TrekToday - 'Marauders' Review Round-Up
'Marauders' Review Round-Up
November 4, 2002 - 12:59 AM
See Also: 'Marauders' Episode Guide
Opinion on the latest new Enterprise episode 'Marauders' was spHere's a selection of the best comments about the episode:
Over at ScoopMe, CJ Carter had some observations on Captain Archer. "While Archer wasn't the praiseworthy Captain of a few episodes ago, he was hardly a cartoon," she wrote. "He didn't rant at Tessic, instead he treated Tessic with respect. Tessic was in way over his head and needed to ask for help. Archer was savvy enough to know how to get Tessic to reaThe read the complete analysis of the episode, follow this link.
Keckler at Television Without Pity christened the episode 'Moroners'. Her 9-page recap of the episode, in which it is awarded a D grade, is available here.
- "The story Captain Mac for Trek5. "If I didn't know a thing about this series and tuned in for the first time, I would think I was watching a feature film."
Click here for the complete review, in which the episode gets a Warp 5 rating.
"I really don't have much to say about this one. We knew we were in trouble from the first moment," wrote Monkee at Monkee's Place. "I was bored! I'd rather get a few genuine moments of amusement or enjoyment out of an otherwise bad episode than be bored senseless by a mediocre one. I'll have forgotten this one by the weekend!"
In the full review the episode is awarded 7 out of 10.
TrekWeb's O Deaus had plenty to say about the episode.
Enterprise is afraid to push the boundaries in storytelling or at least get somewhere near them. It's afraid to even sacrifice one of three minor colonist characters whom we'll never see again in favour of a bizarrely sunny ending. [...] As it is, 'Marauders' has some great moments and some strong scenes and even some low-key development of Archer and Hoshi with a tacked on screwball comedy ending that really doesn't do justice to the material.
For the complete episode review, follow this link.
More information about the episode can be found in the Trek Nation episode guide.
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