Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Tuskin38, Feb 14, 2023.
The Borg cube is in Jupiter's 'eye'.
Apollo should have saved him...
The Borg have their wires crossed with the Cybermen. There's no Nerva Beacon to be found in these parts.
I suspect when the cube is defeated, it's going to sink into Jupiter's atmosphere until the pressure causes it to implode.
"Attention crew. We may experience some slight turbulence and then explode."
Like a leaf in the wind...
Is it really a Borg cube in Jupiter? Looking at this screenshot from the ep "Vox", it looks like it is bigger than just a single Cube. It looks like an entire Borg Complex like the one we saw in Voyager.
After the Empire fell, Lobot's ambitions kicked into overdrive.
On the point of Jupiter, I'm a little hazy on this... wasn't that also where they stopped the cube in BoBW? Possible plot connection reason?
No, I'm fairly sure the cube was in Earth orbit when it was destroyed.
I know they got at least past Mars, as we see the cube obliterating its automated defense perimeter.
Agree, was thinking it was either part of the Unicomplex, or alternatively maybe just a super closeup from the perspective of Jack's shuttle.
Also, is the BQ still missing the arm she ripped off her own body??
Correct, and the only other planet on screen was Saturn. The only Jupiter reference was regarding Jupiter station:
SHELBY: The Borg have dropped out of warp, sir. Jupiter outpost nine two reported visual contact at twelve hundred hours, thirteen minutes.
The funny thing about that is in order to do flybys of Jupiter, Saturn and Mars on their way to Earth, the Borg would have had to have been taking quite the leisurely jaunt around the solar system.
Apparently Matalas said the Queen is going to be visibly worse for the pathogen she was infected with in Endgame…so probably
I'm guessing she'll be partly CG, or disfigured enough to justify not using Alice as the physical version of the queen.
Riker says "Federation and civilian" signals. I always took "Federation starship" to be synonymous with Starfleet (i.e., "This is Captain Jean Luc Picard of the Federation starship Enterprise").
Also, if there are other fleets and they're coordinated like the US Navy into separate units, depending on their positioning, they could be way out of position to respond. That was the concern with Sisko's plan to retake Deep Space Nine during the Dominion War, and what happened when the Dominion took Betazed.
COBURN: (human male Admiral) There's one thing that still concerns me.
SISKO: What's that, Admiral?
COBURN: Earth. You've left it a very tempting target.
ROSS: Earth will still be defended by the Third Fleet.
COBURN: But what if you're wrong, and the Dominion doesn't commit its forces to protect Deep Space Nine? What if instead they launch a full-scale assault on Earth? If we follow the plan you're proposing, we'll never be able to get reinforcements there in time.
Trailer is up! Holy phasers, Batman.
"The line must be drawn here. No. Here. Um...here! No further!"
Like Donna Summer sang, dim all the lights sweet darling, 'cause tonight it's all the way.
Yup. Looks truly cinematic. I envy those who will see the IMAX version.
WOW. It looks action packed and intense.
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