomplete.
June 10, 2004
May 27, 2004
- Updated the UPN Network Schedule through July 7. UPN will again air back-to-back episodes on July 7, although
"Twilight" is currently not scheduled to air in its proper sequence.
May 26, 2004
- Added the on-screen credits from "Zero Hour".
- Scott Bakula reports that the fourth season will have only 22 episodes, something the actor has been lobbying for since he started working on the show.
22 episodes is pretty much the network television standard these days, and since 1987, Star Trek has been one of the last few holdouts of the good old
days, with 26 episodes each season.
- Updated the Appearance Chart through the end of the season.
May 20, 2004
- Updated the Musicians Index through the end of the season.
- Updated the Upcoming Schedule through the end of June. UPN is starting over at the beginning of the season, and for
the next two weeks, Wednesday nights will have an Enterprise double-header.
May 12, 2004
May 6, 2004
April 21, 2004
March 24, 2004
- Added the on-screen credits from "Countdown".
- UPN has announced that Enterprise is renewed for a fourth season, though it will be moving to Friday nights at 8pm CT/MT, 9pm ET/PT.
March 22, 2004
- Updated the Season 3 Filming Schedule.
- Updated the Upcoming Schedule yet again: UPN has removed the repeat of "Hatchery" on April 14, and moved
the repeat of "Azati Prime" to the 7pm CT/MT, 8pm ET/PT timeslot that evening. As always (and especially as this week), the schedule is still
fluid and subject to change again and again and again.
March 19, 2004
- Updated the Upcoming Schedule again: UPN has re-cancelled "The Mullets" and moved "Game Over" to Friday nights (with
a combination of new episodes and repeats -- see the UPN schedule for more details), and will be showing two
episodes of "Enterprise" each week, starting THIS week. So "Carpenter Street" and "Chosen Realm" will air this Wednesday, "Proving Ground" and
"Strategem" will air next week, "Harbinger" and "Doctor's Orders" will air on April 7, and "Hatchery" and "Azati Prime" will air on April 14. This
will get repeats caught up through the new episodes, with "Damage", the resolution to "Azati Prime"'s cliffhanger, airing the following week.
The current speculation is that UPN may double-up "Enterprise" this summer on Wednesday nights, starting over from the beginning of the season with
"The Xindi", which would allow them to get through all 24 episodes in just 12 weeks. Again, please note that this has not been confirmed by UPN or
March 5, 2004
- Updated the Upcoming Schedule: "Chosen Realm" will be skipped in this repeat cycle, with "Proving Ground" taking its
place on March 31. Which episodes will be repeated on April 7 and 14 has not yet been announced, though there is a possibility that "Azati Prime",
the cliffhanger from March 3, on either April 14, or as a double-feature with the conclusion, the new episode "Damage", on April 21; please note,
however, that this is only speculation, and it has not been confirmed by UPN or Paramount.
March 5, 2004
- Added production information about the penultimate episode of the season, "Countdown".
March 4, 2004
February 29, 2004
- Added production information about the antepenultimate episode of the season, "The Council".
February 27, 2004
February 25, 2004
- Updated the Upcoming Schedule through May 26.
- Congratulations to everybody from "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" for their eleven Oscar wins!
February 5, 2004
January 27, 2004
- Added production information about the twenty-first episode of the season, "E²" [E^2].
- Updated the Directors Index and
the Actors Index through "E²".
January 22, 2004
January 14, 2004
January 12, 2004
- Updated the UPN Schedule through March 3. Please note that after the "Jake 2.0" cancellation, UPN has not officially
announced whether or not they still plan to air the last four episodes from February 11-March 3 or not, so reruns of "America's Next Top Model" might
take over the timeslot permanently.
- Updated the Appearance Chart through "Proving Ground", and the
Musicians Index through "Harbinger".
December 25, 2003
December 24, 2003
- Added (relatively empty) guide pages for "Azati Prime" and "Damage",
the eighteenth and nineteenth episodes of the season.
December 12, 2003
- Added production information about the seventeenth episode of the season, "Hatchery".
December 8, 2003
December 4, 2003
- Added production information about the sixteenth episode of the season, "Doctor's Orders".
- StarTrek.com reports that this season of Enterprise has been reduced in length from 26 to only 24 episodes. This is the first time since
Voyager's first season that a Star Trek season has been shortened.
December 2, 2003
November 26, 2003
November 19, 2003
November 14, 2003
- Added production and cast information about the fifteenth episode of the season, "Harbinger".
- Added production and cast information about the fourteenth episode of the season, "Strategem".
(Actually, this one was added a couple weeks ago.)
November 12, 2003
November 10, 2003
- According to TrekToday, actress Kellie Waymire, who appeared in Enterprise as Ensign Cutler in three episodes, has died at the age of 35.
November 5, 2003
November 1, 2003
- Updated the UPN Schedule. The chart is rotated 90 degrees, so that weeks are vertical and days are horizontal. This
view makes periods of repeats and new episodes easier to identify across multiple days.
October 31, 2003
October 29, 2003
October 23, 2003
October 20, 2003
October 17, 2003
October 16, 2003
- Added production and cast information about the twelfth episode of the season, "Chosen Realm".
- Updated the UPN Upcoming Schedule with a tentative (and I stress tentative) schedule for the rest of the
season. This is based on the schedules for past seasons and the notice from startrek.com that "Chosen Realm" will air January 14, as well as the
sweeps periods in February and May.
- Updated the Actors Index with tentative information through "Chosen Realm".
October 15, 2003
October 11, 2003
October 9, 2003
October 8, 2003
October 5, 2003
October 3, 2003
October 2, 2003
- Re-added the Character Appearances Chart. There's quite a bit of missing information for the second season; I've
only included the appearances I am certain of. I will add more as I re-watch the second season to continue updating the
Enterprise Chronology. If you can fill any of the question marks for Reed, Phlox, Travis, Hoshi, or Porthos, please
let me know (confirmed sightings *only*).
- Re-added the Musicians Index.
October 1, 2003
September 26, 2003
- Re-added the Actors Index. The first season information is complete and confirmed. The second season
information is compiled from various sources, some of which disagree with one another, and is not yet confirmed. The third season information through
"Rajiin" is complete and confirmed.
- Added production and cast information for "North Star", the ninth episode of the season.
September 24, 2003
September 23, 2003
- StarTrek.com has switched back to the spelling "Rajiin" for next week's episode; they had originally used this spelling, then changed to "Raijin".
Given the confusion around the title, I will be leaving the title alone until after the episode airs and the actual spelling is confirmed.
September 17, 2003
September 15, 2003
- UPN has altered this Friday's schedule: Two episodes of "The Mullets" will be repeated from 7-8pm CT/MT (8-9pm ET/PT),
and the pilot episode of "Jake 2.0" will be repeated from 8-9pm CT/MT (9-10pm ET/PT).
- Updated the Season 3 Filming Schedule.
- Added production and cast information for "Twilight", the eighth episode of the season.
- As predicted two weeks ago, UPN has scheduled a repeat on October 29th, pushing "Twilight" into the first week of
September 12, 2003
September 10, 2003
September 9, 2003
- StarTrek.com is reporting that Jerry Fleck, First Assistant
Director for TNG from "Time's Arrow, Part II" to "All Good Things...", all seven seasons of Voyager, and the first 59 Enterprise
episodes, died over the weekend in his sleep. He was 54 years old. Psi Phi extends its condolences to Jerry's family.
September 8, 2003
- UPN has officially announced that the show is being re-titled "Star Trek: Enterprise". However, the title sequence remains "Enterprise", so the title
change appears to apply only to advertisements.
Update 9/15: UPN has clarified the matter and the show "Enterprise" will be advertised as "Star Trek: Enterprise" even though that's not the name
of the show.
- Added "A Night in Sickbay" to the Enterprise Chronology.
- Based on the current tentative schedule, the twelfth episode will air on November 26; based on the filming schedule thus far (7 to 8 filming days per
episode), the twelfth episode will finish filming at the end of October or perhaps early November. Given these the amount of post-production work
required for an episode (visual effects, music, and editing), it seems likely that only eleven episodes will be ready by the end of November, and thus
at least one repeat or pre-emption will occur sometime in October in order to have four new episodes to show during the all-important November ratings
Please keep in mind that this is only speculation and has not been confirmed by UPN or Paramount.
September 3, 2003
- Re-added the Sitemap, which will act as a quick-reference guide to those pages which currently exist, and which will
show pages as they are re-added.
August 20, 2003
- A new promo for "The Xindi" should air during tonight's repeats of "Bounty" and "The Expanse".
- Psi Phi's Enterprise Chronology is back on-line, and is slowly being added to. Detailed analyses of "Broken Bow"
through "Unexpected" and "Shockwave, Part II" through "Dead Stop" are included, as well as brief information for "Terra Nova" through "Shockwave".
More second season episodes (starting with "A Night in Sickbay") will be added soon, and third season episodes will also be added as they air.
August 29, 2003
- UPN will repeat "Funky Flubs", a "Bloopers"-type special which includes a few outtakes from Enterprise, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and
other UPN shows, on Tuesday, September 9th at 8pm CT/MT (9pm ET/PT).
August 22, 2003
- Added a guide page for "Exile", the sixth episode of season three.
- Added the back cover description for "The Expanse", the novelization of "The Expanse"
and "The Xindi". The book will now be a trade paperback, not a hardcover.
August 21, 2003
- Added more information for "Impulse".
August 20, 2003
- Updated the UPN Upcoming Schedule again. UPN has re-scheduled "Cease Fire" for next Wednesday, pushing the repeat of
"Bounty" to September 3, to air as a double-header with "The Expanse". (Originally, "The Expanse" had been scheduled to air alone on September 3.)
- Added an initial guide page for "Impulse", the fifth episode of season three. More info to follow.
August 19, 2003
- Updated the guide pages for "Raijin" (note spelling change) and
"Extinction" with additional actors and characters.
August 18, 2003
- Added the cover artwork for "The Expanse", the novelization by J.M. Dillard of the
second season finale (of the same name), and the third season premiere, "The Xindi", both written by
Rick Berman & Brannon Braga. The book will be out in mid-September, and includes original story elements.
August 14, 2003
August 2, 2003
- Updated the UPN Upcoming Schedule. UPN did not show "Cease Fire" and "Judgment" on August 6 as they had previously
scheduled; they only showed "Judgment", apparently holding back the repeat of "Cease Fire" until sometime next season.
August 1, 2003
July 23, 2003
July 22, 2003
- In May 2004, "Daedalus's Children" will be published. This is the second part of the story started in this December's "Daedalus".
July 20, 2003
July 16, 2003
July 14, 2003
- Updated the UPN Upcoming Schedule; UPN has announced that the season premiere will air September 10, 2003.
July 11, 2003
July 8, 2003
July 7, 2003
- Updated the UPN Upcoming Schedule. UPN will be showing double repeats of Enterprise, starting August 13, although
which episodes will be shown those weeks has not yet been confirmed. Assuming all remaining episodes are repeated only once, the season premiere
would air tentatively September 17, but it's possible there will be additional repeat airings which would keep it on September 24.
- Added a guide page for "The Xindi".
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