Spoilers Star Trek: Picard General Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Tuskin38, Sep 28, 2019.

  1. Danja

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    Jeri goes back and forth between human Annika and Seven the Machine.

    The Voyager monotone comes out when she's angry or frustrated (you can hear it when she's yelling at Picard at the end of "Stargazer").


    Jeri can act (there is a reason the woman is on Picard).

    She's one HELL of an actor.
     
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  2. Timofnine

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    Her speech was not monotone or robotic, it was a part of her character and relayed her basic emotions in an effective and simple way without being a ‘child like’ voice. This voice is also unintentionally authoritative due to its bluntness, so Seven should use this tone when acting in an official capacity, such as commanding a starship. She can speak to her friends in ‘Annika voice’ when talking a less formal tone. But wouldn’t Annika voice actually be her voice as a child *before* she was assimilated?

    Which voice do you think that Seven was speaking with when she was president of the Confederation @Danja ?
     
  3. Danja

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    I think she was trying to get her bearings. She was going along until she was able to find Rios and the rest of the crew and get out.

    I liked how she ordered out for coffee (it seems she picked it up from Janeway :D ).

    It was definitely monotone.

    I don't think even SHE knows who Annika is (she admits to being Seven a lot longer than being Annika).
     
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  4. Timofnine

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    I meant the parallel universe Annika’s voice, not Seven’s. President Hansen would not have had Seven’s voice as she was never assimilated. Would this have been Annika Hansen‘s true voice? :shrug:
     
  5. Danja

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    I don't know. I can't say.
     
  6. Timofnine

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    It’s a scary thought, isn’t it. :(
     
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    Eva Peron.
     
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  8. Timofnine

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    I love Madonna. She does Ashtanga too. :)
     
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    Don't cry for me, Kathryn Janeway. The truth is I never liked you.
     
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  11. Tuskin38

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    A two hour Ready Room special.
     
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  14. Tuskin38

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    Other shows/books/comics can tackle it.
     
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  15. Lord Garth

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    @Timofnine it's been more than 20 years. First Contact came out in 1996, Picard Season 3 is coming out in 2023. That's closer to 30 years. FC takes place in 2373 and PIC Season 3 takes place in 2402 (?), that's also almost 30 years in-universe.

    The Enterprise-E is old. Time flies. Given how long every other Enterprise lasted, I'm not going to say the E was around for a short time.

    NX-01 --> 10 years
    NCC-1701 (Pre-Refit) --> 25 years
    NCC-1701 (Post-Refit) --> 13 years (I'm treating it as if it was effectively like a new ship)
    NCC-1701-A --> 7 years
    NCC-1701-B --> Unknown (commonly thought to be 30 or 40 years)
    NCC-1701-C --> Unknown (commonly thought to be less than 10 years)
    NCC-1701-D --> 8 years

    20 years or even 30 isn't "short" for an Enterprise. Plus the more time passes, the less I like the E. So I welcome the F. Something about the E lasting so much longer than the D feels wrong, especially since it's the D we associate with TNG, not the E.

    And look at how much the Enterprise-E got beat up in the TNG Movies. It doesn't surprise me in the slightest that it wouldn't still be around by the time of Picard.
     
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  16. cal888

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    New spoilers from the anti-NuTrek yet pro-Picard season 3 section of YouTube, especially for S3E01. It looks like a lot of the trailers reflect events early in the season.

    • S3E01 opens with the attack on Crusher's ship, we see the guy she's working with (maybe he's one of the new opening credits regulars...)
    • Laris appears for about 5 minutes at Château Picard and then is gone for the rest of the season
    • Picard hears Crusher's message from the TNG era combadge
    • Picard meets with Riker at the bar from the trailer... they need a ship to travel to Crusher's coordinates
    • It's Frontier Day, the 250th anniversary of... something (NX-01 launch? otherwise Earth Starfleet would be too late and Federation about a decade too early)... many ships in Sector 001 for the celebration
    • Riker can use the excuse of an inspection tour to visit the Titan-A and divert the ship to Crusher's position
    • Seven is the first officer, the (12 Monkeys) Captain hates Picard and Riker because they're dangerous and don't go by the book
    • Worf beheads someone in his introductory scene -- the pacifism is aspirational
    • There are small ties to seasons 1 & 2... the android Picard part isn't retconned, but the season can easily be seen without 1 & 2 and has ties to events all throughout Berman era Trek
    • Major difference in the tone vs seasons 1 & 2... Picard sounds much more like Picard and not Patrick Stewart
    • There's an offhand reference to something from the Shatner / Reeves-Stevens The Return novel
    • The main credits are at the end of each episode and are full of spoilers for subsequent episodes

    Well I haven't been this excited for any live action Star Trek since 2005, so hopefully some renewed optimism for the anti-NuTrek people that are willing to give Picard another chance.

    In other news, the Popcast guys have also seen Picard season 3 and are posting weekly recap videos covering Terry Matalas's new Tweets
     
  17. Lord Garth

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    This really is like the TOS Movies. Note that's a compliment coming from me.

    Fits two scenes from TSFS: Kirk meeting with Marrow, and McCoy meeting with that sketchy alien.

    TWOK right there. "Jim, what about the rest of the inspection?" "Later."

    Asshole Captain who's the outsider. One of the key staples of a TOS Movie.

    On the other hand...
    :barf::barf::barf:

    The only good novel from the Shatnerverse was The Ashes of Eden. Forget about the rest.
     
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    So much this. The Return was a muddled mess and the later novels just get worse.
     
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  19. Timofnine

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    So this must mean that the V’Ger will indeed be the origin of the Borg, or William Shatner returns for a cameo. One or the other. I loved that book.:shrug:

    Meanwhile…
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  20. Campe

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    Massive grains of salt. HOW did they see season three, particularly when the last episodes are in post production? Man, why do these types of people claim they’ve seen something when it’s really not likely they have?

    Oh right. Clicks.