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Small Details You Missed In The Picard Season 2 Teaser

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Star Trek: Picard fans got a preview of what the future holds in the final frontier thanks to a teaser video for the series' second season on Paramount+. Here are all the small details you missed in the new teaser for Star Trek: Picard season 2.

It makes every bit of sense that Jean-Luc Picard would have a painting of his old ship, the Enterprise-D, hanging up in his chateau. It's the ship where fans of TNG spent the most time, from the first episode of the series to its unceremonious end in the third act of Star Trek: Generations. From its oblong angles to its Amtrak interiors, it became the imaginary second home to a generation of nerds.

The cool detail here is that the painting on display isn't a new addition. It's the same one that Picard had hanging in the ready room of the Enterprise during the TV years, complete with its late-eighties semi-velvet aesthetic. There are definitely some questions left hanging in the air by its inclusion in Picard – how it survived the crash when the ship's disc hit the ground, for example, and which of the salvage guys thought "I should grab this framed print on the way out." Will these questions be answered?

No, probably not, but nice to see a familiar artifact from the old days anyway.

Keep watching to see Small Details You Missed In The Picard Season 2 Teaser.

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