Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by jibrilmudo, Apr 9, 2014.
Not for old people it ain't lol
internet trolls are icky.
Not sure what you're implying here. And as a certified "Old Person" I'm not in agreement with the original observation.
Crusher. Goddammit. Crusher.
No episode of TNG frustrated me more than "Attached." It was such a perfect opportunity to establish that relationship FINALLY. But they relented. It's not like they would've had to address it every episode. UGH. Come on already.
I'm implying that the quote:
is somewhat trolling.
Ahhh, OK. Again, as a certified "Old Person (70)" I didn't take offense. We don't take any videos though. Funny thing is, our adult children stick their fingers in their ears and hum really loudly if we start to even allude to such activity.
I like the Vash/Picard dynamic. I don't know if it could have been the basis of something lasting, though.
As controversial as Q-pid is, in terms of whether it's a quality episode, or not, it does bring home that fact that Vash brought out the very best in Picard. She was good for him, that's certain. But she wasn't the only one. Had Phillipa Louvois not been so sexually aggressive towards him, and been a Captain stuck in a sedentary position in a JAG office, she might've been good for Picard, as well.
They wouldn't need to remain as monks for a five year voyage. They could still have their significant other on the ship with them, live with them, etc. They just wouldn't be able to have them serve under them as a crew member on that ship. But...
All three of those were great matches for Picard. Especially the two redheads, and he had his eye on Beverly for a hell of a long time.
What's "cool" about Picard and his love interests is that Sir Patrick Stewart was the only Captain in the franchise who actually worked out. Not enough to get big and brawny, or anything like that. But he did everything he reasonably could to keep himself appearing virile to the fairer sex. So, seeing him with some of the most impressive beauties in the Galaxy was still a stretch, but not as far as it might've been. It was like a Hail Mary pass ...
Assuming you are male and not female Patrick Stewart was/is an attractive man for the ladies, most women don't have an issue with baldness and are not into 'pretty' men. He is intelligent, has a decent body, a sexy accent, he does not need to stretch or need any 'Hail Mary' pass.
Picard lived up to his reputation as a Frenchman, there's no doubt of it.
LOL A Frenchman with a Yorkshire accent
I'm sure that the French Trekkies out there appreciated the suggestion that their sexy language was completely replaced by English, can't help you -- English!!! A Yorkshire accent for La Barre ... a Cockney accent for Abbeville ... and so on.
It could be worse, they could have a Mexican playing a Sikh Indian or an English red haired man with dyed hair and a posh accent playing a Sikh lol
Both Uhuras are Kenyans with an American accent...maybe she picked it up at Starfleet go figure
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