Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Commander Richard, Feb 25, 2020.
Finally. Tom Paris vs Nicolas Locarno
The actor is part of the main cast and listed in the opening credits. Of course in this post Game of Thrones world that doesn’t mean he is safe.
Only when he is actually in the episode though.
It's not an argument that he shouldn't have PTSD, it's an argument that Federation medicine would be very good at treating it without his condition.
I totally think Nicholas Locarno should show up in this show in a major role. Just to be confusing.
Have him married to a Klingon engineer too.
Yet, we don't have a "Kirk" series, do we?
And even called it the best episode in 15 years
It's in alpha half the year and beta the other half of the year
Then why did he cry? I think he allowed her to escape while pretending to still be on Narissa's side.
I was nervous! - No. You were incompetent.
Just like that choke wasn't sexual.
Those of us who are regular watchers of British TV on PBS have long known that main cast can be killed off anytime since Spooks (screened in the US as MI-5) killed off a main cast member in the second episode of the first season. That character was put inside a boiling frying fan before being shot in the head. Now that's a brutal way to go
i really loved this episode, wow thats a 10.... very excited.
Spoiler: next episode
interesting place/planet we are going to next week
Riker looks like Santa Claus inside his home/workshop in North Pole
^thats probably his new job!
Haha! I really dig Riker's scruffy-chubby silver fox bear look. Looks great on him.
Is Hugh human?
Thank you. Hugh, human, man.
His name is Hugh Mann, it's canon now.
...told Elnor not to leave the ship, we know exactly that Elnor is going to leave the ship, no matter what....
That was some serious Bond villain foiled death scene stuff with Narek and Soji.
Ah, now I see. Alcoholism here I come.
Indeed, with more smashing to come, I expect.
Interesting. I've been expecting, or hoping, that this series will end with a renaissance of the Federation and Starfleet's ideals, with Picard as the moral authority figure-- either as Commander Starfleet or the Federation President. But perhaps he'll assume more of a Dalai Lama role.
There is no question that the Federation and Starfleet will owe Picard big time when all is said and done.
Just how much pull that will get him remains to be seen.
No doubt that heads will roll in Starfleet and the Federations top ranks.
I think there is absolutely no chance the show ends like that - it is clear that this is set up to provide a show that does not rely on Starfleet and to give a different perspective.
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