Discussion in 'Star Trek: Prodigy' started by Commander Richard, Dec 21, 2022.
Don't be ridiculous...
I remember Matalas saying they'd canonize that part though
The producers gave an interview and said that just like we saw 3 different uniforms being used concurrently in different parts of the Federation in Berman Trek, the Dauntless uniform and the PIC flashback uniforms will be seen co-existing as we get close to 2385.
Anyone else think it would've been neat to see the modified Galaxy-class from the future part of TNG's "All Good Things...." amongst the Starfleet armada in this episode? Hey, the future combadge from "All Good Things...." is used by Starfleet in this show so in my own head-canon all Galaxy-class ships still in service in this era were refitted to look like the one we saw in the future part of "All Good Things...." even if that isn't in the actual canon lol.
Yeah multiple Sovereign Classes say NCC-1701-E on the nacelles
All the Defiants in the episode are labelled Defiant, so who knows if they actually intended it to be the actual Defiant.
Sounds like they just reused the models but didn’t bother to change the decals.
So will they time travel and prevent it all from happening or will they stick with it and move on. This might explain better Starfleet's actions with the Romulans in Picard too if they stick with it.
I hope not. I hate the reset button trope.
Once you graduate the academy you're an ensign. A cadet posted on a ship is called a midshipman. It's part of the officer training to go on a midshipman cruise. It's possible that our new friend matures as quickly as Klingons do. In which case it's not out of the question for her to have gone to the academy. Or more likely it was just a Brenari that we didn't see.
the title Supernova still alludes me. im hoping the romulan supernova is alluded to in Part 2.
It's probably referring to the massive event that happened in this episode. Or maybe next episode.
I doubt the title refers to a literal supernova, and the Romulan Supernova seems like an awfully dark subject to touch in this series.
I wouldn’t open that can of worms if I was them
Oh, we are totally gonna get a reset button. Only question is how far back they go.
I liked the episode. Pretty good setup for the finale. Nice to see the E-E and Defiant again. Even if they were all Enterprises and Defiants.
Definitely a 9 from me, possibly a 10 depending on the conclusion, which I hope won't be like Cold Front of Enterprise lore...The animation and scoring continue to be simply beautiful, and the evasive maneuver sequence nicely choreographed. All the drama interspersed with a "she loves me" faux pas was fun to watch, and they actually did get closer later during the woke messaging delivered by the Deviner's progeny. That Vindicator is quite the badass, and like any effective villain, you can understand her motives if not condone her actions. Guess Noble is gone, but his character redeemed, and insta-cremated upon expiration, which was also neat. Love this crew and the teamwork they displayed... bravo! As an aside, doesn't that Andorian second in command come across a lot like a certain Vulcan? Also, the Devur callback was nifty.
After that massacre, they probably have to pull a time travel reset. Chuckles is still in the future too, so he needs to come back. And honestly, for a Voyager sequel, what could be more true to the spirit of the original than pounding the reset button?
Of course, that also suggests that several Prodigy crew members will either cease to exist or be drastically changed if they are successful.
Yeah, it was a perfect fake-out because it was so plausible. The viewer thinks, "OK, that's half of the problem solved - they've thwarted the construct, they've saved Starfleet, and part two is going to be about resolving the Solum situation and rescuing Chakotay." NOPE! They give you just a heartbeat of hope, then snatch it away again. Loved it.
What's better than the Ent-E? 20 of them!
The episode leaked on Paramount+ in Brazil and ...
they want to destroy Protostar but that would cause an extrago in a radius of more than 80 million kilometers and that not even the murf would survive this explosion. So they find another solution
the solution found is to detonate the ship while performing the jump, this would spread the energy of the explosion throughout space and time causing minimal damage
Perhaps causing the temporal anomaly that Chuckles got sucked into...
I think not...
The aftermath of the Protostar explosion "recreated" the same anomaly that would send Chakotay to Solumn. This allowed him to find a transmission he is sending from 52 years into the future.
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