- As a child, FBI agent Martin Wells encounters volcanoes on Earth in the 20th century in the 8th Picard Series.
- In the previous series, Star Trek: Enterprise had a similar storyline.
- However, the creators of the series were unable to integrate it with Picard.
The latest series Season 2 of Star Trek: Picard is on Amazon Prime video available. Season 8 of the Season 2 series reveals two cross-references to the story of Star Trek – although one of the series was almost criminally missed by the creators of the series. You can find out all about it below.
Star Trail: Picard: The new actor has already appeared on Spaceship Voyager.
The centerpiece of the 8th Picard series is FBI agent Martin Wells, who arrests and interrogates Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and Guinan (Ito Aghayere). The FBI agent is played by veteran actor Jay Carnes, who has already appeared in the previous series.Star Trek: Starship Voyager.Was in front of the camera. Karnes appeared in Zeitschiff Relativity in the 24th season of the 5th series.
Star Trek: Picard and Missed Enterprise Connection
At the same time, the new Picard episode makes it clear that FBI agent Wells met with volcanoes on Earth in the 20th century. How can this be, some fans of Star Trek may ask themselves, as the first contact between humans and volcanoes took place only in 2063, as in the film.Star Trek: First Contact” you can see.
But the answer lies in the story of the Star Trek. In the short seriesStar Trek: CompanyCarbon Creek (Season 2, Series 2) with Scott Bacula is about three volcanoes that crashed on Earth in the 1960s.
Here the volcanic master finally decides to be saved and remains on Earth. Of course, it would have made sense for an FBI agent to meet with Mestral here, groups of volcanoes were seen in the Picard series.
Because (at least) the current season of Picard has mentioned the history of Star Trek. A caretaker or caretaker in Tallinn (Orla Brady) was revealed. They were sent to Earth by the same aliens as Gary Seven in 1968. In the Starship Enterprise series “The Planet Is Called Earth”.
So it would have been easy for an FBI agent to meet Mestral Volcano, who was probably still on Earth at the time, in the early 1970s. DevelopersThe Way of the Stars: PicardApparently, it was decided before – or in planning for the second season that the series “The Way of the Stars: Company” simply did not have as much on the list as the adventures of Kirko and Spock.
|Rate Star Trek: Picard|
|Genre||Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy|
2020 01 23
|First broadcast in Germany||
|network||CBS full access|
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