Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Tuskin38, Sep 28, 2019.
Bashir is probably one of the best Trek characters, next to Pike. I'd enjoy seeing him back.
So many DS9 characters that need follow ups. Except Sisko. Any follow up on his character honestly would seem hollow IMO.
Picard meets Bashir and mistakes him for his dad.
Dr. Pulaski. Diana Muldaur recently did a TV movie again after almost 30 years of not acting. She looks better now than she did on the 2012 blu ray interview as well.
I so agree. Pulaski deserves a decent send-off, too. That whole “Pulaski just vanished and no one said a word as to why“ thing TNG did never sat right with me. Not nice.
What if the new EMH is modelled on Pulaski?
(runs and hides)
Oh wow! I didn't know that! She was interviewed for Gates McFadden's Trek docuseries "The Center Seat" and I thought she looked rather frail. But honestly, I would love Pulaski to make an appearance but I'm still doubtful given Muldaur didn't enjoy her time on TNG and apparently there was tension between her and members of the cast (mostly Patrick Stewart).
I'm looking forward more to the next show after Picard's final season set in the same era.
Same. I'm sure the TNG crew will get (another) nice send off, but I'm more interested in Seven, Raffi, Elnor and Queen Agnes getting their own adventures.
I was looking forward to that too, before they effectively killed off half of the new characters - and killed my interest with them.
You know, it's 26 years since Sisko disappeared. That's enough time to finally introduce
his child that Kasidy was pregnant with before he vanished.
Or they can be cowards and introduce a new Dax.
That’s actually an interesting idea. I’d be cool with that. But…
…maybe not make the kiddo a Starfleet officer.
Why is everyone spoiler tagging the Sisko talk? Has some news been announced or leaked regarding the character recently?
Honestly I was just following @Elias Vaughn . I wondered the same thing but just went with it.
Is there a reason to think Ezri isn't still alive?
Nah. I wanted the dramatic reveal.
No but the show isn't shying from killing characters off so I wouldn't say it's conclusive that she hasn't died.
Sorry wrong forum. It was another map I thought I was posting in Strange new world forum .
It was not a spoiler but edited it out anyway and will repost it in SNW.
They'll probably put the symbiote in a synth. I mean, after all, they can do mind-melds just by being 'big Vulcan fans' and studying the technique in books. That's how super-powers work, isn't it? Synthia-Dax they'll call her.
Now can I whisper stuff about Sisko in spoiler tags, or am I not one of the cool kids? LOL
The problem with Sisko's kid NOT being in Starfleet is that we already got one of those los... err... 'free spirits'. It might work better if the new son/daughter is a hard-nosed douche who sticks to regulations by the book that no-one can stand, because he is trying to live up to his father's fame as the 'Emissary' (something no-one could possibly live up to, which is probably giving that poor bastitch some major issues). And of course, he gets a redemption arc thing where he finally comes to terms with it all and becomes a little more likable.
I think the fat guy from the bus has earned a spot on the crew- he has been abused by Starfleet personal long-enough! Come on - how funny would an end-credits scene been where they open up a door and he's sitting there in the ready room/whatever, and says, "I'm just as confused as you are". One last joke by Q.
Oh, and we should get a cameo by Harry Kim, just so we can see he is still an Ensign. LMAO
Robert Meyer Burnett, who has despised this show (to put it mildly), has read all of the season three scripts and says it will be the best season of Star Trek television in decades. He compared the season to Top Gun Maverick.
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