UPN (ended 2005)
|The Xindi storyline was a poor man's attempt at being relevant with current times and really drug the series down. Episodes like "North Star" and alien Nazis didn't help either.|
|I really tried to watch Enterprise with an open mind being a long-time Trek fan - almost 30 years now - and couldn't see many redeeming qualities about it.|
|Even TOS's sex situations came off less sleazy than this series did. Ditto for the cat-suit wearing Vulcan that also ran around in panties and t-shirts for the viewer's 'entertainment'.|
|Won't say it was a total loss, but finale just about gave it that distinction out of all the series.|
|I think that the Xindi story was great. I thought that that was when the series really started to become great. However, if you don't like it, that's your opinion. We are all entitled to our opinions, and I respect yours, even if I don't agree.|
|Like I said earlier, that's your opinion, and we are all entitled to our opinions. My father watched the original Star Trek, but didn't watch any of the others until I got him into them. He thinks that Enterprise is very good. In fact, he says that it's one of the better Star Trek series that they made.|
|True. However, if they allowed this kind of stuff back in the 60's, I have the feeling that Gene Roddenberry would have had more revealing outfits for the women.|
|Yeah, that finale episode was terrible and should never have been made. The two part episode before it would have been a perfect way to end the series (concluding continuing plots that formed throughout the series, and specifically the fourth season; linking the episode with Star Treks which are set later, with the half-vulcan half-human reminding us me of Spock--Phlox said that having such a baby would actually be possible-- and some other examples I can't remember at the moment; they covered the relationships--especially Trip and T'pol's-- much better than the finale handled them; and also, Archer was actually able to make his speech, without having the hollodeck be turned off.) There was no reason they needed that episode. Instead, they could have used that episode to have one more standalone episode, or maybe get rid of one standalone episode and have one more two-part episode.|
|The episode were the romulans were using a remote ship was dumb cause if you could do that, then why have manned ships at all in the future? There's just to much to complain about and thats from someone who isn't all obsessive.|
|you didn't see them throwing out the baby with the bath water when it came to established points.|
I have recently decided to try to FORCE myself to give ENT another chance, though.
Last week, I sat through the ENTIRETY of "Daedalus". It hurt.
Wish me luck in my quest!