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Post by nickersonm » Fri Feb 04, 2005 2:05 am

After 4 years, ST:ENT is finally due to end: 'Star Trek: Enterprise' to End in May

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Post by Pierce 2: The Sequel » Fri Feb 04, 2005 2:24 am

Goodbye, and good riddance. Here's hoping Berman and Braga get the boot shortly.

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Post by Manticore » Fri Feb 04, 2005 3:30 am

As I've said at SCN and TrekBBS, I'll miss you Enterprise. :(

No new Trek for the first time since I was like 2 or 3...jeez...

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Lord Vorkosigan <i>does not</i> always get what he wants!

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Post by obi_1 » Fri Feb 04, 2005 12:16 pm

Originally posted by Manticore:
As I've said at SCN and TrekBBS, I'll miss you Enterprise. :(

No new Trek for the first time since I was like 2 or 3...jeez...
dont' dispair... Stark trek Online is just around the corner waiting for all of us trekkies :D

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Post by TheStressPuppy » Fri Feb 04, 2005 2:58 pm

I think its time for trek as a franchise to take a little vacation for a few years maybe. We will always have the Movies, TNG, DS-9 etc to tide us over untill someone gets creative, and a new series shows up. They should not do another prequil. I think after this hopefully they learned from thier mistakes (and there was alot of em). LOL SG-1 outdid ENT why am i not surprised.

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Post by obi_1 » Fri Feb 04, 2005 3:44 pm

Originally posted by TheStressPuppy:
I think its time for trek as a franchise to take a little vacation for a few years maybe. We will always have the Movies, TNG, DS-9 etc to tide us over untill someone gets creative, and a new series shows up. They should not do another prequil. I think after this hopefully they learned from thier mistakes (and there was alot of em). LOL SG-1 outdid ENT why am i not surprised.
yep that about hits the spot... althougth i do have my doubts that a new star trek will ever come to pass, since studios live from $$$ and they will just find something else to work with... apart from the fact that Gene isn't with us anymore to bring it back :(

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Post by Sterlino » Sat Feb 05, 2005 4:35 pm

ohhh too bad.... the only thing that remains is the rage to not have used this great idea in a better way. I never understand (for example) why they don't try to return in "the costitution era" and build some (surely) amazing heros stories about other captains than Kirk.
Anyway i agree with SPuppy, now i really hope they don't make another prequel and for a while they should take time to write down some better things for DS9, ST, or whatever....


bye bye Enterprise.... :(

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Post by Gust0o » Tue Mar 22, 2005 1:54 am

There was something in General Discussion with regards to JMS, of Babylon 5 fame, working on a ST-universe project.

I think; to be fair, such things are not closest to my mind at the moment.

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Post by Darth1o9 » Tue Mar 22, 2005 7:41 pm

its about time [img]tongue.gif[/img]

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