“Fly Me to the Moon”
At last, the focal point of the divergence is revealed as Laris look-alike Tallinn, who may or may not be a cat, brings Jean-Luc to her apartment and reveals that she has devoted her life to protecting one of his ancestors, Renée Picard. When Jean-Luc realizes that Q is trying to talk Renée out of taking part in a pivotal spaceflight, plans are set in motion to make sure that they fly her to the moon. Meanwhile, the Borg Queen discovers the wonders of radio and pushes Jurati a step too far, while Raffi and Seven successfully bust Rios out of the ICE bus. Plus, Brent Spiner is back as the Soong family tree grows new branches.
In this episode of The Artificial Tango, hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing discuss “Fly Me to the Moon,” the fifth episode of Star Trek: Picard Season 2. We talk about what the introduction of Adam and Kore Soong means for the story, speculate on what Q is really up to, and look at the various threads of Star Trek lore which the writers are pulling on to create a unique story built of familiar elements. We also debate a plot contrivance and enjoy Agnes’s crashing of the Europa mission gala.
C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing
C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Cornelia Reutner (Associate Producer)
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