Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by LeadHead, Jul 12, 2017.
T'POL: It was a personal matter.
TUCKER: You had a personal matter in Carbon Creek, Pennsylvania?
ARCHER: Trip, if she doesn't want to tell us.
Trip: Seems a little unfair. We tell her plenty of stories.
T'POL: You'd like me to tell you a story?
Trip: If it's a good one.
T'Pol: I went to Carbon Creek because I wanted to visit the site of First Contact between humans and Vulcans.
ARCHER: Then you were about three thousand kilometres off. That took place in Montana.
T'Pol: Actually, it didn't.
TUCKER: Every school kid knows that Zefram Cochrane met the Vulcans in Bozeman, Montana, on April 5th, 2063. I've been there. There's a statue.
T'Pol: In fact, the Vulcans visited Earth long before then. My second fore-mother was one of them.
TUCKER: Your who?
T'Pol: My mother's mother's mother. Would you like to hear the story?
(Earth, October 1957 or later- you can tell because Sputnik is in orbit.)
STRON: (middle aged man) I can't compensate.
MESTRAL: (younger man) The re-fusion pressure is still dropping.
Captain: (old Vulcanian man) If our orbit decays any further, we'll be detected.
T'POL [OC]: They'd gone to Earth to investigate the launch of its first artificial satellite, called Sputnik.
T'POL: During their third week of gathering information about humanity their impulse manifold began to malfunction. They had no choice but to attempt an emergency landing.
CAPTAIN: Try to find an isolated area. Send a distress call to the High Command.
(The ship burns through the atmosphere)
T'Mir: (T'Pol's great grandmother) One hundred kilometres.
CAPTAIN: Deploy the stabilizers.
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