Enterprise Rampage

It has been for a little over month since I started Star Trek Enterprise and it has just gotten better and better. Scott Bakula plays an excellent captain on the Star Ship Enterprise. He has that air to him, and this cast of Enterprise are little different then past Star Treks. I enjoyed Season 1, flew through Season 2, and kept going in Season 3. The show is damn good, it also helps that Commander T’pol is a very hot Vulcan if I have ever seen one.

I can’t believe they cancelled the show at the end of Season 4. I just started Season 4 and I know its going to be good, I just hope they gave us a conclusive ending. I have lost a lot of sleep watching this show and I enjoyed every minute. I think my longest Enterprise marathon was 16 hours.

A guy who is just trying to enjoy life!

7 Comments

  1. Farhad

    I find it strange that you liked a ST show that was deemed a tragic failure and deviation from classical Star Trek content.

    This show was a disaster.

  2. Farhad, seasons 3 and 4 were among the best Star Trek ever, the Xindi arc was kick ass and Season 4 goes back to the origins of ST, Vulvans, Klingons, the start of the Federation. What’s not to like?

    I also like the fact that characters change in this serious, especially someone like Archer who starts off idealistic and goody two shoes and develops into a ruthless, tough and desperate Captain.

  3. After an 18 year break from watching Star Trek, I found Enterprise last October on Sci-Fi. I joined in the middle of season 3 and after watching the remainder of the season I went out and bought the entire series on DVD. It was fantastic. Archer by far was the best of the Captains (except for maybe Kirk in the movies). Connor Trinneer was awesome as Commander Tucker and Jolene Blalock “out Vulcaned” Lenard Nimoy. The stories were good, the cast excellent, the special effects were out standing and it even had a little romance. I don’t know how anyone could have hated this series.

  4. Farhad: I have seen every star trek since the late 80s, and I think this is the one the best shows yet.

    amer: Exactly, the best part is that it is the start of the Federation. I like that they are moving forward and changing around.

    Cat: I don’t do tags! Thanks! :)

    Q80-ChillGirl: I don’t do tags! hehehe :)

    The Middleman: Exactly, I loved it. It was a great show, it should have been longer, too bad people just don’t understand!

  5. Jons01

    I have always been a Star Trek fan. Loved the Original, Next Gen was good. I kind of got tired of Deep Space 9, could not get into Voyager at all. But Enterprise… WOW!

    Star Trek at its roots. Back to the days when the Captain was excited to explore strange new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilizations. To boldly go where no human has gone before. Then as Star Trek has always done, Enterprise took on the current issues of today. The Columbia Disaster, 9/11 and more. Scott wondered how they could continue to entertain when the nation was hurting the way it was. And the Xindi arc was written. It was excellent. The Captain would do anything to save his planet and his species. The airlock scene is particularly good. But he struggles with the morality of his choices. His crew trusts him, has faith in him, questions him. But stands behind their Captain all the way.

    The interaction between the crew had a more personal feel, more like Kirk, Spock and Bones. Sometimes even better.

    Enterprise deserved at least a 7 year run. At 4 years it still had so much more.

    And the Finale, starring Jonathan Frakes. With appearances by Scott Bakula, Connor Trinner, Jolene Blalock, Dominic Keating, Linda Park, Anthony Montgomery and John Billingsley. If Troi had to memorize Captain Archer’s speech in grammar school, why did they cut before the famous speech that was the beginning of the Federation. All so Riker could decide to tell Picard about the Pegasus. Pretty bad.

    IMHO

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