Bring back Star Trek: Enterprise

Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by Raj, Jul 18, 2020.

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Do you want Star Trek: Enterprise back?

  1. Yes (Please sign the petition)

    45 vote(s)
    48.4%
  2. No (If you want, please explain why)

    35 vote(s)
    37.6%
  3. Maybe (If you want, please explain why)

    9 vote(s)
    9.7%
  4. Other (If you want, please explain why)

    4 vote(s)
    4.3%
  1. Dukhat

    Dukhat Vice Admiral Admiral

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    This would be the most likely scenario. They're not going to pick up where they left off 15 years ago, and they're not going to reboot the show. But none of this is going to happen anyway, because there aren't any stories a 15-year-later sequel to ENT would cover that SNW couldn't cover.
     
  2. valkyrie013

    valkyrie013 Commodore Commodore

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    One of two ways
    1. it becomes an animation and the original actors are doing the voices.
    2 another ship during that time frame , tv movie maybe, with occasional maybe voice Cameo from the series. Maybe a de aged Archer sometimes.
     
  3. Relayer1

    Relayer1 Vice Admiral Admiral

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    It's twenty seven years later (ageing is less pronounced due to medical progress). Enterprise is a decomissioned museum piece and Archer is considering standing for high office. Reed has his own ship, others have progressed their careers both within and outside Starfleet.

    Archer begins to draw on his network of old friends to combat a threat to the fledgling Federation.
     
  4. Disposable_Ensign

    Disposable_Ensign Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    They should at least make one episode, just to show off the refit NX-01 made for the fifth season, that can be seen in the 2011 ships of the line calendar. The last episode kinda wrapped everything up though.
     
  5. Disposable_Ensign

    Disposable_Ensign Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Maybe ressurect Trip with khan's blood? JK, maybe T'Pol merges trips katra in some sort of Search for Spock thing, or he comes back as a hologram, like Rimmer in Red Dwarf.
     
  6. Oddish

    Oddish Vice Admiral Rear Admiral

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    For the finale, they messed up a lot of good potential. The 5th season, had it occured, would have been amazing, but the S4 end fouled a lot of it up: killing Trip, killing Elizabeth, having Shran leave the service, and not even promoting or reassigning anyone. I think that barring a retcon, there wasn't much point.
     
  7. HopefulRomantic

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    But remember, TATV was a bad holoprogram. We could flick it away like lint, and simply proceed with our 15 years later reunion, or whatever. And Trip is alive, Shran has not become a jewel thief, Trip and T'Pol have a kid or three, everybody got promoted after the Xindi War and again after the Romulan War... ahh, dreaming is sweet.
     
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  8. FederationHistorian

    FederationHistorian Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    And maybe a falsified log entry. ;)
     
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  9. Disposable_Ensign

    Disposable_Ensign Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Do you think that ENT:Twilight was a dream caused by his concussion, or reality that was changed, and the spores actually existed?
     
  10. XCV330

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    And she's already got a chemical addiction and an unacknowledged road child. Perfect rock drummer.
     
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  11. STEPhon IT

    STEPhon IT Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Another season those hiccups could be repaired, it all depends on how its structured. We never seen what actually happened; what was told was through a narrow lens from Commander Riker. There could be a larger story to be told and also restoring the characters correctly.
     
  12. LieutenantMills

    LieutenantMills Ensign Newbie

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    No, and I will explain.

    Originally I was pissed, I signed all the petitions, donated to keep it going...

    But years later, I've read the books and I'm pleased with the way they concluded the Romulus introduction. Kind of like discovery with some species switching, Trip joins section 31 and goes undercover as a Romulus engineer/ Vulcan merchant, Archer does the diplomatic thing gets T'Pol working on getting Vulcan involved in the coming conflicts, but Vulcan wants to stand back cause they know Romulus already infiltrated the security ministry etc spoilers. Anyways I was more pleased with the Enterprise books compared to the Voyager books post series.
     
  13. HopefulRomantic

    HopefulRomantic hyperpolypyroferricist redux Moderator

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    At first I would think, either could be the case. But considering his daily amnesia, how would he dream that? Forget that part of his dream each "day," as his dream progressed? Or maybe he was viewing his dream as an observer rather than a participant, the way we watched the episode.

    OR maybe he was trapped in a "Groundhog Day" scenario, but instead of remembering the past versions of his day like Bill Murray did, he forgets. But hmmm, T'Pol is living each day cumulatively... Aaaaaand my mind is melting now, lol. Trying to puzzle this out at 1:30 am doesn't help.

    I think it works best for me to think it all really happened. It makes the tragedy of his situation all the more poignant, and his escape from it all the more satisfying for me.
     
  14. Disposable_Ensign

    Disposable_Ensign Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    No, I am asking was the whole episode a dream in his head, and none of it ever happened but the end?
     
  15. Dukhat

    Dukhat Vice Admiral Admiral

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    No, because they would have made that clear if it was all in his head.
     
  16. Disposable_Ensign

    Disposable_Ensign Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Since those spores were inter-dimensional, do you think they have any connection do DSC spore drive? I do, but I may just be looking for connections.
     
  17. Dukhat

    Dukhat Vice Admiral Admiral

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    None whatsoever.
     
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  18. Coops

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    I'm always up for more Star Trek and I'll always be disappointed we didn't get more Enterprise (Coto planned to revisit Stratos from The Cloud Minders, one of my favourite episodes) but I'm also happy with it resting in peace. Watching Discovery, to me at least, it's been honoured with the uniforms continuing the blue jump suit aesthetic and that's all I wanted, for it to be recognised. Sometimes it feels like the black sheep of the Trek family for reasons I can't fathom.
     
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  19. Richard S. Ta

    Richard S. Ta Commodore Commodore

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    That's exactly how I feel. The Lower Decks finale had a nod as well. I think time has created enough distance now and it's viewed as a never-was/could've been rather than a black sheep. It's a great show with flaws, so much like any other iteration of Trek really.
     
  20. fireproof78

    fireproof78 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    I know the feeling. I think both Discovery and the USS KELVIN show that lineage, as well as Abrams having Admiral Archer's "prize beagle " and the MACOS.
     
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