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1st Jan '16 3:01:27 PM Nyperold
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* In "The Pegasus", Picard is ordered to help an admiral salvage what later turns out to be a phased cloaking device: a device that would allow a capable ship to turn invisible and pass through solid objects. Earlier in the episode, that same admiral dismisses the tone of his earlier comments by saying the mission brought back "ghosts of the past." Now, what is it ghosts are supposed to be able to do again?
18th Dec '15 9:17:18 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''TNG'' episode "Samaritan Snare," Picard recounts to Wesley how he got into a fight with Nausicaans, only to get stabbed through the heart. He remembers looking at his wound and laughing for some reason. SFDebris theorizes that it's because when Q lets Picard relive that scenario during "Tapestry" (after making himself worse off earlier), he's laughing because he knows everything's in order once again. Even if he's going to die in the future, he's going to die as a person who actually did something with his life.
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* In the ''TNG'' episode "Samaritan Snare," Picard recounts to Wesley how he got into a fight with Nausicaans, only to get stabbed through the heart. He remembers looking at his wound and laughing for some reason. SFDebris WebSite/SFDebris theorizes that it's because when Q lets Picard relive that scenario during "Tapestry" (after making himself worse off earlier), he's laughing because he knows everything's in order once again. Even if he's going to die in the future, he's going to die as a person who actually did something with his life.
18th Dec '15 9:17:10 PM nombretomado
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* This one belongs to SFDebris. In "Hide and Q," First-Season Picard quotes ''Hamlet'' without irony about how awesome humans are. Q vanishes in a huff. The next time we see him, he introduces Picard to the Borg, and ''that'' ultimately resulted in Picard's hate-filled rant in ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact.'' Who's laughing now?
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* This one belongs to SFDebris.WebSite/SFDebris. In "Hide and Q," First-Season Picard quotes ''Hamlet'' without irony about how awesome humans are. Q vanishes in a huff. The next time we see him, he introduces Picard to the Borg, and ''that'' ultimately resulted in Picard's hate-filled rant in ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact.'' Who's laughing now?
30th Oct '15 9:28:36 AM jaquellae
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** There may be another reason: Starfleet Command expressed doubts concerning Picard and the Borg as late as the movie "First Contact". If they leave Riker as first officer, they leave an experienced officer with a proved ability to command, intimate knowledge of the Enterprise, a history of speaking up when he thinks something is wrong, and the trust of Picard. The events of "First Contact", as well as the events in "Voyager" concerning the Borg. give Starfleet Command enough confidence in Picard by "Nemesis" for them to offer Riker his own command in case anything "hinky" happens with Picard. This time, he accepts, with Troi by his side.
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** There may be another reason: Starfleet Command expressed doubts concerning Picard and the Borg as late as the movie "First Contact". If they leave Riker as first officer, they leave an experienced officer with a proved ability to command, intimate knowledge of the Enterprise, a history of speaking up when he thinks something is wrong, and the trust of Picard, just in case anything "hinky" happens with Picard. The events of "First Contact", as well as the events in "Voyager" concerning the Borg. Borg, give Starfleet Command enough confidence in Picard by "Nemesis" for them to offer Riker his own command in case anything "hinky" happens with Picard.command. This time, he accepts, with Troi by his side.
30th Oct '15 9:26:18 AM jaquellae
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** There may be another reason: Starfleet Command expressed doubts concerning Picard and the Borg as late as the movie "First Contact". If they leave Riker as first officer, they leave an experienced officer with a proved ability to command, intimate knowledge of the Enterprise, a history of speaking up when he thinks something is wrong, and the trust of Picard. The events of "First Contact", as well as the events in "Voyager" concerning the Borg. give Starfleet Command enough confidence in Picard by "Nemesis" for them to offer Riker his own command. This time, he accepts, with Troi by his side.
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** There may be another reason: Starfleet Command expressed doubts concerning Picard and the Borg as late as the movie "First Contact". If they leave Riker as first officer, they leave an experienced officer with a proved ability to command, intimate knowledge of the Enterprise, a history of speaking up when he thinks something is wrong, and the trust of Picard. The events of "First Contact", as well as the events in "Voyager" concerning the Borg. give Starfleet Command enough confidence in Picard by "Nemesis" for them to offer Riker his own command.command in case anything "hinky" happens with Picard. This time, he accepts, with Troi by his side.
30th Oct '15 9:24:32 AM jaquellae
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** There may be another reason: Starfleet Command expressed doubts concerning Picard and the Borg as late as the movie "First Contact". If they leave Riker as first officer, they leave an experienced officer with a proved ability to command, intimate knowledge of the Enterprise, a history of speaking up when he thinks something is wrong, and the trust of Picard. The events of "First Contact" as well as the events in "Voyager" concerning the Borg give Starfleet Command enough confidence in Picard by "Nemesis" for them to offer Riker his own command. This time, he accepts, with Troi by his side.
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** There may be another reason: Starfleet Command expressed doubts concerning Picard and the Borg as late as the movie "First Contact". If they leave Riker as first officer, they leave an experienced officer with a proved ability to command, intimate knowledge of the Enterprise, a history of speaking up when he thinks something is wrong, and the trust of Picard. The events of "First Contact" Contact", as well as the events in "Voyager" concerning the Borg Borg. give Starfleet Command enough confidence in Picard by "Nemesis" for them to offer Riker his own command. This time, he accepts, with Troi by his side.
30th Oct '15 9:23:21 AM jaquellae
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** There may be another reason: Starfleet Command expressed doubts concerning Picard and the Borg as late as the movie "First Contact". If they leave Riker as first officer, they leave an experienced officer with a proved ability to command, intimate knowledge of the Enterprise, a history of speaking up when he thinks something is wrong, and the trust of Picard. The events of "First Contact" as well as the events in "Voyager" concerning the Borg give Starfleet Command enough confidence in Picard by "Nemesis" for them to offer Riker his own command. This time, he accepts, with Troi by his side.
29th Sep '15 6:58:37 PM jaquellae
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** The Federation Council is the equivalent of the UN council. Each member world has it's own representative/ambassador on the council, and governs it's own internal affairs. The Federation (and it's exploration/military arm) handle external affairs. This would explain, in part, why the Cardassians, Klingons, and Romulans are comparatively stronger and more "single minded" for their size - you're dealing with single races without the layers of be oc racy the the Federation has
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** The Federation Council is the equivalent of the UN council. Each member world has it's own representative/ambassador on the council, and governs it's own internal affairs. The Federation (and it's exploration/military arm) arm, Starfleet) handle external affairs. This would explain, in part, why the Cardassians, Klingons, and Romulans are comparatively stronger and more "single minded" for their size - you're dealing with single races without the layers of be oc racy bearocracy the the Federation hashas.
29th Sep '15 5:31:07 PM jaquellae
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The Federation Council is the equivalent of the UN council. Each member world has it's own representative/ambassador on the council, and governs it's own internal affairs. The Federation (and it's exploration/military arm) handle external affairs. This would explain, in part, why the Cardassians, Klingons, and Romulans are comparatively stronger and more "single minded" for their size - you're dealing with single races without the layers of be oc racy the the Federation has
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The **The Federation Council is the equivalent of the UN council. Each member world has it's own representative/ambassador on the council, and governs it's own internal affairs. The Federation (and it's exploration/military arm) handle external affairs. This would explain, in part, why the Cardassians, Klingons, and Romulans are comparatively stronger and more "single minded" for their size - you're dealing with single races without the layers of be oc racy the the Federation has
29th Sep '15 5:00:57 PM jaquellae
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[[The Federation has the same structure as the United Nations]]
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