Star Trek: Picard (aka ST:P)

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Sat Feb 20, 2021 9:30 pm
I can dig it, plus I'm looking forward to the Pike series Strange New Worlds. I've never cared for Rebecca Romjin, but she pulled of Number One really well on Discovery.
I'm eager to see this, too :yes:
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Does he have a reboot planned? :lol:
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Maybe I'll play a different character. :unsure:
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I'll be almost 92. :oldman:
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Youngster. I'll be over the century mark. :lol:

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Check-In Thread: #49393: Our Cyber implants aren't working
"Hey! Did you guys hear about that faster than light ship up in Montana? They're saying aliens followed it back!"
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"And the aliens were greeted by Stretch Cunningham." :wtf:
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You can have my Oxford comma when you pry it from my cold, dead, and lifeless hands.
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^ I'm looking forward to this! How do they explain Q's aging?
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This has me really psyched.
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^ I'm looking forward to this! How do they explain Q's aging?
Most likely Q will say something like he's appearing as an old man because he wants to remain Picard's peer-- basically mocking him the same way that he did by wearing the uniform.
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^^ That makes sense. Do they ever explain Data's aging?
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^^ That makes sense. Do they ever explain Data's aging?
You'll have to watch the series to find out :D
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On TNG, they contradicted themselves a couple of times. In one later episode, they mentioned Data "aging in appearance" like his mother. But then in the series finale, he was unchanged decades in the future, except for the affectation of a white stripe in his hair. In Picard, they did their best to de-age him with special effects.

But I think Data is done. I think Spiner will just be playing Soong from here on out.
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