Lower Decks part 3 Geekiest jokes hidden in plain sight

The first season of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” wasn’t the show’s best moment. While it effectively established a new ship, a new timeframe, and a new cast of compelling characters, scripts were frequently lacking (the hour-long 2014 documentary “‘”Chaos on the bridge“details the conflicts and constant rewrites the show endured throughout the first two seasons.) The final episode of the first season was called “The Neutral Zone” (May 16, 1988) and most notably the reintroduction of the Romans back to “Trek.” The “A” plot involves the Enterprise investigating a potential Roman threat, but much of the episode is done. represented by a “B” plot, in which a late-20th-century trio are found in a floating and unfrozen space.

Three non-freezing modern-day people are included – and this has creator Gene Roddenberry’s fingerprints all over it – primarily to be preached. Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) is allowed to explain to them (and to the audience by extension) that humanity has become enlightened over the past four centuries, and that wealth is no longer a driving factor in his life. us anymore. All ancient diseases have been eliminated (indeed, the three modern humans mentioned have frozen themselves to awakening at a time when their slow-moving illnesses can be cured), and great, we’re much better on “Star Trek” than you were in 1988.

The three characters are Claire Raymond (Gracie Harrison), Ralph Offenhouse (Peter Mark Richmond), and LQ “Sonny” Clemonds (Leon Rippy), a once avid country singer.

Of the three, Clemonds adapted to life in the 24th century the best. Once he learned that he could synthesize martinis in thin air and copy guitars, he was pretty good.

https://www.slashfilm.com/972369/one-of-star-trek-lower-decks-season-3s-geekiest-jokes-hides-in-plain-sight/ Lower Decks part 3 Geekiest jokes hidden in plain sight

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