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- The podcast for this episode (once available at the official site, don't know about now) said Elizabeth was played by girl/boy twins, named Grace and Riley. Grace turned out to be a little hyperactive for their needs, so Riley wounded up having the most "on screen" time.
- But I don't remember their surname ever being said, sorry. -- Miranda Jackson (Talk) 03:49, 29 May 2006 (UTC)
Forum:Half Human, Half VulcanEdit
In Star Trek:Enterprise why can't Trip and T'Pol have a child if Spock is half-human? -Mickpanf16
- They could have (with Phlox's or whoever's help), per "E²" ("Lorian"). The binary cloning technique used by Paxton prior to "Demons" had a flaw and therefore Elizabeth didn't turn out right. It was specifically stated (probably as a nod to Spock fans) that there is no medical reason for Vulcans and Humans not to be able to have children (although E² referred to a physician's help as necessary). There was no doctor (just a Vulcan mid-wife) presumably present during Spock's birth (as seen in Star Trek V).--Tim Thomason 03:10, 1 August 2006 (UTC)
as self-admitted speculation. -Angry Future Romulan 18:13, May 28, 2010 (UTC)
Lorian - first Human-Vulcan hybrid? Edit
Isn't Lorian from "E²" the first Human-Vulcan hybrid? His fate remains unknown, whether dead, alive or erased from history. Shouldn't there be a note of some kind on the main page, perhaps as bg info, to that effect?--Brumagnus 06:35, January 18, 2011 (UTC)
- So it seems. However, Lorian was from an alternate universe. The Captain of the first Enterprise that tried to stop the Xindi. So, considering the cosmos in which T'Pol & Tucker do not marry, Elizabeth T'les Tucker is the first Vulcan/Earthling.--ElizabethTlesTucker 02:38, April 23, 2012 (UTC)