Because Disney released a new trailer for Loki Season Two, which debuts on October 6.

Following a string of disappointing Marvel Cinematic Universe outings, the preview begins with the one and only thing that could pull me back into the action: Ke Huy Quan.

Loki and Mobius meet up with our man, who seems to be manning some sort of TVA help desk.

In the rest of the trailer, we see a reunited Loki and Mobius back in action, spiffy suits and all.

Clearly, the duo is working together to stop at least one of the Jonathan Majors-played Kangs.

(It's still unclear how, exactly, Disney will handle the actor's ) Hell, we even see Sylvie working at an old-timey McDonald's!

Now, given that Loki instigated *checks calendar* at least several years of action in the MCU, it's time to wildly speculate what's in store for its future episodes.

Per Kang's episode-long breakdown of his plans, we're about to see an infinite amount of Kangs bust up the MCU.

This saga has somewhat played out over the course of Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which both depicted multiversal shenanigans.Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which also involved Kang and a multiverse-related plot, has seen the brunt of Loki's aftershock so far.

In the ending of Loki, Sylvie boots the God of Mischief to the TVA headquarters in another timeline, one that Kang has already conquered.

So it's incredibly likely that, at some point, we'll catch up with HiddleLoki right after the events of the first season, watching the newfound good guy try to catch up the TVA on everything that happened before Sylvie killed Kang.

Maybe, just maybe, this is the event that teaches her how to trust — leading to the inevitable Sylvie-Loki power couple of our dreams.

Then, we'll see them try to un-do the catastrophe they started, meeting up with heroes like Doctor Strange along the way.

Last May, Loki's screenwriter, Michael Waldron, teased what might be in store for the future of the series.