Spoilers Star Trek: Picard 1x06 - "The Impossible Box"

Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Commander Richard, Feb 25, 2020.

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Rate the episode...

  1. 10 - Data

    23.3%
  2. 9

    42.0%
  3. 8

    22.0%
  4. 7

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  5. 6

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  10. 1 - Maddox

    1.2%
  1. cosmic mouse

    cosmic mouse Commodore Commodore

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    8+ maybe 9
     
  2. Cyrus

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  3. hbquikcomjamesl

    hbquikcomjamesl Commodore Commodore

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    Hmm. Seems like the tan zhekran was a "Chekhov's Lament Configuration."

    I loved the reunion between Picard and Hugh. And the comic relief bit with the former Borg seeing Picard, and recognizing him as Locutus.
     
  4. hbquikcomjamesl

    hbquikcomjamesl Commodore Commodore

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    And breaking the sixth and seventh walls is what happened at the end of Blazing Saddles, and then again, years later, at the end of the last episode of Newhart.
     
  5. Discofan

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    I've never heard of these. What are they? (Sixth and Seventh walls that is)
     
  6. cooleddie74

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    The series finale of Newhart:

     
  7. hbquikcomjamesl

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    They're basically the walls of sanity.

    And I have this vague recollection of an epilogue involving Larry, Darryl and Darryl in the elevator at Bob Hartley's office.

    Incidentally, I have a letter from Bob Newhart, from many years ago, thanking me for the pictures I sent him of a model DC-3 that I'd built, which I'd painted and lettered for "The Mrs. Grace L. Ferguson Airline and Storm Door Company."

    The tail insignia is a caricature of an elderly woman in a purple dress and a red aviator helmet. Because anybody named Grace L. Ferguson, who owned an airline and storm door company, would HAVE to be a "red hatter."
     
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