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    TrekWeb's west coast correspondent Lynda Foley had the opportunity to attend last night's cast and crew screening of the ENTERPRISE premiere, "Broken Bow", and sends in this report...

    PRE-SCREENING PREMIERE OF ENTERPRISE 9/20/01 - NO SPOILERS

    Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on America, I have been caught up in the maelstrom of radio reports, television exclusives, newspaper headlines, and patriotic discussions about those horrendous events.

    But last night, for about 85 minutes, I forgot about the impending war, the fear for my children, the sadness of my friends.

    For 85 minutes, I was transported back to a world of optimism, exploration, and unity, when I saw the Paramount pre-screening of the premiere of "Enterprise."

    This was NOT a press screening. It was a screening for cast and crew members, the "suits" and the "labor." And all of them were jubilant and proud when the credits rolled and the audience cheered. Besides Scott Bakula and the rest of the "Enterprise" cast, many Trek alums attended: Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton (who has directed one ENT episode with next week's "Fortunate Son" his second assignment), Garrett Wang, Roxann Dawson and Robbie McNeill to name a few. Some of the production crew members attending were familiar names from Voyager and Deep Space Nine: Merri Howard, Peter Lauritson, Marv Rush, Ronald B. Moore, Ron Surma, Andre Bormanis and Michael Westmore.

    Every cast and crew member stayed afterwards for dessert and coffee and high-fives. High-ranking executives and day-players congratulated each other, as off-site post production staff hugged fellow workers they hadn't met before. And the pride in all their efforts was well founded. "Enterprise" was a sweet, thoughtful, sexy, inspiring and action-packed show.

    Perhaps part of the crowd's harmony was a carryover mood from recent events, although no mention of the terrorist attack was made by Rick Berman and Brannon Braga when they briefly introduced the premiere. And I believe theirs' was the right decision. For it was the product, the culmination of the loving labor of all these people, that spoke so eloquently in honor of those who lost their lives, lost loved ones, or continue the fight to protect our freedom and our country.

    "Enterprise" carries the spirit of optimism and exploration that Roddenberry originally crafted. "Enterprise" displays the comaraderie and pride of a united Earth, working hard to live a free and moral life while learning not to impose it's viewpoint on other life forms. It is a sometimes difficult task for this new crew, but they learn and adapt. "Enterprise" combines the arrogance of a free and secure people with the trepidation of a species that is the "new kid in the galaxy."

    For 85 minutes, I was caught up again in the glorious tapestry of a universe waiting to be explored. I was cheering the good guys, unsure of who the villains were, but proud of the actions of this new crew.

    Yes, many analogies can be drawn between our current events and the journey of "Enterprise." I heartily applaud the efforts of the many people who created this incredible show. But I personally want to single out one person who has often been vilified by the fans, yet has shown, with "Enterprise," that he has a greater understanding of the Trek Universe than previously thought.

    Thank you Brannon Braga. You surprised me, and I'm glad.

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    Season One (2001-2002)
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    721 Broken Bow (pilot)
    103 Fight or Flight
    104 Strange New World
    105 Unexpected
    106 Terra Nova
    107 The Andorian Incident
    108 Breaking the Ice
    109 Civilization
    110 Fortunate Son
    111 Cold Front
    112 Silent Enemy
    113 Dear Doctor
    114 Shadow of P'Jem
    115 Sleeping Dogs

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