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    Posted: 09:10:40 on August 17 2002
    By: Steve Krutzler
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    In the new October issue of British SFX Magazine, co-creator and executive producer Brannon Braga echoes similar remarks given recently to the Star Trek: Communicator, but offers some new insights on the first season.

    "One of our best episodes," Braga says of "Dear Doctor." "I liked the pacing, I liked the theme, I liked the fact that it became a Prime Directive episode toward the end and I liked the character work. For me it was a perfect Enterprise."

    He says "Fight or Flight," the second episode of the season, captured the feeling of this new, untested group of Starfleet explorers with a particular scene.

    "There was that interesting dinner table scene, where Archer asks T'pol, 'What if that was a ship filled with Vulcans, Would you just leave them?'," he says. "That, to me, was the beginning of Archer. Archer thought he was going to go out there and chart nebulas, collect minerals and meet people. Here he finds, very quickly, that there's bad stuff out there, really bad stuff, and how is he going to handle himself? His first impulse, which I liked, was to get the hell out of there, and then it doesn't sit well. The other shows couldn't have that quality, because they were very seasoned space travelers and unflappable."

    The exec also says he had reservations about the Ferengi episode "Acquisition" at first, but in the end it was a mixed bag.

    "It was not entirely successful," he admits. "There were some stabs at humor that fell flat, but others that worked. We set out to do a romp there, and I'd say we hit half the time. In terms of continuity, we were careful to make sure humans never did find out who they were and their name was never used. I saw more shit being given about our using the Ferengi before it aired than after. We almost didn't do this episode because we weren't sure it would fit well with continuity, but we decided to give it a whirl anyway."

    Read more remarks about "Civilization," "Silent Enemy," "Sleeping Dogs," "Fusion" and "The Andorian Incident" over at the Suliban Helix forum. Thanks to TrekWeb member 'Cyrus' for the extracts.

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    Season Two (2002-2003)
    Prod #Title Airdate
    128 Shockwave, Part II 9/18/02
    127 Carbon Creek9/25/02
    129 Minefield10/02/02
    131 Dead Stop10/09/02
    130 A Night In Sickbay10/16/02
    132 Marauders10/24/02
    133 The Seventh10/30/02
    134 The Communicator11/6/02
    135 [Untitled 9th Episode]11/13/02
    136 Vanishing Point11/20/02
    Season One (2001-2002)


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