Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by Mooch, Feb 2, 2005.

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  1. Photoman15

    Photoman15 Commodore Commodore

    Mar 31, 2001
    The sunny shores of Trenzalore
    I am very sad and upset. I already emailed UPN.

    The ONLY good thing that will come out of this is that in 2 years, we won't hear that B&B are developing the next Trek series and that Berman is very pleased.

    Oh, and only ten more bashing reviews from some people.
    I won't miss that.
  2. emily_reich

    emily_reich Commodore Commodore

    Dec 30, 2002
    Übernerd Heaven...
    that WOULD be awesome, wouldn't it??? :)

    but it's never gonna happen...

    (hey, i can be a pessimist when i choose to be!! :D)
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    these are just rantings. i think i will chill out now. i admit this isnt like me , and while i am not violent still i had to vent. i am hurt but the old me will surface. it still stings. obviously when Trek was initially cancelled, it flourished
  4. emily_reich

    emily_reich Commodore Commodore

    Dec 30, 2002
    Übernerd Heaven...
    ^ i think that's just about everyone who's posted in this thread! :scream:

  5. Tai

    Tai Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

    May 19, 2001
    Washington, D.C
    This is so sad.

    There has been Star Trek on the air ever since I was 6 years old.

    I'm now 23.

    I'm honestly surprised... I have to say, despite the low ratings, I thought it'd make it. I'm keeping my hopes up, maybe a fan campaign can save it. In a way, they've given us a lot of time to step up the letters and hassle the execs.

    It's been great talkin' with all you fellow Enterprisers about the show... and hopefully there'll be more talk to come.
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  7. timtonruben

    timtonruben Lieutenant Red Shirt

    Nov 20, 2004
    I am not surprised by this news, as it has been hinted at by cast, writers, and other sources, but it hits me with mixed feelings. I have been watching Star Trek since the sixth season of TNG. I've seen every episode of TOS, TAS, TNG, DS9, and VOY. I tried to enjoy ENT, but stopped watching around the early second season. Though I agree the show was getting better this year, but ENT never caught on for me.

    However, it feels in some way that Trek has now come full circle. Who knows what the future has in store for Trek, but lets enjoy what's left. For better or worse it has been a great ride.
  8. Kitty Worrier

    Kitty Worrier Vice Admiral Admiral

    Jul 13, 2002
    Tai. I'm 22.. been watching Trek since I was 5. This really does suck indeed. It's gonna be weird being without Trek for a while.
  9. Brent

    Brent Admiral Admiral

    Apr 24, 2003
    I'm 25, been watching since I was also in my single digits.

    A friends dad had all of TOS recorded, and I use to watch it at their house when I was a young kid, that's what got me into ST, TOS. Then in '86 I was right there in front of the TV for TNG baby and been following every series since.
  10. Guest

    Guest Guest

    i felt though i had to seethe. oh we are all in pain big time , some of us are subtle about it, others vehement
  11. USS Mariner

    USS Mariner Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Jul 11, 2004
    Homestate of Matt Jefferies
    I grew up with TNG. Heck, it helped me learn how to read in 22 months!

    If only the rest of the population would sit their kids down to watch ANY Trek show, we'd be a hell of a lot smarter. :p
  12. LLAP2U

    LLAP2U Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Dec 17, 2003
    Drinking Wine With Gackt...
    That would be the greatest thing that could happen to ENT and SCI-FI at this moment!

    Hell it may even start me watching the line up because I don't watch any of the shows on Sci-Fi! :D

    That is the greatest thing we can hope for at this moment! :D
  13. MIB

    MIB Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Dec 19, 2001
    Someplace where I can watch you
    I can't say I'm surprised by this news. The episodes we got for Season 4 were pretty damn decent, IMO. However it was too little, too late for Enterprise. If TPTB didn't take their sweet time getting their shit together, this probably could have been avoided. We needed to start seeing season 4 quality episodes way back in the early half of season 2 at the latest. But it didn't happen. Enterprise got more than its fair shot and it failed to deliver. Personally, I am amazed that it wasn't canceled sooner.

    With that being said, I am definitely not rejoicing over the news of Enterprise's demise. Enterprise was a final attempt to revitalize the public appeal for Star Trek. Due to its faliure, this will probably be the last Trek series we'll see in quite some time.
  14. Jadzia Dax

    Jadzia Dax Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Feb 8, 2004
    City of Brotherly Love
    Unfortunately, Sci Fi can't afford it and in fact, the UK's SkyONE is already footing part of the bill for BSG.

    Plus Moonves runs Paramount studios as well as UPN, and because of that (and his and Berman's comments), it seems that they do not plan to continue production once they are done.
  15. StolenThunder

    StolenThunder Poster Premium Member

    Sep 24, 2001
    Warned. Twice. Little invoked, but a very important line of policy:

    "the moderator may decide to give you a warning - depending on the severity of what you posted, you may even get two."

    You have constantly shown disregard for the rules on this issue. You do not seem to understand that it is simply unacceptable to post material such as that which you have generated.

    I would seriously rethink your posting style while you are gone from the board.
  16. clint g

    clint g Admiral Admiral

    Nov 13, 2003
    No where
    God what a shitty day. This burns.... :scream:
  17. Guest

    Guest Guest

    well im done being irrational
  18. JuanBolio

    JuanBolio Admiral Admiral

    Apr 29, 2003
    Florida Keys, USA
    God damn it. Despite its flaws, I was really into Enterprise. I only missed one episode during its entire run. :(

    I guess all I can do now is watch the reamins of season 4, and hope that one day in the not-so-distant future Star Trek will return better than ever.

    As for UPN.... :mad: :mad: :mad: They can suck my hairy white ass. They'll regret it...just like NBC did then they cancelled TOS way back when.
  19. Galactus

    Galactus Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Aug 25, 2002
    The High Father
    I for one am glad the show got canceled and was not picked up by anyone else. Oh I liked the show even though it was not perfect, but I will finally get the one thing I have always wanted to see, Star Trek fans getting exactly what they deserve. Anyone that thinks that the franchise is not dead is just dreaming. There will be no new shows or movies made with the Star Trek name for at least 20 years. All those people that have been complaining about ENT and not watching it because they wanted "real Trek" now will have no Trek.

    I find it ironic that fans orginally saved the orginal series and franchise, now those same fans killed the franchise. I for one hope Star Trek never comes back again and if it does I hope that it gets the BSG treatment to further punish the "fans".
  20. Capn Flukie

    Capn Flukie Fleet Admiral Admiral

    Apr 27, 2001
    Well, Star Trek came back before, and might again someday.

    Myself however, I'm done with Star Trek. At this point, it's dead. If there is a new series or movie, I will not watch it. In fact, there's probably no reason for me to be here at all now.

    Oh, and Enterprise may have been cancelled but it's still canon.
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