Wil Wheaton would love to come back and build on the end of Star Trek: Picard season two

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Wil Wheaton played Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Wesley left in season four to join Starfleet Academy, but in The Next Generation's season 7, episode 2, "Journey's End," he's convinced that his future lies with The Traveler. So Wesley leaves his friends and his mother and begins to travel the Universe. He came back as a Traveler in the seconed season finale of Star Trek: Picard where he offers Kore a chance to give her life "purpose and meaning."

At the 51st annual Saturn Awards, Wheaton spoke with Screenrant via Comicbook and said he'd love to be a part of the continuation of that storyline if the story was right.

""if the story was right, ... do something that built a little bit on the story we implied at the end of Star Trek: Picard Season 2, I would love to come back and be part of that.""

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Would that mean bringing Isa Briones (Kore) back as well or simply following Wesley on his journeys as a Traveler, recruiting other Travelers? Either one has an interesting premise.

Wheaton also said he'd love to work with Ed Speleers, his onscreen half-brother, Jack Crusher, if only to let him know he was keeping an out eye on his younger brother. This is something that should happen as Wesley hasn't met Jack onscreen yet, and with Jack potentially facing Q in the future, he needs another omniscent being on his side.

""I would love to have opportunities to work with Ed Speleers and be like, 'Turns out I'm your half-brother you never knew about. I'm kind of a super being. You're not supposed to know that I'm here. Things don't need to get weird for you, but don't worry, I'm keeping an eye on you. I'm out!'""

Wil Wheaton

That would definitely be something worth seeing, even if it's only for a few episodes. Both Speleers and Wheaton working together would be gold.

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