The official Twitter account of Kol and other Klingons actor Kenneth Mitchell has posted as part of its cover photo a quote from Kol in Season 1 that says: "All I see is another attempt by humanity to rob us of our identity." This struck me in a way no other dialogue from Kol has that I can remember because it could, in fact, be a reference to the human Augment DNA that resulted in the Augment Virus that resulted in generations of Klingons having altered physical appearances including smooth, humanlike foreheads. Maybe this was already addressed when the episode featuring that line first aired and I've long since forgotten or never noticed a thread on the subject but it does make me wonder if that line was the creators' way of acknowledging the Augment Virus and its much-hated effect on the Klingon population without violating what was seen as Bryan Fuller's edict that the Klingon makeup be redesigned and they look different. This way the Klingon forehead arc in Enterprise could be referred to and acknowledged without the need to put Klingons in more human-looking makeup that would clash with the new makeup aesthetic developed for the series in Season 1. They could both stick to the Fuller-mandated Klingon redesign but at the same time throw a very subtle bone to the hardcore viewers who were around for and watched ENT. Thoughts?