Yes, "pleasancy" is a word. This will be the first time I've ever used it ever, but I looked it up to make sure I was using something that existed in English. So I decided to rewatch ALL canonical Trek following the in-universe chronology, and thus I started with "Broken Bow" about a month ago. I love Enterprise. I grew up on Voyager starting with the first season or so as it aired on UPN, and the rest of Trek only showed up rarely in syndication on WB (TNG) or else early in the morning (DS9)...or pretty much never (TOS)....Until Spike TV picked it up, oh those were good days, weeks of ten episodes each during prime time, some programming execs really knew what they were doing. So seriously ENT was good. The Temporal Cold War was one of the most ambitious and well-executed (but NOT well-concluded, see "Storm Front") plots ever. The way that the writers would drop a hint and not explain things in "Cold Front" or "Future Tense," or suddenly put all of the Star Trek history at stake in "Shockwave" (I still contend that that cliffhanger was the best FIRST part of a season-concluding two-part episode ever, other than "The Best of Both Worlds")...brilliant. Thankfully, we have Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations Watching The Clock to redeem that whole storyline from the nonsensical mishandling of the evil alien Nazis (if they'd left it only done that once in TOS, I would've been happy...or even that once plus "The Killing Game" in VGR) and that Na'Kuhl very cliche-ily sort of yelling "Noooooooooooooo" at the very end. So I want to know if anyone else is currently rewatching so we can trade notes and have conversations about it all. It's one thing to binge-watch on Netflix alone, quite another to be able to share the new realizations. Like for example, Hoshi. Well-done. Skittish, not "built" for space-travel, she has a character arc through season one that I enjoyed. Seeing her "grow her space legs" was one of the most naturalistic character development arcs I've seen, even though it wasn't terribly pronounced or dramatic. Thoughts?