Discussion in 'The Film Room' started by MartyMcFly, Nov 2, 2015.
Is it possible that the red angel is someone from the Q?
"Bryce, hail these b*stards "
Pike is the ONLY good thing about this show now
Why would the Q wear spacesuits?
I wonder if Discovery is going down the time route as well? Or is it only for this season?
can we please fire one photon torpedo at another ship i'm about to go watch wrath of khan or something if this shyt keeps up
Why Talos IV is a big deal - Why Star Trek: Discovery going back to Talos IV is totally nuts and utterly classic
These big head aliens don't bring us any closer to understanding anything about the red angel
the probe from the future....my nerdy ass was doing some math to see if that 500 years in the future line fell in with any of the other series..it looks like there isn't a direct series around that time frame, just events...it's a little before the Aeon time ship from voyager though...but my memory's bad
the burnham fight with georgiou
Anyone think that the Calypso short trek episode will have something to do with this future stuff happening this season?
I'm betting Airiam is the red angel after the latest episode
I wonder if she helped lay the foundation for data?
It would make sense. the folks behind the show keep saying how the stuff from Short Trek is not siloed and is connected to the main show in some way.
First “Picard” Series Character Breakdowns?
Saturday, March 2nd 2019 11:10 am
Many details about CBS All Access’ upcoming “Star Trek” spin-off series, the one featuring the return of Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard, remain unknown.
We do know the ten-episode first season is apparently set around the year 2389, a decade after the events of “Star Trek: Nemesis” and twenty years after the end of “Star Trek: The Next Generation”.
Now some more details have emerged via That Hashtag Show which seem to confirm talk that Picard is the only character from the old series that will return for this.
The site reveals that the story is indeed set in the Prime Timeline with the destruction of Romulus two years earlier by a supernova and the subsequent collapse of the Romulan Empire weighing heavily on Picard as he had been closely involved with building a bond between Starfleet’s former enemies and the Federation.
There are also reportedly seven other key characters in the mix:
– Connie. Early 30s African-American woman. Mercenary pilot and widow with a bounty on her head.
– Lawrence. Early 30s man. A thief with a dodgy moral compass, and Picard’s pilot for a mission.
– Starton. Early 30s man. A positronic brain specialist terrified of space travel.
– Dr. Smith. Holographic crewman. Programmed to avoid becoming too self-aware.
– K’Bar. Late teenage male Romulan martial artist extremely devoted to Picard.
– Indira. Early 20s woman. Smart, agile but socially inept and immature.
– Alana. 40s-50s woman. Former intelligence officer – analytical, paranoid, substance abuser.
The site suggests the story will play up into Picard’s love of archaeology with a mission to revolve around some sort of alien artifact that’s been discovered. Production is reportedly set to begin sometime around mid-April with Hanelle Culpepper set to helm the first two episodes of the series.
Did Discovery say that the alien probe attempted SQL injections???? Seriously????
I'm not feeling Jazz Jeopardy for dinner music.
evidence points to no.
Spock mind melded with the red angel, implying a organic mind.
The probe in the vision is controlling Airiam and using her to sabotage Discovery
This season has been good. Best sci-fi show on air along with The Expanse.