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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilalaunebör View Post
    Squandered potential, because the concept was moderately cool. Par for the course with everything after DS9, tbh.
    p. much my feelings as well. Enterprise, Disco, and Picard are all cool story ideas that just got trashed by bad showrunning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilalaunebör View Post
    I have very little recollection of Enterprise, so at least it wasnt memorably bad.

    Some weird love drama with First Officer Vulcan Torpedotits, a dog with droopy eyes, and cheap set design?
    A bit strange description of Trip, the chief engineer but I see where you're coming from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan Dax View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lilalaunebör View Post
    I have very little recollection of Enterprise, so at least it wasnt memorably bad.

    Some weird love drama with First Officer Vulcan Torpedotits, a dog with droopy eyes, and cheap set design?
    A bit strange description of Trip, the chief engineer but I see where you're coming from.
    I think it fits the weapons officer guy better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilalaunebör View Post
    I have very little recollection of Enterprise, so at least it wasnt memorably bad.

    Some weird love drama with First Officer Vulcan Torpedotits, a dog with droopy eyes, and cheap set design? Idk, and something something time travel or parallel dimensions or something else.


    Squandered potential, because the concept was moderately cool. Par for the course with everything after DS9, tbh.
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    A "Vulcan Torpedotits" would fit right in there, probably best between

    "Nanoknives Veins Intrusion" and "Third Eye Implant"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruri View Post
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    I have very little recollection of Enterprise, so at least it wasnt memorably bad.

    Some weird love drama with First Officer Vulcan Torpedotits, a dog with droopy eyes, and cheap set design?
    A bit strange description of Trip, the chief engineer but I see where you're coming from.
    I think it fits the weapons officer guy better.
    Which reminds me that his side-story of working for Star Fleet's intelligence agency was also a good idea, but implemented meh IIRC

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    To be fair that was most of the plots in Enterprise. They had some really good ideas, the arc in season 1 notwithstanding, but seemed to really struggle to tell the actual stories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    To be fair that was most of the plots in Enterprise. They had some really good ideas, the arc in season 1 notwithstanding, but seemed to really struggle to tell the actual stories.
    I'm going to stick by my guns. Seasons 3 and 4 of Enterprise (excluding the obligatory Nazi episodes) were really good 'Trek'.


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    BTW, I'm at 12th ep of Enterprise and not once I've heard red alert sounded. Is that even a thing in the series? Feels weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Venec View Post
    BTW, I'm at 12th ep of Enterprise and not once I've heard red alert sounded. Is that even a thing in the series? Feels weird.
    You'll find out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Totally Not Larkonnis View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    To be fair that was most of the plots in Enterprise. They had some really good ideas, the arc in season 1 notwithstanding, but seemed to really struggle to tell the actual stories.
    I'm going to stick by my guns. Seasons 3 and 4 of Enterprise (excluding the obligatory Nazi episodes) were really good 'Trek'.
    Just pretend that the last episode didn't happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
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    BTW, I'm at 12th ep of Enterprise and not once I've heard red alert sounded. Is that even a thing in the series? Feels weird.
    You'll find out.
    Neat. Liking how the show slowly introduces concepts from previous series, like holodecks, phasers or beaming people with transporters.

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    Enterprise is my favorite trek series.
    Pity it got cut so short when the story was just getting going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Venec View Post
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    BTW, I'm at 12th ep of Enterprise and not once I've heard red alert sounded. Is that even a thing in the series? Feels weird.
    You'll find out.
    Neat. Liking how the show slowly introduces concepts from previous series, like holodecks, phasers or beaming people with transporters.
    That was its charm and main draw at the time.

    The mirror universe episodes are also awesome. Too bad we never got a TNG mirror universe episode.

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    Empress Hoshi Sato. Best damn twist in any Star Trek episode ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Verite Rendition View Post
    Empress Hoshi Sato. Best damn twist in any Star Trek episode ever.
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    Speaking of Locutus, Mike and Rich from RLM are back to talk about things they actually enjoy about Star Trek.


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    Quote Originally Posted by depili View Post
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    Empress Hoshi Sato. Best damn twist in any Star Trek episode ever.
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    That was a fantastic moment. But it wasn't a twist. It was an event. We saw him get abducted, so the audience knew that something was going to happen.
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    TBH if I hadn't knew beforehand what was going to happen I would've expected the crew of Enterprise to pull off some miraculous rescue out of their collective bums.

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    So, Lower Decks pilot episode.











    I did not hate it. More seriously,
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    exploring a classic Trek story with the twist that the person who saved the crew was a lowly ensign who technically went awol being given no recognition and the senior staff taking all the credit, that ain't a half bad idea. I'm enough of a R&M fan to not really care about the style, the animation is pretty much identical to that show but it works fine and the characters are distinct enough to feel unique. I giggled at the opening credits. The main characters could get old quick, so we'll see. Also the design of that ship is pointlessly inefficient, hopefully there's a joke about that at some point.

    Right now I'd put it in the same wheelhouse as The Orville, clearly being made by people who actually watched and enjoyed Star Trek, however you feel about the humor, which makes it better than any nu-trek (with my usual exceptions of Beyond and Calypso).
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