Future Tense This is getting kinda ridiculous. I bitch the whole season about how all the vulcans, andorians and suliban have dissapeared for no good reason, and suddenly there is a trilogy of sorts starring vulcans, andorians and suliban. I don't know. For me this was probably the most interesting episode so far. But it was all exposition. And actually I'm not sure if you can call something exposition when it doesn't really expand the arc, but just reminds you that it's there. But Temporal Cold War was one of the interesting things of season 1, together with andorians and vulcan politics/religion, for me. So I was eating up every single moment. But if you don't like Temporal Cold War, or aren't so desperate for anything continuing the arc from season 1, then I guess you just might go . But I was like "so that's what Daniels meant when he said he was human in a "define human" way." By the way, T'Pol totally was thinking how cute a human baby might look like. I know, I've seen the picture with naked T'Pol before Trip, so I know she ends up with him, but season 1 and 2 both ship T'Pol and Archer. I mean there are all sorts of signals. Like in this episode, when they had that conversation they had about human-vulcan babies and all those glances... I thought it was funny how T'Pol looked at Archer when he asked if human-vulcan babies would have pointed ears. So I enoyed it. It reminded me of the better season.