Star Trek and the B&B regime

It’s already known that Star Trek was killed by B&B (mostly Berman) and not by “too much Trek“. After Rodenberry’s death, Berman tried unsuccessfuly, to simply, innovate. When TNG came out in 1987 it’s first two seasons sucked, despite all the money that was put into this business. However, in seasons 3 to 6, the series made such a great comeback that I personally consider it the best TV series of all time. There were some episodes in there that are true gems of art. They spoke to my heart.

Now, rumours surface regarding ‘Enterprise’ finale: Tucker dies. “I’m royally pissed at Rick and Brannon for the job they did on the last episode so I’m spilling the beans on it“, said the well-known-unknown person who revealed the spoiler (he is always accurate, just like ThinkSecret ;-).

On another spoiler of an another upcoming episode of Enterprise, before the finale, “Colonel Green, takes over the verteron array on Mars designed to protect Earth from comets and turns the particle cannons on San Francisco, threatening to destroy Starfleet Command unless all non-humans leave the solar system.“. Actually, this might be a good episode. I fear that Earth would have *lots* of such intollerant assholes if suddenly aliens would visit us and even if these aliens might be friendly.

No, I am not talking about the Greys and Reptilians and their painful anal probes. These must remain out of our Solar System and anuses indeed. 😉

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