Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by LeadHead, Oct 14, 2013.
New Contest! Better late than never!
Not that there's anything wrong with that....
Crockett: I heard that Klingons are too cowardly to admit they are gay.
Worf: No we are not!
Tubbs: Not cowardly?
Crockett: So a Klingon officer would admit he was gay?
Tubbs: Otherwise he would be a coward?
Crockett: But you're not a coward.
Tubbs: Then you can admit you are gay?
Crockett: So you are a coward.
Worf: I am Klingon!
Tubbs: Klingons can't be gay?
Worf: Of course they can be gay!
Crockett: If they're not cowards?
Worf: Yes! But I am not gay!
Tubbs: But...you could be gay?
Crockett: Ohh, because you're afraid of Klingons finding out.
Worf: I am not afraid!
Tubbs: So you can come out of the closet?
Crockett: Because you're too brave to come out of the closet?
Tubbs: You're saying that Klingon bravery stays in the closet?
Worf: I will kill you where you stand!
Crockett: Oh, so you'd rather dishonor the Klingon empire than admit you were gay.
Worf: No I would not! We Klingons demand honor in all things!
Tubbs: So Klingon honor demands a Klingon officer should be brave enough to admit he's gay? Otherwise he's dishonoring the whole Klingon empire?
Crockett: Oh, I see. You won't admit you're gay because you are brave but have no honor.
Worf: No! I mean yes! I mean - look, I have warned you about confusing superior officers. Report to Counselor Troi's office immediately.
Tubbs: Yes sir. You don't have to hide your holodeck "calisthenics" lifestyle from us. The Enterprise is a "safe place."
Worf <alone in corridor>: I AM NEITHER GAY NOR A COWARD! That's what I should have said.
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