Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by LeadHead, Apr 29, 2011.
ARCHER: (in a green top with gold braid) I found it in the Captain's wardrobe.
HOSHI: These people had some strange ideas about uniforms.
ARCHER: I can't find a mention of it anywhere.
HOSHI: A mention of what?
ARCHER: The Empire. As far as I can tell, it doesn't exist in the other universe.
HOSHI: No Empire?
ARCHER: A lot of the names are the same, but their history has been rewritten. Instead of building an empire, Earth became part of an interspecies alliance.
HOSHI: (reading the desk monitor) The United Federation of Planets?
ARCHER: More like a Federation of Fools.
HOSHI: What about us? Do we exist in this universe?
ARCHER: Computer, access biographical file, Starfleet Officer Hoshi Sato.
ARCHER: (reading) Hoshi Sato. Comm. Officer on Starfleet's first warp five ship. In her late thirties, she created the linguacode translation matrix.
HOSHI: At least she was remembered for something.
ARCHER: I can tell you who she married. It even says how you died.
HOSHI: Stop. I don't want to know.
Archer: But this isn't you.
HOSHI: I don't care. Computer. Display file on Starfleet Officer Jonathan Archer.
HOSHI: Son of famed warp specialist Henry Archer, Jonathan was appointed Captain of Starfleet's first warp five ship. His name is among the most recognized in the Federation. He earned an impressive list of commendations during his career. Historians called him the greatest explorer of the twenty second century. Two planets were named after him. (Archer switches it off with his fist.) Hey.
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