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Old 04-25-2008, 07:26 AM
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So what do you think might have happened?

A war with peace loving Romulans?

Did the imperal fleet learn enough about the Defiant to recreate it?

Do you just not care?

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Old 04-25-2008, 09:10 AM
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It does not look like recreating happened because this took place before TOS, and DS9. And those two shows explained the events of the current time line.

Oooo, but to see Nana Visitor all dressed in leather was a treat though.
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It does not look like recreating happened because this took place before TOS, and DS9. And those two shows explained the events of the current time line.

Oooo, but to see Nana Visitor all dressed in leather was a treat though.
But as we've seen in Trek many times, what's said, and what we evntually see can be 2 diffrent things.

Nana says she's in the leather, and headed for your place.
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Eeeck, I do not like her new hair style. It's a little butch, but from the neck down, she is still hot.
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Eeeck, I do not like her new hair style. It's a little butch, but from the neck down, she is still hot.
LOL, I understand Nums.
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I finally got to see "In A Mirror Darkly" and WOW!

IMHO, the BEST two hours of Enterprise ever! It was great to see the Constitution-class Defiant in action the way I would've loved to see the Original Enterprise fight. Shows just how awesome those ships were, especially considering their power against a lesser advanced time.

Oh, and T'pol in an Original Series uniform. Phwoarr. They just didn't show enough of her in it.

I loved how they changed the theme song to reflect the nature of this two parter, and the opening montage. I could've easily lived with a Star Trek series like THIS!
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LOL. Agree about T'pol...mmmmm

I liked it for the same reason I liked "Trials & Tribble-ations" (DS9)...cool to see different Trek era officers in TOS uniforms!
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I don't think Nana Visitor was in "In a Mirror Darkly". I think Sato prolly became the Empress that she proclaimed she was. It would have been so nice to have seen Enterprise go another season or 2. There would have been more visits to the Empire. I also loved the opening sequences and the idea of not trying to tie it together.
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I finally got to see "In A Mirror Darkly" and WOW!

IMHO, the BEST two hours of Enterprise ever! It was great to see the Constitution-class Defiant in action the way I would've loved to see the Original Enterprise fight. Shows just how awesome those ships were, especially considering their power against a lesser advanced time.

Oh, and T'pol in an Original Series uniform. Phwoarr. They just didn't show enough of her in it.

I loved how they changed the theme song to reflect the nature of this two parter, and the opening montage. I could've easily lived with a Star Trek series like THIS!
I can agree with most of this! (Except, if anyone needs as much beautifying makeup as T'Pol was wearing, then they can't be that good looking.)
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I could've easily lived with a Star Trek series like THIS!
But then the big weakly question would be: who lands in the agony booth and who of the main cast dies? Would be a pretty short-running show with a main cast of only seven.
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