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|"In a Mirror, Darkly (Part 2)"|
| Series Star Trek: Enterprise|
Season 4, Episode 19
|Air date||April 29th, 2005|
|Writers||Mike Sussman; Manny Coto|
|Director||Marvin V. Rush|
|Producers||Rick Berman; Brannon Braga; Manny Coto; André Bormanis; J.P. Farrell; Garfield Reeves-Stevens; Judith Reeves-Stevens; Mike Sussman; Dawn Velazquez; Stephen Welke; Brad Yacobian|
|Starring||Scott Bakula; John Billingsley; Jolene Blalock; Dominic Keating; Anthony Montgomery; Linda Park; Connor Trinneer|
"In a Mirror, Darkly (Part 1)"
"In a Mirror, Darkly (Part 2)" is the second chapter of the two-part "In a Mirror, Darkly" episode of Star Trek: Enterprise. It is the nineteenth episode of season four and the 94th episode of the series overall. It is the 723rd episode of all Star Trek programs combined. This episode was directed by Marvin V. Rush and written by Mike Sussman and Manny Coto. It first aired on the UPN Network on Friday, April 29th, 2005.
Principal Cast Edit
Guest Stars Edit
|Gary Graham||Crewman Soval|
|Gregory Itzin||Admiral Black|
|John Mahon||Admiral Gardner|
|Derek Magyar||Ensign Kelby|
|Pat Healy||Alien slave|
|Majel Barrett||Computer (voice)|
|David Sobolov||Slar (voice)|
|Glen Hambly||Andorian Avenger helmsman|
|Mike Sussman||Dead USS Defiant crewman|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode has been made available on the Star Trek: Enterprise: The Complete Series and the Star Trek: Enterprise: The Complete Fourth Season DVD collections. It is also included on disc 2 of the Star Trek: Alternate Realities Collective DVD collection.
- Part two of a two-part episode.
- The actual name of this episode is "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
- Production code number: 40358-95
- All of the characters presented in this episode are the Mirror Universe counterparts to the regular characters.
- The real Jonathan Archer appears as an hallucination in this episode only.
- Actor Gregory Itzin once played opposite Scott Bakula once before. They both appeared in the "Memphis Melody" episode of Quantum Leap.
- The episode title is taken from A Scanner Darkly, a 1977 novel written by famed science fiction author Philip K. Dick. The title echoes a phrase from the Bible, "Through a Glass Darkly", from Corinthians 1:13. This in turn is similar to "Through the Looking Glass", a season three episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, which took place in the Mirror Universe. That title however, was derived from a children's story by Lewis Carroll written in 1871.
- Jonathan Archer: Great men are not peacemakers. Great men are conquerors!
- Hoshi Sato: These people had some strange ideas about uniforms.
- T'Pol: I'm surprised you're not exhausted from all the beds you've jumped into recently.
- Doctor Phlox: I was merely researching classical literature. I wanted to compare our major works with their counterparts in the other universe. I skimmed a few of the more... celebrated narratives. The stories were similar in some respects, but their characters were... weak, and compassionate. With the exception of Shakespeare, of course. From what I could tell, his plays were equally grim in both universes.
- Hoshi Sato: Can you imagine the look on the Emperor's face when he sees this ship? You'll be declared hero of the Empire. Starfleet'll have to give you a command of your own.
See also Edit
The World of Star Trek
Star Trek miscellaneous
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