'Star Trek: Picard': Every Question We Have for Season 2 & Beyond
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Spoilers ahead. "Et in Arcadia Ego," the title for the two-part finale of Star Trek: Picard's epic first season, translates to "even in Arcadia, there am I." The common interpretation of the phrase is that "I" refers to Death, and that "Arcadia" is a version of paradise. So a more apt contextual translation might be, "even in paradise, there is Death," a phrase that felt ominous and mysterious going into the Picard finale, but now makes a sort of bittersweet sense. In "Et in Arcadia Ego, Part...

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