Re: Have Star Trek Writers Ever Tried to Create an Unlikable Character Indeed. I would argue that there's more character development for T'Lana (and that she's portrayed as more of a three-dimensional character overall) in her one short scene in Greater Than The Sum than in all of Before Dishonor. As for Leybenzon, I flat out couldn't stand him in any of his appearances. Didn't find him interesting, didn't find him understandable or relatable, and couldn't wait to see him go. Well, yeah, the characters didn't seem to like him very much. Me, I thought he was great. EEK! I forgot about him. Yeah, a total schmuck.