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Sins of the Father is the best Klingon episode by Kiaphet Amman'sor - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 09:05:01 EST ID:l5TvN503 No.65064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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🖖You are the son of a traitor

🖖*WHACK*

🖖Okay, I'm ready now

I wish I had a gif of Worf smacking Duras.

Sins of the Father is imo the best Klingon episode. There are probably a score of great Klingon episodes in TNG and DS9 but none of them really come close to being as satisfying as watching Worf try to redeem his family when the odds are so stacked against him, and getting out alive. And the bromance between Picard and Worf that develops is just so beautiful. We get to meet Kern, who is through and through a great Klingon character imo. Who are your favorite Klingons and what are your favorite Klingon episodes.

A runner up for me might be Worf's trial episode in DS9 when he faces trial for blowing up a shuttlecraft in the heat of battle.

>Klingon thread
>Inb4 Gowron eyes
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Gralik Durr - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 12:31:47 EST ID:vfKzFqQZ No.65067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think Klingon women in TNG are pretty hot and I would let one dom me.
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Guinan - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 16:27:34 EST ID:QM3dFhLK No.65069 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>65067
You probably wouldn't have much say in the matter.

That reminds me of how much I enjoyed A Matter of Honor, though. Along with growing the beard, that scene where Riker says he could endure both Klingon women aboard just further solidified him into the Riker we've come to admire.
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Guinan - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 19:33:31 EST ID:A7VCaQlc No.65073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65069
One of the most underrated episodes aside from the one with the immortal chick with the murdervirus
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The Traveler - Sun, 01 Jul 2018 10:31:56 EST ID:2AD8DySp No.65083 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i really liked the episode where picard goes wandering into some klingon city and almost gets stabbed when some lady saves him. it was a very big nod to the star wars franchise, with a strong tatooine feel to it
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Furel - Mon, 02 Jul 2018 01:38:20 EST ID:vfKzFqQZ No.65089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65069
I'm going through the Trek for the first time and that's been one of my favorite episodes so far. The Klingons are just great. A fantastic species.
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Darlene Kursky - Mon, 02 Jul 2018 12:44:27 EST ID:7laFE9AV No.65090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65069
Eh, Klingon women strike me more as the type to be angry they could still breath while you face fucked them, because that kinda fucking won't get you into Sto-Vo-Kor
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Private E Hamboyan - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 03:10:21 EST ID:MUJ4M6tq No.65119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>65090
>assuming you're the one doing the fucking
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Captain Blackwood - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 07:27:15 EST ID:kDEdbseZ No.65120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>65090
If the mating itself is anything like the mating ritual, putting your dick in her face is probably a bad idea.

>AHHHHHHH! That is how the Klingon lures a mate.
>Are you telling me to go yell at Salia?
>No. Men do not roar. Women roar... and they hurl heavy objects... and claw at you.
>What does the man do?
>He reads love poetry... He ducks a lot.
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The Traveler - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 16:26:03 EST ID:fyCHQMkU No.65125 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My favorite Klingon episodes are from the TNG and DS9, but Day of the Dove holds a special place. It's delightfully silly with a solid message, the hallmark of a good TOS season 3 episode, and I always get a kick out of watching Kang slap the shit out of Spock's back at the end. The look on Nimoy's face makes me think he was half stifling laughter and half holding back the urge to gut punch Michael Ansara.
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The Traveler - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 16:26:42 EST ID:fyCHQMkU No.65126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65125
*the TNG and DS9 era,

nb
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Ambassador K'Ehleyr - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 21:00:29 EST ID:IiYz8DlB No.65129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65125
He slapped Kirk, so I'm pretty sure Nimoy was stifling laughter because Ansara did indeed smack the hell out of Shatner. Fortunately The Shat is unstoppable, so he laughed it off and made that entity realize it fucked with the wrong captain.
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Prinadora - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 00:22:30 EST ID:VMzkd+vv No.65130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65090
>Klingon women strike me more

Sounds about right.
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Guinan - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 04:24:11 EST ID:D65nZOLV No.65131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A surprisingly good Klingon episode is Voyager's "Barge of the Dead", one of the best Voyager episodes in my opinion. B'elanna can be an annoying bitch sometimes, but occasionally she's great. This is the latter.
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Lt. Cmdr. Jack Crusher - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 15:13:15 EST ID:SfiMcBo4 No.65132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65131
Yeah Voyager has a lot of duds but there's stil some decent enough Star Treks hiding in there.
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Dejar - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 15:41:44 EST ID:083YP+Nv No.65134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65132
As they say
>There's coffee in that nebula

Fucking somewhere.
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Odo - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 17:38:33 EST ID:4WVh8sFm No.65136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65132
pretty much this
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Lt. JG Nog - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 19:49:17 EST ID:l5TvN503 No.65138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>65131
I forgot that episode exists. I was kinda wanting to watch some voyager again but I can't really remember what the good episodes were, but Barge of the Dead was great. Any time I think to watch Voyager I just end up watching Renaissance Man for much EMH.
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Gaylord McFaggel-Tits !!RHC2Xv+U - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 13:43:14 EST ID:/WoIDTO+ No.65148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you like Worf, then never watch DS9: Let He Who Is Without Sin...

That will 100% make you loathe him forever, like I did.
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Icheb - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 14:23:48 EST ID:+4nF7Zo4 No.65149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65148
Felt the opposite. As with TNG "The Enemy" I understood Worf's decision and had a certain degree of respect for it. If Worf weren't so rigid he wouldn't be Worf. I was even a bit disappointed that he did carry out the mission in "Change of Heart." Sentimentality and joviality don't suit him. A moment here or there with Alexander or Dax, sure, but more than that is out of character.

It made sense that he'd be allured by a similarly rigid group, even moreso when stuck on a planet of (relative) depravity with a group of cheerful, libidinous humanoids who keep telling him to loosen up. It's debatable if the New Essentialists message wasn't a worthwhile one, but to me it was interesting and made them seem more misguided than anything.
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Icheb - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 14:25:38 EST ID:+4nF7Zo4 No.65150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65149
*that he DIDN'T carry out the mission in "Change of Heart." nb
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Nava - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 22:08:08 EST ID:VgH3vRSA No.65156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I like the DS9 one where he wins like 9 fights in a row against the Jem Hadar
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Jack - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 04:57:28 EST ID:4WVh8sFm No.65157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65148
is that the Risa one cuz yeah the Risa one cemented Warf as a forever bitch
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Grimp - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 11:38:48 EST ID:/WoIDTO+ No.65159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65157

Yes, the one where he joins a religious extremist terrorist group because "I killed a teammate because of my Klingon strength."


>>65149

From a character standpoint, I understand but honestly, I still disagree. To me, the best Worf story is DS9: The Rules of Engagement where he was to stand trail for killing his own people.
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Corporal F Hawkins - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 18:35:29 EST ID:/MOmJTY8 No.65160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65064
WORDS THAT KILL
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Belongo - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 09:04:27 EST ID:KGL1tgWI No.65161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65064
Martoksmirk.jpeg
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Admiral William J Ross - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 00:04:37 EST ID:pSEqvwv9 No.65167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anyone looking for a reason to hate Worf (or really question Bashir) needs to look no further than Sons of Mogh. Shame they never made Worf have to face Kurn again.
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Travis Mayweather - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 14:55:37 EST ID:YfkobwE0 No.65170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65167
You can't hate Whorf. He's a good principled man. He also happens to be a fucking tool and has to struggle with reconciling two very different cultures which he mostly does well, just sometimes he fucks up so badly that even Sisko has to find a new level of rage for him constantly. Sometimes he's a petulant brat like the way he reacted to cute but useless Dax with all the "U HOR" nonsense, but then he also helped Quark score with Grilka just because he wanted to aid the cause of romance. He's an interesting character with his ups and downs and that's his charm. Like a inversion of Quark.
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Q - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 15:08:35 EST ID:0KyxXOfA No.65171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65131
Barge of the Dead is literally a 2/10 episode, nothing really happens in it and there's no important sci-fi theme. Prove me wrong.
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Jennifer Sisko - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 17:36:01 EST ID:5uU+DoWU No.65172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65171
There was plenty of medical technobabble in this episode I think.
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Major Rakal - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 18:36:51 EST ID:PZs0+Uvl No.65173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65171
I can't disprove your opinion nor would I care to debate Voyager, but "nothing really happens in it (which I'm reading as "nothing of lasting consequence") and there's no important sci-fi theme" describes a lot of good and/or popular episdoes from just about every iteration of Trek,
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Administrator V'Las - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 18:54:17 EST ID:SfiMcBo4 No.65174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65172
there was technobabble and alien spiritual bullshit
that's like, at least a trek worth there
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Admiral Hayes - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 13:17:04 EST ID:l5TvN503 No.65181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65171
Well it's a standalone. I guess you could say that nothing happens if you don't think that Belanna's character development regarding her halfling Klingon heritage isn't of consequence. But it does feel very reminiscent to some of the struggles Worf had with his own heritage in TNG.

It's spiritual but that doesn't mean it's not sci fi. They used space science to make her die and bring her back which is a cornerstone of the plot. Janeway's dilemma on whether or not to use this dangerous future medical tech on one of her crew is a pretty standard trek theme.


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