The trailer is blocked in my neck of the woods. I'm assuming Q says this? That seems right on with something he'd/they'd say. With all of the galavanting around the galaxy, Picard always finds his answers in humanity and introspection.
It's been said many times before but I think the producers of this stuff really do hate Star Trek. Only someone who hated everything about the franchise could write a line like "You're answers are not in the stars... and they never have been." (at 0.55 in the above trailer). They might as well of made the line "It's never been about exploring strange new worlds, or seeking out new life and new civilizations, about boldly going where no one has gone before... and it never has been." just to make it really clear that's what they think.
Sorry to grumble about a show which I already bailed on after the first few episodes and have zero intention of watching but this particular line irked me.
The trailer is blocked in my neck of the woods.
Good guess but no it's Guinan. I could get behind Q sneering the line e.g.:I'm assuming Q says this? That seems right on with something he'd/they'd say. With all of the galavanting around the galaxy, Picard always finds his answers in humanity and introspection.
Patrick Stewart certainly wasn't lying about Picard being a very different individual back when he announced the show. lol^ Oh, I liked both those lines! I think it's totally in-character for Picard to say that, given his passion for history outside of his Starfleet job, and the whole point of the what's-her-name character is she's a total newb to space travel (it's actually her first time off-world, which doesn't seem believable, but that's what they wrote). I found the dialogue, performances, and production values of Picard S1 to be pretty great all around; the problems lay in the haphazard plotting, weird characterization for Picard, and the completely unnecessary apocalyptic climax.