Admiral Picard seeks help from an old friend, while old friends Worf and Riker discover another old friend with the help of a newish friend. Join your cloaked Klingon hosts as they discuss the deft application of nostalgia within the framework of an intriguing plot, exquisitely written and acted character growth moments, and all that goo shit.
Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware!
Next week: We continue our weekly coverage of the third and final season of Star Trek: Picard with our discussion of “Dominion”
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