Discussion in 'Star Trek: Lower Decks' started by mdtauk, Oct 25, 2018.
I love these nerds so much-- just look at them!
also a very short mostly audio teaser
Still no release date, just sometime this year.
see, a live action Lower Decks would totally work.
No word on the s2 blu ray?
This was a super fun panel. The energy was great, and the cast--I’m sorry--the crew of the Cerritos, were so much fun, and seem to genuinely love one another’s company. Very glad I was able to make it to this.
Happy you got to be there.
Really wish they'd offer to stream those panels, even if for a fee for those on the other side of the planet.
Teaser poster with the highly anticipated return of Peanut Hamper.
Thanks. I agree, the panels should be online, and I believe in the past some panels (aside from their exclusive preview material) have ended up being put online eventually.
I hope that they’ll be streaming these panels soon!
I really enjoyed the teaser and the live action look of the uniforms was great. Really looking forward to season 3.
I couldn't resist
I think it would be great if Lower Decks did a special live action episode. Maybe the Cerritos finds an alien artifact that sends them to a parallel universe where everything is live action. I would so dig seeing these guys in live action. I think it would be fun.
I recently watched Fringe and they had an episode kinda like that but it was live action to Animated. Farscape also had something similar. I too think that would be cool, especially seeing those uniforms in "real life".
Would love to see this panel.
They really DO look like their characters.
Thats awesome, they need to crossover somewhere.
As a boomer who saw TOS as a little kid when it first aired, I admit to being a bit set in my ways with growing inflexibility in accepting new things. I didn't care much for the 1970s animated Star Trek. It looked pretty low quality even when I was still an adolescent. I am enjoying Lower Decks though, even if I can't possibly be anywhere near the target demographic. It actually has a Phineas and Ferb vibe every so often, and that's one show I loved watching with my kids. A sentient platypus (Ensign Perry?) joining the crew would be great....yes, probably a weird suggestion.
I'm 50, and this is my favorite version of CBS Trek so far.
I'm deeply jealous, but glad you got to go.
It’s a shame Karl Urban wasn’t there to bully “Boilmer” around.
They couldn’t paint her green?
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