There's certainly a lot of weirdness regarding the Andorians, and despite being one of the coolest races the TOS created, it received very little love for years. I like the treatment it gets now, and how Enterprise fleshed them out more, I also like how they evolved on a moon rather than a standard, M-class planet. So much sets them apart from everyone else. But... I find the existence of the Aenar completely unbelievable. Or rather, they way their existence is explained. So a race that has advanced tech and can see what sort of beings are on starships lightyears away don't know about another intelligent species living on the same, small moon as them? In what universe does any of that make sense? The Romulans knew, but the people who lived there didn't? That just makes the already shark-jumping plot-point even more ridiculous (jumping the space-shark?) Don't get me wrong - I love Trek, I love Enterprise (perhaps my second favorite Trek), and I love the Andorians & the Aenar... but the writers really dropped the ball with this one. It would have been SO easy to say they were descendants of an early expedition to a planet in their system (or another nearby moon) who crashed but managed to survive for many centuries in isolation. But nope - they are just this group of intelligent beings no-one else on a high-tech planet ever noticed was there (and there were even myths about them!!! How many people on Earth have gone looking for Bigfoot? No-one EVER bother to CHECK?) Kind of a rant, so sorry, but I just feel there is so much good lore created around the Andorians, and then they did that. Its like someone took a gourmet bowl of soup and spit in it just before handing it to you. I am sure it still the delicious, but... eeewww.