I'm almost done with Voyager, which I've been plugging through since it was released on Netflix. I'd never really given it much thought before, but once I got into it I was hooked. Enterprise will probably be my next go around.
:unsure Sorry. I'd considered a spoiler tag, but figured the episode was over six years old now. It's been discussed in several areas of the internet.I really liked Enterprise but never got to see the last season, but since Darth Gordon spoiled it for me I think I don´t have to catch up...
I hate you Darth Gordon, I HATE you...
For me that was a refreshing change of pace. "Mirror Darkly" is the first and only episode to break the tradition of the "good guy in the bad universe." It takes place completely in the Mirror universe (Mirrorverse? :lol) right down the redone opening credits (which were awesome!).It also didn't have a good guy for the audience to root for. Everyone was a Mirror Universe homicidal a-hole.
That's why the original works so well--good people pretending to be bad until they can get out of there...
The Enterprise Mirror Universe episodes took place before the Mirror Universe episodes of the original Star Trek. As far as I know, from what I read in the Mirror Universe story collection, the story Age of the Empress, Hoshi did, indeed take over the Empire (picking up right where the last episode left off), had a coup against her by the Andorians (whom she personally invited), only to use the Rebels that had been formed by T'Pol after she managed to escape from capture to regain her throne and the story ending as Phlox works on resurrecting a dead Captain Archer through abnormal medical technology. Some may not consider the story as canon, however the story itself was based on a treatment that was meant to be another Mirror Universe episode for the show had it continued on. But I also heard there was another story that was written that takes place after the Age of the Empress story that continues on after that (I can't say for certain if its true or not, nor can I say I've read that one). And Empress Sato, from what I've also read somewhere online, her version of the Empire after the story (in which due to T'Pol's actions in helping getting Sato back on the throne, allowed for the Vulcans and the Terran Empire to be equals instead of the Vulcans being repressed as it was in the episodes) lead up to the eventual turn around cause by Mirror Spock in the "Mirror, Mirror" episode 122 years later and its eventual fall.So did Hoshi manage to take over the Empire? What about the technology of the Defiant? Did it push the Empire forward or was it lost before it could make a difference?
I'm trying REALLY hard to figure out if this is satire.Voyager is still my favorite series… I loved all the characters, I loved the ship, and I loved the idea of two enemies teaming together to survive being stranded out in the Delta quadrant. Seven of Nine really breathed more life into the last four years, and for some reason, I never get sick of watching episodes of Voyager.
Some one PLEASE re-edit this as an episode, or Fanfilm it immediately!You know I had this idea for an episode called " A Dog Day Afternoon" *snip* The whole episode is of an alien attack, from Portho's POV *snip* I even had the idea of him saving the day by jumping and chomping on a bad guys arm just as he's about to shoot Archer *snip* I'm not that good of a writer to pull the whole thing off.
Sisko and crew journeyed to the Beta Quadrant. That's further than Kirk ever went. And even while on a space station, there is still much to explore from the many species that inhabit the station. The Bajorans, the Cardassians, the changelings, the Ferengi, the El-Aurians, and even hints of the Tholians! I like DS9 for answering the question that is never asked when audiences listen to that prologue "Where no one has gone before". Once you get there, what than? Deep Space Nine is a good answer to that question. If we are to occupy space with other species, what will our roles be? What will their roles be? How will we resolve problems that affect them but not us? Well, if your Captain Archer, you go "We didn't come here to play God" and simply walk away."To boldly go.....as far as we reasonably can each week while tied to a space station."