Star Trek: Picard. Amazon Prime Video in the UK in early 2020. New trailer.

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PostRe: Star Trek: Picard. Amazon Prime Video in the UK in early 2020. New trailer.
by Qikz » Wed Jul 31, 2019 8:07 am

Peter Crisp wrote:I just had a scary thought.

The Borg assimilated a few starship vessels and have most of the history of earth so that must include information about how to make perfect cakes.
They don't need to defeat us by conquest just have a cube turn up near earth filled with a bunch of Borg Bakers who'll just offer to make amazing cakes all day and I can't see us lasting long before we all slip into cake induced coma's.

We'd all die happy and they can have the Earth.


I mean on earth and in space people can literally magic up whatever food they want whenever they want. You wouldn't need the borg to make the cakes.

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PostRe: Star Trek: Picard. Amazon Prime Video in the UK in early 2020. New trailer.
by Winckle » Wed Jul 31, 2019 10:05 am

Qikz wrote:
Peter Crisp wrote:I just had a scary thought.

The Borg assimilated a few starship vessels and have most of the history of earth so that must include information about how to make perfect cakes.
They don't need to defeat us by conquest just have a cube turn up near earth filled with a bunch of Borg Bakers who'll just offer to make amazing cakes all day and I can't see us lasting long before we all slip into cake induced coma's.

We'd all die happy and they can have the Earth.


I mean on earth and in space people can literally magic up whatever food they want whenever they want. You wouldn't need the borg to make the cakes.

Some things can't be replicated for story reasons, like latinum. If there is some tasty version of latinum that you could put on a cake then there's that. I mean people eat gold leaf on cakes that's tasteless just to show off how rich they are, so it's not that unrealistic to include in the story. :lol:

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PostRe: Star Trek: Picard. Amazon Prime Video in the UK in early 2020. New trailer.
by Peter Crisp » Wed Jul 31, 2019 10:13 am

Winckle wrote:
Qikz wrote:
Peter Crisp wrote:I just had a scary thought.

The Borg assimilated a few starship vessels and have most of the history of earth so that must include information about how to make perfect cakes.
They don't need to defeat us by conquest just have a cube turn up near earth filled with a bunch of Borg Bakers who'll just offer to make amazing cakes all day and I can't see us lasting long before we all slip into cake induced coma's.

We'd all die happy and they can have the Earth.


I mean on earth and in space people can literally magic up whatever food they want whenever they want. You wouldn't need the borg to make the cakes.

Some things can't be replicated for story reasons, like latinum. If there is some tasty version of latinum that you could put on a cake then there's that. I mean people eat gold leaf on cakes that's tasteless just to show off how rich they are, so it's not that unrealistic to include in the story. :lol:


People also still go to restaurants as shown by Sisko's dad being a chef so maybe The Borg cakes are just so gosh darn amazing and beyond anything a mere replicator can make that sends everyone crazy for Borg cake.

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PostRe: Star Trek: Picard. Amazon Prime Video in the UK in early 2020. New trailer.
by Somebody Else's Problem » Thu Aug 15, 2019 7:29 pm

https://trekmovie.com/2019/08/13/cbs-an ... franchise/

CBS and Viacom have announced a merger, which reunifies TV Star Trek, and Movie Star Trek. This means they no longer have to be in separate "timelines", and raises the possibility of Discovery or other upcoming Trek shows like Picard getting movies.

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PostRe: Star Trek: Picard. Amazon Prime Video in the UK in early 2020. New trailer.
by Lagamorph » Thu Aug 15, 2019 9:22 pm

Functionally they were never really separate anyway. The TNG movies were basically referencing Worf being in DS9, then you had Janeway popping up in Nemesis.

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PostRe: Star Trek: Picard. Amazon Prime Video in the UK in early 2020. New trailer.
by Somebody Else's Problem » Thu Aug 15, 2019 9:55 pm

Lagamorph wrote:Functionally they were never really separate anyway. The TNG movies were basically referencing Worf being in DS9, then you had Janeway popping up in Nemesis.


Weren't the shows and the movie right both held by the same party at that point?

EDIT: Yes, the split happened in 2005, 3 years after Nemesis. It's why we ended up with the Kelvin-verse.

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by Lagamorph » Thu Aug 15, 2019 10:46 pm

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PostRe: Star Trek: Picard. Amazon Prime Video in the UK in early 2020. New trailer.
by Winckle » Thu Aug 15, 2019 11:28 pm

He's wearing the wrong uniform for that quote.

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by Ad7 » Fri Aug 16, 2019 8:24 am

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