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    Quote Originally Posted by monkey_man132 View Post
    Well your right lol I haven't seen many episodes mostly thanks to copyright laws taking them all off Youtube but lets not go there(some rule about talking about illegal video stuff on Gateworld).Ive seen the first half of season 1 of Enterprise in order and i liked it.Then the syndication episodes are showing like season 2 and i need to catch up I'm maybe gonna buy season 1 on DVD.I like the episode "Judgment" so far cause i like Klingons and shows with court cases on them. Yea your right people say TNG was the best and i have seen couple on Spike i saw the one that Q introduced the Borg it was cool.
    Actually, DS9 is my favourite.....then TNG and Enterprise tie or change spots depending on my mood.

    And definitely come share your thoughts on DS9 eps in the DS9 Superior thread! We love newbies.

    Judgement was cool- though that was one of the few eps of ENT that I found didn't stand up to repeat viewings as well- though perhaps that's because I've seen it at least four times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trek_Girl42 View Post
    Actually, DS9 is my favourite.....then TNG and Enterprise tie or change spots depending on my mood.

    And definitely come share your thoughts on DS9 eps in the DS9 Superior thread! We love newbies.

    Judgement was cool- though that was one of the few eps of ENT that I found didn't stand up to repeat viewings as well- though perhaps that's because I've seen it at least four times.
    Honestly I don't know what I'm getting into. When i started watching Stargate I was like "ok 9 seasons of Sg1 and 2 of SGA to watch" (at that time) and I eventually watched every single episode.But Star Trek..thats going to be tough I have got to watch every episode of every season of each of the shows and all the movies to be complete .I just have to now.

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    You don't know how lucky you are!

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    Yes- to have it alllllll laid out before you. It took me two years to see all of Trek including the movies (minus nine DS9 episodes that got skipped by the channel, so I haven't seen those yet).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trek_Girl42 View Post
    Yes- to have it alllllll laid out before you. It took me two years to see all of Trek including the movies (minus nine DS9 episodes that got skipped by the channel, so I haven't seen those yet).
    hey, your one post from 7000

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkey_man132 View Post
    hey, your one post from 7000
    Muahaha, I just made my 7000th post.








    #7001

    hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trek_Girl42 View Post
    Muahaha, I just made my 7000th post.








    #7001

    hehe
    lol well...well i got like 50 something so there!

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    I was really turned off by all of the fan *****ing about this show. Its funny cause i really liked it, had my dad tape it for me. I liked it enough to buy all the dvd's at their exorbant prices.

    My one quibble with purist of the original is space seed.... uhm, i dont remember a eugenics war in 1990 XD Dweebs, lol.

    Obviously time travel changes things, and trek has alot of time travel.

    In the end enterprise was very much the story of Jon Archer and his role in creating the federation. And thats what i wanted to see. It bridged 2003 to the 22th and 23rd centuries. And it took millions of deaths, a vulcan reformation, andorian wars and etc to do this. The changes these events had on earth and on archer made the very foundation of the federation.

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    I appreciate all Trek series. ENT is no different. I loved the Xindi arc. I loved that they were turning their attention to the 22nd century--a period which is rarely seen in ANY science fiction show. And, I loved the concept of the show, exploring the pioneering age of the Universe we have come to know.

    I do, however, dislike some of the stuff that Berman and Braga decided to do with it. What they did with the last hour is a prime example.


    I was disheartened when the it was cancelled. I was really looking forward to their going to Berengaria and seeing those dragons.

    "Dragons can't change who they are, but who would want them to? Dragons are powerful, amazing creatures."--Hiccup; Dragons: Riders of Berk

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    I need some help guys. For those of you who live in the US, can you tell me what the TV Rating was for the first part of "In a Mirror, Darkly?" I'm tagging the episode for my iPod, and it has no rating. I know the second part was rated "TV-PG DL"

    And for the recod, I decided to post in an existing Enterprise thread instead of creating a new thread.

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    I thought TV shows weren't rated?

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    I need some help guys. For those of you who live in the US, can you tell me what the TV Rating was for the first part of "In a Mirror, Darkly?" I'm tagging the episode for my iPod, and it has no rating. I know the second part was rated "TV-PG DL"

    And for the recod, I decided to post in an existing Enterprise thread instead of creating a new thread.
    I was going to say TV-PG (but what the frak does DL mean?), because I think that was what it was when UPN aired it in syndication, but now I'm not positive.

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    I was going to say TV-PG (but what the frak does DL mean?), because I think that was what it was when UPN aired it in syndication, but now I'm not positive.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Televis...#United_States

    D for suggestive dialogue or drama (suggestive or explicit subject matter)
    L for mild coarse language

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Televis...#United_States

    D for suggestive dialogue or drama (suggestive or explicit subject matter)
    L for mild coarse language
    Wow.....sadly, I just read half that page. These ratings really do get complicated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trek_Girl42 View Post
    Wow.....sadly, I just read half that page. These ratings really do get complicated.
    Got that right.

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    OK, so I'm watching the first 4 episodes from season 3 on Sci Fi on Monday:They we're great!!!OMG it was so awesome to see the adventures of the first enterprise trying to find the Xindi.I'm thinking though, why are they so scared they can build huge weapons capable of devastating planets but they have problems with one human vessel?I'm so excited to see what will happen.I swear I'm starting to like star Trek more than Stargate.Never mind i misspoke nothing is greater than Stargate( ) but i have to admit its a breath of fresh air too see an exciting science fiction show.The thing i like is that every episode we encounter new races not just always bumping into the Goa'uld for example.In Stargate meeting 100 different races seemed to create plot holes but it makes you understand a sense of how large the galaxy is in Star Trek Enterprise.

    Also, an update on my growing Trekkie status:Everyday I'm watching DS9,TNG, and Voyager on Spike TV.I like Voyager the best (after Enterprise of course).

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    I had to make time this afternoon to watch Cold Front, one of those episodes that just never gets tired. I think it has pretty much everything- all of the characters had things to do, not just the big three. I love the little scene where Hoshi and Travis were alone on the bridge and Travis sat in the captain's chair. There was some great action, cool tech without the babble, Daniels (one of my favourite characters on the series), amazing visuals- the hologram in Daniel's quarters is fantastic, and then there was the lovely plume of agasoria, and Phlox had plenty to do. And some great suspense. And of course an ominious ending. You almost never go wrong with an ominious ending. And love the moment where Trip was explaining the warp reactor and one of the aliens turned out to be a warp field theorist.

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    Had to watch Dear Doctor this evening, such a fantastic episode. I absolutely love Phlox, and John Billingsly was fantastic in this episode right from the beginning. I really like the slow teaser in which nothing happens except Phlox feeding his pets- and then he eats the worm. Beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caldwell's 2IC View Post
    And ENTERPRISE filled some gaps in the general Star Trek stoy arc, such as why the klingons looked like humans in Kirk's era
    OK HOW did I miss that episode ??? Someone tell me...why did the Klingons look human in Kirk's era?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Jackson View Post


    In a Mirror, Darkly, Parts I & II
    TOS "Mirror, Mirror" and the five DS9 episodes dealing with the Mirror Universe work, because we see our characters crossover. Here, there is no crossover, there is only the Mirror Universe. The whole point of the Mirror Universe is to provide a contrast! Here, there's no contrast, so this story was a waist of two episodes.
    I beg to differ, there was no waste in these two episodes (but hoshi did show plenty of "waist" ). The contrast was in what we had watched the crew members BE over the past four seasons.
    As a life-long Trekkie, I adore the mirror universe storylines. They work on MANY levels. It is not simply a contrast but another way things "could be". It is the old "there but for the grace of god...." It shows us what lurks deep inside each of us and how differing circumstances bring out different abilities and choices.

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