Two Days And Two Nights

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Series: 'Enterprise'
Episode Title: 'Two Days And Two Nights'
Episode Number: 125
Synopsis: "When the crew takes shore leave on the famous pleasure planet of Risa, Archer has a mysterious encounter with an alien woman; Hoshi has a surprising romantic rendezvous; Mayweather has a rock-climbing accident; and Trip and Reed go clubbing only to end the evening as unwitting victims of robbery. Meanwhile, Phlox stays on board the Enterprise with T'Pol to take his annual 48-hour hibernation and exhibits some uncharacteristic oddities when they have to wake him up after an injured crew member returns from shore leave."

Original Airdate: May 15, 2002
Rerun: September 04, 2002
Fan Rating: 7.5/10 (Full Poll Results)


Story By: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Teleplay By: Chris Black
Directed By: Michael Dorn

Guest Stars:


  • Rumoured to feature the Enterprise arrive at pleasure planet Risa, and half the crew going down for a short holiday, including many of the senior officers. Archer spends his holiday in a luxurious villa, but soon meets an alien woman named Keyla. Reed and Trip get in trouble when they try to pick up what they think are two beautiful alien women. Hoshi Sato meets Ravis, a young alien man who shares her interest in languages. And Mayweather manages to get himself critically wounded and into a Risan hospital. (March 09, 2002 - TrekToday)

  • Michael Dorn: "It's a pleasure-planet episode, and that's all I'm going to tell you." (March 20, 2002 - TrekToday)

  • Dominic Keating: "Connor [Trinneer] and I get into some fun... or trouble. And, all is not as it seems." (April 07, 2002 - TrekToday)


Poll Results

How would you grade 'Two Days and Two Nights'?
9-10 36.2% - (344 Votes)
7-8 28.1% - (267 Votes)
5-6 14% - (133 Votes)
Didn't See It 10.6% - (101 Votes)
1-2 4.4% - (42 Votes)
3-4 4.3% - (41 Votes)
Did Not Want To See It 2.1% - (20 Votes)

Total Votes: 948

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