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Blalock Says She’s Not Happy With Finale
Executive Producers Rick Berman and Brannon Braga might be calling it a “valentine for Star Trek fans,” but actress Jolene Blalock said she’s not looking forward to the series finale of “Star Trek: Enterprise.”
“I don’t know where to begin with that one,” Blalock told the Toronto Star about the episode, reportedly titled “These Are the Voyages.” “The final episode is … appalling.”
Blalock, who plays T’Pol in the series, said that she was not shocked when UPN finally cancelled the series.
“It is said,” she said. “I think most of us here are still in active denial. But you’ve got to know, going in, that these last few days are going to be highly emotional.”
When the series first debuted, it brought it more than 13 million viewers. Blalock said she didn’t understand how they could’ve “somehow managed to drive 11 million of them away.”
But Blalock wasn’t all negative. She said this past season was a treat.
“It was an unexpected surprise to have the scripts that we did,” she said about the fourth season. “And I am grateful and thankful for that. It was fun to come to work again. And it was certainly much better than spending another season doing what we had been doing. It said a lot about the potential of the show.”
Blalock also saluted the fans that are trying to bring the show back, like the Save Enterprise group and TrekUnited.
“I really am touched by their [outpouring] of support, and their display of passion for the show. i was sort of caught off guard. I didn’t now that they were so adamant. But, you know, they really aren’t saying anything new. They’re just saying it louder.”
“Star Trek: Enterprise” airs Fridays at 8 p.m. ET on UPN.