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    Enterprise thoughts...

    So... who watched Enterprise last night? Any thoughts? Anyone else wonder wtf was up with the decontamination scene? Anyone else wanna ruin it for our UK brethren?

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    Damn you GC and your up to date TV.....

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    Fordy, you're more than welcome to come over and watch it whenever you want

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    OK.... I'll be there at around 9.... Get the Doritos ready....

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    It sems like it will be more sexuell content in enterprise then it have been in previous start treaks. I think that pretty much follows everything else on tv. Me myslef like that but depending on how fare it will go I could see that some parents will stop there kids from watching the show. Over all I thought it was a pretty cool episode. Sort of weird to go back and see less technical advanced toys.

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    I didn't watch it yesterday but I hear that it is showing again on Sunday on the space channel. When does the UK get it?
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    i have two maor problems with this show, a the Klingons shouldn't be all rigidy cause they were't in the time that show was made tey shoud be like the old Star-Trek,

    second DIALOGUE!!! GAAAAAHHH!!! needs work...
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    Dialog complaints coming from the FF movie buff? Well, I think that Bakula's dialog was taken from lesser known Quantum Leap episodes....

    You're right, tho...

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    >Dialog complaints coming from the FF movie buff?

    doah whatever, 2 things you need to consier though

    1. FF is in a completely different field altogether it not like working with real people and having their input and personality to take off of, it all comes from a few designers.

    2. nearly all movies have a few crappy lame lines in them...

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    Other than the wide-screen format, the show
    ruled. The Klingon issue (see my Star Trek Vs.
    Star Wars post) was a little annoying, but it's
    better this way. As I said, the old Klingons just
    don't look that intimidating.

    The opening music was wierd (What the heck? Was
    that Bon Jovi?).

    Very good show. As I said in the other thread, I'm
    betting that the Klingons become the Borg/Dominion
    of this series...


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    Originally posted by no-one
    i have two maor problems with this show, a the Klingons shouldn't be all rigidy cause they were't in the time that show was made tey shoud be like the old Star-Trek,

    second DIALOGUE!!! GAAAAAHHH!!! needs work...
    Yeah, the Klingon issue was a little annoying,
    but I don't consider it a major problem. As
    for Dialogue... I didn't really notice anything
    bad about it.

    Very good show, I love it. Still kind of sad
    that we'll probably never see a Borg in this
    series... *sigh*
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    The Klingons should look like the new klingons. They should never have tried to explain that Klingons changed. If the original had been in black and white, they wouldn't film all future series in B&W. Anyways- new Klingons look cool, old Klingons look lame.

    I've only seen half the show ( I had a dead battery and got home late) I have a tape that I am going to watch tonight.

    I wish that we weren't so nice w/Klingons right off. Our first meeting should have been like,

    starfleet: "Hi there unidentified ship" and then the Klingons answering w/full weapons.

    And I really, really hate time travel crap. Why? Isn't the idea of the first interplanetary missions exciting enough?

    Now that I've unloaded all my negativity-- I am looking forward to watching it tonight (on tape). I think it will be pretty good, especially if you compare it to other t.v. shows on now. Most of them are lame.
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    Does Enterprise come before or after the First Star Trek Episode in terms of stardate.

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    yes... it is set as the first Federation starship ever. The starship actually looks a bit more advanced then the 2nd enterprise.
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