So this is the original Enterprise. Keep up with me people! This version of Star Trek happens before even the Captain Kirk one. Enterprise NX-01 is the first ship built on Earth that is able to break the warp barrier. It was originally a ship and crew meant for exploring but an attack on Earth by the Xindi that kills 7 million changes everything. Captain Jonathan Archer (played by Scott Bakula) and his crew are now charged with finding the Xindi and the weapon they are building to finish the job. The Enterprise is off to a part of the universe known as the Delphic Expanse, an area nothing is known about. The race is on to stop the destruction of Earth and all humans.
Episode 1: The Xindi: Captain Archer and the crew of the Enterprise head off in search of the Xindi. Commander Tucker (played by Connor Trinneer) is having trouble sleeping.
Episode 2: Anomaly: A weird anomaly begins disrupting things on the Enterprise. Captain Archer and an away team take a shuttle to investigate an immense sphere in order to try and recover things stolen from them.
Episode 3: Extinction: Captain Archer and an away team travel to a planet that a Xindi ship crashed on. Once there the away team begins to experience strange transformations.
Episode 4: Rajiin: T’Pol (played by Jolene Blalock) is using a Vulcan method to help Tucker to sleep. Other members of the crew are gossiping that more is going on between the two senior officers.
Episode 5: Impulse: Tucker tells Captain Archer that the crew needs some R&R. The Enterprise receives a distress call from a Vulcan ship and they set off to help them.
Episode 6: Exile: Ensign Hoshi Sato (played by Linda Park) believes she is seeing things that are not there. Soon a telepath reveals himself and offers his help locating the Xindi.
Episode 7: The Shipment: The five Xindi species are very close to finishing the building of the weapon; they are a few weeks away from completion. The telepath has given the Enterprise coordinates of a planet with a Xindi colony, so Captain Archer and an away team take a shuttle to investigate.
Episode 8: Twilight: Captain Archer wakes up much older and not on Enterprise rather living with T’Pol on a planet. She tells him it is twelve years later and they were caught in an anomaly that affected his memory.
Episode 9: North Star: Captain Archer, T’Pol and Tucker have traveled to a planet where there is a human/alien settlement that is much like the Old West. They look into what is going on in the settlement.
Episode 10: Similitude: While trying to perform improvements on the engine so Enterprise can stay in warp longer Commander Tucker is injured. He is in a coma and Dr. Phlox (played by John Billingsley) is not sure he will survive.
Episode 11: Carpenter Street: A human is supplying the Xindi with human subjects. Someone from the 30th century called Daniels (played by Matt Winston) revisits Captain Archer to tell him that the Xindi are in Detroit, Michigan 150 years ago meaning the 21st century.
Episode 12: Chosen Realm: After the Enterprise rescues a few Triannon they realize that their guests have ulterior motives for being there. Captain Archer and the rest of the crew become prisoners on their own ship.
Episode 13: Proving Ground: While going through an anomaly the Enterprise is rescued by Commander Shran (played by Jeffrey Combs) and his Andorian ship. Captain Archer then reluctantly allows the Andorians on board to aid in the repairs.
Episode 14: Stratagem: Years after the Xindi weapon destroyed Earth the Insectoids begin killing off the other Xindi species. Archer and Degra (played by Randy Oglesby) are put in the same cell then manage to break out only Degra doesn’t remember anything.
Episode 15: Harbinger: The Enterprise is heading towards the coordinates of the Red Giant given to them by Degra. Reed (played by Dominic Keating) and Major Hayes (played by Steven Culp) see eye to eye on precious little.
Episode 16: Doctor’s Orders: Dr. Phlox puts the crew all in an unconscious state and takes over complete control of Enterprise. For several days Archer’s dog Porthos is his only companion besides T’Pol.
Episode 17: Hatchery: Captain Archer and an away team investigate Azati Prime after discovering a Xindi ship there. On it they find a hatchery – offspring of the Xindi crew.
Episode 18: Azati Prime: Once at Azati Prime the Enterprise discovers a convoy of Xindi ships being led by Degra. He is there to show the Xindi council that the weapon is ready.
Episode 19: Damage: The Enterprise, now under T’Pol’s command, is trying to recover from the Xindi attack. Captain Archer tries to convince a few Xindi that humans are not their enemy.
Episode 20: The Forgotten: T’Pol is having to adjust to her new emotions. Archer is trying to prove to Degra that he is telling the truth.
Episode 21: E2: The Enterprise is traveling through a nebula to meet up with the Xindi Council. They come into contact with a ship labeled as the Enterprise whose captain tells them to turn around.
Episode 22: The Council: The Sphere Builders are aware the Xindi, notably Degra, are turning away from them. T’Pol leads an away team to investigate one of the spheres.
Episode 23: Countdown: The Reptilians have taken control of the weapon and are preparing to launch it. Hoshi has been taken by the Reptilians.
Episode 24: Zero Hope: Archer, Reed and Sato prepare to board the weapon in order to stop it from destroying Earth. Tucker and T’Pol head to Sphere 41 in order to disrupt the entire system of spheres.
Special Features: The Xindi Saga Begins, Enterprise Moments: Season Three, In a time of War – Part One: Call to Arms, Part Two: Front Lines, Part Three: Final Conflict, Temporal Cold War: Declassified, Enterprise Profile: Connor Trinneer, A Day in the Life of a Director: Roxann Dawson, Behind the Camera: Marvin Rush, Enterprise Secrets, Outtakes, Photo Gallery