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The Next Generation All Good Things come to an end...but not here.

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Old February 5 2013, 03:47 AM   #16
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Re: The bridge sets from TNG.

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In the case of the Odyssey, TNG had already wrapped on "All Good Things" by the time DS9 started on "The Jem'Hadar", but the bridge set was busy being refurbed for the GEN shooting and was not available.
Well that sounds like someone planned poorly!

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Thing is, if we are ever to see it on an official Trek production again, it could be easier by that point to create a virtual set and greenscreen actors in for a guest shot; so the design may eventually come alive again someday.
Maybe. They'd have to build the "set" from scratch, though. (Unlike BSG's Blood and Chrome, where the physical sets had been previously archived before they were torn down.) If you're doing that, I suspect they'd probably go with a new design closer to the Abrams movie instead of revisiting an old one.
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Re: The bridge sets from TNG.

I don't know how thoroughly the BSG sets were archived, but many TNG standing sets were extensively photographed, although I don't know how high the resolution was, after "All Good Things" and before Generations in order to produce the Star Trek: The Next Generation Interactive Technical Manual.
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