Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Commander Richard, Feb 15, 2023.
oh please, not this again.
The Trek timeline since 1966 IS the timeline created by First Contact with the Vulcans. The "FC and ENT changed the timeline in subtle ways" argument didn't wash in 1996 and 2001 and it doesn't wash now.
I don't understand why people are taking the dates and numbers listed in TOS as being absolute unmovable stone monuments of perfection.
It's not, they're not, will not.
Strict literalism. That's why.
I rewatched this one episode and was less impressed the second time, confirming my fears. Confirmation bias? Maybe, but I love TNG and was never going into this season to dislike it.
Dislike is too strong a word overall, discomfort may be a better word. I think I'll let this series sit awhile before coming back to it.
I saw episodes 3.1 and 3.2 on a long flight two nights ago. Good news: I’m in Hawaii after that flight. Bad news: Picard season 3 appears to be nothing beyond a shiny remix of 50+ years of Star Trek’s greatest hits. Maybe that changes deeper into the season, but seriously — haven’t they perfected birth control by the late 24th century?
I give episode 1 a three, and episode 2 a two.
Clearly, I’m no longer the target audience.
ETA: I apologize for not reading through the first 100 pages of this thread. Sorry if my observations have already come up.
Nah, plot needs prevents that.
No birth control will ever be 100% foolproof. Just call it a gut feeling.
If you insist.
Let me know if this tickles.
Oh lord no. If anything, it's less of a remix in the first half of the season.
Not in 2375 that’s for sure
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