Patrick Stewart is “de-aged” for the flashback scenes set in 2385 at Starfleet Headquarters in “The End is the Beginning”
(And a reminder how far this technology has come… a de-aged Stewart in 2006s X-Men 3: )
Imagine data running out of storage and before he can download and analyze the schematics of the enemy ship picard has to help him decide whether he should delete 37 cat food recipes or a klingon yodeling program
I was just thinking about: Julian Bashir, forced to hide and be ashamed of his extra ordinary abilities.
And then I was thinking about how it makes so much sense that he idolizes Data – Data that is open about his extra ordinary abilities and capabilities, yet is still accepted, respected and loved.
Star Trek The Next Generation season 7 episode 25 – All Good Things…
A close-up look at the back of Picard`s communicator, showing his name and Starfleet service number.
humans really fuckin love squares huh
Rubix cubes are the single most top selling toys of all time.
Maybe not *all* squares/cubes…
The Synth F8 from episode 2 of “Picard” was played by Alex Diehl, who in 2016 was Data for MAC cosmetics demonstration at the 50th anniversary Star Trek convention in Las Vegas.