asked for it; this is what I think...
Wednesday night TV (Enterprise and West Wing - Smallville and Angel
not played due to BB games)
was truly great with many tie-ins to past episodes. There was a
twinge of confusion regarding which human has the Vulcan's heart,
but I'm almost certain the writers will compare notes and try to
tell us all one uniform story by next episode. If I were an insurance
agent, I know I would not be offering a repair estimate for Enterprise...
The look in T'pol's eyes at the end leads me to believe that she
might be paying a visit to a certain dead-but-not-dead crewman's
sealed quarters and dispelling any lingering doubts about time-travel.
I do, however, smell the end of Enterprise. While I love the concept
behind Game Over, I just put the pieces together and it pushes Enterprise
into the the Kobiashi Maru (sp?) of time-slots; 9pm starting next
week - opposite Angel and West Wing (plus whatever the other networks
have at that time). I can't imagine that this will help the show
out any with ratings and seems more a concession of defeat.
West Wing was
alright, more a building episode than anything else.
not shown in my area. /fume
Angel was not
shown in my area. /fume
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