Hide and Q


Hide and Q

Will there ever be another Q? Yes. And for at least a little while, his name is William Riker. Riker is given the powers of the Q so the Q he knows can better study humanity. Or maybe he is just doing it for fun. Everything is a game to him. This week, the game is Hide and Q.

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  • Low Mileage Pit Woofie

    I hated the show, and pretty much everything about it. That bit at the end about humanity being more complex than space and time made me retch.
    And bits where deLancie as Q said things like, “Games? Did someone say games?” made me think that he was channeling William Campbell as Trelane.

  • Mikael

    The recurring debate spawned by the scene of receiving the gifts vs the price paid feels one-sided in this ep. Ken states that both sides understand but don’t agree with the other. It feels more like Ken is willfully not understanding and just jumping to disagreeing. He’s going to the emotional aspect of the debate and not the logical. The characters in Trek are showing that the emotion of it is not enough without the logical thoughtful side of the consequences. It’s not that Georgi doesn’t want eyes or Data doesn’t want to be human – it’s as Gene said – the exploration/journey of how you get there EARNS the end result of actually getting there. Not by being pawns in a game. You can’t discount where the “gift” is coming from. Not in this ep – or in others. If you do, you are basically sacrificing free will and identity and self worth and you might as well be sheep grazing in a meadow.