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 Post subject: Star Trek - Picard
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I've just watched the first episode and it's the best Trek in 20 years :nod: Has it all, good plot, a good script, plenty of intrigue and of course Patrick Stewart being awesome. :thumbup:


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paynie wrote:
I've just watched the first episode and it's the best Trek in 20 years :nod: Has it all, good plot, a good script, plenty of intrigue and of course Patrick Stewart being awesome. :thumbup:



Big question is -----











7 of 9's tits and arse, are they still as good now that she is in her 50's?


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Glaston wrote:
paynie wrote:
I've just watched the first episode and it's the best Trek in 20 years :nod: Has it all, good plot, a good script, plenty of intrigue and of course Patrick Stewart being awesome. :thumbup:



Big question is -----









7 of 9's tits and arse, are they still as good now that she is in her 50's?


Dude, its the 24th century, she probably has some anti-gravity bra. :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Excellent 1st episode - very promising.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Stewart is very good but I'm not best enamoured with the action.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Stewart is very good but I'm not best enamoured with the action.


Just setting the scene, and laying out the groundwork, so far - not expecting (or hoping for) too much action - don't think Picard is quite up to that.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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ovalball wrote:
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Stewart is very good but I'm not best enamoured with the action.


Just setting the scene, and laying out the groundwork, so far - not expecting (or hoping for) too much action - don't think Picard is quite up to that.

Nah there was too much of it for my liking with your woman. Jason Bourne style martial arts isn't what I want from my Star Trek.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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unseenwork wrote:
ovalball wrote:
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Stewart is very good but I'm not best enamoured with the action.


Just setting the scene, and laying out the groundwork, so far - not expecting (or hoping for) too much action - don't think Picard is quite up to that.

Nah there was too much of it for my liking with your woman. Jason Bourne style martial arts isn't what I want from my Star Trek.


Well, she is supposed to be a synthetic.

I suggest you don't watch further installments if your ability to suspend your disbelief is so limited.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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unseenwork wrote:
ovalball wrote:
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Stewart is very good but I'm not best enamoured with the action.


Just setting the scene, and laying out the groundwork, so far - not expecting (or hoping for) too much action - don't think Picard is quite up to that.

Nah there was too much of it for my liking with your woman. Jason Bourne style martial arts isn't what I want from my Star Trek.


You missing the snail's paced punch ups and double handed fist thumps of old Trek?

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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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ovalball wrote:
unseenwork wrote:
ovalball wrote:
unseenwork wrote:
Stewart is very good but I'm not best enamoured with the action.


Just setting the scene, and laying out the groundwork, so far - not expecting (or hoping for) too much action - don't think Picard is quite up to that.

Nah there was too much of it for my liking with your woman. Jason Bourne style martial arts isn't what I want from my Star Trek.


Well, she is supposed to be a synthetic.

I suggest you don't watch further installments if your ability to suspend your disbelief is so limited.

It's not a matter of suspension of disbelief, it's just Star Trek for me isn't really a vehicle for wild action.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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I'd watch it but it's on CBS here and I'm not paying for yet another f**king streaming service.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its continuing mission: to go where no man before could be bothered to go; to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield. And while the sun and moon endure, luck’s a chance but trouble’s sure. I’d face it as a wise man would and train for ill and not for good. In balance with this life, this death.

But yeah but no but yeah: if the new series turn up on a service I already have, I'll be watching it.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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MungoMan wrote:
Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its continuing mission: to go where no man before could be bothered to go; to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield. And while the sun and moon endure, luck’s a chance but trouble’s sure. I’d face it as a wise man would and train for ill and not for good. In balance with this life, this death.

But yeah but no but yeah: if the new series turn up on a service I already have, I'll be watching it.


"No one" you despicable misogynist!!!


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Is it as woke as some people reckon it going to be?


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Is it as woke as some people reckon it going to be?


Nope.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Jeff the Bear wrote:
MungoMan wrote:
Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its continuing mission: to go where no man before could be bothered to go; to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield. And while the sun and moon endure, luck’s a chance but trouble’s sure. I’d face it as a wise man would and train for ill and not for good. In balance with this life, this death.

But yeah but no but yeah: if the new series turn up on a service I already have, I'll be watching it.


"No one" you despicable misogynist!!!

:lol: ‘where no man before could be bothered to go’ is a direct quote from one version of Nick Cave’s Do you love me.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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jamesfreeman wrote:
Is it as woke as some people reckon it going to be?


What kind of Fuckwit actually uses Woke in a sentence? :roll: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
jamesfreeman wrote:
Is it as woke as some people reckon it going to be?


What kind of Fuckwit actually uses Woke in a sentence? :roll: :lol:


:lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
jamesfreeman wrote:
Is it as woke as some people reckon it going to be?


What kind of Fuckwit actually uses Woke in a sentence? :roll: :lol:

MiB can’t appear to finish a sentence without the term over on Seneca’s right wing safe space thread.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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I see the snowflakes have turned up.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Seneca of the Night wrote:
I see the snowflakes have turned up.

Get back to your exclusion zone before we send you on a gender neutrality course.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Sefton wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
I see the snowflakes have turned up.

Get back to your exclusion zone before we send you on a gender neutrality course.


They can send me, and they do, but I recite large chunks of schopenhauer on loop in my head during the day and I'm immune to the programming. :smug: :thumbup:


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Seneca of the Night wrote:
Sefton wrote:
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I see the snowflakes have turned up.

Get back to your exclusion zone before we send you on a gender neutrality course.


They can send me, and they do, but I recite large chunks of schopenhauer on loop in my head during the day and I'm immune to the programming. :smug: :thumbup:

That must be quite the picture as they put you in a little Vivienne Westwood number to improve your empathy skills.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Sefton wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
Sefton wrote:
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I see the snowflakes have turned up.

Get back to your exclusion zone before we send you on a gender neutrality course.


They can send me, and they do, but I recite large chunks of schopenhauer on loop in my head during the day and I'm immune to the programming. :smug: :thumbup:

That must be quite the picture as they put you in a little Vivienne Westwood number to improve your empathy skills.


I am a model employee. The blue hairs have no idea. But as bronze age pervert recommends: heroes must keep their power levels hidden. We are going to turn this over. It will just take time.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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WTF is a blue hair, I can’t keep up with you reactionaries and your butchery of language.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Overall OK, not great but has potential

but...
Spoiler: show
Random guy walks up to random girl
Nice necklace.
I have a twin sister.
Oh I had a brother. Immediately spill personal turmoil indicating that he's damaged and has issues, not to mention a little creepy & weird and has zero charm.

Girl looks at guy with doe eyes. I think I love you


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Can't wait to watch the first episode :thumbup:


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Can't wait to watch the first episode :thumbup:

Unsure whether to watch it weekly or wait for it to finish and binge it in one go


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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unseenwork wrote:
ovalball wrote:
unseenwork wrote:
ovalball wrote:
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Stewart is very good but I'm not best enamoured with the action.


Just setting the scene, and laying out the groundwork, so far - not expecting (or hoping for) too much action - don't think Picard is quite up to that.

Nah there was too much of it for my liking with your woman. Jason Bourne style martial arts isn't what I want from my Star Trek.


Well, she is supposed to be a synthetic.

I suggest you don't watch further installments if your ability to suspend your disbelief is so limited.

It's not a matter of suspension of disbelief, it's just Star Trek for me isn't really a vehicle for wild action.

I don't want to see unarmed people beating up people equipped with Laser weapons.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Was that a repurposed borg cube at the end?


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Was that a repurposed borg cube at the end?


No doubt we'll find out.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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paynie wrote:
I've just watched the first episode and it's the best Trek in 20 years :nod: Has it all, good plot, a good script, plenty of intrigue and of course Patrick Stewart being awesome. :thumbup:



How can you tell if the plot is any good after that one episode?

Sleeping super assassins is a somewhat tired cliche. Especially coming out just after Treadstone on the same service.

And having a twin sister so you can kill the character and keep them in the story was weak.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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boring as fudge really, Stewart looked sickly, dialogues were cringy ..only thing good is the hot girl...adn Number1... though future episodes look good....an evil vulcan idea is not very interesting either..


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Watched it

Chick is hot.

hopefully it gets no ratings and she gets her tits out


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Dark wrote:
Watched it

Chick is hot.

hopefully it gets no ratings and she gets her tits out


she is born in 1999 :P


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comets wrote:
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Watched it

Chick is hot.

hopefully it gets no ratings and she gets her tits out


she is born in 1999 :P



No rule against 21 year olds getting their jubblies out.

I for one applaud their freedom in modern day female life

At heart I am a feminist, and support them fully


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek - Picard
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Enjoyed it much better than the first episode of Discovery.

So that's a borg cube the Romulans are in?


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lorcanoworms wrote:
I don't want to see unarmed people beating up people equipped with Laser weapons.

Disruptors


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Fecking loved it.
She looked a bit like Lal tbh.


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