Sorry About That Whole Enterprise Ending Thing

We may earn a commission from links on this page.

After years and years of online complaining, producer and writer Brannon Braga has finally come clean and apologized for shortchanging us all with that crappy Star Trek: Enterprise finale.

In an interview with IFMagazine, Braga explained that the "final, final episode" didn't even live up to his expectations: "I may be understating it when I'm saying it didn't turn out as well as I hoped," he said. Yeah, no kidding.

The trekkie-loathed finale of Enterprise was, he explained, supposed to be a "love letter" of sorts to fans, but ended up being pretty "lackluster," and the worst part of it is, he knew it after it came out. But he wouldn't change it, and he won't get involved with it again:

My analogy with STAR TREK is I divorced my wife, I love her dearly, she's with a great guy, and I'm so happy for her. At the same time, in the back of mind, someone else is with my wife. That's how I feel. I can't help but feel emotionally attached to STAR TREK. But predominantly my feeling is it's in great hands with J.J. Abrams and I can't wait to see the movie.


Of course he's excited for the J.J. Abrams movie. Aren't we all?

[IfMagazine via Slice Of Scifi]