Okay, so Star Trek Enterprise was not the greatest part of the franchise. The so-called ‘temporal cold war’ story-arc was way too long. The theme song was lame. Also, what was with the Vulcans? They were totally different in this series. That being said, it is still part of the official canon and has a few episodes that are noteworthy especially when Captain Archer (Scott Bakula) is highlighted.
Here is my list of Top 10 Star Trek Enterprise Episodes:
10. Broken Bow – The two-part pilot brings the crew together for a journey to the Klingon homeworld.
09 . Terra Nova – Directed by Levar Burton from Next Generation, this story sees the Enterprise go to a human colony that Earth has lost communication with.
08. Cold Station 12 and The Augments – Brent Spiner returns to play an ancestor of the creator TNG’s Data. This two part arc sees him as a geneticist who creates a new race of humans and their desire to escape.
07. Zero Hour – This concluded the season three arc where the Enterprise is trying to stop a war with the alien race called the Xindi.
06. In A Mirror, Darkly – What’s happening in the Mirror Universe? This episode shows how humanity has taken over the Federation.
05. Home – Captain Archer has to deal with the consequences of some of his actions during the time in Xindi space.
04. Impulse – The Enterprise crew finds a Vulcan ship in Xindi space and are shocked to discover the crew has turned violent.
03. Damage – After a battle, the Enterprise’s warp coil is damaged and Captain Archer is forced to decide whether or not to steal one from an alien ship.
02. First Flight – Captain Archer relates the story of being the first pilot to break the Warp 2.5 barrier.
01. Terra Prime – The penultimate episode saw the crew battling a terrorist group that believes humanity should isolate itself from the rest of the universe.
That is my list. What do you think? Let me know in the comments below and tell me what episodes are your favorite. Check out my Top 10 Star Trek Episodes. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.
This article has been updated from a previous version.