New clues link Q and Picard to Deep Space Nine’s journey to 2024

Q and Sisko

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Q and Sisko

Jumping back and forth in time can be chaotic. For fictional proof, a fan need only watch Episode 4 of Season 2 of Star Trek: Picard. Thanks to Guinan, who doesn’t remember Picard, some strange explanations from the “Picard” co-showrunnerand objects that appear throughout the story, Star Trek fans know this to be true.

Many of these time travel episodes are directed by an expert in the field – Leah Thompson. She starred in the Back to the Future trilogy. Perhaps thanks to her involvement in Star Trek: Picard, fans will be able to discover little gifts throughout the episodes that foreshadow future events.


Back to the Future events


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These types of “Easter Eggs” are similar to what Back to the Future fans would notice years after the film’s release. One of those little touches is when Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) meets Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) at the Twin Pines Mall. Thanks to space-time altering actions in the past, the mall was never called “Twin Pines” but “Lone Pine Mall.”


Small nuggets for fans

Trek fans everywhere are posting little video snippets and screenshots of what they saw on Picard. This includes details about the street that 10 Forward is on and even the book that a young woman is reading towards the end of the episode – it’s a novel by Dixon Hill, which was the holo-novel that Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) used to enjoy on the Enterprise-D. He also used a Tommy Gun weapon from one of those novels to destroy Borg drones in Star Trek: First Contact.


Something from Paramount+

An LA Times from 2024

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This little detail, shared with the media by Paramount’s PR team, gives fans an even closer look at what’s to come. The image above is from the final seconds of the episode “Watcher”. At that moment, Q (John de Lancie) is talking about fear and failure while holding a newspaper. Unless a fan pauses in the show at that precise moment, it’s hard to see past the headline. But thanks to the photo above, fans can get a better look.

The second story is so important. In this story, titled “Brynner Fights Unionism,” those who are fans of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine will know exactly who Christoph Brünner is. In August 2024 according to the DS9 episodes “Past Tense” part One and Part IIBrynner is a wealthy tech entrepreneur, much like a Steve Jobs or Elon Musk type.

He meets Jadzia Dax (Terry Farrell), who has previously dated Captain Sisko (Avery Brooks) and Dr. Bashir (Alexander Siddig) found again. Sisko would eventually assume the role of Gabriel Bell and lead a series of resistance acts. These will go down in history as “Bell riots‘ and are often mentioned when Trek characters review Earth’s past.


The Bell Riots


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The events of the Bell Riots take place in August 2024. Picard and his team are also in 2024, but occur before the Bell Riots. Fans know this because San Francisco would have been sealed off with a massive police presence.

How long will Picard stay in 2024? Will he be watching Sisko, Dax, and Bashir from the shadows when the Bell Riots happen? Paramount could remix Picard, Raffi (Michelle Hurd), Seven (Jeri Ryan) and the others into “Past Tense” as if they had remixed “The Trouble With Tribbles” with Sisko, Dax, Bashir, Worf (Michael Dorn) and others to “Trials and Tribble-ations.”

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Brian Ashcraft

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