Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Commander Richard, Mar 2, 2022.
Pretty sure he said it was owned by the family.
Regarding the Picard flashbacks, Patrick said on the Ready Room that not to take them at face value. Picard is remembering them through the eyes of a child 100 years later, plus being repressed can have them not be accurate to what actually happened.
Well, that was fun enough.
Though I do wish they had let me know they were going to borrow the Q aging scene I made up on this very forum xD
It was owned by the family until it was legally impossible to own anything.
Rene PIcard and Young Jean-Luc are identical (Same actor).
The Picard's are clones.
The Chateau is a historical landmark and the Picards are automated entertainment to keep the venue (medium) historically accurate. When the last Picard died, they would have expected to bring in new clones who acted like Luddites pretending it was 2200 again.
Except a boat.
For Pete sake people, listen to the damn dialogue!
"The first fully Romulan Cadet at Starfleet Academy". Savvik is HALF Romulan.
Massive population reduction, nearly free power, no need for crops, and colonies all across the solar system.
They give you a bunk, you do your work, and you eat at the replimat.
I imagine 99 percent unemployment.
If there's 99 percent unemployment, then of course there's universal basic income, but instead of of money, they give you unlimited food, unlimited education, unlimited travel and a bunk where ever on Earth you happen to be.
Richard Bashir is the most average person in the Federation.
It's still owned by them, there's no evidence to prove otherwise.
Aliens have boats, and want money for their boats.
I was just pointing out who might have been half-Romulan.
When it comes to Seven killing the space pirates I got to ask. Why no stun setting? Modern Trek seems to forget the phasers don't have to kill people when used. Sh could have just shot them and then dropped them off somewhere.
Scotty just bought a boat.
My mind went to Simon Tarses from "The Drumhead." I think he went to the Academy but didn't stay long enough to get a commission.
Yeah, he was an enlisted member of Starfleet.
The Stargazer's helm officer might be a Haliian, similar makeup
Also I'm pretty sure that's Elnor behind Raffi
Which tells me that he went on to even bigger things after captaining the Excelsior of his day.
I wonder what those things will turn out to be?
Lita (Rom's Wife from DS9) was given a Cafe on Jupiter Station, no questions asked, and no money down.
The Federation uses hierarchical systems, has well defined borders, independent governments that answer to a legal council, and a punitive military system in place. It is likely a successful socialist state, if the workers own the means of production, but it is not yet a communist society.
The United Earth predates the Federation, but both probably mirror Vulcan.
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