Synopsis: Q comes back to taunt Picard, as does his ex.
Memory Alpha Summary: Picard of Thieves? Steal from the Ferengi, give to the…nah, I got nothing.
Review: A really silly, pointless episode that is pretty good fun anyway. The beginning is a bit dull, plodding, and pedantic until Q arrives and reminds Picard that he’s dull, plodding, and pedantic. And Vash’s whining is wholly unbecoming of her and I don’t blame Picard for being annoyed.
Nottingham is where it’s at. Costumes, fighting, the whole works. I just wish the two actors who actually were trained in swordfighting (Gates and Marina) were allowed to do so instead of fighting with clay pots.
A huge laugh out loud moment goes to Worf. It’s sad he’s used for one-liners in most episodes, but this one was worth it.
Sir, I must protest! I am not a merry man!
3 thoughts on “99: Qpid (4.20)”
thanks for this. It appears about a third of the time Worf’s ideas get rejected, he was right in the first place.