The trailer shows when she got her new driver's license, a moment that brought Caitlyn a storm of conflicted emotions. With her new card in hand, she tears up, recalling old memories. "Sometimes I feel like I'm throwing old Bruce out the door," she says. "Maybe he didn't deserve to be gone."
Later, Caitlyn is seen on a bus tour with her new friends and LGBTQ activists, in exchanges that get heated at times. One scene features protesters confronting Caitlyn; another features a tense debate over Caitlyn's gay marriage comments.
She also gives a little glimpse into her dating life. "I don't see dating women in the future," she says. "I've been there. Done that. I've got three ex-wives."
While promoting the new season of her show at the Television Critics Association press tour in California, Caitlyn also offered a response to Ricky Gervais's joke about her at the Golden Globes.
"On Ricky, I think what I'm going to do is call the Golden Globes and see if they need a new host for next year," she told the audience. "And we'll solve that problem." (Shut it down, Caitlyn.)
The new season of I Am Cait debuts in March.
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