Discussion in 'Star Trek: Lower Decks' started by F. King Daniel, Jan 30, 2021.
She'd probably be dead by now. Unless they do a time travel story, or Holodeck.
Oh, and Q... again.
I'm tempted to say someone, but considering PICARD season 3 only just finished, I am hesitant to even put a spoiler tag and say it.
Nechayev meeting Captain Freeman would be something.
I wonder if they could pull of a Nechayev-Janeway encounter on the show, since that hasn’t happened before. We've already seen Nechayev meet Picard and Sisko.
Beta canon has T’Pau living as long 254 years, and present for the end of the Dominion War.
If T’Pol was held to the same standard, that would put her in the year 2342, during the Lost Era when the Ent-C is in service.
Plus, I’m sure 24th century medicine could extend her life so that she could see her 300th birthday in 2388.
And Female Q. and Amanda Rogers.
A "Tuvix" teleporter accident.
You could have just said it without alluding to them having anything to do with Picard Season 3.
Actually, the person I have in mind is only in PICARD season 3. Which is why I can't say it without it being a spoiler.
I agree, that would be interesting.
This time including Female Q, Corbin Bernsen's Q, and Amanda Rogers.
We have not seen the Federation Council often. Make an episode where they have to all agree to pass some legislation (and that Mariner is present during the debate), and all of them clash their conflicting alien habits. It would go on more or less like this:
I think Nu'daq is a Klingon who would work better in a comedy show.
The Temporal Investigations two-by-two (no hands of blue) guys, investigating Boimler's logs (totally not private, btw; it's the frickin' military) about the Chronogami. He was just telling a story, but little did he know that triggered an alert in Starfleet's SIEM software because the Chronogami is real (as real as the Temporal Investigations thinks, anyways; never can tell with time travel). That shadowy guy (Bashir's foil) also shows up (or a clone/sibling/goatee version) in the background for half-a-second too. And then T'Lynn states that the Vulcan Science Protectorate used to state that time travel is impossible, but it was actually them that first theorized (in public) the Chronogami. And then Captain Freeman learns that the Chronogami, when placed in a transporter buffer, releases a transporter clone of Scotty who was stuck in yet another accident (no ship emergency; he's old and out of touch and fat-fingered the "RELEASE FROM BUFFER?" button again but his teammate thought he had ragequit after getting stuck eating Klingon food packs again and never liked him so never went looking for him), and 3 other people also stuck in random transporter accidents within 470 light-years' distance.
And then we get hints that that Boimler gets NDA'd by the TI guys but also gets a cool t-shirt (or some other Boimler-specific swag he would appreciate) so he'll do anything to earn another one from those guys, if only he could figure out what keywords to include in his log to get their attention again.
Holodeck episode with the Enterprise cast.
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