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"I'm sure history will reflect our contributions." -T'Pol, a reference to the NX-01's mysterious absence from most of Trek history?''
 
"I'm sure history will reflect our contributions." -T'Pol, a reference to the NX-01's mysterious absence from most of Trek history?''
::Actually, the upcoming Riker/Troi appearance in {{e|These Are the Voyages...}} apparently will lay that speculation to rest. (And note, this was a personal speculation, not article material; hence why it was moved to Discussion.) --[[user: Sasoriza|Sasoriza]], 18:00 EST, 7 May 05
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::Actually, the upcoming Riker/Troi appearance in {{e|These Are the Voyages...}} apparently will lay that speculation to rest. (And note, this was a personal speculation, not article material; hence why it was moved to Discussion.) -- [[user: Sasoriza|Sasoriza]], 18:00 EST, 7 May 05
*I wouldn't call that fan speculation as much as an in-joke..being the one who added it. I'm sure it's not the first time a tongue-in-cheek reference has been made. And as for proving the Enterprise's existence in the other Star Treks, TATV wouldn't be the first. {{film|10}} featured the [[USS Archer]], a ''deliberate'' reference to Captain Archer. -[[User:AJHalliwell|AJHalliwell]] 08:27, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)
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:::I wouldn't call that fan speculation as much as an in-joke .. being the one who added it. I'm sure it's not the first time a tongue-in-cheek reference has been made. And as for proving the Enterprise's existence in the other Star Treks, TATV wouldn't be the first. {{film|10}} featured the [[USS Archer]], a ''deliberate'' reference to Captain Archer. - [[User:AJHalliwell|AJHalliwell]] 08:27, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)
   
 
== Missing Elizabeth Twins? ==
 
== Missing Elizabeth Twins? ==
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Neither this episode nor {{e|Terra Prime}} list the names of the twin baby girls who play (unnamed baby girl) later named, "[[Elizabeth]]". IMDB doesn't list it either, and i'm having trouble getting through a proxy server at Star Trek.com, so if anyone could find this out and add it... - [[User:AJHalliwell|AJHalliwell]] 08:31, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)
Neither this episode nor "[[Terra Prime (episode)]]" list the names of the twin baby girls who play (unnamed baby girl) later named, "[[Elizabeth]]". IMDB doesn't list it either, and i'm having trouble getting through a proxy server at Star Trek.com, so if anyone could find this out and add it... -[[User:AJHalliwell|AJHalliwell]] 08:31, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)
 
 
 
:I listened to the podcast shortly after "Terra Prime" first aired, and TPTB (I'm blanking on their names, sorry) said the twins were actually a boy and a girl set, named Riley and Grace. I remember that Riley wound up being used in (almost?) all of Elizabeth's onscreen appearances, because he proved to be quieter than his sister. Unfortunately, though, the babies' last name wasn't said. [[User:Randee15|Randee15]] 11:38, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)
 
:I listened to the podcast shortly after "Terra Prime" first aired, and TPTB (I'm blanking on their names, sorry) said the twins were actually a boy and a girl set, named Riley and Grace. I remember that Riley wound up being used in (almost?) all of Elizabeth's onscreen appearances, because he proved to be quieter than his sister. Unfortunately, though, the babies' last name wasn't said. [[User:Randee15|Randee15]] 11:38, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)
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::Should they have pages, then? -- [[User:LauraCC|LauraCC]] ([[User talk:LauraCC|talk]]) 17:40, October 23, 2015 (UTC)
::Should they have pages, then? --[[User:LauraCC|LauraCC]] ([[User talk:LauraCC|talk]]) 17:40, October 23, 2015 (UTC)
 
   
 
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I am removing the following iformation on grounds that it is flase
 
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:''This is the third last episode of Star Trek: Enterprise's fourth season. The third last episode of Star Trek: Voyager was entitled {{e|Demon}}. ''
''This is the third last episode of Star Trek: Enterprise's fourth season. The third last episode of Star Trek: Voyager was entitled "[[Demon]]". ''
 
   
 
Demon was not the third last episode of Voyager. [[User:Jaz|Jaz]] 21:54, 24 Sep 2005 (UTC)
 
Demon was not the third last episode of Voyager. [[User:Jaz|Jaz]] 21:54, 24 Sep 2005 (UTC)
   
 
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I think that given the arbitrary nature of up and down in artificial gravity, and that when Mayweather says "above" from where he was on Enterprise he would have been looking up to Columbia. I think the point should be deleted. {{unsigned-anon|70.72.207.104}}
I think that given the arbitrary nature of up and down in artificial gravity, and that when Mayweather says "above" from where he was on Enterprise he would have been looking up to Columbia.
 
I think the point should be deleted. {{unsigned-anon|70.72.207.104}}
 
 
:Removed. &mdash; [[User:Morder|Morder]] 07:01, 9 June 2009 (UTC)
 
:Removed. &mdash; [[User:Morder|Morder]] 07:01, 9 June 2009 (UTC)

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"I'm sure history will reflect our contributions." -T'Pol, a reference to the NX-01's mysterious absence from most of Trek history?

Actually, the upcoming Riker/Troi appearance in "These Are the Voyages..." apparently will lay that speculation to rest. (And note, this was a personal speculation, not article material; hence why it was moved to Discussion.) -- Sasoriza, 18:00 EST, 7 May 05
I wouldn't call that fan speculation as much as an in-joke .. being the one who added it. I'm sure it's not the first time a tongue-in-cheek reference has been made. And as for proving the Enterprise's existence in the other Star Treks, TATV wouldn't be the first. Star Trek Nemesis featured the USS Archer, a deliberate reference to Captain Archer. - AJHalliwell 08:27, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)

Missing Elizabeth Twins? Edit

Neither this episode nor "Terra Prime" list the names of the twin baby girls who play (unnamed baby girl) later named, "Elizabeth". IMDB doesn't list it either, and i'm having trouble getting through a proxy server at Star Trek.com, so if anyone could find this out and add it... - AJHalliwell 08:31, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)

I listened to the podcast shortly after "Terra Prime" first aired, and TPTB (I'm blanking on their names, sorry) said the twins were actually a boy and a girl set, named Riley and Grace. I remember that Riley wound up being used in (almost?) all of Elizabeth's onscreen appearances, because he proved to be quieter than his sister. Unfortunately, though, the babies' last name wasn't said. Randee15 11:38, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)
Should they have pages, then? -- LauraCC (talk) 17:40, October 23, 2015 (UTC)

Error in background information Edit

I am removing the following iformation on grounds that it is flase

This is the third last episode of Star Trek: Enterprise's fourth season. The third last episode of Star Trek: Voyager was entitled "Demon".

Demon was not the third last episode of Voyager. Jaz 21:54, 24 Sep 2005 (UTC)

RE: The Final Background Information Point Edit

I think that given the arbitrary nature of up and down in artificial gravity, and that when Mayweather says "above" from where he was on Enterprise he would have been looking up to Columbia. I think the point should be deleted. The preceding unsigned comment was added by 70.72.207.104 (talk).

Removed. — Morder 07:01, 9 June 2009 (UTC)
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