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Old 22nd February 2020, 06:15  
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Maybe I'm in the minority but I am enjoying Picard and I like the fact they are tying characters from other ST series into Picard.
I have been loving them too! Seeing other characters we know just seems to re-enforce the reality of the Star Trek universe as it is now.
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What? Nurse Chapel is played by Majel Barrett who is also the computer voice and wife of Gene? I just saw it in a Trek documentary.
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What? Nurse Chapel is played by Majel Barrett who is also the computer voice and wife of Gene? I just saw it in a Trek documentary.
LOL you just found that out? She also played M. Leigh Hudec "Number One" in the Star Trek Pilot "The Cage". Lt. M'Ress in Star Trek The Animated Sereies and Deanna Troi's mother Lwaxana Troi on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
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I am not a hardcore Trek fan. I just watch it cause they are fun. Can you tell me what episode of the original series is this from? I am watching this documentary http://amazon.com/Trek-Nation-S.../dp/B008RSAQSS and they show quick shots from episodes of the different series and I don't recognize most of them. Thank you Gemini37.

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I am not 100% sure but I think it's from "Shore Leave" from the first season.

Edit: Yep I was right.

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The women of Star Trek w/ Majel Barrett from ET in 1993

"Because the network objected to a woman second in command I was recast as Nurse Chapel leaving only Nichelle Nichols on the bridge."


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Barrett was the only performer to have had a role on six of the seven Star Trek series – usually not as a character but as the voice of the various computers used throughout those series.
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53rd Anniversary (Dec 29, 1966)



Lost Trek History: "Shore Leave"


The first broadcast of the Star Trek: The Original Series episode “Shore Leave” – considered by many fans to be one of the show's best -- occurred 52 years ago this week. With many people across the globe experiencing cold winter weather, we thought this was a good time to thaw a bit and celebrate its warmth.

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*probably should watch the episode first as spoilers are ahead.
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Just finish episode 3. It's getting better.

there is no money in the Federation and Earth in the 23rd century.

Remember Picard also said that in Star Trek First Contact.

Captain Jean-Luc Picard: The economics of the future are somewhat different. You see, money doesn't exist in the 24th century.

Lily Sloane: No money? You mean, you don't get paid?

Captain Jean-Luc Picard: The acquisition of wealth is no longer the driving force of our lives. We work to better ourselves and the rest of humanity. Actually, we're all like yourself and Dr. Cochrane.

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Someone else has noticed what you noticed; about money and Picard:

"The 24th century of Star Trek: The Next Generation was not a completely moneyless society. But as a whole, money and economic interests are far more ubiquitous in the first five episodes of Star Trek: Picard than in all seven seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation."

Star Trek: Picard Gets Star Trek's Economics Wrong


Star Trek: Picard's characters focus on money and materialism more than any other entry in the franchise, indicating a very different world.

The latest entry in the Star Trek universe, Star Trek: Picard, consistently gets the future’s economics wrong. Star Trek: Picard picks up Jean-Luc Picard’s (Patrick Stewart) story years after his resignation from Starfleet when he encounters an android, Dajh (Isa Briones), who is murdered by elite Romulan assassins. Filled with guilt over his inability to save her, Picard enlists a group of mercenaries and an old friend to investigate Dajh’s origins and the plot to have her killed.

Originally conceived in 1966 by Gene Roddenberry, Star Trek presented a hopeful, optimistic future where science and technology were key to solving humanity’s most pressing issues. Though its depiction of women – clad in 60s-style short skirts and having few positions of authority – was not up to today’s standards, Star Trek the original series was a groundbreaker, featuring the first interracial kiss on network television and confronting important societal ills like greed and racism. The series’ television follow-up, Star Trek: The Next Generation, continued that idealism throughout its seven-season run.

Of all the series, Star Trek: Picard is the furthest in the future, and yet its economics is the most regressive. Star Trek imagined a post-scarcity world, one where replicators made anything possible, but three separate characters’ decisions and motivations in Star Trek: Picard run contrary to Star Trek’s world-building and economic framework.

In Star Trek There’s No Such Thing as Scarcity

Scarcity, the economic principle that there are limited resources but unlimited needs, underpins almost all of modern economic study. Most commonly, food is an example of a scarce resource. However, in the original series of Star Trek, the crew of the Enterprise has a food synthesizer, and almost 100 years later in Star Trek: The Next Generation, this technology is upgraded to a replicator, which is capable of producing anything – from Picard’s famous “Tea, Earl Grey, hot” and its mug to a full-course meal. Running on the seemingly infinite energy supply from dilithium crystals, replicators turn energy into any kind of usable, consumable matter.

Such a technology would fundamentally change how societies function. Assuming that everyone would have access to replicators, which is a safe assumption given Roddenberry’s idealism, food shortages, economic inequality, social classes, and even the necessity of gainful employment could all be phased out, creating a post-scarcity society. After all, if anything can be created out of pure energy and if that energy is in infinite, accessible supply, who would want for any material good?

Throughout Star Trek: The Next Generation, there are oblique references to replicators’ inferiority. The food tastes duller, and Federation officers still transact purchases with a futuristic currency called latinum, which is only used to acquire luxury items. Vestiges of modern economics remain in the 24th century, but primarily, the ambition for exploration and discovery replaces money as humans’ motivation.

Raffi’s Anger at Picard Is Based on Social Class

When Picard begins to assemble his crew, he first visits Raffi (Michelle Hurd), his former first officer when Picard commanded the U.S.S. Verity and attempted to evacuate the Romulans’ endangered homeworld. In the series’ third episode, “The End Is the Beginning,” Raffi says, “I saw you sitting back in your very fine chateau – those big oak beams, heirloom furniture. I’d show you around my estate, but it’s more of a hovel, so that would just be humiliating.” Indeed, the show’s visuals support Raffi’s characterization: she appears to live in a futuristic trailer while Picard has a functioning vineyard.

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Star Trek: Picard’s Characters Act Based on Economic Interests

Talks about Rios and 7's Frenris Rangers and monetary interests.

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Latinum, and the Ferengi's craving for it, tells us that currency, and material wealth, were still a thing during Picard's life.

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