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Season Finale time – part two (Star Trek: Enterprise and Without a Trace)

Filed under: TV, Movies, and Music - Reviews — feyMorgaina @ 11:31


I have not been watching Enterprise for long, in fact, I only caught onto it this year with the season premiere, “Storm Front”. So, it doesn’t really phase me that Enterprise is cancelled. If anything I’m not surprised. Frankly, Enterprise just didn’t seem to jive with the rest of the Star Trek shows. Granted, some of the characters were somewhat interesting, but for the most part they didn’t make me want to watch more. Not like Data, Will Riker, Deanna Troi, Tom Paris, Harry Kim, and B’Lanna Torres. There wasn’t even anyone remotely Picard-like or Janeway-like. Now those two are what made TNG and Voyager work. Now, top off Enterprise with a cheesy theme song called “Faith of the Heart” written by Diane Warren (isn’t she getting old now?) and you’ve got the recipe for a TV show that’s guaranteed to die out fast. I’m a bit surprised it lasted 4 seasons with that theme song. Why didn’t they just keep the orchestra music? That is more appropriate for a sci-fi show.

Okay, so Enterprise is gone and no more Star Trek. Will we miss it? Probably. Might be good for us though. Make us starve for a bit and maybe the next series will be better. In the meantime, there’s Battlestar Galactica. Awesome theme song and overall style. Starbuck is kickass. Can’t wait for season two…

Now, a little bit about Without a Trace. I like this show, better than CSI (though I suppose I haven’t given CSI a fair chance), but why did they have to end the season with a cliffhanger with two of the main characters possibly about to die? I guess I have no choice but to watch the next season (not like I wasn’t going to). Okay, if anyone knows whether Martin and Danny make it out okay, post a comment on here. Thanks.

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