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Old March 16 2011, 08:50 PM   #1
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"The City of T'Pol" and other ENT references in Trek

I was watching part two of Voyager's "Unimatrix Zero", and Tuvok mentions his daughter's birth in the "City of T'Pol". Obviously this was a fluke (Enterprise wasn't concieved of until Voyager ended) but I thought it was a cool bit of reverse-continuity, nonetheless. T'Pol gets a Vulcan city named after her!

Elsewhere, "Archer IV" is mentioned in TNG "Yesterday's Enterprise", tying in neatly with Hoshi's comments in "In a Mirror, Darkly" that Archer had planets named after him.

Enterprise's only intentional mentions in other Treks are a barely visible screen graphic mentioning the "USS Archer" among a list of ships in Nemesis, and STXI's Admiral Archer and prize beagle (let's not get into the "is it him" stuff again, please).

Are there any other pseudo-Enterprise references in Star Trek?
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Old March 16 2011, 08:59 PM   #2
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The city mentioned by Tuvok is actually T'Paal.
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Old March 16 2011, 09:03 PM   #3
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Re: "The City of T'Pol" and other ENT references in Trek

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The city mentioned by Tuvok is actually T'Paal.
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Old March 16 2011, 09:31 PM   #4
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The city mentioned by Tuvok is actually T'Paal.
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But it *sounds* like T'Pol. Is "T'Paal" from the script?
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Re: "The City of T'Pol" and other ENT references in Trek

Khadaffi, Gaddafi, Qadafi -- there is no correct spelling when translating from a language with a different alphabet. Just saying.
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Re: "The City of T'Pol" and other ENT references in Trek

TNG: The Battle and Bloodlines refer to a Xindi Sabu (or Kabu) solar system. I suppose you could say it's the new home for the Xindi.
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