Star Trek: Enterprise

Carpenter Street - S3-E11

Corrected entry: Captain Archer does not know how to drive a car, but he is from a time when they had cars, and Trip even says in a previous episode that the escape pod him and the princess are in reminded him of his first car.

02:05:15 - 02:06:20

Correction: Just because cars were still in use, it does not mean everyone can drive one. Archer's father was a pioneer of space travel, so it is not unlikely he learnt to fly a shuttle rather than drive a car. As a child he spent his time fantasising about flying space ships. Similarly, Travis would be unlikely to drive because he grew up on a freighter, not on Earth.

Exile - S3-E6

Corrected entry: In the episode, "Exile," Enterprise stops at 75,000 Km from the sphere and when Archer is radioing back he says the are, "79,000 km and closing."

Correction: The Sphere was hidden from Enterprise's sensors, and T'Pol could only approximate how far away the Sphere was supposed to be (75,000 kilometers). When Archer reports, he says they've "approached 79,000 kilometers and still no sign," meaning they've gone past T'Pol's original estimate with still no visible sign of the Sphere.

JC Fernandez

Zero Hour - S3-E24

Corrected entry: In the episode, "Zero Hour," T'Pol says in her Starlog that the date is February 14, 2152. This episode takes place in 2154.

Correction: Character flaw: Even though a Vulcan, T'Pol can still make mistakes. The confusing Earth calendar is probably what prompted Starfleet to eventually adopt the stardate system.

JC Fernandez

Carpenter Street - S3-E11

Corrected entry: Archer says that Daniels is supposed to know things, being from the "thirtieth century." But in previous episodes Daniels, identifies himself as being from the thirty-first century.

Correction: This makes perfect sense in the context, as Archer was speaking with anger and was being sarcastic at the time. Most people don't get all of the details right in those circumstances.

Zero Hour - S3-E24

Corrected entry: The Reptilian Xindi says there are seven human life signs on the ship they're scanning. However, only six were on the ship.

Correction: Daniels was the seventh person on the ship.

The Shipment - S3-E7

Corrected entry: In the episode, "The Shipment," inside the Xindi lab Reed pulls the fourth Kimosite canister from the crate and scans it. However, in the next shot as the Xindi are returning, the third canister is missing.

Correction: The canister is still there, but just off camera.

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