Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Cyrus, Jan 24, 2020.
I'm guessing Colm Meaney. It has that DS9 link, the TNG link, and the silhouette could fit.
I could have sworn Matalas cited Colm Meaney as an example of someone they didn't have the time for in this show that he'd love to bring into a new series.
Hadn't heard that. Guess it's Diana Muldaur then. (Jack's real mom?!)
Haha, I wish I could find the quote to say for certain that I'm not misremembering. It's always possible that I am. It's just... way too late right now, and/or early, for me to go digging.
Matalas has confirmed Dr. Pulaski will not be returning. She will be mentioned somehow.
Who's left? I think I'd be super underwhelmed by Dwight Schultz. Other than him or a strictly DS9 or VGR character, I can't think of anyone who'd be all that massive a spoiler. Ashley Judd as Lefler? Elizabeth Dennehy as Shelby? Robert Duncan McNeil as Nick Locarno? Tony Todd as Kurn/Rodek?
Something Short Android Body
Short is shorter than Body
soooo... Tasha Yar?
Who else has a 3 letter last name?
I think it's going to be DS9 character. Kira, O'Brien, Bashir or Dax.
Didn't they say they were going to bring back Denise Crosby for this season? wonder if the special guest is her.
No, she wouldn't be back, but there would be a nod to her, according to Matalas.
Which a Yar-droid would be
The Ready Room for Episode 6 is already out for those in USA via YouTube -
I will say this, I got some warm fuzzy feelings when Levar was talking about how Mica grew up with the TNG cast being honorary aunts and Uncles and It made my heart grow three sizes.
Great interviews with Levar and hid daughter Mika and Ashley.
Next week's mystery guest will turn out to be Kate Mulgrew.
This last episode was really Outstanding.
Then Wil Wheaton really was hyping up things by saying revealing who it was would be really spoilery
That's a distinct possibility.
She's already in Prodigy, so seeing her here wouldn't be a huge shock to fans.
I'm expecting something more jaw-dropping.
maybe the actor who portrays the face.
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