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29 November 2022
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Featured article

The ISS Avenger and the USS Defiant

"In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II" was the 19th episode of the fourth season of Star Trek: Enterprise.

On the bridge of the USS Defiant – having just witnessed the destruction of the ISS Enterprise by the Tholians – Commander Archer supervises Chief Engineer Tucker, T'Pol, and Major Reed, as the team desperately try to escape from a Tholian drydock that holds the Defiant. Even though they manage to shake the starship free from the facility's docking clamps, six Tholian ships approach and speedily construct an energy net over the opening of the dock, effectively barring the Defiant's escape.

With T'Pol's assistance, Tucker manages to restore power to the Defiant's weapon systems. The ship then blasts its way out of the dock, destroying half of the Tholian ships in the process and continues maneuvering away, firing photon torpedoes at the Tholian facility while departing. Reed detects escape pods from Enterprise, so Archer orders that they be brought aboard.

Picture of the Day

Marvel DS9 #14 - "Nobody Knows the Tribbles I've Seen"

This cover to Marvel Deep Space Nine #14 recalls DC Comics' famous Flash (1959) #163 and the later National Lampoon cover.


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