STAR TREK Enterprise NX - Captains Stuhl + Archer Action Figur - mit original Sound: littlebeetkids.com: Spielzeug. Jonathan Archer bekommt das Kommando auf dem ersten Raumschiff mit Warp-5-Antrieb – der Enterprise NX Gemeinsam mit seiner köpfigen Crew. Leider galt dies mitunter nicht für alle Nebenfiguren, denn während man sich auf Captain Archer (Scott Bakula), T'Pol (Jolene Blalock) und Trip.
Star Trek: EnterpriseCaptain Archer und seine Crew erforschen das Weltall und entdecken bei ihren Als Kommandant der Enterprise NX führt Jonathan Archer sein Team im. Leider galt dies mitunter nicht für alle Nebenfiguren, denn während man sich auf Captain Archer (Scott Bakula), T'Pol (Jolene Blalock) und Trip. Captain Jonathan Archer dringt mit seiner Mannschaft vor, wo noch nie ein Mensch zuvor gewesen ist. Die Serie „Enterprise“ ist episodenhaft, aber trotzdem zieht.
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In " A Night In Sickbay ", Porthos nearly dies when he contracts a deadly pathogen on the Kreetassan homeworld, but is saved when Phlox transplants a gland from a chameleon -like creature.
In Season 3 Episode 10 Archer explains in answer to the question "Can he do any tricks? Although Porthos isn't the first domesticated pet to be featured in a Star Trek series Data owned a cat, Spot , in Star Trek: The Next Generation and Captain Jean-Luc Picard owned a lionfish named Livingston , Porthos has the distinction of being the first pet to maintain an ongoing presence in the series, and even — as illustrated above — become the focus of an episode.
In the Mirror Universe depicted in " In a Mirror, Darkly ", Porthos is a Rottweiler. According to the episode's podcast on Startrek.
Episode writer Mike Sussman noted that the animal was "The sweetest dog I have ever met. In the episode " Acquisition ", Porthos was interrogated by a group of Ferengi pirates while the rest of the crew were incapacitated, but the aliens' universal translator could not decipher his barking.
The pirates didn't know what to make of the dog, even speculating that he was perhaps food. They then decided they could sell him to a zoo.
In the Mirror Universe , Jonathan Archer was first officer of the ISS Enterprise with the rank of Commander.
In this universe, he served under the command of Captain Maximilian Forrest , the alternate version of Admiral Maxwell Forrest.
Unlike in the "normal" Trek universe, where Forrest and Archer are close friends, the mirror versions of the characters did not get along well at all.
Like most characters in the Terran Empire , the mirror Archer was treacherous, cunning and scheming.
He led a mutiny against Forrest and took over Enterprise. However, with the help of T'Pol and other Vulcans , Forrest was freed and retook the ship.
Archer surrendered, but had locked the ship's navigation controls so its heading could not be altered. His reason for the mutiny was brought to light as he had been informed about a ship that seemed to be from another dimension.
With the ship's course unable to be changed and Starfleet now intrigued by what Archer had become aware of, Forrest was ordered to investigate, he also had Archer punished in the Agony Booth for a then record of ten hours, giving the Commander only one hour to clean up and get ready for a staff meeting after his release.
On arrival, they discovered the USS Defiant , a Starfleet ship from years into the future of the "normal" universe. Archer led an away team to take control of the Defiant while the Enterprise was destroyed by the Tholians.
He and his team, plus survivors from the Enterprise , discovered the Defiant was not only from another dimension, but the future and that the alternate dimension never had a Terran Empire.
After successfully crushing a rebellion against the Empire, Archer attempted to take the futuristic vessel to Earth where he would proclaim himself Emperor.
However, before he could do so, he was killed by his universe's Hoshi Sato , who poisoned him, took the ship and claimed the Terran throne for herself.
In , Vulture ranked Captain Archer as the 8th Star Trek captain by their selection criterion, a combination of competency and managerial style.
ScreenRant rated Archer as the fourth best captain, noting that he had to pioneer space without the benefit of the institutions he helped to create, and noted his ability to take on challenges.
In , The Wrap ranked Archer as the 29th best main cast character of Star Trek overall. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Rick Berman Brannon Braga. This section does not cite any sources. When the Vulcans and Andorians entered into another conflict, this time over a small planet, Andorian Commander Shran requested that Archer be brought in to mediate.
With Archer's help, the two sides were able to negotiate and come to a peaceful resolution. Indeed, this trust on the part of the Andorians shows that Archer is becoming more open-minded when it comes to encountering new species.
His relationship with T'Pol has grown into one of mutual respect and trust. Archer provided key support to his science officer when she was sent on an emotionally troubling mission for the Vulcans; she, in turn, was there for him when his good friend and former rival A.
Robinson died. Archer has also attempted to foster good relationships with all of his senior officers, often inviting them to breakfast in the Captain's Mess.
He and Trip remain the best of friends, and enjoy watching water polo matches together. He also has a constant companion in his pet beagle Porthos , who he acquired from an ex-girlfriend's mother.
Archer continues to encounter problems from two of the first hostile forces he encountered in space — the Klingons and the Suliban.
Despite the fact that Archer has come to the aid of the Klingon Empire before, he was once arrested for conspiring to dishonor former captain Duras.
Though the charges were false, Archer was sentenced to life in the dilithium mines on the penal colony of Rura Penthe.
Luckily, his crewmates came to his rescue, although he remains a fugitive of the Klingons. They even put a sizeable bounty on his head — Archer was kidnapped by a Tellarite looking to collect.
He eventually managed to sway the Tellarite to his cause, and once again escaped. Duras, however, refused to give up, and pursued Archer once more, just as the captain was taking Enterprise into the Delphic Expanse.
Through some clever maneuvering, Archer managed to avoid the Klingon's ship and eventually destroyed it. As for the Suliban Cabal, they disrupted Enterprise 's first mission by kidnapping Klaang, which led to a strangely personal face-off between the captain and Silik , a genetically enhanced Suliban warrior who knows Archer a little too well and considers him a personal nemesis.
Silik is involved in something called the "Temporal Cold War," which came home to Enterprise when Archer learned that one of his own crewmen, a steward named Daniels, is actually an operative from the future fighting against the Cabal and the people they're taking orders from.
Everything came to a head when the Suliban made it appear as though Enterprise had destroyed a Paraagan colony, an event that nearly put an end to the ship's mission.
Archer was then somehow transported to the 31st century, altering the timeline. With Daniels' help, Archer managed to return to his own time and present evidence that the Suliban were behind the Paraagan tragedy.
Although the Vulcans wanted to recall Enterprise considering the crew's somewhat shaky first year , T'Pol made a convincing argument to allow them to continue, once again demonstrating her allegiance to Archer.
Perhaps Archer's greatest challenge is his newest mission, which is set to take Enterprise into the vast unknown. After a mysterious race known as the Xindi attacked Earth, cutting a devastating swath from Florida to Venezuela, Archer and his crew were ordered home.
Along the way, the captain was kidnapped by Silik, who brought him before the mysterious humanoid figure that controls the Suliban Cabal.
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Tweet Share Pin Comment. Captain April appeared in Star Trek: The Animated Series where he was voiced by James Doohan. Pike was later promoted to Fleet Admiral.
Captain Pike's voyages will be cataloged in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. Captain James T. Kirk William Shatner - The most legendar y Enterprise Captain of the 23rd century, Kirk's five-year mission was seen in Star Trek: The Original Series.
Spock held the dual role of the Enterprise 's First Officer and Science Officer. Kirk's Enterprise engaged in numerous pivotal missions that resulted in Kirk's promotion to Admiral at the end of his voyages.
Decker merged with V'Ger at the end of the film and was listed as "missing in action". Captain Spock Leonard Nimoy - Spock was promoted to Captain and commanded the Enterprise , which was primarily used as a training vessel.
In Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan , Admiral Kirk once again assumed command when Khan Noonien Singh Ricardo Montalban stole the Genesis Device, which resulted in Spock's death.
Related: Where Is Captain Kirk During Pike's New Star Trek Series And How He Could Appear. Kirk - After stealing the Enterpris e to resurrect Spock, and subsequently saving Earth from a space probe seeking to communicate with humpback whales in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home , Admiral Kirk was demoted to Captain and given command of a new Enterprise , designated NCCA.
Kirk led this Enterprise in Star Trek V: The Final Frontie r and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country , after which the Enterprise-A was decommissioned.
Captain John Harriman Alan Ruck - The Excelsior -class U. Enterprise-B was launched in under the command of Captain John Harriman. Their shakedown cruise is infamous for encountering the Nexus, which resulted in the presumed death of Captain Kirk , as seen in the prologue of Star Trek Generations.
Captain Rachel Garrett Tricia O'Neill - The Ambassador -class Enterprise-C made only one appearance, in the TNG episode "Yesterday's Enterprise".
The Enterprise-C was meant to be destroyed at Narendra III while defending a Klingon outpost from a Romulan attack, but it fell through a time vortex that altered the timeline.
Captain Garrett died before the Enterprise-C could return to its proper era and set the timeline right. Enterprise-D was designated as the flagship of the United Federation of Planets.
Under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the Enterprise-D 's numerous missions involved multiple first contacts with new species, diplomatic and military engagements, and scientific pursuits.
The Enterprise-D was destroyed at Veridian III in Star Trek Generations.