Re: Does anyone else dislike Keiko O'brien?
Even Nechayev had her moments. After Picard treated her to tea-time, and the admiral gets up to leave...she gives him a sad smile, and meakly says, "Thank you...for making me feel welcome."
It's a nice moment of vulnerability and humanity for an otherwise unlikable character.
"I have been wounded but not yet slain. I shall lie here and bleed awhile. Then I shall rise and fight again."
"Forget it, Jake...it's Chinatown."