I tried to come up with a witty tagline for this quasi-review (I'll tell you why it's "quasi" in a moment) but I was torn between all the available puns... "This show crossed my threshold for boredom." "Watching this I crossed my threshold for pain." You get the point, I'm sure. Threshold is one of the spate of new shows this season that were inspired by the success of ABC's Lost last season, and if this show is any indication of what the newcomers will be like, ABC doesn't have a thing to worry about.
I just watched the series finale of Star Trek: Enterprise. Let me just come right out and say that I am so angry and disgusted that I don't know where to begin. A while back Jolene Blalock (who plays T'Pol on the show) was quoted as saying that the final episode of Enterprise was "appalling"... Jolene, how right you were. What a sad, sad ending to a series that was just starting to find it's voice. What a slap in the face to the cast and the fans of Enterprise. I can't stop shaking my head in disbelief and the only conclusion I can come to is that Rick Berman and Brannon Braga have truly come to hate Star Trek and it's fans. There, I've said it.