Today, we’re going to breakdown “Broken Pieces,” Episode eight of Star Trek: Picard. This episode is directed by Maja Vrvilo and written by Michael Chabon. Vrvilo directed “The Impossible Box” earlier this season. Also, she directed the Star Trek: Discovery: “Perpetual Infinity,” Episode 11 from Season Two.
We’ll analyze key plot elements, discuss the title’s significance, Gary will examine Raffi as Sleuth, identify our favorite Easter Eggs, talk about other Star Trek news, and share what we’re looking forward to in upcoming episodes.
A final note: our analysis contains spoilers, so if you haven’t watched the episode yet, pause this podcast and watch the episode before listening to our comments.
Star Trek Episodes and Movies mentioned in this podcast:
Star Trek: The Next Generation
“Descent, Part 1,” “Tapestry”
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
“One Little Ship”
Star Trek: Voyager
“Day of Honor,” “Dark Frontier, Parts 1 & 2,” “Shattered”
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