Jeffrey Combs Star trek characters mentioned on Star trek.com

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  1. Reanok

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  2. Mr. Laser Beam

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    You might want to do some editing on that link. Right now we can't click on it.
     
  3. SolarisOne

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    Nay! Weyoun was the best.
     
  4. HopefulRomantic

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    I admired the nuances of Weyoun, Brunt always had me laughing, his Ferengi in Acquisition was a kick.

    But Shran is a masterpiece character. Just another reason we were robbed when ENT was prematurely cancelled. Imagine... 3 more seasons of Shran.

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  5. Reanok

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    thanks for fixing the link HR.:)
     
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  6. Miss Lemon

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    Thanks for the link @Reanok ! Shran is my favourite, too.
     
  7. Reanok

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    You're welcome I wanted to share the article because it was really interesting that Star Trek.com discussing all the different roles Jeffrey Combs has done in all the different Star Trek series. It would be neat if he got a role in the new Picard tv series.
     
  8. sekundant

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    Without Brunt, Quark would be uncompleted. I love all Weyouns, they have all their nuances but Shran as single person much more facets than all of them. He was even at "Andorian Incident" not my mother's villain.

    Whatsoever, Jeffrey Combs is unique! It is very unfair how Hollywood handle with Sci-fi and horror genres. Long live fans! :mallory: