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All four thrill-packed seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise are yours to explore as Captain Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula) pilots the Earth’s first Warp-5 capable ship, Enterprise NX-01, on a long-range mission of research and discovery beginning in the year 2150. During his command, Captain Archer and his crew will face life-threatening challenges from the Xindi, an enemy bent on annihilating humanity via a planet-destroying super weapon, and from Terra Prime, a human terrorist group – as well as a host of problems stirred up by the ever-present Romulans. From suspiciously watchful Vulcans to the mysterious Sphere Builders, a trans-dimensional species, these are the adventures found in four thrilling seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise - The Complete Series.

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That's great thank you.

Brilliant, shame they gave up on it after season 4, was getting better each one.

I miss Jolene Blalock's.....boobs.

gazjon

Brilliant, shame they gave up on it after season 4, was getting better … Brilliant, shame they gave up on it after season 4, was getting better each one.



which season had the space nazis?

the show had it's ups and downs. shame they messed up the marketing. it was an alright show.

had a better ending than voyager too.

Edited by: "plath" 15th Feb

Ending? They had to use TNG's actors to help. Poor ending!

Oh no ST geeks agh

plath

which season had the space nazis?the show had it's ups and downs. shame … which season had the space nazis?the show had it's ups and downs. shame they messed up the marketing. it was an alright show. had a better ending than voyager too.



First few episodes of Season 4 had them back on Earth during WW2.

Ordered ^_^

Cracking price that is especially with that code.

jr007

Ending? They had to use TNG's actors to help. Poor ending! Oh no ST … Ending? They had to use TNG's actors to help. Poor ending! Oh no ST geeks agh



yeah but VOY's was worse because it was just ridiculous and spoilt the whole show.

Oh no it wasn't

Awful show imo (apart from the Salford bloke singing the theme tune) Good price though!

gazjon

Brilliant, shame they gave up on it after season 4, was getting better … Brilliant, shame they gave up on it after season 4, was getting better each one.

n 2013, eight years after the airing of this episode, Brannon Braga … n 2013, eight years after the airing of this episode, Brannon Braga apologized to the entire cast of Enterprise for it and said he thought Rick Berman and himself made a "narcissistic move" in trying to make the episode a "valentine" to Star Trek. He also called it "a crappy episode." (ENT Season 2 Blu-ray "In Conversation: The First Crew" special feature)One year later, Braga dined even further on ashes, when he stated at the 2014 VegasCon, "The final episode of Enterprise was an idiotic move on my part. I thought it would be cool to do a valentine to all of Star Trek. To me there was something really post-modern about the idea of saying this was an episode of Next Generation you have never seen – where they go on the holodeck with their heroes aboard Enterprise. It sounded good in my head – what ended up airing was really bad and not successful completely. It should have been Enterprise's finale – it was a misstep," having added, "The Enterprise actors? They hated it. It was the only time Scott Bakula got **** off at me."



While I'm not that keen on the Voyager ending, the Enterprise ending is far worse particularly as it was the end of Star Trek entirely and it came on the back of an extremely strong and consistent season:



It's worth mentioning just in case people aren't aware that all four series are on Netflix along with The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager. I've just recently finished Enterprise and it had a rough start but I thought it picked up well in the third series once it found its own identity rather than the confusing mess the previous series were and aside from the rough opening and terrible finish most of the fourth series is good, almost enough to forgive it for the entirely stupid ship design.

John

Johnmcl7

While I'm not that keen on the Voyager ending, the Enterprise ending is … While I'm not that keen on the Voyager ending, the Enterprise ending is far worse particularly as it was the end of Star Trek entirely and it came on the back of an extremely strong and consistent seasonIt's worth mentioning just in case people aren't aware that all four series are on Netflix along with The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager. I've just recently finished Enterprise and it had a rough start but I thought it picked up well in the third series once it found its own identity rather than the confusing mess the previous series were and aside from the rough opening and terrible finish most of the fourth series is good, almost enough to forgive it for the entirely stupid ship design. John



yeah but ENT's finale wasn't that bad, wrapped everything up all the show's storyline's quite neatly.

VOY was just ridiculous in that the finale ended up making the show's villains look like a joke. to the point where it never seemed likely that they could even make a new show set in the near future after that. with all sorts of time-travelling and interference with the past making even the protagonists seem overpowered.





Edited by: "plath" 16th Feb

Assuming you're meaning 'These are the Voyages...' it was more than just bad, it was rated as the worst ever Star Trek episode last year at a Trek convention and had formal apologies from production staff, most of the cast and crew hated it as well. While Endgame was a pretty average episode, it was nowhere near as terrible as 'These are the Voyages...' - I actually thought you were just joking, I've never seen a single person comment positively on the Enterprise finale as it's generally regarded as an absolutely terrible episode that completely failed to achieve what was intended and was an extremely poor finish to Star Trek. If you genuinely thought it was good you are very much on your own in that view.

John
Edited by: "Johnmcl7" 16th Feb

Johnmcl7

Assuming you're meaning 'These are the Voyages...' it was more than just … Assuming you're meaning 'These are the Voyages...' it was more than just bad, it was rated as the worst ever Star Trek episode last year at a Trek convention and had formal apologies from production staff, most of the cast and crew hated it as well. While Endgame was a pretty average episode, it was nowhere near as terrible as 'These are the Voyages...' - I actually thought you were just joking, I've never seen a single person comment positively on the Enterprise finale as it's generally regarded as an absolutely terrible episode that completely failed to achieve what was intended and was an extremely poor finish to Star Trek. If you genuinely thought it was good you are very much on your own in that view.John



i didn't mind it. i remember all the furore, but yeah it was just another episode to me. didn't bother me that it was set in the TNG era.

might rewatch it again.
Edited by: "plath" 16th Feb
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