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  • It was great however to see the Enterprise D again, and in brilliant CGI, something of which is a first for the vessel, and it was also fun to see Riker and Troi again as well, as I love the Star Trek
  • However, as much as I enjoyed seeing these characters and the ship again, I cannot ignore the substandard story and the inconsistencies that it causes with the Star Trek

    • by GenesisOne
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      Star Trek: Enterprise - These are the Voyages… is the final episode of the fifth Star Trek series and the final episode of Star Trek’s nearly twenty year run on television. From 1987 to 2005, there was always a Star Trek series or two running, but 2005 ended that run.

      As a final episode of both the series and the franchise, it fails to deliver closure and it also fails to emerge as an episode all fans could enjoy.

      For fans of the series, this episode is, well, insulting.

      It provides no closure for any of the characters, it kills one of the main characters off in a way that is not very believable


      and all the big lead-up to Captain Archer’s big speech at the forming of the Federation is all for nothing because just as he is about to deliver what could have been a magnificent speech that perfectly summed up Star Trek’s philosophy and vision, the episode ends.

      There are just a few touching and memorable character moments here and there, but since this is only a one-hour finale instead of a two-hour one and because some of the time must be dedicated to Riker and Troi from Star Trek: The Next Generation, since they are a part of the story too, there is not a whole lot of time for the characters to really ...


      • share any significant scenes together.

        I would actually say that there was more chemistry and more special character moments between Riker and Troi than the Enterprise characters in this episode! It was great however to see the Enterprise D again, and in brilliant CGI, something of which is a first for the vessel, and it was also fun to see Riker and Troi again as well, as I love the Star Trek: The Next Generation series.

        However, as much as I enjoyed seeing these characters and the ship again, I cannot ignore the substandard story and the inconsistencies that it causes with the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Pegasus”, which this episode

        ties in with.

        The story really does not make much sense and how it progresses makes even less sense and it is clear the writers simply wanted to make sure that since this was the last episode of Star Trek that it would tie in with the first series of the modern Trek era, namely Star Trek: The Next Generation.

        However, the result is a story that does not add up, whether it be Riker’s inner conflict or Shran’s calling in of a favor and what follows after.

        Rather than be a grand finale that Star Trek fans could celebrate and cherish, this episode amounts to something that a lot of people, myself included, would much rather forget.




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