'Crash Landing' Becomes 'Future Tense'By Caillan
February 11, 2003 - 6:59 AM
See Also: 'Future Tense' Episode Guide
Enterprise's forthcoming Temporal Cold War episode, 'Crash Landing,' recently underwent a title change.
According to the latest UPN schedule, the February sweeps outing is now entitled 'Future Tense'. Written by co-producers Mike Sussman and Phyllis Strong, the Temporal Cold War episode revolves around the discovery of a futuristic vessel. The plot thickens when both the Suliban and the Tholians try to claim the ship for themselves.
This is not the first time an Enterprise episode has undergone a title change close to airing. Last season's 'Vox Sola' ('A Lone Voice' in Latin) was originally called 'Vox Solis,' which translates as 'Voice of the Sun.'
UPN's has also announced the addition of another 'Cease Fire' cast member, who was not included in the official site's original article on the episode (story). Christopher Shea, best known to Trek fans as Keevan in DS9's 'Rocks and Shoals' and 'The Magnificent Ferengi,' will play the character of Telev. Shea also appeared as Saowin in Voyager's 'Think Tank' and Sajen in Enterprise's 'Detained'.
The Enterprise schedule for the next month has been confirmed as follows:
- February 12 - 'Cease Fire'
- February 19 - 'Future Tense'
- February 26 - 'Canamar'
- March 5 - 'The Communicator' (Repeat. Originally aired November 13, 2002.)
- March 12 - 'Singularity' (Repeat. Originally aired November 20, 2002.)
- March 19 - 'The Crossing'
'Judgment' is tentatively set to air on March 26, but this has not yet been officially confirmed.