"Et in Arcadia Ego" Part 2 Review.
All good storylines must come to an end. "Star Trek: Picard" ends its first season with a variety of characters coming together (or meeting their end...). Is the end fulfilling? Does it tease elements for the second season? What would we say the overall theme of the series has been? The trio figures out what it all means.
What was your favorite part of "Picard" season one?
"Et in Arcadia Ego" Part 1 Review.
The end has arrived for the first season of "Star Trek: Picard." Jean-Luc and his crew, both new and old, face the grand drama of the Zhat Vash fleet on its way, the "synths" home planet, and what more is to be revealed. As the final pieces fall into place, the trio look at the journey of eight episodes to get here, what the pay-offs have been, how the plot has complicated, and what will come in the final episode.
"Broken Pieces" Review
You want answers? You want the truth? You can't handle the truth ... about the synth's attack on Mars and what motivates the Zhat Vash. "Star Trek: Picard" sets up its final journey of the first season with characters setting a final course for what's to be a memorable season finale (with two episodes to go).
What questions do you still have remaining for this season?
The trio gather around the ready room table, er, dining room table for some pizza, Data memories, and the joy of visiting the Troi-Riker’s in the latest episode of “Star Trek: Picard.” We jump along three storylines but ultimately find ourselves home with Will, Deanna, and Kestra, as Picard and Soji take a moment to refocus their paths. What was your favorite moment?
"The Impossible Box" Review
It's all starting to come together for season one of "Star Trek: Picard" ... we think? Jean-Luc and the La Sirena crew arrive at the Borg cube, ending the search for Soji. But can Hugh lead Picard and the synthetic to safety? And what about the Romulan plot - the ploy to find the origins of the Maddox synths? There are a lot of emotional beats in this story - what's your favorite part?