From above Q2 looked sadly down toward the celebrating admiral.
"Q, why are you crying?" Came Lady Q.
Q2 wiped off a tear turning toward Lady Q.
"It is nothing, Q," Q2 said. "Really."
Lady Q looked over at the star light.
"Ah," Lady Q said. "Q's old toy. . ."
"He is dying and there is nothing more I can mess with him." Q2 said.
"Just because he is old does not mean there is no more fun," Lady Q said. "How about you bring the Voyager around on his final days and let him . . have a strange kind of reality changing, his farewell party so to speak."
Q2 glared at Lady Q.
"Q, that isn't right to do it on him," Q2 said. "I have been planning this day for centuries and I cannot seem to place it. . I wanted it to be something that he cannot stop. . Converging realities on Picard can get dull, boring, and stale." He was very animated about it. "Throwing around temporal abnormalities is childs play and you know that well as I do about little Q's!"
"Jean-Luc Picard runs into them a lot in the multiverse," Lady Q said. "He thinks he is too old for the chair. Why don't you prove to him that he is not?"
"Q,HE CAN'T WALK." Q2 reminded her.
"There is nothing that means being a captain means you have to walk." Lady Q said.
"If I wanted to make him fall into a temporal abnormality I would consult Trelane," Q2 said. "It can get tiresome seeing yourself multiple times."
"Okay, what about the Voyager?" Lady Q asked. "And only the Voyager."
"You are talking about not making a temporal abnormality but send the ship 100 plus years into the past," Q2 said. "With hefty damage. . . That could work . . ." He grinned. "OH, OH, OH, The Voyager and the other Enterprise where Kirk's dad died on the USS Kelvin!" Q2 clapped his hands grinning. "This is going to be hilarious." His shoulders rolled as he laughed. "Two Enterprises. . . One Voyager. . . One old Picard."