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A fact from this article appeared on Wikipedia's Main Page in the "Did you know?" column on September 8, 2016.
The text of the entry was: Did you know ... that Scott Bakula was the only actor considered to play Jonathan Archer in Star Trek: Enterprise?
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I could swear that I watched the very first episode of Enterprise in HDTV from the D.C. area UPN affiliate WDCA.

Could anyone else confirm this? — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 03:44, 19 June 2014 (UTC)

So... did people like it or not?Edit

I don't think the article goes into whether people (public/critics) liked it or not. It's like an endless stream of text about how many people watched it. Even the Reception section contains 0 information about whether people think it was any good or not. You would think that at least somewhere in the article, something would be mentioned about this. -- (talk) 01:54, 29 July 2012 (UTC)

  • Based on information contained in this article, I held off watching this series for several months. But as I finished DS9, I decided to give Enterprise a real chance and boy am I glad I did. I have ZERO IDEA why people are hating on this show so much. Archer gives Kirk, Piccard, and Sisko a solid run at being the best captain of the canon (NOT a gender issue here - there's lots of awesome female leaders in ST - I just don't consider Janeway to be one of them), the characters and stories were awesome - and yes, I DEFINITELY include the Xindi arc in there. I just finished season 3 and from the few minutes I've seen of season 4, I doubt it will disappoint. So again, I'm not really sure what folks were missing nor expecting from this series. They do an awesome job of telling the pre-TOS events and the quality all around seems to be right up there with the TNG and DS9. And frankly, while many seem to love VOY, it has eluded my interest thus far but perhaps that will change if I give it a solid try and am able to tolerate Roxann Dawson's hysterics. Regardless, Star Trek: Enterprise is not to be missed - the worst thing about it was the premature cancellation and the intro song. I state all the above to make the case that some of the article's content is disingenuous both in indicting the series itself and also for lacking any proper reference re: negative treatment of the series. Aleding (talk) 22:23, 2 October 2016 (UTC)

Unpopularity of Xindi story arcEdit

At first glance on Netflix the unpopularity of the Xindi story arc had to do with the T'Pol/Tucker relationship. It was forced and contrived to make a calculated and unnecesarry change in the series. Sexing up of Enterprise was mistake to Trekkies because it was out of character for both characters rem486

Please keep in mind that this area is meant for discussion of improvements to the article. Not a general discussion area of the topic, per WP:NOTFORUM. ——Digital Jedi Master (talk) 00:41, 29 March 2014 (UTC)

The article mentions Netflix, and the unpopularity of the Xindi storyline arc. My talkpage reference attempts to encapsulate both with the idea that an as yet unknown reason exists for the disrespect of a perfectly good Star Trek plot line. Actually upon watching even more episodes I'm even more convinced my idea is sound. [rem486]

I'm still not sure what you're attempting to do. What changes are you wanting to make to the article? I don't see any mention of the Xindi story arc being unpopular. It says it was written to replace the Temporal Cold War storyline, because that was unpopular. But, again, if this is just speculation on the series, and not a discussion of how to improve the article, then this is not the place to discuss it. ——Digital Jedi Master (talk) 19:09, 3 April 2014 (UTC)

What part of the Xindi story arc is not a part of the Temporal Cold War storyline? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Rem486 (talkcontribs) 13:43, 7 April 2014 (UTC)

Massive thanksEdit

I just wanted to add a public thank you to everyone who has copyedited this article since I did a full replacement a few days ago. This version has been sitting in userspace for quite some time, far longer than any other I've ever created in this manner. Because of this I just wasn't seeing any issues with it (and partially I was pretty sick of seeing it in userspace!!). It's far better to have it out here in the open where more eyes can result in a better result, after all that is what Wikipedia is. Miyagawa (talk) 09:41, 25 June 2016 (UTC)

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