||I think this episode might be the one where I realised Enterprise had failed. As a prequel, the characters, events and technology of ENT are not so much a blast from the past as a blast from Rick Berman's ass. This is a completely routine and highly monotonous example of a TV show going through the motions. Its earnest intent is to teach us that bullies are bad and should be stood up to. Fair enough, if you stood up to a Klingon he would either roar with laughter and embrace you, or kill you where you stand, but this is a Bermaga episode and they "own" Star Trek so they don't need to give a flying toss about continuity. Here, the Klingons retreat with their bottoms thoroughly smacked, with no intention of "nuking the entire site from orbit". You wimpy ponces DARE to stand up to the Klingon Empire? Stand up to THIS, pataks! ENT season 2 is typified by this episode: bland, inoffensive, boring, telling simplistic stories that might be appropriate for children's cartoons from the 40s, but have little place in the aggressive, dynamic world of modern telly.