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Old August 1 2014, 12:43 PM   #91
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Re: Why, oh why did the writers have Jadzia Dax and Worf marry?

I prefered when they were single and flirting, as it just flummoxed him which was always fun to see. Them as a couple and then married never bothered me though, they did have some good banter scenes, though the OTT wedding wasn't my cup of tea.

Personally, I'd have had Jadzia and Bashir to get together.

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DS9 even does a great job with the bromance of Miles and Julian.
I'm going to anger some fans here, but, IMHO, this was the best bromance of all Trek!

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I'll never understand how Keiko got this reputation for complaining all the time.

She sacrificed her career to follow her husband to a miserable assignment, then she stood up for the children's right to receive an uncensored education and was willing to stick at the miserable assignment even when she had absolutely nothing to do there. She never once got in the way of Miles' friendship with Julian, and after she got back from Bajor when she saw he was happier when he got to hang out with him, she manipulated them into having playtime.
I loved Keiko, she further helped add to O'Brien's "everyman" persona, keeping him grounded as he went off and solved technical problems, fought wars, and so forth, whilst still being a character of her own.

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I agree Jadzia should have died in Change of Heart.
I agree, it would've been a better episode for Jadzia to have died, especially if Worf had done just as he did, but got back to her to find her dead. So the mission is a failure and he loses his wife on the same day.
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Old August 3 2014, 12:25 AM   #92
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Re: Why, oh why did the writers have Jadzia Dax and Worf marry?

I watched "Tears of the Prophets" last night, and the scene where Jadzia was killed felt just as sad as the first time I had watched it. Dax, so full of hope for a baby, and just struck down; her death so pointless.
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