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I'm not sure that the comparison with the anti-time future from "All Good Things..." is either helpful or accurate. The only real similarity between the anti-time future and the scenario shown in Countdown is that Picard is an ambassador in both. (Picard was also an ambassador in the fake future of "Future Imperfect", if that matters.) Should this be removed, or cut down to note just the "ambassador Picard" thing? —Josiah Rowe 23:34, 13 May 2009 (UTC)
- With the conclusion of the Countdown series, there are several similarities between the normal timeline, and the Anti-time future as experienced by Picard in the TNG finale All Good Things... (episode). These include: Picard retiring from Starfleet and taking an ambassadorial position (on Vulcan in Countdown, unknown in Anti-time); La Forge retiring from Starfleet and becoming self employed (a novelist in the anti-time future, starship designer in Countdown); Worf serving as a high ranking member of the Klingon military; and Data, being alive and well, and continuing his career (a professor at Cambridge in the anti-time future, captain of the Enterprise in Countdown). Presumably, the destruction of Romulus provides the Klingons the opportunity to overtake Romulan space, as depicted in the Anti-time future.
- original research anyway. — Morder 23:36, 13 May 2009 (UTC)
Fair enough. :) —Josiah Rowe 23:37, 13 May 2009 (UTC)