In this episode, Worf withholds information about the kitimer survivors when questioned by Picard. Picard said "i understand" and based on his body language I am unsure if he really did understand the truth of what Worf said, or just took his lie at face value. I am curious to know what other peoples views are in this. Furthermore, does anyone else see Worf as being insubordinate? aswell as this episode where he has lied to a superior officer, Don't forget that one episode where Worf refused to return to the enterprise and instead went off to help the new klingon emperor Goron, on board his ship, there is also another episode where Worf leaves the enterprise and gets revenge for duros killing Worfs mate. (Btw was they actually married i thought they just considered it) Obviously Picard was not pleased and stated that if he was a federation officer, he must act like it, even if he did follow klingon law.. I beleive Picard also made a reprimand on klingons record for this. So what do you think? as Picard stated, he allows for cultural diversity, but all federation officers have to put the federation first, basically, as that is their main position. I am surprised he got away with so many things. resigning the federation to fight in a klingon civil war could be seen as federation involvement, that alone should have got him expelled from the federation.