Y'know how over the last couple of decades there's been a lot of sassifrage about hypertext creations? Well, I think Star Trek: Enterprise has achieved that state.
I'm 15 minutes into watching the second ep of the third season, and I'm sure you could shuffle the scenes and it would make the same amount of narrative sense.
Enterprise has always suffered from weak writing, but it seems to have achieved a state of dynamic equilibrium. Plus Vulcan boobies recapitulating the "Marina Sirtis Topless GIF Information Superhighway" with Jolene Blalock.
If UPN wanted to be really daring, they would do a deal with Apple where they would make individual clips available for iMovie, and hold a contest where the best mix would be the next week's broadcast. It wouldn't be worse than what they are doing now.
As an update on how weak the writing is, compare the airlock sequence in this episode with Firefly. In Enterprise, it is simply torture, which of course they don't go through with. In Firefly, the sequence is the result of betrayal and attempted murder, and you are doubtful about the outcome. Again weak writing from Enterprise.