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    Quote Originally Posted by Xaeden View Post
    For the most part. The Organians told the Klingons and Federation they would not allow a war and asked them to leave. This appears to have led to the two sides agreeing to said treaty off-screen as it was first referenced in "The Trouble of Tribbles."
    As I recall, it was directly referenced at some point.
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    If you mean the treaty, it was, as mentioned, directly referenced in "The Trouble With Tribbles." Here are quotes from the episode:

    CHEKOV: Under terms of the Organian Peace Treaty, one side or the other must prove it can develop the planet most efficiently.

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    KOLOTH: I might also add that under terms of the Organian Peace Treaty, you cannot refuse us.
    There was no talk of a treaty in "Errand of Mercy" if that's what you were asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xaeden View Post
    If you mean the treaty, it was, as mentioned, directly referenced in "The Trouble With Tribbles." Here are quotes from the episode:



    There was no talk of a treaty in "Errand of Mercy" if that's what you were asking.
    The Organians stopped the children from fighting in "Errand"; it is implied by other comments in the series that a treaty was negotiated offscreen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annoyed View Post
    The Organians stopped the children from fighting in "Errand"; it is implied by other comments in the series that a treaty was negotiated offscreen.
    My apologies, but I don't know what the point of this all is. I only included the line about Sherman's Planet in my quote because the part after that clarified that the "two parties" Spock was talking about were the Klingons and Federation. We were discussing first contact between these two. Sherman's Planet, the Organians, and the treaty are separate issues.

    I don't know if you brought it up because you think it relates to what we were discussing or whether it triggered a legitimate question about your memory that you wanted clarified. I've been treating it as the latter, but you've oddly spent the last two posts repeating what I've said. Before you stated it was directly referenced after I mentioned what episode it was referenced in, and now you're restating that the treaty was negotiated off-screen (me: "the two sides agreeing to said treaty off-screen").

    I'm really confused about what's going on here.
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    There is 746 signatures on the petition now. Lets see we can reach 1,000. It is free to sign.

    I am annoyed what they were planning to do for season 5. If season 5 happened we my have got 2 more seasons or more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raj_2006 View Post
    There is 746 signatures on the petition now. Lets see we can reach 1,000. It is free to sign.

    I am annoyed what they were planning to do for season 5. If season 5 happened we my have got 2 more seasons or more.
    I'd be more annoyed that they killed the show with the never-ending Xindi story arc. S4 was quite good, but even I tuned out much of S3 when the Xindi showed up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annoyed View Post
    I'd be more annoyed that they killed the show with the never-ending Xindi story arc. S4 was quite good, but even I tuned out much of S3 when the Xindi showed up.
    Season 3 was good. Season 4 was great. What I read about season 5, it may have been great too.

    The petition has reached 778 signatures now. Lets keep going. If people serious want Star Trek: Enterprise back, either as a live action series again or animation series, the petition is one of the best way to show them. That we, the fans, want it to return and continue with season 5 onwards and maybe lead torwards a sequel-prequel series telling stories of the early years of the Federation, which I think should be called Star Trek: Federation or Star Trek: Rise of the Federation or Star Trek: The Rise of the Federation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Annoyed View Post
    The Organians stopped the children from fighting in "Errand"; it is implied by other comments in the series that a treaty was negotiated offscreen.
    The Organians....just like the Walkers of Sigma 957 in Babylon 5....either move out of their way or get stomped

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    783 signtures. Come on fans, we can do more. If you want Star Trek: Enterprise back, help sign the petition, share the petition and tell others please. Strength in numbers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raj_2006 View Post
    Season 3 was good. Season 4 was great. What I read about season 5, it may have been great too.

    The petition has reached 778 signatures now. Lets keep going. If people serious want Star Trek: Enterprise back, either as a live action series again or animation series, the petition is one of the best way to show them. That we, the fans, want it to return and continue with season 5 onwards and maybe lead torwards a sequel-prequel series telling stories of the early years of the Federation, which I think should be called Star Trek: Federation or Star Trek: Rise of the Federation or Star Trek: The Rise of the Federation.
    I'd rather see a new trek series that isn't a prequal or retro series. I want to see it go forward. I forget which series/episode it was, but one Trek TV episode ended 1000 or more years in the future, with the Captain & bridge crew of an "Enterprise" looking out across the gulf between galaxies as they were heading out to Andromeda, I think it was. I'd like to see that as a starting point.

    Move forward, not backwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annoyed View Post
    I'd rather see a new trek series that isn't a prequal or retro series. I want to see it go forward. I forget which series/episode it was, but one Trek TV episode ended 1000 or more years in the future, with the Captain & bridge crew of an "Enterprise" looking out across the gulf between galaxies as they were heading out to Andromeda, I think it was. I'd like to see that as a starting point.

    Move forward, not backwards.
    I wouldn't've minded if the series about Picard started off with his early years of starship command....i.e., have the first perhaps few seasons be set during his time on the Stargazer and then have some eps set during portions of his career you don't get to see on-screen and then have the final perhaps 2 seasons be set in 2399.

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    The petition has reached 795 signtures. Nearly at 800. We can reach 1,000+. Star Trek: Enterprise fans, help the petition by signing it, sharing it and tellings others. Strength in numbers. https://www.change.org/p/cbs-bring-s...n-5-on-netflix

    Quote Originally Posted by Annoyed View Post
    I'd rather see a new trek series that isn't a prequal or retro series. I want to see it go forward. I forget which series/episode it was, but one Trek TV episode ended 1000 or more years in the future, with the Captain & bridge crew of an "Enterprise" looking out across the gulf between galaxies as they were heading out to Andromeda, I think it was. I'd like to see that as a starting point.

    Move forward, not backwards.
    Well they already have ST: Picard, which is set in 2399. ST: Discovery is going over 900 years into the future. They could do another series set in the same year as ST: Picard on the Enterprise or another ship. They can still do Star Trek: Enterprise and have a sequel-prequel series while the other shows are set in the future of Star Trek: Enterprise. I wish they do an anthology series.

    Quote Originally Posted by mad_gater View Post
    I wouldn't've minded if the series about Picard started off with his early years of starship command....i.e., have the first perhaps few seasons be set during his time on the Stargazer and then have some eps set during portions of his career you don't get to see on-screen and then have the final perhaps 2 seasons be set in 2399.
    It would be great if they do an anthology series.


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    Petition has reached 800 signtures. We are very close to 1,000. Lets do this fans, please sign the petition, share and tell others. Strength in numbers.


    Anyone got any ideas about getting Star Trek: Enterprise back for more seasons and maybe a movie or 2?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raj_2006 View Post
    Petition has reached 800 signtures. We are very close to 1,000. Lets do this fans, please sign the petition, share and tell others. Strength in numbers.


    Anyone got any ideas about getting Star Trek: Enterprise back for more seasons and maybe a movie or 2?
    Yes, but it involves time travel. Go back in time and eliminate the Xindi story arc and jump from S2's finale (which is revealed to have been a nightmare or a holodeck thing) directly to Season 4.
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    You need 100,000 signatures at least for Paramount even to show interest. Probably more
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    Jelgate is right

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    The petition was started 3 years ago and only has 800 votes?
    It wasn't promoted. I checked the Imdb board archive and nothing.

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    One other thing... change.org is well known for pushing left-wing political causes, and, the site wants my name, email address and location. Sorry, I don't need to be bombarded with leftist advertising, nor do I need to have my information sold or traded to other parties.

    Maybe have them try a petition on a neutral or independently run site that doesn't want to collect info? I wouldn't sign it for those reasons alone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annoyed View Post
    One other thing... change.org is well known for pushing left-wing political causes, and, the site wants my name, email address and location. Sorry, I don't need to be bombarded with leftist advertising, nor do I need to have my information sold or traded to other parties.

    Maybe have them try a petition on a neutral or independently run site that doesn't want to collect info? I wouldn't sign it for those reasons alone.
    There is a box you can tick to not display your name and comment.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raj_2006 View Post
    There is a box you can tick to not display your name and comment.
    And if I click my heels 3 times....

    They may or may not display it, But they still have it. And the largely ineffective legislation that was passed restricting unwanted phone calls specifically exempts political calls and such, so it's a good bet that giving them either email address or any other contact info will give my info to a group of people who are trying to destroy the country.

    That site has a strong left bias, and I staunchly oppose its agenda. I will not give that site anything which might help it in any way.

    Whoever chose to put the petition on that site should have thought about alienating potential petitioners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annoyed View Post
    And if I click my heels 3 times....

    They may or may not display it, But they still have it. And the largely ineffective legislation that was passed restricting unwanted phone calls specifically exempts political calls and such, so it's a good bet that giving them either email address or any other contact info will give my info to a group of people who are trying to destroy the country.

    That site has a strong left bias, and I staunchly oppose its agenda. I will not give that site anything which might help it in any way.

    Whoever chose to put the petition on that site should have thought about alienating potential petitioners.
    And. The only thing they send is an e-mail on the update of the petition you have signed. You can stop those e-mails from being sent or just block them. So what is it is left-wing political causes, the important thing is, is it factual and justified.


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