Star Trek: Picard (2020– )
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Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2 

Picard and his team are pitted against the Romulans and the synthetics of Coppelius in a final confrontation.


Akiva Goldsman


Gene Roddenberry (based upon "Star Trek: The Next Generation" created by), Akiva Goldsman (created by) | 7 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Patrick Stewart ... Jean-Luc Picard
Alison Pill ... Dr. Agnes Jurati
Isa Briones ... Soji / Sutra
Evan Evagora ... Elnor
Michelle Hurd ... Raffi Musiker
Santiago Cabrera ... Cristóbal Rios
Harry Treadaway ... Narek
Jonathan Frakes ... Will Riker
Jeri Ryan ... Seven of Nine
Brent Spiner ... Data / Dr. Altan Inigo Soong
Peyton List ... Lieutenant Narissa Rizzo
Tamlyn Tomita ... Commodore Oh
Kay Bess ... La Sirena Computer (voice)
Brian DeRozan ... Romulan Officer
Matt Perfetuo ... Rune


A final confrontation on the synthetics' homeworld, Coppelius, pits Picard and his team against the Romulans, as well as the synths who seek to safeguard their existence at all costs.

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Seven of Nine and Raffi are seen playing kal-toh, a Vulcan strategy game first seen on Star Trek: Voyager (1995). See more »


If the ancient synthetic lifeforms (giant worm-things) were so advanced and destructive, why couldn't they keep the wormhole open from their end once they knew where they were needed? They went to the immense trouble of engineering eight stars into intricate orbits as a site for their call-for-help instructions and they aren't able to open their own portals? Too convenient. See more »


Elnor: Would the XBs be better off dead? Everyone hates them, they have no home. They don't belong anywhere.
Seven of Nine: Am I better off dead? I'm an XB, I have no home, I don't belong anywhere. Why don't I just put a phaser to my head and get it over with?
Elnor: Because I'd miss you.
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References Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) See more »


Blue Skies
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Isa Briones
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Perfectly uneven
27 March 2020 | by infinitezer0See all my reviews

In its best moments, the finale of Picard is a 10. At its worst, it's unbelievably bad. I believe that the second half of the season should have been expanded a few more episodes. Bad pacing contributes to the viewer having to suspend disbelief with major plot holes; it also places poor emphasis on what could have been far more emotional or believable scenes. In Picard, sometimes things just happen and we are expected to go with it when it isn't necessarily in the service of the plot. Narek, for example, is a narrative train-wreck, and many facets of the android plot either don't make sense or were robbed of emotional resonance. However, dialogue and writing in key fan-service moments make this show worth watching. When these scenes take place, it's almost as though all the problems with the show seem to go away. For season 2, if they can construct a narrative that knows its boundaries and shows focus while maintaining a more consistent level of quality, this show may yet be redeemed.

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26 March 2020 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA

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2.39 : 1
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