Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by Mossura, Nov 29, 2008.
I liked Riker and Troi the best.
Umm, they weren't Enterprise characters though. They were only in the final episode.
I like Trip and T'pol
I liked all the ENT cast. I would like to see an ENT movie. Maybe something involving T'Pau or the Romulans, or both.
It turns out all of ENT were holoprograms they designed! After all, Riker turned out to be Chef.
They were my 3rd and 4th best liked.
only TATV was a holoprogram, and Riker assumed the role of Chef (as was indicated by his in-episode learning that the Enterprise crew often confided in Chef). The rest of the series was 'real-time,' but TATV was so much later and wanted a TNG tie-in that it was seen as a holoprogram. The holographic Enterprise crew's personalities/appearances were based off the real thing (as depicted in every episode except TATV). we don't know what Chef really looked like.
Umm, I think he ate Chef.
Tough call. I loved all the characters for various reasons, especially Archer. But if I had to choose the ones I wanted to see the most from episodes to episode it would be...
... Trip and Malcolm.
I think they really messed up killing off Trip, as everyone agrees, and I think Malcolm had a great backstory brewing in Season 4 that never had the chance to be told in its entirety.
Trip and Shran.
To which I would add Archer and Soval.
I like Shran. I would have loved to see how season five would have played out if he became a permanent part of the crew.
Treebeard and Quickroot.
Season 3-4 Soval? Sure. Seasons 1-4 Archer? No way... Bakula's utter lack of acting ability (and terrible scripts) made this Captain the worst of the five. So much potential wasted.
I always liked Bakula before ENT, but he was a bit of a let down as Archer. I always thought it was more the material he was given than anything, because I thought he got better toward the end.
Who let that wiseguy in here?
ENT bashing, that's what this is!
Trip fan and also Bashir and O'Brien.
I like Trip & T'Pol
Archer and Shran for me. Mainly because of their effect on each other. I loved that whole tit for tat arc, because of the Andorian's inability to be indebted. The duel in "United" was very TOS... friendship pushed to limit and yet still finding a way out of a no-win scenario. If Manny Coto had got his way with Season 5 - Shran joins the crew, that would've been something to see.
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