Rather than crossovers, I'd prefer more tie-ins like what we got with the Romulans/Quwat Milat between Picard S1 and Discovery S3.
I was very up and down on the first two seasons of Discovery, but I LOVED what we got in 2020.
I certainly wouldn't say no to more.
It's in Star Trek's nature to reinvent the look of the universe. They've been doing that since *at least* TMP.
I like the Disco Andorians quite a...
Barb was a great asset to the Trek fan community. She will be missed.
The latter, unfortunately.
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Here you go...
The scale is exaggerated on Discovery, but the TNG technical manual describes the Enterprise D as having the habitable areas on flexible modules...
I would LOVE socialist Ferengi.
"Rule of Equity #212..."
I wouldn't imagine that Rick Berman is sitting in front of his TV watching Star Trek.
The Ferengi will turn up eventually.
Whether or not they are still capitalists remains to be seen.
Well, wow. This episode was wonderful. It was beautiful, it was surprising, it was engaging, it was filled with very good character moments... it...
I thought it was fun.
I enjoyed the holo environment and the Kelpian stuff.
Su'Kal being the source of the Burn is a pretty silly... but I'm...
I won't rest until every character I loved as a child is resurrected as an unconvincing CGI face awkwardly pasted onto a body double.
Book, Vance, Kovich, Adira, Grey, Ryn... I like most of the new characters.
I liked this one a lot.
I can see how the bowler hat makes people think of Doctor Who, but Star Trek has a long history of omnipotent aliens...
Indeed. Plus a 32nd century setting would allow for more Cronenberg.
I enjoyed the trip previous Emerald Chain episodes but this one fell flat for me.
And I'd really like Saru to become a good Captain soon.
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