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Doctor's Orders

Started: 2004-02-19 08:18:13

Submitted: 2004-02-19 08:31:19

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I was entertained by last night's episode of Enterprise, Doctor's Orders, and felt compelled to share my handful of thoughts with the world. It felt like the episode took a bit too long to get going; the first part seemed only to underscore the fact that something was going to happen and we were going to have to watch the episode to find out what it was. The strangest thing was that I've seen this episode before, only it was a Voyager episode featuring Seven of Nine entitled One.

The movie featured on the episode's sparsely-attended movie night was The Court Jester, which I suspect I may have seen before, or at least enough to recognize the trademark line shown in the episode. Upon seeing the tounge-twisting dialogue, I was unable to resist the urge to Google, and my search was successful.

Enterprise seems better this season than in the past, but it's still not terribly compelling. I'll watch it if Gem happens to be watching it, but I won't loose sleep over missing an episode or three.

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