|As an Actor||Supporting||1||$7,826||$0||$7,826|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on a credit in that role in 1 film, with $7,826 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #55,826)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Himself (Certifiably Jonathan)|
|Most productive collaborators: Jonathan Winters, Richard Marshall, Matt Fortnow, Howie Mandel, Tim Conway|
April 25th, 2014
Star Trek: Enterprise ends its home market run this weekend (unless they put out a Blu-ray Megaset or 4K releases in the future). The first two seasons were not well-received by critics, but season three started to show some promise. Can Season Four continue this forward progress? Or is there a good reason it was the last season of this show?
December 27th, 2013
Star Trek: Enterprise ran for four seasons, which means the series is already halfway done its Blu-ray run. On the seventh of January, the film's third season hits Blu-ray. If you look at various sites that rate episodes, you will find 80% of the bottom twenty episodes of this show's run are from the first two seasons, while 80% of the top twenty episodes are from the third and fourth seasons. That's quite a turnaround. But is it enough? Or is being better than the first two seasons just damning it with faint praise?
August 19th, 2013
The second season of Star Trek: Enterprise comes out on Blu-ray this week. I previously reviewed the first season and for the most part I was not impressed. Did the show improve during season two? Did it improve by enough to matter?
March 25th, 2013
Star Trek, as a franchise, began nearly 50 years ago and it has maintained a healthy fan base ever since. Star Trek: Enterprise started in 2001 and had quite a lot of pre-release buzz. It was to look at the very early days of humans exploring the galaxy and taking their place in pre-Federation times. The pilot, Broken Bow was seen by more than 12.6 million people. However, the average viewership for season one was just under 6 million and by the time the series was canceled after the fourth season, the show's ratings had fallen to under half of that. It obviously didn't live up to the hype, but now that the show's been off the air for nearly a decade and the hype is not an issue, is it worth going back and rediscovering the show?