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Star Trek: Picard - Third time's the charm!


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i'd rather have a 3 hour Neelix movie than having to suffer seeing that fucking face of Agness for one more frame. this can fuck off. I'd managed to supress her ever being in this until i watched that.

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Brilliant, I'm now just trying to imagine what a 3 hour Neelix movie would even be :lol:

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He gets bored of being a diplomat and they try and dredge up some of the survival/ outdoorsman nonsense that they tried occasionally and he does an Indy style adventure across the delta quadrant for some ingredients. For a cure for the phage which has afflicted talaxia. And Morn is his comedy sidekick for extra member berries.

But wait, the Kazon are also looking for it! Because reasons. Maybe section 31. But he saves the day by everyone inexplicably loving that idiotic foot shuffling that's apparently a dance. 

 

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Cooking with Neelix. mad cap adventures in the galley with Neelix furiously cooking some random meal he's made up in desperation to feel useful. Things take a turn for the worse after coming across some rainbow coloured berries while on shore leave that turn the bones of the crew into crystaline statues. Can Neelix navigate around the ship without knocking into a crew member like a clumsy oaf and save the day? Find out Jan 16th 2022 direct to VHS

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  • 2 months later...
On 03/09/2021 at 11:09, BossSaru said:

Are the Borg still scary? They stopped being a threat way back in Voyager and are now seem about as dangerous to the Federation as the pakleds.

They were never scary because they had that stupid rule about not attacking unless they sensed a threat. And sometimes their bar for that was pretty high, like "hmm, some humans, the only species we've ever encountered that make a half decent job of resisting us, have teleported onto our cube. And they're planting bombs in our warp core room. Oh well, never mind."

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8 hours ago, Anne Summers said:

They were never scary because they had that stupid rule about not attacking unless they sensed a threat. And sometimes their bar for that was pretty high, like "hmm, some humans, the only species we've ever encountered that make a half decent job of resisting us, have teleported onto our cube. And they're planting bombs in our warp core room. Oh well, never mind."


I actually thought of this more as “you hold no interest to me, nothing you can do could be threatening, I don’t need to assimilate you because you are inferior” arrogance. You’re right it was mostly just a plot device and I was young and naive (now just naive), but the drama where they suddenly realised they’d been outsmarted was decent.  

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It also makes them scary and more alien that they're clearly drones acting as a larger whole. It's not that they're ignoring them, they don't even register. Just like a virus entering your body, eventually it'll be attacked only once it starts getting your body's attention. 

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Just now, revlob said:

In a show that features time travel, there's so much wrong with the sentence "We have three days, before the future is changed irrevocably."

I'm sure there will be some explanation where their method of time travel is a one shot deal. Everyone will have conveniently forgotten about slingshotting round the sun because Spock told Starfleet never to tell anyone.

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