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Mr Shindiggery
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Would you recommend Star Trek: Enterprise?

Hey fellow Trekkers I have come to ask if you guys would recommend watching Star Trek: Enterprise, I love the Original Series and when I think of Trek that is the series I associate with it and I love the films, well most of them, my favs are 2,4,6,8,10 and 11. I also like Next Generation and love Voyager, what do you guys reckon and don`t forget to vote.


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only watch enterprise to see jolene blalock show some skin


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only watch enterprise to see jolene blalock show some skin


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Originally posted by Mr Shindiggery
Hey fellow Trekkers I have come to ask if you guys would recommend watching Star Trek: Enterprise, I love the Original Series and when I think of Trek that is the series I associate with it and I love the films, well most of them, my favs are 2,4,6,8,10 and 11. I also like Next Generation and love Voyager, what do you guys reckon and don`t forget to vote.


If you're a completist, then yes, watch it.

If you managed to sit through voyager without hurling a blunt object at the screen, then yes.


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It was a brilliant Idea that failed misserably.

The things they did right: Coming Up With The Temporal Cold War


The things they did wrong: Not ending The Temporal Cold War Well
Using The Borg
Using The Ferringi
Explaining The Reason For The Difference Between TOS Klingons and Movie/TNG/DS9/Voyager Klingons

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I actually really liked enterprise, especially after it hit its stride around season 3. I just wish it had another season or two to cover the Earth-Romulan War and to have a better conclusion than the crappy finale it had or maybe even revealed who the shadowy guy commanding the Suliban was (I have my own idea...)


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Ditto on the Suliban comment. I wanted to know more.



Also, I loved Enterprise. It was very fun getting to see them from the "old days".

I really enjoyed TNG, Voyager, and Enterprise. I remember, as a kid, thinking that some things in TOS were stupid...overly dramatic, while other things were simply cool. DS9 was more of a soap opera in a Star Trek universe, but it had its moments and was quite awesome at times.


Here they are, ranked from least to greatest: TOS, DS9, Enterprise, Voyager, and TNG.


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Nope sorry it is greatest to worst DS9 TNG Voyager TOS and Enterprise
As far as the movies go it is Undiscovered Country, The Wrath Of Kahn, First Contact (JJ Abrahms Reboot) The Voyage Home, The Search For Spock, Generations, Insurection, The Motion Picture, with Final Frontier and Nemisis tieing for the suckiest treck ever

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Nope sorry it is greatest to worst DS9 TNG Voyager TOS and Enterprise
As far as the movies go it is Undiscovered Country, The Wrath Of Kahn, First Contact (JJ Abrahms Reboot) The Voyage Home, The Search For Spock, Generations, Insurection, The Motion Picture, with Final Frontier and Nemisis tieing for the suckiest treck ever


First Contact was my fav Star Trek movie, still is. smile


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Ditto on the Suliban comment. I wanted to know more.


If there is ever another TV show, I would like this to be revealed as a premise-
In the JJ Abrams alternate reality the enterprise fails to stop some threat to earth like the whale probe, V'Ger or some other threat resulting in a disaster and some horrible future. Some future version of a familiar character from TNG finds out that the past has been changed but not the specifics. He turns out to be the shadowy figure manipulating the Suliban.


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enterprise had its faults (using too many enemies from the regular series), but i still enjoyed it's best bits more than i enjoyed most of voyager...


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I liked Enterprise. Not as much as DS9, but I rank it higher than TNG (which is probably the second lowest after Voyager). It was an interesting take on the early days of Starfleet, when the cornerstone races didn't get along like they did later on. Sometimes they took things a bit too far, like with the Borg, but all in all it was pretty good. The crew dynamics weren't as good as in other shows either, but all in all I thought it was great. The first season didn't really sit too well with me, but what show is great in its first season?

If they had been able to flesh out the Earth-Romulan War (as they were clearly intending by putting it so close to that timeframe), I think it would have ended up as a staple.

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you didn't like TNG?


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It was a bit too crisp. Everyone got along too well, and the characters existed without any moral shades of gray. I liked the show, I still watch it sometimes, but I don't think it ranks up there with DS9, TOS, or even Enterprise. Enterprise could be bland sometimes, but man, when it shined, it really did.

That said, after Sisko, Picard is my favorite captain.


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It was a bit too crisp. Everyone got along too well, and the characters existed without any moral shades of gray. I liked the show, I still watch it sometimes, but I don't think it ranks up there with DS9, TOS, or even Enterprise. Enterprise could be bland sometimes, but man, when it shined, it really did.

That said, after Sisko, Picard is my favorite captain.


in the early seasons, i think you're right, but i think BOBW marked a shift in the show, and it got a little darker after that...


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It did, season 4 and on was great. But the lack of character conflict made it just too unrealistic. Everyone got along too well. It was a flaw that, although was intended, just stuck the series into the lower dregs for me.


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It did, season 4 and on was great. But the lack of character conflict made it just too unrealistic. Everyone got along too well. It was a flaw that, although was intended, just stuck the series into the lower dregs for me.


well i do think you make a fair point, and it's because of that, that i prefer DS9 over all others. i do prefer TNG to TOS and Enterprise, though. TNG has some classic episodes, and some great characters imo...

If not for the amount of novelty or ferengi episodes, DS9 would trounce the others imo...


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I have to agree, they went a bit overboard with the amount of Ferengi on DS9. And yeah, TNG definitely had classic episodes. When I say I rank TNG near bottom, that doesn't mean I think it's a bad show by any means. It's still ****ing great - just, to me, not as good as the others.


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lol, i'd still have it over enterprise, personally...


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Yeah, despite my unminor hatred of Will Wheaton's Crusher, TNG is the winner for me outside of TOS and the movies.

I concur on the quality of the movies being 2,4,6,8, 11 for me.

They really did break the odd number curse with this one.

On paper Enterprise sounds like a winner, but every time I watched it, from the second that Russell Watson started singing, my ears, brain and eyes bled in perfect unison.


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