Tuesday, February 22, 2005



Quoted from the site:
The blasphemous indiginant nightmare that was ST-Enterprise is finally coming to an end.

How many times did they insult our intelligence as diligent trek fans with vagrant canon violations? How many stooopid episodes did they expose us to? How come NX-01 was so much more advanced than Kirk's NCC-1701???

Why? Not because there is an issue with the Trek-Universe. DEFINATELY NOT. The issue(s) are in the details the things that fuel fandom, the very things that the creators of NX-01 simply forgot to do. They thought they could abuse our loyalty. They were wrong.

From day one this show didn't feel like a Trek show and unfortunately it never improved. Instead of wasting our time with boring rehash episodes of character x gets infected with unknown virus y, or character b and c get stranded - we could have had an all out slugfest with the Klingons. Instead Klingons appears in a half dozen episodes (maybe at best) in 4 years?? How many Classic series episodes were they in over the same period?

Science Fiction fans, especially those of the Trek persuasion are a loyal bunch (how else can you explain Episode I: A Phantom Menace or the odd numbered Star Trek(tm) Movies?) but we're also an intellectual bunch that doesn't appreciate schlock. Enterprise dies at four while Stargate SG-1 is now on season 8 go figure.

It's been a long time, getting from there to here, it's been a long time and Enterprise's time is finally over.

Good Bye and Good Riddance.
You can even join a campaign to thank UPN for ending the show. Funny.

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