Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Commander Richard, Mar 15, 2023.
Odo is but a drop in the ocean now. I doubt he'd be able to persuade the rest of the link to help.
They should want to help anyway.
Like I said, the Dominion should be just as motivated to stop these renegades as anyone else. There's no reason not to.
Edit: I love how Shaw reinstated Seven by "knighting" her.
Considering that one of the next episodes is titled "Dominion", i think it's very likely that the Titan will visit the Great Link in the Gamma Quadrant.
Cried so hard.
What a great guest star.
Maybe they have their hands full fighting the changeling revolt on their end as it is. Or more likely, Odo's changelings still defer to the "No changeling has harmed another" rule and Odo doesn't want to try to forcibly change that in fear of also turning these changelings violent.
Think Jean Luc will have to do one of his speeches to convince them to help
I have a feel that no we won't.
To take just a bit of real life into the argument here, Odo's changeling faction joining the fight might just make things more confusing. It's the argument against the "good guys with guns" line in gun control debates, where people point out that once good samaritans pull out guns against the criminals with guns at a crime scene, when the police arrive they won't know who is good or bad and will just shoot down everyone with a weapon.
If Odo's changelings start a full fledged changeling civil war, Starfleet is not going to know which changeling is good and which changeling is bad and it will cause even more chaos.
Odo: What have you done? You just vaporized Karlo, who was one of our changelings!
Shaw: But he used a bucket right? Don't the bad changelings use buckets?
Odo: I was the one who started the bucket trend! Never mind, it's too late now...
1. PIC Season 3 (so far) - Everything I suspected about the quality of this season has been reinforced.
2. PIC Season 1
3. DSC Season 4
4. DSC Season 1
5. PRO Season 1
6. SNW Season 1 (probably my baseline, I love everything above this and have some issues with everything below it)
7. DSC Season 2
8. DSC Season 3 (this season had stuff I outright disagreed with and had the most wasted potential)
-- gap --
9. PIC Season 2
10-12. LD Seasons 1-3 (I don't dislike it, and it's amusing in some spots, but it wasn't enough to keep me watching)
Don't know if it's true, but i read somewhere that the original "non fleshy" changelings from DS9 would return to fight the new ones at some later point of this season...
LD is the only Trek I haven’t watched in full. I gave it up during season one. I don’t watch Trek for comedy. I like some comedy in my Trek. Not the basis for it. Maybe I’ll try again someday.
A changeling civil war? Now THAT I can get behind.
Edit: If René were still with us I wonder if he would have been up for a return as Odo...
Some parts in Season 2 and 3 of LD were actually quite serious. Especially the season finale of Season 3 for the latest example.
There are definitely some silly moments, but in 30 30 minute episodes, LDS has created some amazing characters that you really care for. It can really be a heartfelt show. Before it premiered, I never thought I’d say that about the “parody Trek” show.
Actually, as Picard isn't in his original biological body, he probably doesn't. His main connection to the Borg now is in his mind/soul (if you don't mind that as an analogy), as that is pretty much all that is left of him.
Season 2 and 3 are more serious at times.
True - until last year. Jack is -23 years old. Plenty of time to focus on Picard.
Jean-Luc's soul is in General Picard's alt Universe battle chassis.
We don't know if General Picard became Locutus, leaving a taint, although the battle chassis could have incorporated Borg tech irregardlessly.
But his experience with the Federation and people of Bajor should have a lot of them questioning why they went to war with them to such a level and seemingly has.
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