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Old November 16 2009, 05:04 AM   #1
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Worf/Pulaski

Does anyone remember that episode where they were like flirting with each other? Ew.
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Old November 16 2009, 05:35 AM   #2
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Why the "Ew"? Seemed perfectly reasonable to me.
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Old November 16 2009, 05:58 AM   #3
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Re: Worf/Pulaski

I try to block out Pulaski in general, myself.
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Old November 16 2009, 06:06 AM   #4
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Does anyone remember that episode where they were like flirting with each other? Ew.

Uh, no. You're going to have to refresh my memory on that scene.
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Old November 16 2009, 11:10 AM   #5
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Re: Worf/Pulaski

Are you referring to the Klingon Tea Ceremony where she takes the antidote so they can drink the poisonous tea together? And then she asks him to quote her some of that Klingon poetry?
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Old November 16 2009, 02:44 PM   #6
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I try to block out Pulaski in general, myself.

Me too. In my opinion she was the worst thing in Season 2.
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Old November 16 2009, 04:06 PM   #7
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Really? I thought she was a breath of fresh air. So much more full of life than what most of the TNG characters were during those early years, and certainly much more so than Dr. Crusher. Just having someone who relates well to Worf but can't quite adjust to Data made for some interesting character interactions.
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Old November 16 2009, 04:12 PM   #8
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I liked her, too - I liked Crusher as well, but I didn't like what they did with her character that first season, and I thought there were some interesting possibilities with Pulaski. And I thought Pulaski and Worf were developing kind of an interesting friendship. I didn't get any hint of flirting, BTW.
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Old November 16 2009, 04:16 PM   #9
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Pulaski could have been a good character, if she wasn't simply a female version of McCoy.
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Old November 16 2009, 05:04 PM   #10
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Yeoman Randi wrote: View Post
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I try to block out Pulaski in general, myself.

Me too. In my opinion she was the worst thing in Season 2.
Agreed. Even to this day, after all this time, I do not like Dr. Pulaski.
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Old November 16 2009, 05:08 PM   #11
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Yeoman Randi wrote: View Post
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I try to block out Pulaski in general, myself.

Me too. In my opinion she was the worst thing in Season 2.
Her character seemed to be an attempt to get the old McCoy attitude back in the series. Didn't work so well imo.
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Old November 16 2009, 05:33 PM   #12
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Pulaski could have been a good character, if she wasn't simply a female version of McCoy.
Pulaski was not an exact carbon copy of McCoy. But, still, what's wrong with revisiting that particular character type? It was something TNG was distinctly lacking in, and there's no such thing as a character that's not a copy of something that's gone before.
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Old November 16 2009, 07:40 PM   #13
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Does anyone remember that episode where they were like flirting with each other? Ew.
It wasn't exactly flirting, but if you are talking about the ep when Kate covers Worf's butt after he passed out on the bidge because he had the 'Klingon Measles' (a child's desease). It was 'Up The Long Ladder'. He returned the favor by preforming the 'Klingon Tea Ceremony'.

Now as far as others have hinted, Kate's character was indeed a try at bringing back the McCoy style character, but by season's end, TPTB changed their minds and brought back Bev.
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Old November 16 2009, 07:57 PM   #14
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Does anyone remember that episode where they were like flirting with each other? Ew.
It wasn't exactly flirting, but if you are talking about the ep when Kate covers Worf's butt after he passed out on the bidge because he had the 'Klingon Measles' (a child's desease). It was 'Up The Long Ladder'. He returned the favor by preforming the 'Klingon Tea Ceremony'.

Now as far as others have hinted, Kate's character was indeed a try at bringing back the McCoy style character, but by season's end, TPTB changed their minds and brought back Bev.
Besides, it didn't make sense for Bev Crusher to leave her underaged son alone on a Starship, no matter how much you trust the crew and captain.
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Old November 16 2009, 07:59 PM   #15
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I like both doctors, But I though Pulaski was nice to have around, as everyone else was so damn nice.
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