Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by T'Boo, Apr 9, 2003.
B+ (see review)
I was bouncing A-/B+ back and forth. I really did love these Klingons.
A good episode, but I didn't care for the ending.
D. The stuff they stole from ST VI was fun to an extent. Seeing Martok again was nice. But what the hell? No explanation about how Archer got into Klingon custody, and an ending that proves they're not even trying. Almost makes me miss Voyager. Almost.
I couldn't believe that ending
The rest of the ep was pretty decent, even if they did fail to explain a few things.
I put in an A.
It was nice to revisit The Undiscovered Country again after 12 years.
Plus I learned a few things about Klingons and their warrior attitudes. The ending was a little weak albeit good though.
Great stuff all around.
Good points, however, I did manage to enjoy this episode compared to the shit they managed to show us last week.
So, taking that into account, B-/C+
For Enterprise this was one of the best episodes so far, but we will see how long they can keep it up.
I said B-... I liked a lot of things, but the overt TUC atmosphere kinda got old. I liked TUC, but I didn't need to see the same story again.
I would have given it an "A" had it not been for the ending.
B- for the stock footage but otherwise nice.
How did they capture Archer (particularly only Archer) ?!?
Ending dragged it down. B+.
Best episode since Dead Stop....but that's not saying all that much. Solid B.
This one needed to be a two-parter.
I gave it a solid B. The plot was slow, and I didn't care for the ending, but they had some definite Klingon empire development in there, which I liked. (Shows us that not all Klingons are born and bred to fight.)
Very, very good.
There was a great deal of time constraint here, people, and if they had made it a two parter, everyone would just have bitched about it really being TUC.
Thus, I looked past the abrupt ending (which I actually didn't mind that much at all), and gave this episode the A- I feel it deserves.
As everyone agrees, the ending was way too rushed.
Archer was a little ballsier, but still --- well as a Nausicaan once said, "You talk and you talk, but you have no GRUMBAH!"
Points added for Hertzler's fine performance. Points deducted for that cheesy ex deus mechana rescue.
One of the best Klingon episodes in awhile and by far ENT best outhing with them.
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