"Star Trek: Picard" rises from the garbage heap to become one of streaming's top shows
Always a David Zorn fan here, so automatically interested. Q is a great character as well. TNG amd DS9 were my faves.
Poor doggie, pet illnesses are always awful.
I have watched all Star Trek series and movies. Not a Trekkie, never attended a Trek convention, no Star Fleet uniforms, no pointy ears. Picard season one was boring. Season two was good, in my opinion. Season three is very good.
Paramount Plus has two other Trek series. The first season of Discovery was good, the following seasons could be titled Star Trek: Woke and are not worth watching.
I really enjoyed the first season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. I am looking forward to season two this June.
As I stated earlier this is just my opinion.
I've been a fan of (most) all things ST since TOS in the 60's. I have to agree the third season, so far, has been by far the best; every show has been great. Lots of anticipation fir the finale this week!
One of the great things about the last few years is the availability of really old music cleaned up and released on cd. A month ago I bought a 4 cd set of Louis Armstrong hot fives and sevens. The music is from the 1920s and sounds great. Within the last year I've bought quite a bit of 1930s music. Blind Blake, Lee Wiley, Mildred Bailey, Billie Holliday, Lester Young and Teddy Wilson to name a few .I'm awaiting an album by James Scott Skinner. I don't know how old it is but he died in 1927 and started recording in 1907 on wax cylinders. Although I like some current music most of it has become a prisoner of technology like Autotune. Ed Sheeran who I thought had promise now sounds like a singing computer. Country Music which I used to love (my band once opened for Merle Haggard) all sounds the same.I think that like you, I love going through stacks of albums and "discovering" something great and unique. Happy hunting.
Is Cyborg a pronoun? Lol..