Spoilers Picard 1x1, "Remembrance"

Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by The Old Mixer, Jan 8, 2020.

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  1. jaime

    jaime Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    I was thinking about this. The only acceptable Q fix ending really, if I were doing it, is to have Q switch Picard with Data on the Scimitar, after Picard requests it. That might just about work.
     
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  2. thribs

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    Just watched it again and you can see a model of the E in the vault just under the D in a few shots.
     
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  3. The Rock

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    I saw that as well! I wonder if Picard will have any dreams that take place on the Enterprise-E, similar to the dream he had about the Enterprise-D.

    What was funny about that Enterprise-D dream is that he and Data were wearing the First Contact uniforms in it.
     
  4. jaime

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    Nope. Because Picard is a continuation of an existing narrative, I.e the life of Picard. Batman Begins is another adaptation of an existing narrative in a different medium, and makes a point of being that (for example, not reusing any cast from previous adaptations, because it is not in continuity with those...the complete opposite of Picard, which has a returning cast from two different Treks.)

    So no, not even for the purpose of this show.

    This is more akin to Twin Peaks: The Return or series 10 and 11 of The X files. I do not think anyone would suggest any of the characters there start in episode one of their respective new series.
     
  5. jaime

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    Yup. Though, to be fair, it gave some amazing haircuts to her.
     
  6. jaime

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    Starfleet would not have Lores body...he was not a member of Starfleet, and technically was part of a separately defined non-federation race, of which you could probably successfully argue Data was the sovereign/federation representative.
     
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  7. thribs

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    You could come back. I’m sure Seven would want a rematch. :)
     
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  8. The Rock

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    :guffaw:Some episodes of Voyager did not age well and that is most definitely one of them!
     
  9. thribs

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    What do mean? I think it was a pretty good episode. Had Weyoun in it as well.
     
  10. The Rock

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    The whole scene with me fighting Seven is really cheesy IMO. I thought it was really cool when I first saw it way back then, but watching it nowadays makes me cringe.
     
  11. jaime

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    Eh. There are worse uses of eyebrows.
     
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  12. NCC-73515

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    10 forward not only has the wrong windows, but is also 10 slightly-port instead XD
     
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  13. Guy Gardener

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    Data gets around.
     
  14. Mr. Adventure

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    So far not feeling the urge to find out what idiots on Youtube have to say about it. Also, not caring how it compares to Discovery. Which helps weed out a good half or more of the 30+ pages I've skimmed.

    As one of the five people that watched that Nightflyers series it's kind of funny because her character on that could interface with the ship's computers and systems.
     
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  15. jaime

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    He is...fully...functional.
     
  16. Crewman6

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    The windows look wrong from the outside and from the inside the shape of the windows seems wrong - too angular.
     
  17. Tomalak

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    I thought that was wonderful. Patrick Stewart somehow found Picard again - for me it was the interview scene that really brought him back.

    Still processing it all, but the synth plot is really engaging, and I thought Alison Pill was great in her brief Basil Exposition scene. Lots of nice bits for us old fans too.

    Tea, Earl Grey, decaf.
     
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  18. thribs

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    Index could do working on her pronunciation more. I thought she said “dodger” at first.
     
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  19. Tomalak

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    Yeah I didn't understand that until Picard repeated it later.

    I thought she said Dahj or something.
     
  20. TheMadCloner

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    I also thought the episode did a good job world building 24th century Earth as well. I read somewhere that they want to create a MCU-like universe with the new ST series/movies, and part of that is making the future feel like the future, instead of just a few corridors on a ship. Seeing 24th century Boston and Starfleet Archives is a good start.