NCC-80102-A. After Riker finally accepted a promotion in Nemesis, he took command of the Luna-class USS Titan (NCC-80102), which we've seen in Lower Decks:What is the top one?
NCC are production vessels.NCC-80102-A. After Riker finally accepted a promotion in Nemesis, he took command of the Luna-class USS Titan (NCC-80102), which we've seen in Lower Decks:
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At some point between 2380 and 2401, that ship was evidently destroyed or decommissioned and the ship in the trailer is the next one to bear the name Titan.
There doesn't seem to be a ton of consistency when it comes to registry numbers for ships bearing the same name. The pre-Federation Enterprise had registry number NX-01. All of the Federation Enterprises have begun with NCC-1701, and included sequentially increasing letters with each new ship to bear the name. Voyager, likewise, has kept NCC-74656 up through J by the 32nd century. On the other hand, there have been Starfleet vessels with the name Saratoga that carried completely different registry numbers: NCC-1887, NCC-31640, and NCC-31911. And then there is the Stargazer. The Constellation-class Stargazer that Picard commanded for 22 years had registry number NCC-2893. while the new Sagan-class Stargazer, utilizing reverse-engineered Borg technology, had registry number NCC-82893 -- a new registry number with a seemingly very intentional nod to the prior Stargazer's registry number.
Does anyone else think that"the surprise" Beverly has for Picard that leaves him "thrilled and enraged" is a child she never told him about? That would make the child around 20 if she left him around the time of Nemesis. This is just speculation but it seems like where they could be going with this.
This would presuppose that
They were ever that intimate. They were close in "Attached," but there's no indication they had sex. Moreover, if she got pregnant at the point in Season 7, she should have been showing by the end of the season or Generations.
Unless I'm wrong, I also don't think there's any indication they were intimate during or between the movies. They could always retcon this kind of thing and say they had a dalliance after Nemesis ended, which is really the only way Picard not knowing works. Beverly was always on the Enterprise-D and Enterprise-E as far as we know and it would be impossible for him not to know if they're on the same ship.
I'm seriously hoping this isn't it. I'd be happier if Beverly had a new romance and she was getting married. Or found a way to make a Jack Crusher synthetic life form to live with. Or decided to go with Wesley into the Traveler realm.
Yes, but that was a potential future, not something written in stone as far as I remember. It's certainly possible, but also requires some retconning to make it fit in IMHO.Weren't Picard and Crusher married and divorced (at least in some timeline) during the finale All Good Things? That would indicate that intimacy was a possibility. I'm not saying that will be a story element, but a previously unknown, crossed timeline heir wouldn't be unheard of - (see Commander Sela)
Beverly Crusher was born in 2324, which would have made her 55 during the events of Nemesis, which is after most women have entered menopause. Troi wasn't that old when she had her second child, and we know from her mother that Betazoid women remain fertile far later in life than human do, and that is presumably also true of half-Betazoid women.Does anyone else think that"the surprise" Beverly has for Picard that leaves him "thrilled and enraged" is a child she never told him about? That would make the child around 20 if she left him around the time of Nemesis. This is just speculation but it seems like where they could be going with this.