Picard

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  1. Griffmeister

    Griffmeister What the hell are you staring at?
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    Anyone watched this yet? Any thoughts? Kind of starts out on a tragic note and opens up a lot of questions. Been so long that I don’t remember when I last saw Picard in relation to this time line. Maybe someone can help me out here so I can review past events.
     
  2. Oh Snape

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    Cool I'll start it soon. After I've binged The Expanse.

    Also, they better have a Shatner episode.
     
  3. ThisGuy

    ThisGuy Kin of the Cosmos
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    This was recommended by a friend after we had a "relaxing discussion" on Janeway vs Picard. I mean I liked TNG like everyone else but I feel Janeway is a starfleet captain who was consistently in a more "realistically" perilous situation.

    Anyways I'm def gunna check this out.
     
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    Never finished Voyager.

    I'm hanging onto hope they never made it home and had their mediocre asses assimilated. Into Borg toasters and roomba's and shit.
     
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  5. Crimson

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    I've heard it's terrible. Trek has been that way since 2009, sadly.

    Worst of all, it's just more identity politics and the like, rather than any genuine interest in telling a compelling story. I would never give something like that my time. Stop trying to tell me what to think and just make a story you want to tell, then I might be curious.
     

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