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Henry Archer Edit

I know we aren't supposed to nitpick, but is it worth mentioning that in a previous episode Captain Archer says that his father died when he was 12, while in this one he claims to have asked his father's advice when entering flight school? This seems to be a rather significant continuity error. -Randy 09:41, 14 October 2008 (UTC)

Either that, or the age to enter flight school is different. When people use the term "flight school" today, it doesn't mean a college or something. It means basic flight training, which someone may enter at 16 in the United States. --OuroborosCobra talk 17:51, 14 October 2008 (UTC)

Removed Edit

I removed the following note:

  • Leslie Silva (Danica Erickson) previously played a regular character called Sarah Forbes in the sci-fi series, Odyssey 5, created by Manny Coto, Enterprise's executive producer.

The note doesn't seem relevant to this article, being much more relevant to the page about Silva. --Defiant 04:52, October 7, 2011 (UTC)

wtf? Edit

"In a bit of irony, many of the protests of the original transporter, as described by Erickson during one of the initial conversations, came true throughout Star Trek lore (psychosis, copies, etc.)." - This needs help, perhaps from Hoshi...

Basically, they're saying that several of the problems which Erickson lists are all realized in episodes of other Trek serieses. Here's the quote:

"People said it was unsafe, that it caused brain cancer, psychosis, and even sleep disorders. And then there was all that metaphysical chatter about whether or not the person who arrived after the transport was the same person who left, and not some weird copy." --LauraCC (talk) 18:41, December 7, 2017 (UTC)