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Strange New World

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Title : Strange New World Rating : 2
First Aired : 10 Oct 2001 Stardate : Unknown
Director : David Livingston Year : 2151
Writers : Brannon Braga, Rick Berman Season : 1
Rating : 2.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : =A= Quad Rating : 1
Review : I don't believe that any episode deserves a "0". After all, it is Star Trek. However, this eppy almost drove me to push that elusive button. I never like "bottle shows". Ever. In fact, every episode that has even the slightest possibility of being labeled a "bottle show", I will slash it in the ratings. Besides the graphically perfect phase pistol shots, this eppy really didn't have a lot going on. I enjoyed the pre-U.T. stuff going on again. I just adored the Hoshi/T'pol Vulcan language communique. They got a few things totally right.
Reviewer : =NoPoet= Rating : 4
Review : While it is definitely wrong to have characters acting out of character this early in a show's run, this has some of the best acting and certainly some of the most intense scenes of ENT. We get to see Starfleet's first away mission, which is less professional and more entertaining than the ones in later Trek, we get a ghost story and a funny scene where the camping trip is caught in a storm and Trip finds himself sharing his sleeping bag with "an alien scorpion-thing", causing chaos which is being observed by T'Pol. The transporter accident reminds us this is not the safe and comfortable Trek we know and there is a refreshing lack of technobabble - the transporters just can't resolve the form of one man in a hurricane. Excellent episode, thoroughly enjoyed it.
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