I was starting my freshman year of high school when Enterprise came around. I remember thinking the pilot was pretty exciting, even if perhaps not mind-blowing. I liked the design of the Akiraprise and the crew seemed like a good lot. I remember feeling like only half of season one really hit the tone they were going for. Like when they landed on the comet, and made a snowman -- that was one of the most Enterprise-y of scenes for me. Space was new enough that people didn't take it for granted, and the people were a bit closer to our era than to Kirk's. I remember a lot of season one and half of season two being a bit of a lull... But at some point in season two it kind of coalesced with how it wanted to be in an entertainment sense, if not perhaps a thematic sense or whatever. And I enjoyed the rest of the series. Season 3 was super exciting for my dad and I to watch together. They could've done more Xindi-plot in the first half, but I was one board for the whole adventure. Season four had some more thoughtful plotlines, but I did feel that occasionally the multi-parters were a little too long. Like the augments in the Augment trilogy really weren't that interesting -- not like the scientist that created them. The Vulcan Trilogy is my favorite of Enterprise, and one of my favorite plot arcs. We didn't actually get whatever channel Enterprise debuted on, and could only watch it on Midnight on some other channel on Saturday nights. This was unfortunate during the spring, as there were numerous times when episodes were interrupted by storm/tornado alerts. One time it was particularly hilarious, as a Xindi was swiveling around in their chair just as it cut to a weatherman in a chair and it really did seem like the Xindi had just randomly turned human. Basically, I was very fond of Enterprise, even if I was at times very aware of its flaws. I especially wish Toshi and Mayweather could have gotten more love -- they were finally starting to do more with Reid at the end, too. There was one scene in the finale of Enterprise that really worked for me, and that was when T'pol straightened Archer's tie before he goes off to make a big speech. That was a wonderful moment to end the show on. Shame about the rest of the episode.