Anwar: I like crazy explanations sometimes. Out of curiosity, what is your theory behind explaining it, friend? Sometimes getting a re-fresher on things helps. Especially when our tastes in movies and TV changes over time. In fact, I used to like Insurrection despite a few minor speed bumps. However, now I think it is just gosh awful. But that's just me. NCC-1701: You have to take what the creators say and their intentions with a grain of salt. Sometimes the creators say things that contradict themselves. Also, the creators never said it wasn't an alternate time line, either. Enterprise was never clearly defined on what it was exactly. It starts off with that Temporal Cold War garbage and never really ties that up properly. Then we get some major not minor conflicts with canon within the other Star Trek series and the only way to explain the stupidity is to take the other previous shows out of it's original context or meaning. ...And you can continue to believe in a series that is seriously of low quality and flawed in comparison to the other Trek series. You can force that square peg into a round hole and be happy to stand by something that was never spelled out all that clearly in black and white to begin with. Besides, even if Star Trek Enterprise's existence was spelled out with absolute clarity by the creators. Just because the creators declare something doesn't mean that their statement or declaration would make any normal sense that I would have to blindly accept without question. The creators are after all human and are bound to make mistakes. So when that happens... coming up with your own theories or explanations is neither wrong nor right. Especially when there is canon that is in question or is being broken. In just about every movie and TV series you watch, there is an element that is called "Suspension of Disbelief". However, there are things that are just too stupid to ignore or to put out of your head. Thus, why we dislike certain movies and shows and why we like others. It is your belief in the things that happen within a movie or TV show that partially determines your enjoyment of it. Yes I can. The issues on Voyager were no where near the retardedness that was on Enterprise. Not even close, my friend. No way. No. I was not misinformed. If you were to look at the bar a little more closely. Voyager on average had 4 million viewers. Enterprise had 2.5 million viewers on average and continued to drop. That is almost half the viewers that Voyager had. Side Note: Oh, and by the way, on a positive note, my friend. I like your Sliders avatar. Very cool, man. Very cool.