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Picard's jack crusher mystery hints at star trek ds9 theory.

Jack Crusher's red eyes and troubling visions in Star Trek: Picard season 3 could be the work of non-Changeling DS9 villains - the Pah-wraiths.

Warning: SPOILERS for Star Trek: Picard Season 3, Episode 8 - "Surrender". The source of the mysterious powers manifested by Jack Crusher (Ed Speelers) in Star Trek: Picard season 3 could be explained by a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine villain that isn't a Changeling. In Picard season 3, episode 8, "Surrender", Jack affirms that he's not a Changeling, as previously suspected, suggesting there's another explanation for his strange visions and the voices that he's hearing. Captain Vadic (Amanda Plummer) revealed that the Changelings wanted Jack for his " gifts ", so they clearly need an assassin with the ability to control the minds of others for their Frontier Day plan.

In Star Trek: Picard season 3, episode 7 , Vadic implied that Jack had some higher purpose to fulfill, saying that he was " never meant " for his mother, Dr. Beverly Crusher (Gates McFadden). As Picard season 3 is also a sequel to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine , it's been speculated that this larger galactic purpose could be related to the wormhole aliens, the Prophets of Bajor, and their enemies, the demonic Pah-wraiths. Deanna Troi (Marina Sirtis) refers to the voice inside Jack as " ancient and weak ", making it possible that Jack is under the influence of the ancient Pah-wraiths, whom the Changelings hope to unleash against the Federation.

Is Jack Crusher's Mystery Voice A Star Trek: DS9 Pah-Wraith?

Jack Crusher's eyes also go red when he manifests his special abilities, implying that another consciousness has taken over his body, similar to how Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo) would also have red eyes while under the influence of the Pah-wraiths in DS9 . As the last conflict between the Prophets and Pah-wraiths took place during the Dominion War, it would make sense for a new conflict to manifest during Star Trek: Picard 's Changeling uprising. In Star Trek: Deep Space Nine season 6, episode 21, "The Reckoning", a Pah-wraith took over the body of Jake Sisko (Cirroc Lofton) so there's precedent for the Prophet's enemies weaponizing the sons of legendary Starfleet captains.

The theory that Jack Crusher's powers come from the influence of a Pah-wraith is further enhanced by Troi sensing something " ancient and weak ", the color red, and the images of devastation that Jack sees back up the theory that he's under the influence of the Bajoran fire spirits. However, there's been no evidence to explain how Jack Crusher would have first been exposed to the influence of the Pah-wraiths as Captain Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks) sacrificed his life to seal them within the Bajoran Fire Caves forever.

Star Trek: DS9's Pah-Wraiths Explained

Ancient Bajoran texts tell of how the Pah-wraiths were expelled from the Celestial Temple for some unknown reason and were subsequently banished to the Bajoran Fire Caves. The Pah-wraiths could induce visions such as the ones that Jack Crusher is experiencing in Star Trek: Picard season 3, and took the form of fire spirits. During the Dominion War, Gul Dukat unleashed a Pah-wraith aboard Deep Space Nine, which killed off Jadzia Dax (Terry Farrell) and sealed the wormhole, triggering a celestial war with the Prophets.

Gul Dukat and the Pah-wraiths then set about derailing Sisko's mission from the Prophets, and destabilizing Bajoran society via seducing and misleading Kai Winn (Louise Fletcher). Fighting a war on two fronts, Captain Benjamin Sisko oversaw the surrender of the Dominion before confronting Gul Dukat in the Fire Caves underneath Bajor, giving his life to ensure the Pah-wraiths' continued exile. Those under the influence of the Pah-wraiths, like Jake Sisko, noted feelings of overwhelming darkness while under their influence. It's possible that this is the same darkness that Troi sensed around and flowing through Jack Crusher, meaning that both Troi and Jack could step through the red door into an ancient Bajoran religious conflict in Star Trek: Picard season 3, episode 9.

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The Pah-wraiths were non-corporeal beings and enemies of the Bajoran Prophets . Bajoran religious texts related that the Pah-wraiths once resided in the Celestial Temple alongside the Prophets. For reasons unknown, they were banished to the Fire Caves on Bajor . According to ancient Bajoran texts, they were "false Prophets". The name " Kosst Amojan " was sometimes used to refer to them.

The Pah-wraiths typically took the form of fire spirits (from which they got their name). Other than that, they were virtually identical to the Prophets. They could induce visions in corporeal beings, appearing as familiar figures as the Prophets did in such visions. However, the Pah-wraiths in such visions acted smugly, whereas the Prophets displayed very little emotion . ( DS9 : " 'Til Death Do Us Part ") They were vulnerable to high levels of chroniton radiation . This was discovered in 2373 , when a Pah-wraith took over the body of Keiko O'Brien and attempted to destroy the Prophets by firing a chroniton beam directly at the Bajoran wormhole , only to be foiled and destroyed by Keiko's husband , Miles O'Brien . ( DS9 : " The Assignment ")

A year later , one of the Kosst Amojan took over the body of Jake Sisko on space station Deep Space 9 , in order to fulfill the ancient prophecy of " The Reckoning ". The entity was driven out after Kai Winn Adami flooded the station with chroniton radiation before the battle was completed. ( DS9 : " The Reckoning ")

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Dukat releases a Pah-wraith

In the same year, Gul Dukat released a Pah-wraith from an ancient artifact, which then took over his body and used him to get to the Orb of Contemplation on board Deep Space 9. Jadzia Dax happened to be in the shrine at the time, and was fatally wounded by the Pah-wraith. The Pah-wraith was then released into the Orb , allowing it access to the wormhole and collapsing the entrance on the Alpha Quadrant side, starting a war between the Prophets and the Pah-wraith. ( DS9 : " Tears of the Prophets ")

In 2375 , Benjamin Sisko received visions from the Pah-wraith, during his quest for the Orb of the Emissary , in an attempt to confuse him from what the Prophets wished him to do. It failed and Sisko opened the vessel containing that orb, reopening the Bajoran wormhole. ( DS9 : " Image in the Sand ", " Shadows and Symbols ")

The imprisonment and release of the Pah-wraiths was detailed in the Book of the Kosst Amojan and the legend of the Kosst Amojan. Followers of the teachings of the Pah-wraiths joined the Cult of the Pah-wraiths . Dukat posed as the Emissary of the Pah-wraiths in 2375, on board the abandoned Cardassian space station Empok Nor . ( DS9 : " Covenant ")

In the same year, Kai Winn received visions which she initially believed to be from the Prophets, only to learn that it had been the Pah-wraiths that had been communicating with her. ( DS9 : " Strange Bedfellows ")

Dukat, in disguise as Anjohl Tennan , then convinced her that the Pah-wraiths were the true Prophets, and that they had to be released from the Fire Caves. She agreed, and consulted the Book of the Kosst Amojan . ( DS9 : " The Changing Face of Evil ")

Later that year, Sisko tried to stop the Pah-wraiths. However, they resurrected Dukat with near-omnipotent power. Dukat revealed the Pah-wraiths' plans to Sisko: to spread from Bajor in all directions, burning the universe in their wake. In order to stop them, Sisko threw himself, Dukat, and the Book of the Kosst Amojan into a fire pit, sealing the Pah-wraiths forever in the Fire Caves. ( DS9 : " What You Leave Behind ")

In line with their malevolent and apocalyptic tendencies, Pah-wraiths appeared to only harbor dark emotions. After their individual possessions, Keiko O'Brien reported she could sometimes feel the Pah-wraith from the Fire Caves' "cold rage" and was certain it would have gone back on its word to leave the O'Briens unharmed. Jake Sisko stated he felt the Kosst Amojan's hate, at an apparent level so intense that even if Jake himself had to die for the Kosst Amojan to be destroyed, he was sure it would have been the right path, and assured his father his decision to not interfere was the right choice. ( DS9 : " The Assignment ", " The Reckoning ")

List of Pah-wraiths [ ]

  • Unnamed Pah-wraiths

Appendices [ ]

Appearances [ ].

  • " The Assignment "
  • " The Reckoning "
  • " Tears of the Prophets "
  • " Shadows and Symbols "
  • " 'Til Death Do Us Part "
  • " Strange Bedfellows "
  • " What You Leave Behind "

Background information [ ]

According to the script for "The Assignment", their name was pronounced as "PA-rayths". [1]

The Pah-wraiths were originally conceived during the writing of the first season episode " The Nagus ". In that episode, Sisko and Jake are supposed to visit the Fire Caves on Bajor, and there was a line in the original teleplay where Sisko was told jokingly to " watch out for the Pagh-wraiths. " The Pagh-wraiths were Robert Hewitt Wolfe 's idea and were supposedly little goblin creatures that lived in the Fire Caves. This line was omitted from later drafts.

While developing " The Assignment ", René Echevarria was trying to come up with a concept that would tie into the Deep Space Nine mythology. He didn't want the being who possesses Keiko to simply be some random entity, but rather something that would fit into the overall scheme of the show. Unaware of Wolfe's original idea, he suggested that perhaps the aliens in the wormhole weren't all good, and that there were in fact some evil members of the race. Wolfe then proposed a revival of his Pagh-wraiths concept. ( Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion  (p. 389))

The scripts consistently used the spelling "Pah-wraith". [2] [3] However, Wolfe maintains that "Pah is a misspelling, from my point of view. " ( Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion  (p. 389)) Ronald D. Moore has also commented that he believes that " pagh " was the correct spelling. ( AOL chat , 1998 ) "The Assignment" co-writer David Weddle countered, " Not if it comes from Ancient Bajoran. The g's were added centuries later, when the seventh hemisphere became more influential. " ( Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion  (p. 389))

According to René Echevarria in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion  (p. ? ), the Kosst Amojan was not referred to as an individual. The term was always referred to using the article "the", as in "the Kosst Amojan". Thus, it may not be the proper name of an individual, rather the name of an object or the title of a group.

In the first draft script of " The Changing Face of Evil ", Dukat speculated about how the Pah-wraiths would judge the Bajoran archivists , remarking, " Something tells me that when the Restoration occurs, the Pah-wraiths are going to find those librarians ... unworthy. "

Apocrypha [ ]

During the Millennium trilogy, the crew discovers the existence of a third group of Prophets, with this third group representing the alleged "True" Prophets who reside in an initially inactive red wormhole while those in the blue wormhole represent a splinter faction who broke away to explore the possibility of a world outside their realm, the Pah-wraiths being those who were banished from both groups and now seek to reunite the Temples so that they can destroy everything that those responsible for their exile have created.

  • The Fall of Terok Nor
  • The War of the Prophets

External links [ ]

  • Pah-wraith at Memory Beta , the wiki for licensed Star Trek works
  • Pah-wraith at Wikipedia
  • 1 Bell Riots
  • 2 Mickey Cottrell
  • 3 USS Protostar

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Are Pah-wraiths waiting behind Jack Crusher's Red Door in Star Trek: Picard season 3?

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This Star Trek: Picard article contains spoilers.

What’s behind the red door? No matter how much Star Trek: Picard keeps insisting that we’ll soon learn the truth about Jack Crusher, the son of Beverly Crusher and Jean-Luc Picard, the show keeps moving the goalposts, shoving the explanation off to the next episode. Unsurprisingly, the internet has filled in the gaps with their own theories. One of the latest would bring back one of the most mysterious villains from Deep Space Nine : the Pah-wraiths.

For those who don’t recall, the Pah-wraiths are the evil counterparts to the Prophets, central figures in the Bajoran religion. Where Bajorans worship the Prophets for their benevolent guidance, they fear the Pah-wraiths for their destructive meddling. Through Benjamin Sisko ‘s encounters with the Prophets, we learn that they are not gods, but an alien race living in the wormhole outside of Bajor. The Pah-wraiths are enemies of the Prophets, non-corporeal figures who take the form of fire spirits.

Throughout Deep Space Nine , the Pah-wraiths appear to wreak havoc on the space station, possessing characters such as Keiko O’Brien, Jake Sisko, and Gul Dukat — the last example leading to the death of Jadzia Dax. But in the series finale, Sisko seemingly trapped the Pah-wraiths for good, containing them in fire caves by sacrificing himself and Dukat.

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But for several internet commenters, Jack Crusher’s strange behavior proves that somehow, the Pah-wraiths have returned. The most thorough explanation comes from Reddit user RealViserys . The user argues that much of Jack’s behavior — including super strength, red eyes, and visions — are in line with Pah-wraith possession. The user even predicts that Gul Dukat will make an appearance on the show, played by original actor Marc Alaimo.

To be sure, RealViserys’s theory has several things working in its favor. While Picard season 3 is absolutely a sequel to The Next Generation , it has incorporated several aspects from the other ’90s Trek shows. Not only is Voyager ‘s Seven of Nine a major character (and not-Tuvok appeared in a recent episode), but the season’s major villains are Changelings seeking revenge for the Dominion War, all plot points from Deep Space Nine .

That said, a big Pah-wraith reveal would be slightly out of left field, if only because the show hasn’t been laying any other groundwork. Even though Bajorans have been heavily featured in the series, in the form of Titan bridge crew member Lt. Mura and Commander Ro Laren , there’s been no talk of their religion, neither the Prophets nor the Pah-wraiths. Previous theories have argued that the Changelings will use Picard’s stolen body to bring back Locutus, which would be more in line with TNG and has been referenced in a previous episode. Plus, episode nine of the series is titled “Vox,” the Latin word for voice, which connects to “Locutus,” the Latin word for “having spoken.”

And then there’s the Romulan in the room. Even in its first two seasons, Picard has been interested in bringing back characters from The Next Generation . By this point in season three of Picard , we’ve seen the return of nearly every major character from the series — the entire bridge crew, bad guy Q, Wesley Crusher, and supporting characters Guinan and Ro. While there are a few more recurring characters who have yet to make an appearance, including Miles and Keiko O’Brien, Doctor Pulaski, and Reginald Barclay, the biggest omission involves the first person to leave the show: Tasha Yar.

The security chief in season one of TNG , Yar famously died at the hands of a sentient trash bag midway through the season (not, strangely, from embarrassment from having sex with a fully functional Data in “The Naked Now”). Actor Denise Crosby did return at several points throughout the series, both as Yar and Yar’s half-Romulan daughter, Sela.

“ Surrender ” references Yar as one of the memories Data used to defeat Lore, but that doesn’t really count. Meanwhile, Sela would be a bad guy with greater ties to Picard, especially after Yar and the Captain’s interactions in “Yesterday’s Enterprise” and “All Good Things…”. However, with the exception of Laris in the first episode, Romulans have been largely absent from this season of Picard .

In short, there are many good explanations out there for Jack Crusher’s behavior. And with only two more episodes left in the season, Picard can’t keep dodging the question much longer.

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‘Star Trek: Picard’: Everything We Know About Jack Crusher

Ed Speleers plays Jack Crusher, the son of Beverly Crusher and Jean-Luc Picard

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While “Star Trek: Picard” Season 3 has been a reunion of sorts for the cast of “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” there is one new character that has a major impact on at least two Enterprise crewmen.

Enter Jack Crusher. The brash young man wasn’t even given a name in the season premiere, where he dramatically revealed he’s the son of Dr. Beverly Crusher.

Episode 2 revealed even more about Crusher and his lineage, which is confirmed in Episode 3. As the season unfolds, we’ll unravel the mystery of this newcomer.

Warning, major spoilers ahead.

Who is Jack Crusher?

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Dr. Beverly Crusher and her son Jack make up the two-person crew of the S.S. Eleos, a medical aide vessel.

In Season 3, Episode 1, Beverly is critically injured in an alien attack. She sends a distress call out to her former captain and close friend, Jean-Luc Picard. Although she hasn’t been in contact with Picard or her Enterprise crewmates for over 20 years, they’re the only people she can trust.

Picard enlists the help of his former first officer, Will Riker, to stage a rescue mission. They hatch a plan to bring the U.S.S. Titan, Riker’s former command, to the Eleos. With the help of Seven of Nine, the Titan’s first officer, Picard and Riker steal a shuttle and board the Eleos.

There they discover Beverly in a medical stasis pod and a man who claims to be her son.

In Episode 2, the Eleos soon comes under attack from Vadic, the captain of the heavily armed warship Shrike. Vadic says that there’s a bounty on Jack and the Titan has one hour to turn him over or be destroyed.

Liam Shaw, the captain of the Titan, throws Jack in the brig while they debate what to do. They discover Jack has a checkered past; he’s a conman who has committed multiple crimes under several aliases. Is he really who he claims to be?

Shaw is inclined to turn over Jack; after all, one life isn’t worth the lives of 500, including Beverly’s. Jack escapes confinement and plans to transport himself over to the Shrike. Right before he does, Beverly appears and nods to Picard, confirming to him that Jack is his son.

Who are Jack Crusher’s parents?

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Jack Crusher is the son of Beverly Crusher and Jean-Luc Picard.

He is named after Beverly’s first husband, Jack R. Crusher. Her husband served under Picard on the U.S.S. Stargazer and was killed on a mission. Beverly and Jack had a son, Wesley.

While serving aboard the Enterprise, Beverly and Picard had a close relationship that bordered on romance, but they never acted upon it.

At one point they were mentally linked via alien technology, and Beverly learned that Picard had romantic feelings for her while she was married to Jack, his friend and crewman. He never acted on them and tried to deny her application to the Enterprise. After the alien technology is removed, they shared a kiss, but that was it.

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When was Jack Crusher conceived?

In Episode 3, Beverly and Picard finally have a one-on-one conversation about Jack.

It turns out Jack was conceived the old-fashioned way.

Two months before leaving the Enterprise, the on-again-off-again couple took shore leave to Casperia Prime, a vacation world known for its natural beauty.

Apparently, the couple was taken away by the beauty of a waterfall and then taken by each other.

Beverly became pregnant that night but decided not to tell Picard.

She tried several times, but Picard was involved in some dangerous situation or another. Beverly realized that she could protect her son, but not Picard’s son. So she hid his identity from birth on.

What is Jack Crusher’s relationship with his parents and crewmates?

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Jack has a close relationship with his mother Beverly, who he says taught him everything he knows.

In Episode 2, when asked by Picard who his father is, Jack shouts, “I never knew my father!”

It takes Jack’s near-death in Episode 3 from verterium poisoning for fatherhood to sink in for Picard.

In Episode 4, with the Titan sinking further into a gravity well, Picard tries to make up for lost time for inviting Crusher to have a drink in Ten Forward. He tells Jack about his namesake and Beverly’s first husband, Jack R. Crusher. Picard and Jack R. were best friends on the U.S.S. Stargazer, and had to pilot a meteoroid shower in a damaged shuttle together.

Picard and Jack essentially recreate this at the end of the episode, with Crusher calling out navigational coordinates while Picard directs thrusters, allowing the Titan to escape the nebula.

At the very end of the episode, it’s revealed that Jack did meet his father once before, in a bar five years prior. After listening to Picard regale Starfleet cadets about his past adventures, Jack asked Picard about family. Picard replied that he considered Starfleet to be all the family he ever needed, crushing Jack.

Jack and Sidney La Forge strike a bond in Episode 6 with both feeling the pressure from their famous fathers. There seems to be a bit of a flirtation growing between the two. But Geordi quickly quashes it, telling Jack to “stay away from my daughter.”

He also bonds with Seven of Nine, with whom he shares a rebellious streak.

He has a love-hate relationship with Vadic, who teases him about his true identity and the red door he sees in his visions. He pleads with Vadic to tell him who he really is, but kills her before she can give him any answers.

How old is Jack Crusher?

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Beverly was in her fifties by the events of “Star Trek: Nemesis,” the last time her character was last seen on screen.

“Picard” Season 3 takes place approximately 23 years later, but Jack Crusher appears to be a bit older than that (actor Ed Speleers is 34 years old).

Twitter users had some theories that Jack was actually born when Beverly left the Enterprise in Season 2 (Gates McFadden was written out of the show and later brought back). That would make Jack in his early 30s — which he appears to be — rather than his early 20s.

However, that theory was debunked in Episode 3. Jack Crusher is just a hard-looking (but handsome) 23-year-old. Living with your mom full-time and running rescue missions apparently ages you prematurely.

Episode 4 confirms Jack’s age when Picard asks him if he’s about 23 or 24 years old. This ends up being a major plot point towards the end of the season.

Jack Crusher’s visions — what lies behind the red door?

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While exposed to toxic verterium gas, Jack has visions of a woman (in the form of Seven of Nine) who beckons to him “Find me!”

At the end of Episode 4, Jack has a similar vision in his quarters, with a female voice once again calling out, “Find me!” He also has visions of roots growing on the walls and a glowing red door.

Episode 5 opens with a disturbing vision of Jack on the Titan bridge, massacring all of the bridge crew. Fortunately, it’s just a vision and Jack snaps back to reality inside his quarters. He drops the phaser and his eyes glow red.

At the end of the episode, he has another vision and kills four Changelings disguised as humans with ease.

One leading theory is that Jack is possessed by the Pah Wraiths, non-corporeal beings and enemies of the Bajoran Prophets from “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.” Since the Changelings were also introduced in “Deep Space Nine,” the two species may have some connection.

In Episode 6, it’s revealed that Jack inherited irumodic syndrome from Picard, a neurological disorder that causes hallucinations.

Warning, major spoilers ahead

In Episode 9, Troi and Jack open the red door in his mind. Behind they find a Borg Cube. The female voice calling out to Jack is the Borg Queen (Alice Krige).

Troi runs and tells Beverly and Picard what she sees. Picard talks to Jack, who deduces it’s the Borg and then flees the Titan in a shuttle. He is drawn to the source of the voices — the Queen.

This is where it gets slightly complicated/technical. 35 years ago, the Borg assimilated Picard and introduced dormant code into his DNA — code that was passed on to Jack.

Whereas all assimilated Borg “receive” commands from the collective/Queen, Jack’s unique DNA makes him a “transmitter.”

What are Jack Crusher’s special abilities and powers?

In Episode 7, Jack taps into several new powers.

While flirting with Sidney in the turbolift, he is able to read her mind telepathically, proving this is no case of irumodic syndrome. Later, when Changelings board the Titan, Jack “possesses” Sidney’s body, allowing her to take down her attacker.

In Episode 8, he “possesses” Mura in an attempt to regain control of the bridge, which Vadic has commandeered.

In Episode 9, we learn that due to his Borg code, he is able to “transmit” to anyone who has Borg code in their system.

How does Jack Crusher fit in with Frontier Day?

The Borg and Changelings have secretly been infiltrating Starfleet, adding Borg code to the transporter system. Anyone who uses the transporter has the code spliced into their system, becoming a “receiver.” This only works on younger crewmembers before their brains stop developing.

The code lies dormant until activated via a transmitter. Jack is that transmitter.

When the Borg Queen captures Jack, she uses him to transmit to all the ships gathered at Frontier Day. Any crewmember under 25, including the La Forge sisters and Mura, is immediately assimilated and activated as Borg drones.

The Queen is able to take command of all of Starfleet without even having a ship nearby.

Jack is assimilated and is hesitant to separate himself from the collective despite his father’s pleas. Eventually, Picard is successful, averting the destruction of Earth by the assimilated fleet.

Where is Jack at the end of the series?

In a proud send-him-off-to-college moment, Beverly and Jean Luc travel with Jack to his first Starfleet posting aboard the U.S.S. Titan, which has been renamed the U.S.S. Enterprise.

His new commanding officer? Captain Seven of Nine, who appoints the ensign as special counselor.

Later, as he’s unpacking his belongings in his quarters, he is visited by Q. We break down the post-credit scene between Jack and Q here .

Who plays Jack Crusher?

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As previously mentioned, British actor Ed Speleers plays Jack Crusher.

Speleers is best known for playing Jimmy the footman on “Downton Abbey,” Stephen Bonnet on “Outlander” and Rhys Montrose on “You.”

His big break came in 2006 when he played the title role in the fantasy feature film “Eragon.”

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  1. Picard's Jack Crusher Mystery Hints At Star Trek DS9 Theory

    By Mark Donaldson Published Apr 8, 2023 Jack Crusher's red eyes and troubling visions in Star Trek: Picard season 3 could be the work of non-Changeling DS9 villains - the Pah-wraiths. Warning: SPOILERS for Star Trek: Picard Season 3, Episode 8 - "Surrender".

  2. Star Trek’s Pah-wraiths explained

    First, there’s the red eyes. These appear in individuals possessed by Pah-wraiths. Then, there’s the red visions (not to mention the voices) that Jack Crusher is hearing, and in Star Trek Picard season 3 episode 8 there was also the fire symbolism which connects to the Pah-wraiths too.

  3. Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Theory Brings Back a Major DS9

    The user argues that much of Jack’s behavior — including super strength, red eyes, and visions — are in line with Pah-wraith possession. The user even predicts that Gul Dukat will make an...

  4. Guess: Everything Pointing to Pah Wraiths : r/startrekpicard

    Red eyes - only seen in Star Trek canon twice before: Jake Sisko and Gul Dukat, both while inhabited by Pah Wraiths. Fire behind the door - The Pah Wraiths live and are trapped in the Fire Caves. Ability to give visions: Pah wraiths not Borg Abilty to give Superhuman strength and reflexes: Pah Wraiths not Borg

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    He drops the phaser and his eyes glow red. ... One leading theory is that Jack is possessed by the Pah Wraiths, non-corporeal beings and enemies of the Bajoran Prophets from “Star Trek: Deep ...