Official 'Anomaly' Details ReleasedBy Caillan
July 24, 2003 - 3:59 AM
See Also: 'Anomaly' Episode Guide
Everything goes topsy-turvy for the NX-01 crew in the new season's second instalment.
StarTrek.com yesterday released the below official synopsis for "Anomaly", which will air on September 17, 2003:
Enterprise starts experiencing the effects of spatial distortions pervading the Delphic Expanse, and falls victim to predatory aliens taking advantage of the crippling conditions.
"Anomaly" was penned by Enterprise co-producer Mike Sussman, whose previous credits include "Regeneration" and "Dead Stop". David Straiton ("A Night In Sickbay") was in the director's chair this time around.
The episode's guest cast includes the following actors:
- Robert Rusler as Orgoth
- Julia Rose as McKenzie
- Nathan Anderson as Kemper
- Sean McGowan as Hawkins
- Kenneth A. White as Engineering Crewman
- Ken Lally as Security Guard #1
- Ryan Honey as Security Guard #2
Robert Rusler is probably best known to genre fans for his performance as fighter pilot Warren Keffer in Babylon 5's second season. His other credits include Crisis in the Kremlin, Weird Science and Murder, She Wrote.
Making her Trek debut as new MACO McKenzie is Julia Rose, who featured in Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt. Nathan Anderson makes his return as Sergeant Kemper from "The Xindi".
Sean McGowan has guest-starred in ER, while Kenneth White appeared in Joy Ride and Apollo 13. Ken Lally and Ryan Honey have both featured in Alias.
Production on "Anomaly" wrapped last week after seven days of filming. Numerous NX-01 locales were used in the shooting of the episode, including the bridge, sickbay and the armoury, as well as the never-before-seen brig set. One off-Enterprise set constructed for the episode was "the interior of a mysterious huge structure in mid-space".
The full production report is available at StarTrek.com.
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