Star Trek: Picard Season 1 Ending: Everything you should know!
Star Trek: Picard is an American television series created by Akiva Goldsman, Michael Chabon, Kirsten Baer, and Alex Kurtzman for the streaming service CBS All Access.
It is the eighth Star Trek series and was launched in 2020 as part of Kurtzman’s expanded Star Trek Universe.
The series stars a retired Jean-Luc Picard, who is deeply affected by the death of Data in the film Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) and the destruction of the planet Romulus in the film Star Trek (2009).
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Star Trek Picard Season 1 Ending Explained: What happens with Narek?
It’s not surprising to say that Narek was one of the main characters of Star Trek: Picard Season 1. He appeared in almost every episode of the show and played an important role.
If you were to rank the most important characters of the season, he would certainly be above the top five or six guys like his nefarious sister or Commodore Oh. Heck, he was probably even more important than Rafi or Rios.
Picard was reborn in a new synthetic body – the Golem, which was an empty android body introduced in Star Trek: Picard Episode 9. Before Jean-Luc’s brain stopped working, Agnes mapped out her entire consciousness and transferred Picard’s mind to the Golem’s synthetic.
As Agnes, Sozzie, and Dr. Alton Soong explained to Picard, they redesigned how he would have aged without brain disease, and his new synthetic frame is similar to Picard’s organic 94-year-old body—which doesn’t mean super strength. Or other enhancements.
It’s a sly hoax to explain why they didn’t make Picard younger so that 79-year-old Patrick Stewart could continue to play him as age-appropriate.
Agnes buys little time by manipulating hundreds of fake ships to distract the Romulans, as Jean-Luc begs Sozzie to change his mind, even offering “my life” in return.
But just as his ship is sent adrift and turns pale… a massive fleet of Federation ships arrives, led by Acting Commander Will Riker! He informs Oh that the planet Synth is now under Starfleet protection and orders him to stand down in no uncertain terms.
However, she wants to fight, and Sooji’s transmitter summons a black hole into which creeps terrifying snake-like synthetic ships. Jean-Luc, moaning in pain, makes one final appeal to Cozy,
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Urging her to show the Romulans that he is not the Destroyer: “That’s why we are here: to save each other.” She listens… and turns off the transmitter, sending the synth ships crawling back into the hole as it disappears.
At the end of the episode, we see seven of the nine joinings the crew of La Sirena. But what about all his Borg friends on the planet below?
It’s not entirely clear, but it looks like a decent amount of time passes between Picard getting his new android body and the end of the episode. In other words, it’s not like Picard got the new Android body, disabled Data’s program,
And then rounded the crew and returned to La Sirena the same day. There is an implicit timing here, which also helps explain Sevan and Rafi’s budding romance. Presumably, everyone had time to rest a little.