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What rating would you give "Detained"?  

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  1. 1. What rating would you give "Detained"?

    • 5. It's great, I loved it!
    • 4. It's good
    • 3. It's average
    • 2. It's not that good
    • 1. I hated it!

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Production: 021

Season: 1 Episode: 20

DVD Disc: 6

Air Date: 04.24.2002

Mission Date: Unknown


Review not yet available.



Scott Bakula as Jonathan Archer

John Billingsley as Dr. Phlox

Jolene Blalock as T'Pol

Dominic Keating as Malcolm Reed

Anthony Montgomery as Travis Mayweather

Linda Park as Hoshi Sato

Connor Trinneer as Charles "Trip" Tucker III


Guest Cast:

Dean Stockwell as Colonel Grat

Christopher Shea as Sajen

Jessica D. Stone as Narra

Dennis Christopher as Danik

David Kagen as Major Klev


Creative Staff:

Director: David Livingston

Teleplay By: Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong

Story By: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga


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An unconscious Archer and Travis wake up in a detention camp for Suliban


This is very much like an episode from the original series because it comes with a message that deals with real things that have happened in our past. Like the Japanese Americans during WW2, Suliban are taken to detention centers after the attacks by the Suliban cabal. This is also where we see Dean Stockwell as a special guest, for those who don’t know, Dean was a regular cast member of Scott’s previous TV series “Quantum Leap”. We find out that not all Suliban are bad, only some and that some are actually good. Another great story.



***** out of *****

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I give it a 4. Tonight there's gonna be a jailbreak! Kinda like Hogan's Heroes, sans the humor. They could have gotten out quickly, but chose to stay behind to help others. Either Montgomery's acting needs improvement or Livingston's directing does. Still, it helped that they actually mentioned the parallel to WWII's camps. It was begging to be said, and Bakula did not disappoint. I give it a 4.

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