Easter Eggs You Missed In Star Trek: Picard Episode 1


Jean-Luc Picard is back for a new adventure in Star Trek: Picard, once again boldly going where no one has gone before. The CBS All-Access show is filled with callbacks to Star Trek past, including some that might elude even the most dedicated of fans.

The first episode of Star Trek: Picard opens to the music of Irving Berlin, as Bing Crosby croons the lyrics to “Blue Skies.” It’s a curious song choice for a show set in the distant future, but the nearly century-old song holds a surprising amount of significance for Jean-Luc Picard.

Early on in Star Trek: Nemesis, the final film in the Next Generation movie series, Lieutenant Commander Data channels the classic crooners of the past by performing “Blue Skies” at the wedding of Will Riker and Deanna Troi.

Toward the end of the film, before Data is destroyed sacrificing himself along with the Reman ship Scimitar, Data attempts to transfer his memories to B-4, an earlier prototype of the android made by his creator, Dr. Noonian Soong.

Unfortunately, B-4 is not nearly as advanced as Data, and it appears the transfer was a failure until B-4 begins softly singing “Blue Skies” to himself at the end of the movie. Picard’s reaction in Nemesis indicates that he suspects there may be some of Data still alive after all, a thread that is carried forward into the first episode of Picard, in which the former captain not only visits with Data in his dreams, but speculates that the “essence” of Data now lives on in a new form.

Watch the video for more about Easter eggs you missed in Star Trek: Picard episode 1!

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“Blue Skies” | 0:17
Picard’s poker game | 1:30
The Dixon Hill hat | 3:08
The Utopia Planitia shipyards | 4:03
Data’s painting | 5:10
The Stargazer and the Cousteau | 6:27
The Klingon bat’leth | 7:53
“Captain Picard Day” | 8:56
A familiar doctor | 10:04
Data “always wanted a daughter” | 11:14


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  1. You should rename your video so you're not insulting Star Trek fans, maybe change it to "Easter Eggs You May Have Missed" Every single one of these were pretty much general knowledge to fans. You should actually use that in all your Easter egg videos because it's pretty presumptuous to assume any fans of any franchise missed items on your lists.

  2. I do not understand why Dahj dissolves when she gets spit blood on by that Romulan and why they do not just beam her out to them.
    I just love all those hints and stuff. I hope they get the original actor back who played Bruce Maddox.

  3. My Guess 5 queens, dreams of data, and they share one thing in common. Borg Queen? The first episode was deep. Star Trek is Back…

  4. Man, you guys went really in depth. More than any other YouTube reviewer I've watched so far. Very impressive, Looper staff.

  5. This video is fucking stupid, these are not "easter eggs" these are plot points based on Canon, OTHERWISE IT WOULDNT BE STAR TREK. Also stop narrating like you are talking to kids, thumbs down!

  6. The Romulan station thingy is cube shaped like the Borg, but we don't see any Borg. It hints at an amalgamation. And the twin is aware of her sister, but not likely aware of her death. Was Dahj's mission to draw Picard in?

  7. There is ZERO Eggs…..it is just a ploy to "buy" CBS all access! I do not understand why CBS felt the need to not make this series Public?


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