A lot of hate or dissapointment toward "Thesr Are the Voyages," but what was the series finale actually supposed to be? Looking back, "Terra Prime" could have worked as an actual finale, given the show was cancelled. "These Are the Voyages..." felt less like a finale and more like a goodbye to the 1987-2005 TV run of Star Trek. Yes, lots of people wanted Riker and Troi to be post-Nemesis and on the U.S.S. Titan. However, if they're bringing the show full circle, circling back to TNG itself makes sense. Gotham had a double ending similar to Enterprise. The second to last episode resolved the Season 5 arc. The actual finale was a "ten years later..." story, not unlike Enterprise's finale being six years later, but from the Ent-D holodeck with Riker and Troi looking back. I like the idea of a double ending, and I liked the finale being a TNG crossover. How would you have reworked the finale? If it had to be six years later and a TNG crossover, how would you have done it differently where people actually liked it? Yes, there may be other finale threads. This is less about the actual finale, and mpre the idea of a series finale without being too wildly different from the finished product we got.