Wesley Crusher’s final look within the Trekverse was within the TNG film “Star Trek: Nemesis.” He attended Commander William Riker and Counselor Deanna Troi’s wedding ceremony originally of the movie. In the ultimate lower of the film, Crusher solely appeared within the background of some scenes, mingling together with his former crewmates and sitting subsequent to his mom, Beverly Crusher, on the head desk.
However, Wil Wheaton, who performed Crusher, did movie extra scenes for “Nemesis,” which did not make it into the film. One of these deleted scenes incorporates details about the character that explains how he may make an look in one of many present “Star Trek” reveals.
Crusher Served Onboard the USS Titan?
In a minute-long scene that did not make it into “Nemesis,” Crusher had a fast dialog with Captain Jean-Luc Picard. The captain commented that he was happy to see Crusher in a Starfleet uniform once more. Picard then requested Crusher if he was enthusiastic about serving on the USS Titan below Riker, who was lastly getting his personal ship. Crusher replied that he was keen to start out his fee and defined that he’d be working in Engineering. He then acquired distracted by some fairly wedding ceremony attendees and excused himself.
Though the change was easy, it revealed rather a lot about Crusher’s future within the Trekverse. In the ultimate season of “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” Crusher give up Starfleet to review below the being often called The Traveller. Until “Nemesis,” no canon updates on Crusher had been ever given.
Since the scene that talked about Crusher rejoining Starfleet was lower, many followers had been baffled by the uniform he wore to Riker and Troi’s wedding ceremony. Several non-canon explanations got in varied “Star Trek” novels. However, no canon clarification was given till this deleted scene was launched.
Wheaton’s Crusher Headcanon
In the feedback on a latest Facebook submit of Wheaton’s, one fan referenced the deleted scene from “Nemesis” as proof that Crusher was not with the Traveller however serving aboard the Titan. Wheaton himself responded and defined what he believes Crusher did after he left with the Traveller.
Wheaton mentioned that his headcanon — the story that he chooses to imagine in regards to the character he dropped at life — is that Crusher took a break from being a Traveller to serve on the Titan. Wheaton emphasised that his take is not official “Star Trek” canon, but it surely’s what he believes to be true. So, in Wheaton’s thoughts, after Crusher’s time on the Titan, he returned to his research with the Traveller.
A Crusher Cameo in ‘Lower Decks’?
Fans of “Star Trek: Lower Decks” know all in regards to the Titan. The ship made a number of appearances within the show’s first season, as did its commanders, Riker and Riker-Troi. At the tip of the primary season, one of many show’s principal characters, Bradward Boimler, transferred to the Titan.
The trailer for the second season, seen above, confirmed that the Titan and its crew can be featured within the upcoming season as properly. Since “Nemesis” occurred proper earlier than Riker took command of the Titan, it is attainable that Crusher was nonetheless serving on the Titan throughout the “Lower Decks” a part of the Trek timeline.
Both Wheaton and “Lower Decks” creator Mike McMahan have mentioned that they need Crusher to make an look on the show. It’s only a matter of determining the main points.
McMahan has revealed that season two contains a number of cameos from acquainted “Star Trek” characters. However, the feedback made by Wheaton and McMahan make it appear as in the event that they have not discovered a Crusher cameo but. Though, it is attainable they’re masking for a giant season two shock.
If McMahan does determine to depict Crusher as a crewmember onboard the Titan, it might completely match with the canon created by the “Nemesis” deleted scene.
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