Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by EJD1984, May 15, 2019.
I'm sure the B Boys acolytes were able to find another dimension or a new galaxy.
There was also a faction that believed B.B. stood for BB guns and therefore only armed themselves as such. They didn't last a single day.
Discovery must become a galactic boombox, both jumping and blaring music across the entire galaxy to take down the evil Federation in *that sequence* from Beyond made an entire season.
I am mentally ready for groovin' with DJ Sylvia Tilly. Let's engage the Spore Drive and make Discovery its own Disco Ball!
Narrator: "They didn't."
NO SLEEP TIL....
Never been a huge fan of nuance, myself. IMHO, it's overrated.
Nothing lasts forever, even the Federation as we know it. It's entirely possible that it will evolve into something evil given enough time. Even in the 24th century, some do see it as evil.
"Is this what we've become? The 24th Century Rome? Caesar can do no wrong!"
"In some ways you're even worse than the Borg. At least they tell you about their plans to assimilate you. You're more insidious. You assimilate people without them even realizing it."
Or my personal favorite, even though it's the 23rd Century:
"Inalien? If you could only hear yourselves. Human Rights. The very name is racist. The Federation is nothing more than a Homo Sapiens Only Club."
You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become a villain.
KEVIN SORBO CONFIRMED!!!!1!!
WTF...Sorbo? Are you serious?
Yup. Rommie and Zora will be comparing notes.
I've thought for a while, now, that a story based on the opposite of this premise might be interesting - you either die a villain or live long enough to see yourself become the hero.
Come to think of it, that might sort of be the plot of the Georgiou spin-off.
Are they actually going to call it Star Trek: Picard?
Yes, it's official.
Sounds about right.
(please keep that typo!)
Edit: Dang it, why did you edit that! It was so much better before!
Crud, I had just fixed it. That *is* pretty funny, though. Freudian slip? What can I say? - I like Philippa as a bad, bad girl.
Sure all things end, but why does it have to end with the Federation being evil?
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