Several points have already been addressed about the second season, so here are my two cents. Has there ever been a more lackluster "bridge" for a fictional spaceship? There was just no cohesion to the layout, no consistent design. They appeared to have hauled out what the production considered interesting set pieces. In of themselves, okay, maybe they were, but nothing "blended". They didn't even have the theme of "scrounged" components from a scrapyard and assembled with "spit and baling wire". It was like, "Oh, here's this chrome circular desk; it can be the admiral's station. Oh, that missile launch system used by the space pirates, it can be our navigation console. Dryer tubes, can we get more dryer tubes to drape around the computer banks?" Yeah, I'm using what could be considered hyperbole because I haven't seen those episodes since they aired on NBC, so I'm sure my "details" are off. But you get the idea.