Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Precious Tritium, Jul 23, 2022.
I didn't say they look weird, I said it was weird to see them.
I'm glad Johnathan Frakes lost some weight. He actually looks like a healthy older riker now. He looks more like the old leaner Riker when he was young.
They're going to make Wesley Jean-Luc's son aren't they?
Wesley isn't in this season, so probably not.
Spoiler: Casting Call rumours
Leaked Casting Call rumours say otherwise anyways, picard's child is a new character
You know, earning the pip is not that bad; she could be whatever ranked deserved, I think it would be nice to have some learning curve as a Starfleet officer for Seven and close to season's end she becomes Captain. This would open the doors for a legitimate spin-off where the series is about her being a Captain of a Starship.
Direct Commission Officer:
Given that Starfleet is modeled on the U.S. Navy, I'm assuming they do direct commissions.
The Navy directly commissions civilians who possess specialized skills (doctors, lawyers, engineers, chaplains, pharmacists, experts in unconventional warfare -- like Seven).
Having said this, the Navy has a Direct Commission Officers School (DCOS). It's where newly commissioned officers go to learn the nuts and bolts of being in the Navy (traditions, procedures, basic seamanship, etc.). I'm assuming SF has something similar along those lines.
I imagine there will be a time skip again between Season 2 and 3.
Wasn't there a reference to Alexander's "first set of ridges" once? Maybe Klingons periodically shed their forehead ridges.
Eh. Not a huge fan of Seven in Starfleet, but that's hardly a deal breaker. I don't have a lot of expectations right now and the shortcomings of PIC S2 aren't leaving me exactly excited. But there are seasons of LDS and Prodigy yet to come, so I suspect I'll be in a more receptive mood for whatever this turns out to be when it actually lands.
So, Commodore Oh, or Admiral.. or whatever she calls herself these days, left a vacant position as Starfleet Head of Security.
100 quatloos, that’s Worf’s new position.
The weapon Worf has on his back is called a Kur’leth, and it was designed by Dan Curry who designed the original Bat’leth
Nice! Having some real design continuity to the weapon pleases me. As opposed to STID and DSC both just redesigning the bat'leth and making it look worse. (IMO)
How many sword variations exist on planet Earth?
Another interview with Patrick Stewart and Gates McFadden from today with IGN this time.
Stewart is so funny when he doesn't have a clue
"I am Worf, now from the House of Waffle."
Greatly looking forward to season 3. Hopefully they won't kill Picard at the end.
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