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Our entire assault fleet wiped out by a rebel attack. Thousands of your fellow Starfleet officers dead. If the Defiant hadn't arrived when it did, all of you would be among them. And who are we to blame for this? Not the brave men and women who gave their lives for the Empire. The criminals who are losing this war are sitting in their comfortable offices back at Starfleet Command. Their weakness invited our enemies to strike, and their corruption and arrogance have brought the Empire to the brink of defeat! I've been a soldier all my life. And I will not stand by and let these people destroy an empire that has endured for centuries! I ask you, all of you, to join me. We cannot put down this rebellion so long as our forces are commanded by dishonorable men. Before we can defeat the rebels, we must defeat them. That ship out there is the key to our victory. With the Defiant on our side, there will be nothing to stop us.
~ Archer's speech to the crew of the ISS Avenger

Commander Jonathan Archer is the Mirror Universe version of Captain Jonathan Archer who appeared as the protagonist villain of the two-part Season 4 episode "In a Mirror, Darkly" of Star Trek: Enterprise.

Like his prime universe counterpart, he was portrayed by Scott Bakula.


In the Mirror Universe, Archer served in the Imperial Starfleet as first officer on the ISS Enterprise (NX-01) under Captain Maximillian Forrest. He was originally in line to command the ISS Enterprise himself but lost the position to Forrest thanks to a few admirals scheming behind his back. He was also in a relationship with Hoshi Sato until she broke up with him to be with Forrest after he took command of the ISS Enterprise.

In 2155, Archer received a tip that the Tholians had captured a starship with advanced weaponry, and he attempted to convince Forrest to find the ship. After he was rebuffed, he staged a coup de'tat, imprisoning Forrest in the brig and seizing command of the ISS Enterprise. He then ordered chief engineer Commander Charles Tucker III to install a Suliban cloaking device to give the ISS Enterprise cloaking capabilities. Forrest was freed from the brig by Commander T'Pol and made his way to the bridge, only to find that Archer had set the ship on a course for the Tholian spacedock and encrypted the controls with a random code. For his mutiny, Archer spent several hours in the newly-developed agony booth until Forrest released him on orders from Starfleet Command, who decided that Archer may be onto something.

During a staff meeting, Archer explained that the ship that the Tholians captured, the USS Defiant (last seen in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "The Tholian Web"), was from hundreds of years into the future of an alternate reality. Forrest agreed to investigate the Defiant, much to Archer's smug satisfaction. Once the ISS Enterprise arrived at the spacedock, Archer led an away team aboard the Defiant, unaware that T'Pol had been ordered by Forrest to make sure he didn't return. After the ISS Enterprise was trapped inside a Tholian energy web and Forrest sacrificed himself to save his crew, Archer ordered the away team to restore the Defiant's systems in time to escape from the Tholians. He then had the surviving ISS Enterprise crewmembers brought aboard.

Sometime later, Archer perused the Defiant's library computer and discovered that, in the prime reality, humanity formed an interspecies alliance, the United Federation of Planets, instead of a Terran Empire, much to his distaste. He was then angered to learn that his prime counterpart was a highly respected explorer and bitterly criticized Archer Prime for selling out humanity's future to aliens.

After Crewman Kelby was attacked and killed by an unknown assailant and the Defiant is unable to achieve warp capability due to missing plasma regulators, Archer sadistically interrogated an alien slave and learned that the culprit was Slar, a Gorn slave master. While security was trying to track down Slar, Archer hallucinated seeing Archer Prime taunting him, and he angrily ordered Major Malcolm Reed to assemble a search party, intending to lead it himself. He then made contact with Slar and demanded that the Gorn return the plasma regulators, only to be refused, so he, Reed, and the search team went to find Slar. After Reed was seriously engineered in an explosion, Archer continued the search, only to be attacked by the Gorn, who wounded him in the leg. Archer, in a panic, ordered T'Pol to shut down the gravity plating on Slar's side of the deck. Once Slar was incapacitated, Archer took a plasma rifle from a MACO and shot Slar many times, killing him.

Repaired, the Defiant arrived in time to save the ISS Avenger (NX-09) from a rebel attack, and Archer invited Admiral Black, the Avenger's commanding officer, aboard the Defiant. He asked Black for a battlefield promotion and requested to be officially put in command of the Defiant. While Black continued to speak, Archer again hallucinated Archer Prime feeding him words about how Black was plotting to take the Defiant back to Earth and claim credit for the ship's discovery; this prompted Archer to vaporize Black with his phaser.

In the shuttle bay later on, Archer addressed the Enterprise and Avenger crewmembers, announcing his intentions to overthrow the current leadership of Starfleet Command. T'Pol and Soval, a Vulcan crewman from the Avenger, agreed that Archer's megalomania made him dangerous, and they conspired to kill him, bringing Phlox in on the conspiracy, though the attempt ultimately failed, with T'Pol and Phlox captured while Soval was killed along with many others aboard the Avenger which was destroyed in a battle against the Defiant.

After passionate sex with Sato in his quarters, Archer boasted of his certain victory and had a drink of champagne, only to then collapse to the floor and learn that Sato had spiked his drink and intended to become Empress in his stead. He then apparently died.


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My only concern is saving the Empire.
~ Archer to Forrest after he rejects his proposal.
This is First Officer Archer. In accordance with Starfleet orders this date, I've relieved Captain Forrest of duty and assumed command of Enterprise. My orders are to take the ship into Tholian space for a mission of vital importance to the Empire. I can't reveal the details of our assignment, but I can tell you this: If we're successful, Starfleet will crush the Rebellion once and for all. No crew in Starfleet has been tested more in battle. I know I can count on each of you to perform your duty to the best of your ability. Nothing will impede our march toward victory. Long live the Empire!
~ Archer's address to the ISS Enterprise crew
Maybe we should keep our relationship on a professional level.
~ Archer to Sato, after she attempts to stab him.
I'm Captain Archer. You're on board the Terran flagship, Enterprise. Answer my questions, or you will be harmed.
~ Archer to the Tholian captive.
You going to shoot me now or wait for court-martial?
~ Archer to Forrest, after coming out of the agony booth
More like a Federation of Fools.
~ Archer about the prime reality.
There's nothing great about that man! He sold out Earth's future to a group of subhuman species. Great men are not peacemakers. Great men are conquerors!
~ Archer about his prime universe self.
I'd have better luck sending a squad of Tellarites to capture this thing.
~ Archer to Reed.
You're relieved, Admiral.
~ Archer to Admiral Black, before killing him.
The Defiant will prevail. It's simply a matter of firepower.
~ Archer to T'Pol.
They're loyal to the Emperor. They don't really care who it is. By the time the fleet arrives, the reign of Emperor Jonathan Archer will have already begun.
~ Archer's last lines.



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