Today, we’re tackling the final episode of Season 1 for Star Trek: Picard. We’re going to breakdown Part 2 of “Et in Arcadia Ego.” As with Part 1, this episode was directed by Akiva Goldsman, with a teleplay written by Michael Chabon.
For this podcast, we’ll analyze key plot elements, talk about the ups and downs of the episode, identify our favorite Easter Eggs, and talk about other Star Trek news.
Of course, our analysis contains spoilers, so if you haven’t watched the episode yet, pause this podcast and watch the finale before listening to our comments.
Star Trek episodes mentioned in this podcast episode:
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Star Trek: Voyager
“Alter Ego,” “The Omega Directive”
Star Trek episodes with a story or teleplay written by Dorothy “D.C.” Fontana (sometimes credited as Michael Richards or J. Michael Bingham)
- Star Trek – “Charlie X,” “Tomorrow Is Yesterday,” This Side of Paradise,” “Catspaw,” “Journey to Babel,” “Friday’s Child,” “By Any Other Name,” “The Ultimate Computer,” “The Enterprise Incident,” “That Which Survives,” and “The Way to Eden”
- Star Trek: The Animated Series – “Yesteryear”
- Star Trek: The Next Generation – “Encounter at Farpoint,” “The Naked Now,” “Lonely Among Us,” “Too Short a Season,” and “Heart of Glory.”
- Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – “Dax”
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