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Had a few moments, but overall, I can see why this series failed. Nothing compelling in practically any of the characters, and the plots simply dragged.

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Until the Xindi showed up, the plots were terrible. It had potential, but they botched it.
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Random American wrote: Mon Aug 22, 2022 10:40 am Until the Xindi showed up, the plots were terrible. It had potential, but they botched it.
Yeah. How do you screw up something with an actor as charismatic as Scott Bakula? There were some neat moments later on but my rage still burns over Dear Doctor.
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They didn't even get an original theme song?? :nono:
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