A successful crash landing back to Earth. Seven years and a handful of days after it was launched, OSIRIS-REx returns
Terra Prime (2)
While Paxton’s threat to destroy Starfleet Command hangs over Earth, the radical xenophob introduces hostages Trip and T’Pol to his creation: a baby girl made from their combined DNA…
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And the final episode of Enterprise plays out. Despite attempts to save the series, there was no way to have made it more “Original Series” like. Even though Enterprise is a prequel it’s a shame that all of this foundation work falls by the wayside.
This is only the second time I’ve seen these episodes at the time of these reviews, and it has grown on me. I’m going to miss the opening titles, the crew and the ship. But having said that, I’m looking forward to what I know is coming in the next series…
Hoshi in command! Finally. She’s been through alot our Hoshi, and her scared little girl routine from the first season is well and truly gone… I would imagine being tourtured by the Xindi would give you a lot more gusto, and I’m right – she stood up to that minister with grace and poise!
One last thing, what was with the 80’s Macgyver style music underscore while Trip was trying to escape from the room he was thrown into!?
Not only am I writing my epilogue here, but so too were the writers it seems, with Archer’s speech to the summit members summing up the last four years…
Scott Bakula as Jolene Blalock as T'Pol
Connor Trinneer as Charles Tucker III
Dominic Keating as Phlox
John Billingsley as Phlox
Anthony Montgomery as Travis Mayweather
Linda Park as Hoshi Sato
Marvin V. Rush
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