As we're all feeling the impact of social distancing and self-isolation, the time of the very large Zoom meeting has come.
And it's not you and your friends getting drunk and cackling on video meeting apps either. Casts of iconic sci-fi TV shows are doing the same. Case in point is the cast of 'Star Trek: The Next Generation', who met up via Zoom for the 65th birthday of Marina Sirtis, better known as Counselor Deanna Troi.
— Marina Sirtis (@Marina_Sirtis) March 30, 2020
Sirtis was joined on her Zoom party by the central cast of 'The Next Generation', including Worf, Dr. Crusher, Wesley Crusher, but sadly no Guinan or Q. Maybe guest stars didn't get the call? Who knows.
different shot, but same amazing group. ❤️❤️What a blast it was to chat away....and laugh. 😂😂felt so good ☺️🥰@Marina_Sirtis @wilw @levarburton @akaWorf @BrentSpiner @jonathansfrakes @SirPatStew pic.twitter.com/QY9dhar7KV
— Gates McFadden (@gates_mcfadden) March 30, 2020
Either way, everyone seemed to be having a great time and who doesn't like seeing the cast of classic TV shows staying in contact in these strange times? Makes you wonder if the cast of 'The Sopranos' or 'Cheers' have these same kinds of Zoom sessions.
'Picard' recently completed its first season recently, with a second season on the way with Whoopi Goldberg set to reprise her role as Guinan. No air date has been set for the second season as of yet, but given everything that's going on at the minute, it'll be 2021 at the earliest.