Star Trek returning to small screens

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pap posted this 16 February 2018

Originally posted by BTripz

Here you @Cobham Saint

 Did an amazing job.  Reckon he's going to be a pivotal figure in where this new Trek goes.

I've said before that the show should pay no attention to the sort of wankers that obsess over cosmetic details or scream that they don't line up with canon.

Really, they're just people that are pissed off there's a new Star Trek series on and they're not writing it.   Look at this two griefhounda*

*Not for too long.

pap posted this 16 February 2018

 Sorry, I meant "look at these two griefhounds", but ended up running into Cobham Saint bug.

We're closer to fixing this dangerous anomaly of why his username never shows up as red and white.

Cobham Saint posted this 16 February 2018

Cunt @cunt face

lolz

 

lou_lol

Dubai_Phil posted this 19 February 2018

I was a week behind due to travels.

Found the finale perplexing as it had been set up to be explosive then seemed to amble along going all away mission.

So understand the disappointment BUT when the jigsaw comes together in the cave I think I'm actually happier than having booms and bangs.

Interesting Tyler going off. Maybe those TOS Klingons weren' South American after all...

The moment at the end as soon as the distress signal came in I just knew it was going to be BBC 1701 and I had avoided all spoilers.

Just never caught the captain' name ...

Going to be a very stark Canon issue with lighting & sets and costumes IF they go on board...

Loved it great TV now for S3 of The Expanse to drop!

 

BTripz posted this 19 February 2018

Originally posted by Dubai_Phil

Just never caught the captain' name ... 

Are you being facetious or serious?

If serious Burnham distinctly said Pike was the Captain...and WTF is the BBC 1701? An interstellar craft funded entirely by license fees?

pap posted this 19 February 2018 - Last edited 19 February 2018

As I understand it, the Enterprise turning up was just a chance encounter.   Didn't they drop out of warp to answer a distress call?  Pike is captain of the Enterprise, until he gets all irradiated and Davos like.  I don't think he's new captain of Discovery.

Dubai_Phil posted this 20 February 2018

Originally posted by BTripz

Originally posted by Dubai_Phil

Just never caught the captain' name ... 

Are you being facetious or serious?

If serious Burnham distinctly said Pike was the Captain...and WTF is the BBC 1701? An interstellar craft funded entirely by license fees?

 Spill choker error 😎

And yes Pap. Interesting that After Trek suggested watching The Cage. Perhaps a bit of Pike history in the Prime universe?

The spoilers were that S2 will be about Stammets coming to terms with loss and spores.

That thing that landed on Tilly. Ash becoming an extreme ex pat & wondering why

And (probably) some familiar characters and maybe the Canon gap as to why Spock never mentioned a half sister.

What they did say is that the story STARTED with the ending - Enterprise, the bridge crew coming together then they built it back from there. Said it was a tough secret to keep