At long last… I’m about to begin the final episode of season 3. Our long seasonal nightmare is nearly over.


Omg I just saw Shran in the opening credits text. Way to spoiler your own show, Enterprise!

“Here Travis, memorize the entire surface of the sphere. How much surface area could it have? I mean it’s only the size of a moon.”

They just navigated… in space… by saying, “adjust 15 degrees north”. That would surely be utterly meaningless.

Truly a lucky break that the inside of this mostly hollow sphere weapon has gravity.

The Xindi studied the spheres for decades but the Enterprise crew worked out how to destroy them in like a month.

Wait a minute. This sphere weapon is massive, bigger than the ships, but disabling it just involves two explosive charges on a spinning gyroscope thing that’s suspiciously similar in size to the zero g training device that used to be in the Enterprise training room.

I’m not falling for this “Archer is dead” bs. You won’t fool me this time, show!

I’m sure he’ll magically be saved by time traveling guy and we’ll have to suffer another season.

It’s a lie, Porthos! There’s no way he’s dead! Be strong, dog! Don’t let them gaslight you. You deserve ALL the cheese.

Uh oh. Nazis. Hope someone is ready to get punchin’.

@bigzaphod it’s what happens when you have the right picks for the senior staff 😋.

@bigzaphod Of course, pink skin. Who else would it be? 😂

@bigzaphod IIRC, Star Trek uses “galactic north”/south/etc. to refer to directions parallel to the plane of the galaxy, with the north/south axis dividing the delta and beta quadrants (on the eastern side) from the gamma and alpha quadrants (on the western side). Earth is south of galactic center, directly on alpha/beta line.

I have a book of star charts which I could scan some pictures from tomorrow if you’re interested.

@rdnlsmith that sounds familiar, although I don’t recall them using it to make small navigation adjustments. But then again they aren’t always very consistent. (And I’m not always paying close attention.)

I don't know what show or movie your watching, but it's possible the word "north" has a different meaning than what you or I would recognize

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