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  • Captain Picard Day
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  • In 2370, a seven-year-old named Paul Menegay won the contest with an orangeclay sculpture of the captain's head. Much to Picard's dismay, Commander Riker took great pleasure in the proceedings. For revenge, Picard arranged to have a "Commander Riker Day" the following month and planned to enter the competition himself. (TNG: "The Pegasus" )
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  • In 2370, a seven-year-old named Paul Menegay won the contest with an orangeclay sculpture of the captain's head. Much to Picard's dismay, Commander Riker took great pleasure in the proceedings. For revenge, Picard arranged to have a "Commander Riker Day" the following month and planned to enter the competition himself. (TNG: "The Pegasus" ) Since 2007, fans have celebrated Captain Picard Day on June 16th of each year. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] In 2010, Virgin 1 followed suit with its own June 16th block of Picard-centric episodes: "The Big Goodbye" , "Captain's Holiday" , "Family" , "Darmok" , "The Inner Light" , "Tapestry" , "Lessons" , and "The Pegasus" .