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Following an attack by unknown forces in her apartment, that results in the death of her boyfriend, Dahj seeks out retired Admiral Jean-Luc Picard to help her uncover her true identity…
The Trekzone Review
Well, here we go… another new Star Trek adventure to sink our teeth into and boy oh boy isn’t this exciting. For the first time in 17 years we’re moving forward in the timeline and truly exploring the future of our beloved franchise.
All the talk of “it’s going to be more Disco crap” and “it’s going to be too political” over the last few months as more and more press events are held promoting the premiere boils down to nothing as people can finally make up their own minds based on what they see. And you know the thing I haven’t seen so far – although I’m sure it’s to come – all those naysayers continuing to complain.
Jean-Luc is older now, he’s waiting to die until a mysterious women arrives on his vineyard and takes him on a wild adventure at the Starfleet Archives. Now he can smell a quest on the horizon and is going to do whatever he can to find out who she is, where Bruce Maddox is and just what of Data has survived.
Having watched the first three episodes as part of invited press, I’m more fascinated by the three cast members chosen to do the rounds given just how little and nonexistent two of them are in the beginning. Was that fan service or good strategy? Time will tell I guess.
We see a few places for the first time in this episode, the Daystrom Institute, Greater Boston, civilian life and Starfleet Archives. Nothing’s been changed for changes sake, nothing is been overwritten by being here – we are far into the future from where we last were with Nemesis, so here’s to going boldly on this new adventure!
Cast and Crew
Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard
Alison Pill as Agnes Jurati
Isa Briones as Dahj Asha
Harry Treadaway as Narek
Brent Spiner as Data
Hanelle M. Culpepper