Lower Decks Season 2 Teaser Brings in the Easter Eggs
The greatest bits of Star Trek: Lower Decks’ first season weren’t necessarily its love-letter references to decades of Trek historical past. The arc its ragtag ensigns went on celebrated what a bizarre, great, hopeful world Star Trek has, by the eyes of people in that world who love it. But as this snippet of the sophomore season exhibits, the references can even simply be nearly as good, frankly.
We’ve already had a sneak peek at what to anticipate for the crews of the U.S.S. Cerritos—and, in Boimler’s case, the crew of Captain Will Riker’s U.S.S. Titan—in the second season of Lower Decks already. But this new quick clip celebrating a month to go earlier than the season begins is only a concentrated delight of nerdy, nerdy Trek references… even earlier than we marvel what’s introduced Boimler and Mariner again collectively after their falling out, when the former accepted his promotion and reassignment to the Titan with out telling her.
It’s quick, however undoubtedly very candy—and there’s so a lot occurring. There’s the traditional Starbase design (which, as TrekCore notes, originated in the Star Trek: Vanguard novels), and even the automobile Mariner and Boimler have absconded in—presumably, as safety goes after them—has massive Argo vibes, the buggy from the notorious sequence in Star Trek: Nemesis. The white-and-gold costume uniform variant of the Lower Decks period uniform can be a riff on the similar ones worn by Picard’s crew in Insurrection and Nemesis. And then there’s the fish individuals! Who, as they angrily intone, aren’t truly fish individuals—they’re the Antedians, who appeared in the Next Generation episode “Manhunt” as would-be Federation members. Looks like they obtained over the, spoiler alert, failed terrorist plot in that episode and joined up by the time of Lower Decks no less than!
That’s a number of referencing for simply 15 seconds (and we didn’t even marvel why Boimler and Mariner had little statuettes of Data in their automobile). No doubt there’ll be much more, when Star Trek: Lower Decks returns for its second away mission on Paramount+ on August 12.
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