Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Tuskin38, Sep 28, 2019.
It's called retcon
That's what I meant.
Anyone know what the titles are for the final three episodes? Thanks in advance.
From memory, might be wrong:
Surrender, Must come to an end, The last generation
3x8: Jack Crusher, Pah-wraith
3x9: Neelix's Gamble
3x10: The Cerritos to the Rescue
The site I'm looking at has 3x8 as Surrender but nothing for the other episodes.
I will say that, even though I am very much enjoying this season of Picard, I miss there being a variety of tone shifts in a season of Star Trek. With only 10 episodes and a single story arc, there isn't any room for light-hearted diversion or side story. On DSC last season, we did at least get the side story with Tilly and those cadets to provide some respite from the grim nature of the season arc. That's kind of the thing with this season of Picard as well is that it has to remain grim due to the tight episode allotment and even tight time frame in-universe as well. SNW has accomplished this, as well as LD, although the latter series by its nature remains light-hearted.
Most of the episodes have had lighter moments - often centering around Worf and Riker. Their absence was noted in episode 7!
They have been mentiond:
I think that title you have for episode 9 is just the title of a track from the soundtrack. Though it would have made an good episode title too.
"The Last Generation" is very appropriate if 25th Century Trek ends here.
I like it.
^^ Omg, I'm pretty sure one of the Tweeters there went viral last year for posting about serving a pie to guests that their cat had earlier stepped on
Apparently Ep 8 is very good
Has it been explained why Worf doesn't contact Martok (literally a member of his House) or Rom (ok they were barely acquaintances on DS9 but any help now is better than no help), 2 heads of state (or maybe former heads of state at this point but presumably still powerful political figures) to help with the changeling infiltration crisis or at least a request for asylum for the Titan?
Yeah unfortunately the budget for S3 is pretty slim.
They've got some real opportunity in this but Paramount has the purse strings pretty tight which is frustrating because some of the actors aren't getting any younger.
I'm dissapointed that the budget is so small. I fear that the Starfleet Academy show will get a big budget and might squeeze out any sort of Post Picard season 3 with Shaw and Seven and the titan crew.
Their money could have gone further in Canada or Georgia but Patrick Stewart wanted to film in LA
Hmmm, that does cause some concern indeed! I would imagine that staggering production on the live action shows helps with the annual budgets they have to maintain, so if SNW season 3 wraps up its shooting later this year, the new SA season 1 shoots next year, then we could hope a potential "Legacy" show might shoot in late 2024/early 2025?
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