Completing week three of season seven’s three sons, we say hello to an old enemy and a new offspring. The Ferengi Bok is back to take revenge on Picard. Picard killed Bok’s son, now Bok will kill Picard’s son. Wait… Picard has a son? It looks like it. It is a father and son outing when we put Bloodlines in the Mission Log.
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Clever idea this one. Not the greatest S7 but certainly no Sub Rosa. Can’t believe we’re so close to sayIng Farewell to the Enterprise D crew.
The site’s on-deck list now includes “All Good Things.” Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh!
Agreed. Watchable but forgettable
Found this one pretty watchable if forgettable
To answer the not answered question, the Cardassian War ended officially with a peace treaty one year before the season 4 episode The Wounded takes place. Picard mentions it in his log at the beginning. These other treaties are just building on the first one, I guess.
The sequel that more or less nobody (except, I gather, Patrick Stewart) was asking for. Actually, I rather like this one, especially as I’m rather fond of The Battle (it was one of the first two episodes, alongside Lonely Among Us) that I ever saw of TNG, on the rental videos that were released in the UK). And if nothing else, the line about hairlines makes the whole thing worth watching.
Solid. I will hold that season 7 has more decent (if not all time greats) episodes than it is credited with. I even like the next one.
Another boring soap opera. Clearly, they are trying to let us down easy.
I guess that is a good thing.
Guys.. in the future I’d hope effective birth control for men would exist. Its not just going to be a female thing forever.
Without getting graphic, this means that Picard was not wearing any protection, (or that it failed)
You forget that Damon Bok also had to research Picard’s complete sexual history, find a lady that had gotten pregnant at about the same time, had a son with no identifiable father, was dead or could be made dead, and THEN start with the dna convrrsion. This was more Boys From Brazil than Wrath of Kahn.
it was a great bit of research and deception.
He may have gotten a copy of Picard’s personal log.
But still that is a lot of hours to go through to get to logs from 24 years ago.
‘may have gotten a copy of Picard’s personal log’… No, Miranda Vigo did. **space drumroll**
I am sure she had the full Picard experience
Did he not just Google him?