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April 29, 2014 Blu-ray: 'Star Trek: Enterprise - Season Four'

Coming to Blu-ray for the very first time to boldly go where no man has gone before is Star Trek: Enterprise - Season Four. Join Captain Jonathan Archer and his crew of Enterprise NX-01 for one last adventure into space in sparkling high definition with 1080p picture and remastered 7.1 sound in this six-disc set containing the 22 episodes from the series’ fourth and final season with brand new never-before-seen special features that are exclusive to this release: five all-new audio commentary tracks, an exclusive 90-minute writing staff reunion special and the newly produced four-part documentary “Before Her Time: Decommissioning Enterprise.” In the writing staff reunion special “In Conversation – Writing Star Trek: Enterprise,” the compelling discussion includes series creator and executive producer Brannon Braga, along with Mike Sussman, André Bormanis, David Goodman, Chris Black, Phyllis Strong, and Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, all detailing some of the series’ most fascinating behind-the-scenes stories. In addition to all-new audio commentary tracks on select episodes ("The Forge," "Observer Effect," "United," "Demons" and "Terra Prime"), the high-definition collection includes the newly produced “Before Her Time: Decommissioning Enterprise.” It is a fascinating four-part documentary that will give fans special insight on the creation of the series’ final episodes, plus more in-depth interviews with the cast and crew. Also, the Blu-ray includes bonus material previously released on DVD such as commentaries, deleted scenes from select episodes and archival mission logs for an in-depth and immersive viewing experience.

'Star Trek: Enterprise - Season Four' on Blu-ray
'Star Trek: Enterprise - Season Four' on Blu-rayParamount Home Entertainment

Starring Scott Bakula, Jolene Blalock, Connor Trinneer, Dominic Keating, Linda Park, Anthony Montgomery and John Billingsley, Star Trek: Enterprise recounts the adventures of the pioneers of space travel who ventured into the universe 100 years before the events of Star Trek: The Original Series. Set in the 22nd century, in a time when interstellar travel is still in its infancy, Enterprise follows the adventures of the Enterprise NX-01, the first Earth-built vessel capable of breaking the Warp 5 barrier, and her intrepid crew of brave explorers. Captain Archer and the crew set out to chart the galaxy on a revolutionary spacecraft and experience the wonder and mystery of the final frontier as they seek out new life and new civilizations.

Episodes:

  1. “Storm Front - Part I” - After the crew learned about the supposed death of Captain Archer, they arrive home only to realize that they have somehow travelled back in time to the year 1944, in the middle of World War II. What's even more shocking is the Nazis seem to have invaded the eastern front of the United States and is on the brink of taking total control of the entire world... with some help from an alien species.
  2. “Storm Front - Part II” - Under Daniel's request, Archer and his crew must stop Vosk from completing his time machine that will enable him to go back to his time and successfully change the timeline to his favor. With some help from an old friend, Silik, and the American resistance fighters, the crew tries to destroy the time machine before it's too late and return to their original timeline.
  3. “Home” - The Enterprise finally return home after their year long mission in Delphic Expanse. While everyone is gracious of their successful mission, Captain Archer is particularly anguished in losing 27 crew members during the mission. At the Command Council, Ambassador Soval accused Archer that he didn't do enough to saved the Vulcan ship he found in The Expanse. Admiral Forrest sees the need for Archer to have some relaxation time and orders him to take a shore leave before he leaves on his next mission. A reluctant Archer decides to climb mountains to clear his head, but soon finds an old friend from his days at the command school comes and joins him. Meanwhile T'Pol decides to visit her mother back in Vulcan and invites Trip to join her.
  4. “Borderland” - When a group of superhumans invade and take control of a Klingon Bird-of-Prey, the Klingons want retaliation. Starfleet orders Captain Archer and his crew to take the Enterprise and retrieve the Klingon ship before any more damage can be done. The crew takes Dr. Arik Soong, a prisoner of Starfleet because he stole the embryos to create these superhumans, aboard, to help find the Bird-of-Prey. But along the way, the crew comes under attack by the Orion, who capture T'Pol and several crew members as slaves. Archer must go to the slave market and rescue his crewmen before it's too late, and Dr. Soong is the only person that can help them get in.
  5. “Cold Station 12” - After a group of superhumans, the Augments, forced their way into the ship and rescued their "father", Dr. Arik Soong, they are now on their way to Cold Station 12 to "awaken" thousands of other genetically-altered embryos of their kind. If successful, this group of superhumans will take over humanity. Captain Archer must figure out a way to stop them and rescue the hostages taken on Cold Station 12. However, this mission may end up taking his life, as a deadly pathogen is released inside the station.
  6. “The Augments” - With a deadly pathogen about to be released, Captain Archer barely makes it back to the Enterprise. His goal is now to track down the Klingon Bird-of-Prey and stop Dr. Arik Soong and the Augments from finding a location to raise thousands of Augment embryos. Back in the Bird-of-Prey, Malik starts to question Dr. Soong's judgment when Soong wants to change the embryos' DNA to make them less violent and more human. Malik defies Soong's orders and takes leadership of the Augments. His goal is to create a war between the Humans and Klingon which would enable the Augments to grow in power. Soong realizes his place is no longer with the Augments, and seeks to find an escape route off of the Bird-of-Prey. He realizes that the only way he can stop Malik's plan is to join forces with Captain Archer.
  7. “The Forge” - A tragic incident shakes human-Vulcan relations to the core when a bomb is set off in a protected area of the United Earth Embassy that claims 43 lives, including that of Admiral Forrest. The bomb detonated just before the High Command may have been announcing its intent to conduct joint missions with Starfleet. In the throes of the blast, Forrest actually saved the life of an extremely grateful Soval. As Enterprise is called to Vulcan after the tragedy, Soval comes aboard the ship with the head of the Vulcan High Command, Administrator V'Las, and his security chief, Stel. With the embassy officially on Earth soil, Captain Jonathan Archer is to handle the official investigation. The initial research from the bomb fragments that Mayweather and Reed extricate finds the DNA fingerprint of a Vulcan, T'Pau. She is a member of the Syrrannites, a zealous Vulcan sect that believes in — among other Vulcan taboos — the practice of mind-melding. Syrrannites follow a corrupted form of the teachings of Surak, the father of Vulcan logic who is considered the most important Vulcan who ever lived. A wanted man named Syrran is the sect's current leader. With a Syrrannite now suspected, V'Las announces that Vulcans will take over the investigation.
  8. “The Awakening” - As Captain Jonathan Archer and T'Pol reach the Syrrannite compound after crossing the treacherous Forge expanse, they are immediately treated like traitors. But as T'Pol's mom T'Les comes forward, the Syrrannite de facto leader T'Pau backs off a bit, especially after she realizes a dangerous exchange has taken place. Before he died, the Syrrannites revered leader Syrran mind-melded with Archer, giving the captain his katra. The Syrrannites regard the katra as the living spirit of Surak, a man who died 2,000 years ago and is considered the greatest Vulcan who ever lived. Archer, who has been feeling strangely since Syrran mind-melded with him, is having visions of Surak, and realizes that the notions of katra must be true. Further, while T'Pau tries to extract the katra from Archer through another type of mind-meld, Surak resists, staying firmly planted in Archer's consciousness. Surak has decided that Archer should have this katra; Vulcans cannot possibly understand the severity of dangers they currently face. In trying to protect Vulcans, Surak believes that Archer is his best recourse in saving his race.
  9. “Kir’Shara” - The Vulcans having decimated the Syrrannite compound, Archer — with T'Pol and T'Pau — is driven on bringing the Kir'Shara relic to the Vulcan High Command. V'Las has succeeded in convincing his fellow High Command members that the Andorians will be using Xindi technology to obliterate the Vulcans — although they have a peace accord in place — and is plotting the attack. Because the future-knowing Surak is literally in his mind, Archer knows that time is of the essence; he must bring the Kir'Shara to the High Command before the Vulcans go to war with the Andorians. Unfortunately for Archer and his traveling companions, V'Las is going to extremes to thwart any interference they may cause in carrying out his battle strategy. Further, their showing up and professing the pacifistic views of the Vulcan Syrrannite faction would nullify his framing them for the embassy bombing. To that end, he has sent his henchman Talok to find Archer, T'Pol and T'Pau and eradicate them.
  10. “Daedalus” - Captain Archer is delighted to welcome his mentor, Emory Erickson, who invented the transporter, along with his daughter, Danica, aboard Enterprise to conduct experiments in sub-quantum teleportation. Erickson seems to be progressing nicely in his work, until the ship enters the blackest and most dangerous area in space known as The Barrens, and a member of Starfleet is brutally killed by an amorphous shape.
  11. “Observer Effect” - While playing a friendly game of chess, it becomes apparent that Reed and Mayweather have been inhabited by two members of an alien species who intend to observe how humans react when faced with an imminent tragedy.
  12. “Babel One” - The Enterprise crew welcomes aboard a group of Tellarites, including Ambassador Gral, to transport them to the neutral planet of Babel, where Earth mediators will try to settle a long-standing trade dispute between the Tellarites and the Andorians. After receiving fragments of a distress call, Enterprise alters course to provide assistance, and arrive to find that an Andorian vessel has been destroyed by what seems to be a Tellarite ship. Though furious with the Tellarites for compromising the conference, Archer has no choice but to bring the Andorian survivors, including Commander Shran, aboard Enterprise.
  13. “United” - Nijil and Valdore continue to control the mysterious Romulan ship that has trapped Reed and Trip, masking it to look like Enterprise and using the ship to destroy a Rigellian vessel. After a Romulan Senator named Vrax chastises Nijil and Valdore for losing control of the ship, Nijil and Valdore vow to kill the humans onboard (Trip and Reed) in order to cover their tracks. Nijil and Valdore trap Trip inside the service junction and leak radiation coolant inside. Over a speaker, Valdore orders Trip to re-establish the damaged warp matrix on the ship or he will die. Reed works frantically to free Trip, but the situation is made worse when the ship engages Enterprise in an intense firefight.
  14. “The Aenar” - In the Romulan command center, Senator Vrax admonishes Valdore for the defeat of the drone ship. Vrax is also angry that the Andorians and Tellarites have formed an alliance. Valdore tells Vrax it is all merely a setback. Valdore plans to deal with the humans who brought the Andorians and Tellarites together — he has a second drone armed and ready and is prepared to use the two ships to find Enterprise and destroy it.
  15. “Affliction” - Enterprise has returned to Earth for the launch of the Columbia. While Trip prepares for his transfer, Hoshi and Phlox enjoy dinner in San Francisco. Things turn sour, however, when Phlox is kidnapped by mysterious aliens and taken to a Klingon laboratory on the colony world of Qu'Vat. Dr. Antaak and General K'Vagh inform him that a virus is spreading through the Klingon Empire — they need Phlox's help to devise a cure.
  16. “Divergence” - In Enterprise's brig, Archer briefs Reed on the situation: the Klingons altered the ship's engineering subroutines and if Enterprise drops below warp 5, the reactor will explode. Archer has a plan to bring Trip aboard from Columbia, but he needs Reed's help.
  17. “Bound” - En route to a potential site for the first in a series of Starbases, Enterprise is hailed by an Orion ship. The ship's commander, Harrad-Sar, has a proposal to make: he claims to know of a planet with large deposits of magnesite and says he will give Archer the coordinates in exchange for a share of the profits. He also agrees to open a dialogue between Starfleet and the Orion Syndicate. To celebrate their new partnership, Harrad-Sar presents Archer with a gift: three Orion slave girls.
  18. “In a Mirror, Darkly - Part I” - In an alternate universe, where the universe is ruled by the imperialistic Terran Empire, Commander Archer is the first officer of the I.S.S. Enterprise, serving under Captain Forrest. Archer wants Forrest to take the ship into Tholian space, where there may be a ship that can provide valuable technology to the Empire. But Forrest rejects his idea, thinking Archer is only trying to gain power. The determined Archer does not give up and recruits Major Reed and Sergeant Mayweather to stage a mutiny. Archer not only wants control of the ship, but also wants Forrest's lover, Hoshi, and hopes this mission in finding this ship can lead to him gaining more power in the Empire.
  19. “In a Mirror, Darkly - Part II” - January 18, 2155: With the Enterprise destroyed, Archer and his crew decide to steal the Defiant and get out of the Tholian space station. The Tholian tries to trap them, but was no match for the advance technology of the Defiant. When Archer and his crew save an imperial ship of the Empire commanded by Admiral Black, Black wants Archer to surrender his ship to the Empire, but will give him another starship as soon as possible. But Archer doesn't want another ship, he wants the Defiant and will do anything that is necessary to keep control of the ship and gain power in the Empire.
  20. “Demons” - January 19, 2155: The Enterprise crew is back on Earth for an historic conference — humans, Vulcans, Andorians, Tellarites and other species have gathered together to form a coalition of planets. The conference is interrupted, however, when a disheveled woman bursts in and collapses to the ground. Before she dies, she presses a vial containing human hair into T'Pol's hand. Upon analysing the hair, Phlox comes to a puzzling conclusion: it appears to belong to the offspring of Trip and T'Pol. T'Pol has never been pregnant, but she senses that what Phlox says is true: she and Trip have a daughter out there.
  21. “Terra Prime” - As Paxton continues to deliver his xenophobic address, Enterprise's crew and the delegates assembled at Starfleet Command watch the broadcast in horror. Paxton shows an image of a half-Vulcan, half-human child — Trip and T'Pol's baby — as an example of how humanity's genetic pool will be diluted if alien-human relations continue. He notes that for the next 24 hours, he will guarantee safe passage for all aliens leaving the system. If any non-humans remain in the system after the deadline, Paxton will not hesitate to use the verteron array, and he will starts by blowing up Starfleet Command. As the Enterprise crew works furiously to block Paxton's transmission, they suddenly find their ship being targeted by the array. They manage to bid a hasty escape just as Enterprise is about to be destroyed.
  22. “These are the Voyages…” - About 200 years in the future, Commander William Riker of the starship Enterprise NCC-1701-D looks back at a historical event in the holodeck, hoping it will help him make an important decision…. It's been ten years since the Enterprise NX-01 was launched on its maiden voyage and the crew now head back to Earth for the decommission of the ship and Captain Archer is about to deliver his speech in the historic signing of the Federation charter. But all good things don’t come to an end until the crew embark on a final and dangerous mission to save Shran's daughter and one of their own will make a daunting sacrifice.

Cast:

  • Scott Bakula as Captain Jonathan Archer
  • Jolene Blalock as Subcommander T'Pol
  • Connor Trinneer as Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker III
  • Dominic Keating as Lieutenant Malcolm Reed
  • Linda Park as Ensign Hoshi Sato
  • Anthony Montgomery as Ensign Travis Mayweather
  • John Billingsley as Dr. Phlox

Special Features:

DISC ONE

Episodes

  • Storm Front
  • Storm Front, Part II
  • Home
  • Borderland

Special Features

  • Deleted Scene on “Storm Front” (SD)
  • Archival Mission Logs:
    o Enterprise Moments: Season Four (SD)

DISC TWO

Episodes

  • Cold Station 12
  • The Augments
  • The Forge
  • Awakening

Special Features

  • Episode Commentary by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens and Mike & Denise Okuda on “The Forge” *NEW*
  • Text Commentary by Mike & Denise Okuda on “The Forge” (2005)

DISC THREE

Episodes

  • Kir’Shara
  • Daedalus
  • Observer Effect
  • Babel One

Special Features

  • Episode Commentary by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens and Mike & Denise Okuda on “Observer Effect” *NEW*

DISC FOUR

Episodes

  • United
  • The Aenar
  • Affliction
  • Divergence

Special Features

  • Episode Commentary by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens and David Livingston on “United” *NEW*
  • Deleted Scene on “The Aenar” (SD)

DISC FIVE

Episodes

  • Bound
  • In A Mirror, Darkly
  • In A Mirror, Darkly, Part II
  • Demons

Special Features

  • Episode Commentary by Mike Sussman and Tim Gaskill on “In A Mirror, Darkly” (2005)
  • Episode Commentary by Mike Sussman and Tim Gaskill on “In A Mirror, Darkly, Part II” (2005)
  • Text Commentary by Mike & Denise Okuda on “In A Mirror, Darkly, Part II” (2005)
  • Episode Commentary by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens, André Bormanis, Connor Trinneer and Dominic Keating on “Demons” *NEW*
  • Deleted Scene from “In A Mirror, Darkly, Part II” (SD)
  • Archival Mission Logs:
    o Inside the Mirror Episodes (SD)

DISC SIX

Episodes

  • Terra Prime
  • These Are The Voyages

Special Features

  • Episode Commentary by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens, André Bormanis, Connor Trinneer and Dominic Keating on “Terra Prime” *NEW*
  • Episode Commentary by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens and Tim Gaskill “Terra Prime” (2005)
  • Text Commentary by Mike & Denise Okuda “These Are The Voyages” (2005)
  • Before Her Time: Decommissioning Enterprise (HD) *NEW*
    o Part One: New Voices
    o Part Two: Memorable Voyages
    o Part Three: Final Approach
    o Part Four: End of an Era
  • In Conversation – Writing Star Trek: Enterprise (HD) *NEW*
  • Archival Mission Logs:
    o Visual Effects Magic (SD)
    o Links to the Legacy (SD)
    o Enterprise Secrets (SD)
    o That’s a Wrap! (SD)
    o Enterprise Goes to the Dogs (SD)
    o Westmore’s Aliens: Creating Dr. Phlox and Beyond (SD)
    o Outtakes (SD)
    o Photo Gallery (SD)
    o NX-01 File 10 (SD)

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