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Twilight

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Title : Twilight Rating : 4
First Aired : 5 Nov 2003 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Robert Duncan McNeill Year : 2153
Writers : Michael Sussman Season : 3
Rating : 3.5000 for 4 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : mariaco Rating : 4
Review : A brilliant episode, one of Enterprise's finest
Reviewer : Ben Rating : 3
Review : Pretty visuals and a nicely understated romance between T'Pol and Archer aren't quite enough for me to acclaim this episode. Time Travel episodes are always messy, as they are based on the concept of "changing the timeline" and setting aright, thus leading to paradoxes. The other major criticism I have is that it is another episode with a "reset" button. This concept aggravates me, as it renders the episode irrelevant from the perspective of the characters. Yes it's nice to see T'Pol caring for and falling in love with Archer, but when the characters in the "real" timeline don't get the benefit of this deep relationship, what's the point? I'd rather see an episode develop further the sexual tension between T'Pol and Trip.
Reviewer : Tyyrlym Rating : 3
Review : I have to agree. Awesome visuals, great character interaction, T'Pol once again portraying a Vulcan not as emotionless but just very in control of her emotions and in the end... RESET. It got old on Voyager and it still is. Everything about the episode is great and in the end so utterly pointless.
Reviewer : Cailus Rating : 4
Review : Probably one of Enterprise's finest hours (and let's face it, there weren't many of them). It has all the action of Zero Hour, but also has some interesting character work. Personally, I would've preferred for them to go a little further in exploring the last remnants of humnaity, and the grittiness of it, rather than focusing so much on Archer. This episode serves to really rap up the stakes for Enterprise's mission, and is one of the few occasions where the magic reset button can be justified from a dramatic point of view. A superb action episode, but by over-doing the character work, let itself down.
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