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There were some aspects that werent perfect, but overall this was a very good season. And consistently so, not someone that comes easily to most Trek.
There were some aspects that werent perfect, but overall this was a very good season. And consistently so, not something that comes easily to most Trek.
Patrick Stewart was very good, I greatly enjoyed seeing Picard again. He felt like the same person, but having grown over the years. Picard was the main character, but he wasnt the only character. The other people (mostly) felt like they were real people.
It wasnt overly action heavy, unlike every other modern Star Trek. It had compelling characters and plot to drive the story, not just big fights and the end of the universe. It felt like had a message, and felt meaningful. Something neither Disco nor JJ Trek have managed to do.
It wasnt overly action heavy, unlike every other modern Star Trek. It had compelling characters and plot to drive the story, not just big fights and the end of the universe. It felt like it had a message, and felt meaningful. Something neither Disco nor JJ Trek have managed to do.
It truly felt like Star Trek and that makes me incredibly happy. I cant wait for season 2.
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The constant long arcs does start to wear a bit thin; I look forward to the episodicness (episodicity?) of SNW. Nonetheless, I thoroughly enjoyed this season of Picard.
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LCARS, my beloved
huh, they really just jammed a Constitution-class saucer on... something
exCUSE ME, the captain doesn't get to just make Seven change her name
oh no, not more shiny black floors. starships have carpet, dammit!
was it just me or, when the ship left spacedock, was that the motif from TWOK when the Enterprise departs?
five bucks says Shaw's dead inside three episodes
of all the generic scifi cities, that has got to be one of the most
Rachel Garrett!
goodie, the world is ending again [that is sarcasm - ed.]
all in all, this was a very Wrath of Khan episode. I really enjoyed it and I am excited to see where this season goes
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i like that the name of the shuttle (the Saavik) was spray-painted on in red, just like the TOS shuttles of yore
glad to know that starfleet intelligence is just as useless ever.
now that was slick. the Shaw Maneuver?
is that a Worf i spy? ayyy! but also, worf, buddy, next time maybe give her more resources when you're trying to track down the super-dangerous secret weapon
Sneed did not have the lobes for business
now Picard seems a lot more like himself than the previous two seasons, both when he took command and was talking to Jack in the brig
hiding in a nebula now? boy, they really are hitting all the high points of the TOS movies (I'm here for it)
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aww, Seven has a model of Voyager in her quarters
i was right, shaw's out of the picture (though not dead) by the third episode
"I have made some chamomile tea" I screamed
ooh look, there's the a and b plots connecting
who wants to bet that it's lore that was taken from the daystrom institute
holy shit, the changelings are back! i did not see that coming at all
Odo is a man of great honor 😢
that was an excellent episode
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i like how the holodeck doors make the exact same sound as the Enterprise-D's
why on earth does the holodeck have a different and incompatible power source
fucking product placement for jameson, really? tng would never be so crass
those are literally the same space jellyfish from Encounter at Farpoint, right?
not much to say, but that was an excellent episode
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i always enjoy when the reuse the TOS bridge sounds
aw, how i would have loved for Brunt, F.C.A., to show up
Michelle Forbes! by coincidence, just yesterday i rewatched "Ensign Ro"
joseph sisko says, "i told you so"
RIP Ro :(
why would the intrepid uh... sink? when the nacelle was struck by the shuttle
this was a very good episode. usually i'd complain about how picard, like discovery, has the world ending literally every season, but it feels a lot more grounded this time. i think it's because there is an established adversary that's already taken seriously (unlike disco, where there's some new threat that will never be spoken of again) and we're seeing the broader scope of the crisis
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i guess the changelings have given up on the whole not hurting each other thing, eh
the genesis device: sure (even though it was destroyed)
kirk's body: uhhh, okay
oh what i would give for an hd remaster of DS9 and Voyager
DATA 🥺<br>
ooh, please more Lore. Spiner doing that grin was perfect
over/under on Troi being a changeling?
this episode did go all in on the fan service, but boy did i enjoy it
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Tuvok!! oop, or not. it was nice to see Tim Russ again, though
Brent Spiner is still very good at Lore
excellent episode, no notes
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"raktajino lattes"
"the level of sensitivity i have achieved" ok there worf
we've reached almost jj abrams levels of lens flare
SPOT ;\_;
lol the new data has a bit of an attitude, presumably picked up from lore
another very good episode. my only complaint is that i wish the writers would let us in on what jack's deal is already
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the borg thing was telegraphed very well, with jack describing the flowers connected to the same root system, and talking about "the many" and "perfection"
Shelby! the Enterprise-F looks... fine<br>
*bill adama grumbling noises* i can't believe they networked the computers, what a rookie move
is that Alice Krige? that sure sounds like her
the Enterprise-D, my beloved!! the Galaxy class looks majestic in a way that no other starfleet ship quite manages. this is pure fan service, and you bet your ass i'm enjoying it.
Picard is right, starships should have carpets. many have been saying this (it's me, i'm many (wait no, that sounds like i'm being assimilated))
I don't know how they're going to wrap up both the borg and changeling things next week without things feeling crammed in
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Anton Chekov? is that Walter Koenig?! 'do not approach earth' was very Voyage Home
god the enterprise-d is gorgeous
much as I am enjoying it, how are a handful of people operating the enterprise compared to the more than a thousand it was crewed by in next gen
Tuvok and Seven!
yeah, there indeed wasn't enough time to wrap up the changeling plot, hence deus ex machina'ing it
so they're just gonna gloss right over however many countless people were killed when spacedock was destroyed?
(i'm with jack on the nepotism)
so they're clearly gunning for a spinoff with Seven and Jack, right?
this was a very good episode and a very good finale
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This season was a fan-service filled nostalgia-fest, and I do not care. Season 3 was, without a doubt, the most like TNG-era Picard that he has felt during this show.
In a number of ways, this season was parallel to All Good Things—more generally that everyone has gone their separate ways and needs to get back together to save the world, but also little details like playing poker. I thought it worked well, and was a good send-off.
I can, and probably will, quibble about the details of the plot, and how it does or does not jive with the rest of the canon, and the further ramifications and loose ends. But at the end of the day, that's not really important. This was a story about Picard and his family, and I thought the show pulled that off about as skillfully as it could have.
I very much enjoyed this season, and largely enjoyed Picard overall. But I am ready to move on. It is time for the next generation to carry the torch—Strange New Worlds and Lower Decks are the standard-bearers of the current era of Star Trek.