Here it is, my annual look back at the previous season of Enterprise.
In the tradition of last year’s summary, here’s an overview of Enterprise, season two.
What to Change in Season 3
- Hire better writers and directors.
- Berman and Braga don’t write all the episodes, but they are responsible for most of the stinkers. Give it up guys. We demand better stories, moving dialogue, and real suspense.
- Respect your elders!
- TOS set up a back story that the current series fails to even recognize. This is historical fiction to we fans. Don’t be stupid and try to rewrite our canon.
- Fire Rick Berman and Brannon Braga.
- They are no-talent hacks that have inherited a treasure. Ever watched an interview with either of these two? There are a couple on startrek.com from the Nemesis premier. They are so bored and tired of the license that they have no motivation to make quality entertainment.
And just to prove it isn’t all bad
What to Keep from Season 2
- Well, I liked the finale
- It barely counts as being part of the season, but the new direction may be the shot in the arm the series needs.
- The Andorian/Vulcan Conflict
- The writers seem to have forgotten this even exists. It was good stuff and anything that keeps Jeffery Combs on screen is alright with me.
- These guys are part of what made Star Trek in the beginning. Historical canon shows at least one good war with these guys. Don’t deny the fans that kind of fun.
We wrap up a lackluster season with a cool finale. Here’s to hoping for a better season three.
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