Warning: Spoilers previously for “Star Trek: Picard” season 2, episode 5
While Paramount is pouring millions into “Star Trek,” it looks like “Halo” is the latest movie when the new sci-fi show breaks the news of the streaming stream. this week at Paramount Plus. And while the final episodes of “Picard” are some of the best “Star Trek” we’ve seen since the first season of “Discovery” in September 2017, there are early signs that Season 2 of the tours will begin go to Jean-Luc. e pahee. But more on that later.
The sequel to “Star Trek: The Voyage Home” was limited to just one episode and we moved on to that, with episode 5, called “Fly Me To The Moon.” That said, there are a lot of interesting development stages to continue and we’ll pick up more or less soon from last week’s weekend with Picard (Patrick Stewart) to talk to.
Laris Tallinn (Orla Brady). He decided he was a kind of “Supervisor,” like the head of a man named Gary Seven featured in an episode of “The Original Series” called “Assignment: Earth” (S02, E26), which is actually where to try to jump-start a spinning series.
According to Memory Alpha, Gary Seven (played by Robert Lansing) is a human being whose ancestors were stolen from Earth around 4000BC and taken to another Earth. A Class 1 “Supervisor” was sent to Earth in 1968 to find out why his officers were missing along with Agent 201 and Agent 347. When he found out they had died in a car accident, he thought in their work. Using other technology, he continued their mission to ensure that humans did not destroy themselves with nuclear weapons.
There was simple signs this connection is coming and in case you forgot those things, don’t forget us how “Discovery” was recorded in “The Original Series” after Season 3 two -part “Terra Firma” with the Guardian of Forever. And while there is nothing wrong with this, it is better to see these newly developed throws, than to ignore the brief instructions used when new ideas are seen in the earth. We may learn more about the background of
Laris Tallinn later, but given the rapid popularity of visitors to the show so far, it’s a no -brainer. And we’ll go over that, a little later.
We see a young girl like Q (John de Lancie) who watched her lunch break last week who is in some sort of cockpit cockpit simulator and doesn’t do very well with orbital debris training. evasion run. A piece of the French flag can be seen in her hand in front of her head and shoulders bearing her name, Renée Picard (played by Penelope Mitchell).
Picard gives a helpful quote, “The European Mission is a pioneering pilot in my history,” so you’d think he’d remember that Picard was on top. In “Star Trek: Generations,” he told Deanna Troi, “From a young age, I can remember being told about the family line. Picard fought in Trafalgar. Picard won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.The Picards who established the first Martian colonies… “Confirming the importance of the family through history, but he will remember this. (Then, however, no come to him as a “visitor living in Los Angeles in the 21st century” or Guinan.)
He is thought to be on board for Expedition Europe, Europe’s first interplanetary voyage to the Jovian moon. We’ve seen big billboards advertising – for some reason – this missionary when Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) and Raffi Musiker (Michelle Hurd) are in trouble in downtown Los Angeles.
All that is known about Renée is that she “saw a microorganism on Io that she believed was an idea and persuaded the missionary to take her back to Earth.” Because of all the nonsense that has been going on for a long time, whether Guinan knows Picard or not, it is better to think critically, as the writers do not know. .
After the initial credits, we head back to the fallen Mermaid and the Borg Queen (Annie Wersching) is on a clever mischief. He called the nearby telephone towers, called the local constabulary and announced, “There are voices coming from Picard’s vineyard!” This had the desired result and a poor police officer from small La Barre came to visit. Raffi and Seven now rescue Cristóbal Rios (Santiago Cabrera). Therefore you know, phew.
Just watching some videos of a medical meeting with young Renée
Laris Tallinn complied with the arrest, so they could see Q, who had gone full of Freud, who was secretly trying to talk the young astronaut away from going on a mission, revealing to a new level of performance from Picard’s omnipotent enemy. . In the past, Q has been content to focus on the various consequences of his experiments throughout history, but this is a strong objection. Then we get the most exciting part of this event, Soong (Brent Spiner) and Soji character cameo.
This is a new incarnation of Dr. Soong, bookending his appearance in the first season of “Picard” as the oldest Soong we know, in the 24th century and now, the 21st century marks the first. And because that’s the way this show will feature many of the much -loved cast of “The Next Generation,” he thinks it’s worth it. The problem, as we have said, is that so far, the search for new ones has been much faster.
And it’s a shame, because, as we can see, Q versus Dr. Soong – with two others, heavy weight Regularly trained actors play the roles – arguably the biggest contestant in “Star Trek” since… since Captain Kirk took on Trelane in “The Original Series” episode “The Squire of Gothos “(S01, E18). Who knows, he might come next week.
This episode is not directed by Lea Thompson – although she is short -lived as a board member who will finish Dr. Soong’s license for violating the Shenzhen Convention and running genetic tests on soldiers with a privatized military organization, Spearhead Operations. The piece is again in the hands of Jonathan Frakes and evidence of it will be available after the event.
Soong is struggling to find a cure for his daughter Soji Kore (Isa Briones) and Q reveals himself in the way of a cryptic business card, there is a number above that you can use. real phone to hear a recorded message from the malicious. He gives Soong a test example, working, for a short time. But now that her nails are fine and Q is really into the dodgy doctor so she will really do something to swear by the eternal truth.
However, at La Sirena, the poor policeman was not seen when he saw Dr. Jurati (Alison Pill) is fast asleep on the sofa, or the smell of the fire they had lit before. He was drawn to the voice of the Borg Queen which resembles the voice of a troublemaker. Jurati got up, grabbed the old shotgun and went back into the ship that had fallen to see what was happening. He saw the Queen holding the policeman and handed him two barrels. Agnes went.
Soon, everyone on the ship reunited and Jurati explained what was going on. The tour group plans to take the time to visit a beautiful gala where young Renée will be attending. This new stage has a different “Stardust City Rag” vibe from last season with something like “Mission: Impossible,” although the music also helps set the tone in a Frakes performance piece. . Jurati cleverly allowed himself to be arrested by the security guards so he was locked up in the security guard room, where through the power of flashback, we know how to get to Borg Queen may have two assimilation tubules in her neck before she “dies” from it. his four rifles.
Choose closing loans at an interesting event that is more attractive to look at. Anxiety is where it comes from. There is no doubt that Guinan will not be used and we hope that next week’s story will not be the only way to introduce more cameo films for the duration of the same event. The Brent Spiner versus John de Lancie match up is only halfway through the season and it’s great to have another grandparent of the famous father of eugenics on “Star Trek.”
Number: 7½ / 10
The first five episodes of “Star Trek: Picard” are available to watch on Paramount Plus and the first season of “Strange New Worlds” starts on May 5. There is season 4 of “Star Trek: Discovery” to watch this time at Paramount + in the US and CTV Sci-Fi or Crave TV in Canada. Countries outside of North America can watch Pluto TV Sci-Fi on the stream.
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