3.08 Star Trek: Picard - Surrender

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SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!

A pretty good conclusion.
I found that the Data - Lore resolution was fairly predictable. Care for your fellows is clearly adding to your programming rather than taking some power away, as Lore believed, and Data knew it. Similarly love is something that Lore was completely unable to understand, and an evolution which he could not have achieved himself. That the last element given up was Spot, I found a delight, and Data's explanation was lovely. (if you'll excuse the pun.)

The resolution of the Jack conundrum remains largely unfinished, and as this was apparently the last episode of the last Picard series, one wonders how it will be resolved. A new series Star Trek Beyond the Red Door? Will it open up a new time line?

And more to the point, will it be broadcast on a service for which I won't need to open a new subscription. I'm already denied Strange New Worlds. So I suppose they'll pile up the need for me to buy in by putting it there.
 
SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!

A pretty good conclusion.
I found that the Data - Lore resolution was fairly predictable. Care for your fellows is clearly adding to your programming rather than taking some power away, as Lore believed, and Data knew it. Similarly love is something that Lore was completely unable to understand, and an evolution which he could not have achieved himself. That the last element given up was Spot, I found a delight, and Data's explanation was lovely. (if you'll excuse the pun.)

The resolution of the Jack conundrum remains largely unfinished, and as this was apparently the last episode of the last Picard series, one wonders how it will be resolved. A new series Star Trek Beyond the Red Door? Will it open up a new time line?

And more to the point, will it be broadcast on a service for which I won't need to open a new subscription. I'm already denied Strange New Worlds. So I suppose they'll pile up the need for me to buy in by putting it there.

These shows should be on regular tv .
 
SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!

A pretty good conclusion.
I found that the Data - Lore resolution was fairly predictable. Care for your fellows is clearly adding to your programming rather than taking some power away, as Lore believed, and Data knew it. Similarly love is something that Lore was completely unable to understand, and an evolution which he could not have achieved himself. That the last element given up was Spot, I found a delight, and Data's explanation was lovely. (if you'll excuse the pun.)

The resolution of the Jack conundrum remains largely unfinished, and as this was apparently the last episode of the last Picard series, one wonders how it will be resolved. A new series Star Trek Beyond the Red Door? Will it open up a new time line?

And more to the point, will it be broadcast on a service for which I won't need to open a new subscription. I'm already denied Strange New Worlds. So I suppose they'll pile up the need for me to buy in by putting it there.
Don't despair. There are two more episodes..:giggle:
 
A nice, solid, shattering ending for Capt. Vadic.
With the TNG crew gathered around the table, it did feel like a conclusion. Deanna's warm exchange with Beverly was a great lead-in to Worf's thinking-of-you urges to send the heads of his enemies to his former shipmates over the years.
I hope the remaining two episodes are sufficient to wrap up the Changeling plot and the Jack Crusher mystery. I suspect the two are related.
 
Thank you for putting up the thread. I was going to do it, but when I got it, it was already done.

Question, why Lore feels more human than Data? Data wanted to be a human, but he could never be like the brother and then it was too late. Thing is, you cannot have one without the other. Now only the android remains ... even if he claims to be a changed man.
 
...as this was apparently the last episode of the last Picard series...
You almost had me there, but even as I write this there has already been another episode broadcast.
Not much to say other than it's great to see the team all back together
Me, also not much either. It all went as expected, except for finding out what lies behind the red door? And that this new Worf gets all the best lines!
Question, why Lore feels more human than Data?
My question would be instead, that if Picard is a positronic android that appears to all extent to be perfectly human, and that this newer/older "Data" is a more advanced/experimental Soong android containing elements of Data, Lore, B4, and also Soong himself, why does it still speak in a stilted way and feel/appear so un-human?

Anyway, I expect that next week we will discover what the ancient and dark thing/being hidding inside Jack is? How it relates to Irumodic Syndrome? And what can that have to do with spoiling the two day Star Fleet celebrations?

The final week will see them preventing the dastardly plan of the Changelings, but if they don't have Jack, and if he was vital to their plan, surely that is already prevented? :confused:

I'm also looking for an explanation of the head honcho who was controlling Vadic.
 
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