Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by F. King Daniel, Apr 14, 2021.
Not a Crosby fan?
Not a fan of melodramatic cheese-chewing overacting.
Well, great. So the moral lesson in the end will be: "Be grateful we let all these billions of Romulans die, because otherwise ... even worse space fascism! Crossover of The Handmaid's Tale and the abysmal final season of... oh, never mind. Had to rant because I'm having serious misgivings for the next season.
She peaked in Pet Sematary.....
maybe Q transports Picard into the mirrorverse for...reasons
Denise wants to come back, so that's half of the way there.
But that's not even the Terran Empire logo, plus it collapsed sometime before DS9.
Well...that assumes a lot. But, glad you got it out
Picard producers: Denise, do you like money?
Denise: I'm in!
Surely you're not expecting Q to bother with continuity?
If anyone can “pull” the two universes back closer together, it’s Q.
Same. And Sela was an awful character. Interesting in theory, but what was on screen was just bad.
I like the idea of a Federation that's been absorbed into a Romulan Empire that never collapsed. Not really digging the Sela idea, though. Maybe instead it could be led by Praetor Nero, the savior of Romulus!
It could also be the Romulan invasion of Vulcan as planned, which then spread out to other member planets
Or Commodore Oh could've staged a coup ...
Oh yes! Loved that character. I was very sad that she wasn’t in season 1, but I’m hoping there will be enough opportunities to bring her back in at some point. Dina Meyer is still out there, I’m assuming, and hopefully available.
Honestly, I thought she was one of the very few redeeming qualities of that particular movie.
She recently voiced Oracle for Crisis On Infinite Earths.
great, didn't know she returned to that role. Dina was the best thing about the Birds of Prey show
Definitely feels like shades of "Tapestry", alternate realities or timelines.
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