UPN Publishes Sweeps Month SummariesBy Michelle
January 8, 2004 - 8:11 PM
UPN released its preliminary February sweeps schedule today, revealing details of three upcoming Star Trek: Enterprise episodes.
The Futon Critic published UPN's official information, including details on "Azati Prime", an episode about which no previous information had been released.
On Wednesday, February 11th, UPN will air writer Manny Coto's "Harbinger", widely reported to contain a Trip/T'Pol romance. No official synopsis was released.
Rumours have suggested that the main storyline centers on a mysterious alien found dying in a spaceship. David Livingston directed the episode.
On Wednesday, February 18th, the Enterprise installment will be "Doctor’s Orders", written by Chris Black and directed by Roxann Dawson. The official synopsis states:
Enterprise traverses a dangerous portion of the Expanse and Phlox must sedate the entire crew into unconsciousness in order to keep everyone safe. With he and T’Pol the only ones conscious, Phlox starts hallucinating and fears he may be losing his grip on reality.
On Wednesday, February 25th, UPN will show "Hatchery",written by Andre Bormanis and Mike Sussman, which, as previously reported, deals with Archer trying to defend a Xindi-Insectoid nursery while his crew begins to struggle with his single-mindedness:
Enterprise comes upon the wreckage of a Xindi vessel filled with dozens of vulnerable eggs sacks. Archer decides to nurse the eggs back to health, and the crew starts to fear his actions are jeopardizing their mission, and a mutiny is staged.
And on Wednesday, March 3rd, "Azati Prime" will air. The official synopsis states,
Enterprise finally arrives at the sight of the Xindi weapon that is meant to destroy Earth, but Archer’s mission is thrown into doubt when Crewman Daniels makes a visit. He takes Archer 400 years into the future to show him a conspiracy involving another species planning an invasion of the universe and explains that these creatures are responsible for pitting the humans against the Xindi in the first place.