The Andorian Incident
my name is rapsnik, I'm a fan of Star Trek, though not so
knowledgable able it, as many of you are. Anyway, I've been waiting
to give the series a few episodes before I comment on it. Well, I
must say, I very much enjoyed "The Andorian Incident". I look
forward to seeing how the revelations of the story line will be dealt
with in future episodes. It seems the mistrust humans have of
vulcans has just been reaffirmed. Well, it's not like we didn't know
the vulcans were less than perfect. Can you imagine the fear that
crewmen must have had when ordered into the transporter!
I really loved this episode. Reminded me of TOS is so many ways. It was great to see the Andorians again and I hope we do see more of them in the future.
I also liked the fact that this episode doesn't do the obvious and have the Andorians turn out to be wrong. I liked that. This could add a little more flame to the mistrust of the Vulcans and will likely be one avenue of getting T'Pol to see more of the human point of view.
It defiantly seems the Vulcans are interested in the goings on in there own universe. More than they would like to have people believe. Even there own people are left in the dark about certain matters.
I liked the look of the Andorians and the fact the Antenna moved. Very nice little touch.
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