Official 'The Seventh' Details ReleasedBy Caillan
September 13, 2002 - 11:20 AM
See Also: 'The Seventh' Episode Guide
T'Pol's past will come back to haunt her in the upcoming Enterprise episode 'The Seventh'.
StarTrek.com today posted the below synopsis of the episode, which is currently scheduled to air October 30.
T'Pol recruits Captain Archer and Ensign Mayweather to assist her on a mission to complete some unfinished business from her earlier career in covert operations.
'The Seventh' was written by Enterprise executive producers Rick Berman and Brannon Braga. Trek veteran David Livingston directed the episode; he previously helmed 'Shuttlepod One' and 'Strange New World' in season one, as well as numerous instalments of The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager.
The site also released details of the episode's guest cast:
- Bruce Davison as Menos
- David Richards as Dockmaster
- Vincent Hammond as Huge Alien
- Coleen Maloney as Vulcan Officer
In a career spanning over thirty years, Davison has appeared in films such as 'Mame,' 'Short Cuts,' 'Apt Pupil,' 'X-Men,' and 'Longtime Companion,' for which he won a Golden Globe and an Academy Award nomination. One television, he played George Henderson in Harry And The Hendersons, and has guest-starred on The Practice, Seinfeld, and Touched By An Angel, which earned the actor an Emmy nomination. Davison also appeared as Jareth in Voyager's 'Remember.'
Richards previously played Sid Garber on long-running soap The Young And The Restless, and has guest-starred in ER and Seinfeld. Hammond's resume includes roles in Stargate: SG-1 and The Outer Limits, while Maloney has appeared on Once And Again and JAG.
'The Seventh' completed production on Wednesday, September 11, after a seven-day shoot, with star Scott Bakula (Jonathan Archer) leading the cast and crew in a moment of silence to remember those who died in the terrorist attacks a year ago.
Most of the filming took place on specially-constructed sets depicting locations such as a Risan jungle, a colony on a snowy moon, and Menos's cargo ship. Bakula, Jolene Blalock (T'Pol), and Anthony Montgomery (Travis Mayweather) were the primary cast members involved in the episode, with the other regulars only involved in the first day's filming.
The original article can be found here at StarTrek.com.