In celebration of Captain Picard Day on June 16th, the official Star Trek website has released the trailer for the sophomore season of Star Trek: Picard.

Star Trek: Picard season two trailer

The trailer opens with Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) at his vineyard, as seen in Picard’s first season… but he’s soon confronted with an older-looking incarnation of Q (John De Lancie).

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“Get outta here, Q! We don’t have time for any of your Q stuff today!”

From there, we see clips of some familiar faces – the cast of the first season, including Agnes Jurati (Alison Pill), Soji Asha (Isa Briones), Laris (Orla Brady), Raffi Musiker (Michelle Hurd), Chris Rios (Santiago Cabrera), and Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan).

Voiceover narration intones that “time is broken,” but Picard states that they can save the future together…

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Getting the band back together.

But while that sounds reassuring, the clip closes with Seven waking up in a bed… without her distinctive Borg cranial implant! First Icheb and now this! Is nothing sacred?

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Where is Seven’s cranial implant?!

As real as a hopped-up Q on Captain Picard Day

How will you be spending the rest of your Captain Picard Day?

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Happy Captain Picard Day!

If you have access to Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, or Paramount+, you can watch Star Trek: The Next Generation’s season seven episode twelve, “The Pegasus,” which introduces Captain Picard Day… and if that’s not enough Q for you, consider Lower Decks season one episode eight, “Veritas.”

Can you identify this enigmatic logo? Let us know what you think it may be in the comment section.

The second season of Star Trek: Picard will be arriving for streaming on Paramount+ will be arriving in 2022. In the meantime, we can speculate about what exactly Q may be doing to the timeline.

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Picard Season Two arrives in 2022.