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 Berman Previews Enterprise
Enterprise Rick Berman, The executive producer of UPN's Star Trek: Enterprise, told SCI FI Wire that upcoming episodes of the show will continue to tap into elements of Star Trek's past, from the original series to Deep Space Nine to the current show. "We're going to touch a little bit on Section 31, which has not been dealt with in a long time," Berman said in an interview. "We're going to touch on certain elements of the Augment experiments that Dr. Soong [Brent Spiner] had done. We'll see the launch of the Columbia, the next starship."

Berman added, "We're also going to deal, on a subtle basis, with the wondrous question of why the Klingons, starting with the first Star Trek film, didn't look quite like the Klingons from the original series. That's 'Affliction' and 'Divergence.' After that we've got 'Bound,' which deals with three Orion slave girls who come aboard Enterprise and wreak a bit of havoc. It's a really fun episode. And after that we have a two-parter dealing with a mirror universe, the same mirror universe that was visited in [the] original series, 100 years in the future, and also on Deep Space Nine, 200 years in the future." UPN has scheduled "Affliction" for Feb. 18 and "Divergence" for Feb. 25. Enterprise airs Fridays at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
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