Mr. Plinkett’s review of Star Trek Picard is here! And it’s way too long! But who cares? What else are you going to do during an endless pandemic? Also, how many nails can they finally put into the Star Trek coffin!? Well, Star Trek Picard is another one!
While I’m not much of a Star Trek fan I do have some nostalgic fondness for the original show and its cinematic spin-offs, with later iterations of the franchise holding decreasing levels of interest for me after Star Trek: The Next Generation and the early seasons of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The most recent examples of the series, Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Picard, have left me cold and judging by the reaction of audiences and critics alike I’m not the only one. Thankfully Red Letter Media’s stalwart cultural commentator Mr Plinkett is on hand to explain why in Mr. Plinkett’s Star Trek Picard review.
Let’s wade through this jacuzzi filled with diarrhea.
“It’s very easy to trick stupid, emotional people, but it’s hard to please a truly intelligent audience.” Mr. Plinkett