Star trails during warp Edit
During Robinson's warp test you can clearly see the characteristic star trails but when he exits warp he does so still inside our solar system, near Jupiter it looked like. Would there be any reason to see those star trails if he didn't even pass any stars? /PP
- A possible explanation would be that since warp drive actually warps space the stars just look like they're trailing because of the warp effect. But all explanations are speculation. — Morder 14:03, 10 June 2009 (UTC)
- This is the 50th episode of the series produced.
- Archer's willingness to disobey orders to prove the validity of his engine mirrors an incident in which his father sneaked into a materials lab to run simulations without permission, in order to prove that his own equations were as valid as those of his Vulcan mentors. The incident was detailed in a piece of his biography seen in ENT: "Singularity".
The first is unnecessary - though we note the larger 100th episode milestones when regarding the entirety of star trek. The second is a opinion and not shown to be intentional. — Morder (talk) 23:36, 5 July 2009 (UTC)
- An uncorrected blooper remained in the episode. During the scene at the 602 Club with Forrest, Archer calls him "Admiral".