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  1. This actually irritated me out of stasis mode lol. Who should die differently? Trip, who suffered a ridiculous death in the last Enterprise ep, which I still refuse to watch. To cast your vote, go to while the vote is on.
  2. Forget Barclay. If you want to go the holographic route, we shouldn't have known about it until the very end, after Archer signs the treaty. Then the camera should have panned to a section of the audience consisting of children. As the crowd begins to stand, a teacher begins to lead a group of children out of the auditorium. They're on their way up the stairs, toward an exit, when the teacher turns around and calls out to a young boy who remains where he is, mesmerized. The teacher again calls to the young Kirk/Picard/Sisko, and when she fails to get his attention, she looks up and says, "Computer, end program." And if you simply must have the Barclay plot, then he's just playing a role-playing program - again. This time with people who can't report him. Oh, and Trip wouldn't have died. She says, still not happy with Enterprise's original ending.
  3. Ok, I've had time to think about my opinion of the Enterprise finale, and I'm mad. What a terrible way to end this terrific show! I would demand a re-write but where will that get me? So I want to know how you would have ended the show: Would you kill off Trip? Would Trip and T'Pol finally admitted their feelings and started their own little Federation? Would you have ended with the signing of the charter? Would it have happened six years in the future? Would you consider giving a hint of an alliance between Archer and Hoshi? Would the Romulans been involved in any way in your finale? How about the Klingons? Please, appease me!
  4. I want to add my thanks to the cast, crew, writers, and everyone else who worked on "Enterprise." It was the only show on television that I made an effort to be home to watch. Though I was saddened as I transferred custody of the remote control to my husband after the last "where no man has gone before," I was, well, just saddened. I'm grateful for reruns and DVDs. My best to you all! Kimberli
  5. Wow, I don't know what to think. One one hand it was very nice of the writers to make it easier on us by...well, never mind, the spoiler isn't working for me. I am so depressed!!
  6. Many of us prefer the term "fanatic." What do we get by standing in line? We get to watch the movie and share the experience with others who are totally absorbed in this epic. I would love to be there and hope I get to see it on the first day.
  7. Add me to the list of people keeping you in prayer. Yes, please keep us posted as best you can. And if any other member of this board is on deployment, let us know how you're doing.
  8. Wow. For a second week in a row I'm totally floored. This one was so good my three year old Jack Russell Terrier got caught up in it! (No joke! But he likes to watch television. Favorite movie? Jurassic Park-loves the Raptors.) I wish there was an award we can give them for this work. Perhaps I'm just dazzled, certainly biased, but I believe these eps will be placed in the top 10 list of best shows that came out of the ST dynasty, certainly in terms of originality. Bravo! /Sky
  9. Highly exceeded my - to be honest, somewhat low - expectations. From the very second tonight's episode started I was hooked. I'm very pleased that once again this show has taken me by surprise. Bravo, bravo! Castmembers, feel free to take a second curtain call. Click For Spoiler Loved the fact that the first casualty they happened on was a red shirt. Ick, what they did to Tucker!
  10. I feel like somewhat of a lone voice at the moment... Perhaps I should have waited to vote since I missed the first 15 minutes but I liked what I saw. Kind of campy, reminiscent of the old ST but the tension built up well. I loved the ending, thought that was great - and about time. I am going to miss this show!
  11. Give me red, at least two shades. And chocolate flowers! (No, not chocolate colored flowers, chocolate flowers. And anything else chocolate I can fit in there :biggrin:
  12. Wow! :biggrin: I'd sell a good portion of my shoes for that!
  13. All through the show I kept thinking to myself how great this episode was - the acting, the interaction between characters both on Andorian and on Enterprise, the plot, the conflict, etc.... Then the last two minutes happened. Could have lived without that. In all fairness I gave it a 10 anyway. Wow.
  14. Thanks, I appreciate it but I remember signing it. Since I'm not a split or multiple personality I started spreading the word to other ST:ENT fans I know in an effort to (hopefully) generate more signatures. Thanks to everyone who's working hard to keep this show on the air.
  15. Oh, and I really like Billingsley's Flox. Great character. Oops on the typos in my last post. Ugh. I meant "its", not "it's" ::slaps wrist while searching for edit button::