Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Tuskin38, Feb 14, 2023.
Terry Matalas tweeted this image from Frontier Day:
Looks like Troi has the division color appropriate jacket.
I hope those are fireworks.
yeah it's from the trailer I posted last page.
Looks exciting. This 2 part finale is going to be epic!
From the trailer, it looks like the Titan shows up to Frontier Day and the entire fleet turns on them since they went rogue. So the crew has to abandon the Titan and stop the big threat. It also looks like Jack will struggle with whatever he is dealing with. My guess is part 1 will end on a massive cliffhanger like the Titan is adrift and the crew have to abandon ship and the attack on starfleet has begun and ships are blowing up, "to be continued".
They missed a trick here, as 12th April is frontier day. (Assuming as quoted its the launch of the nx-01) so would gave been good for the finale to air then.
It will be the 12th in Hawaii
And the pacific time zone as sometimes it goes up 30 minutes before midnight.
They should release 9 and 10 together on the 12th then
I'm there are lines in there abou commandeering the fleet & "We have to get off of the Titan".
Time for whatever is in Docking Bay 12 then?
"The entire fleet" must be hyperbole, for in one of the displays seen in the trailer I counted between 50 and 60 ships. The display is at time stamp 0:02.
Yes, it'll be the 12th for everyone in the US when it's released. (13th for me in the uk)
But it's not the finale.
Would be nice.
What's the red swirly thing in the background. It's not any of the fireworks, a spatial rift?
Could be a spatial rift or maybe some type of spiral fireworks.
"Sir, there's another starship coming in...
...it's the Enterprise!"
It will be the 13th for most Americans and Canadians when it comes out. The 12th is Wednesday, not Thursday.
Hmmm so I’ll hazard a guess that the Titan is destroyed. They evacuate and need a new ship…seeing as though the Enterprise F is being decommissioned (as per those logs that were released just prior to the season premiere), it will be a refurbished Galaxy class that will save the day.
It's also been seen mentioned on a computer graphic in the show, in Episode 1 and whatever episode had Ro.
But I have feeling the -F being decommissioned is party of the conspiracy.
Or a Galaxy Dreadnought, perhaps?
I mean, they've already done a considerable amount of fan service this season. Would an All Good Things callback be too much?
Yes. They're going to show the ship as the friends remember it. Considering it's a museum ship
But, as has been par for the course with the VFX team when it comes to small details, the saucer impulse engines will be lit and the shuttlebays 2 and 3 will be the same size a la Eaglemoss models.
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