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ncc1701jam

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Report this Nov. 03 2011, 12:56 pm

i dont understand why the show was cancelled so quickly , i thought it was great, well maybe they could have picked a better captain .i just dont think he is a goodactor is all Scott Backula


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Report this Nov. 03 2011, 3:26 pm

Quote: ncc1701jam @ Nov. 03 2011, 12:56 pm

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>i dont understand why the show was cancelled so quickly , i thought it was great, well maybe they could have picked a better captain .i just dont think he is a goodactor is all Scott Backula

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Unfortunately it was cancelled due to poor ratings. And the sad thing is now if it were on a cable station, it would be considered a great success and not have been cancelled. MTV was raving about the revamp of Beavis and Butthead! 


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Report this Nov. 15 2011, 8:39 am

Yanks that is GREAT! Love it.


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Report this Nov. 17 2011, 10:11 pm

There should have been more episodes with Shran.


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Report this Nov. 19 2011, 1:38 pm

I think that Enterprise was the best of all the "Trek" series. I also think that it was perfectly casted and that Scott Bakula did an outstanding job as Captain Archer.


My one problem with the series was that when most vulcans appeared on the show, they were generally dressed in robes. I didn't understand how the producers justified putting T'Pol in the form fitting outfits that she wore throughout the series. In spite of that, I don't think they could have found a better actress to play that part.

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Report this Nov. 26 2011, 3:18 pm

Funny thread, ha. I don't remember such threads before. What comes to mind right now is ENT is much better than Falling Skies.

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Report this Jan. 07 2012, 8:59 pm

I'm wondering if Spock spoiled me as far as Vulcans in general go. I like T'pol, but I'm having a bit of trouble warming up to her, whereas with Spock it was instant love. Heh,heh. Just figured out why that probably is. Brcause Spock is a guy and I'm a girl and he has a nice butt. Okay, now that I've figured that out I love T'pol too. Problem solved.


By the way, has anybody noticed that in the one shot near the beginning of "Strange New World", it's only about 5 seconds or so, but when that one girl is by the lake, doesn't that look like the same location they used for "Shore Leave" in TOS?

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Report this Jan. 18 2012, 3:57 pm

I wonder how Sluggo faired on his new homeworld?


 


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Report this Jan. 19 2012, 5:27 am

I have to wonder how many NX class ships were actually built...


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Report this Jan. 19 2012, 5:52 am

^ Well that's how many we saw, but "Fortunate Son" stated that at least two other ships were planned, presumably NX-03 and NX-04.


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Report this Jan. 20 2012, 5:40 am

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THE NEW MOVIE DIDN'T ERASE TNG.


It didn't erase anything. The new timeline is a seperate quantum reality.


 


Still, funny picture.


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Report this Jan. 27 2012, 3:16 pm

good idea badly excecuted

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Report this Jan. 27 2012, 4:26 pm

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>Actually 3, but we never saw them.

>TRAVIS: No, but you've spent more time in space than most Starfleet Captains. There are three more NX class ships on the drawing boards. They're going to need experienced people.

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The third one is Columbia. We're talking about the two that succeed them, the NX-03 and -04.


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Report this Feb. 03 2012, 5:06 am

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>TRAVIS: No, but you've spent more time in space than most Starfleet Captains. There are three more NX class ships on the drawing boards. They're going to need experienced people.

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The third one is Columbia. We're talking about the two that succeed them, the NX-03 and -04.

Actually the second NX is Columbia. I don't remember where that quote posted above is from, but assuming it's from early in the show, one of those three on the drawing board would be Columbia.


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Report this Feb. 03 2012, 8:35 am

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>Actually the second NX is Columbia. I don't remember where that quote posted above is from, but assuming it's from early in the show, one of those three on the drawing board would be Columbia.

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That's what I meant.


And that episode was "Fortunate Son".


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