Gul Re'jal wrote:
I liked Alexander. Finally not a super-hero-honourable-blah-blah-blah Klingon, but someone completely different. I found him very "refreshing".
Um, TNG already had him shaping up as a "refreshing" or "different" Klingon. Remember "Firstborn"? It was clear Alexander was on a different path than a typical Klingon (potential diplomat) and that Worf was starting to appreciate this.
DS9 totally ruined Alexander. It was one of the few times this great show just took a decent idea and trashed it. And for comic relief of all things!!!
TNG Alexander over DS9 Alexander any day. "Firstborn" is one of my favourite eps and finally shows a true bond developing between Worf and his son, one of understanding. Both of them had forgotten it all by the time of "Sons and Daughters" though. Shame.