Did anyone read the news at www.trektoday.com...
"After almost a season of taking a backseat to the Xindi arc, the Temporal Cold War will heat up again when Star Trek: Enterprise returns for its
fourth season in September.
TrekToday sources today provided the first plot details for the premiere episode, reportedly entitled "Storm Front". Continuing from where "Zero
Hour" left off, Archer is in the custody of the Nazis, who, as it turns out, are mostly human. When he is being transferred in a jeep with some Nazi
soldiers, the vehicle is ambushed. He wakes up in the apartment of Alicia Silvers, a resistance sympathiser. The year? 1944. The place? New York City.
As it turns out, the Germans have made impressive in-roads into North America, as well as Africa and Russia. Washington, D.C., has fallen and the
bombed-out White House is now in the hands of the Nazis. They are being aided by an alien commander, Vosk, who is equipping the Germans with weapons
based on futuristic technology to aid their war effort.
The general populace remains ignorant of the alien masterminds behind the Nazi advance. When Archer tells Alicia about the figure he saw when he woke
up in the tent — the alien with the piercing red eyes — she says that she has heard stories, nothing more. Through her contacts in the American
resistance, Alicia promises to introduce Archer to someone who may know more concrete details.
Meanwhile, back on Enterprise, Daniels, the temporal agent, lies dying in sickbay. His body is in flux — some parts are aging, while other portions
are regressing to a younger stage. Before he loses consciousness, Daniels manages to tell T'Pol that there is someone the crew needs to stop. This
mysterious threat turns out to be none other than Silik, who steals an Enterprise shuttlepod and heads toward Earth...
"Storm Front" will likely air in September, 2004."
And I still can't believe that 'Enterprise' is getting its budget cut for next season! The networks suck. I hope that one day all TV is Cable TV!
(The networks can just become movie & TV studios who produce shows, but sell them to the Cable TV channels. ) I wish that ALL
Star Trek -- all
five TV series and all 10 movies -- had a permanant home on the Sci Fi Channel! You know that station would be glad
to get it, and
would treat it with the respect it deserves...
If the 'Enterprise' writers would go with my plan, the show would end up modeling the very awesome DS9 -- the first three seasons sucked, the fourth
season was OK, and the last three seasons rocked due to the major war, involving politics of multiple species and cool space melee battles!