Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CaptainStoner, Aug 20, 2009.
dishonourable dancing. I'll show how it's done!"
Unbeknownst to them, but knownst to us, Worf
practiced Klingon breakdancing, in which opposing dancers
put on parachute pants and wielded bat'leths.
It was not a good look. Worf
went berserk, first slaying the Ferengi, then
stomped off to find a competent tailor.
"No, wrong series," said Garak as he
boarded a shuttle for DS9. "My contract
calls for one good interrogation per episode."
"Don't worry, Odo will do it," said
Harry Kim. "The barriers between series seem
to be blurring."
"Who are you!?!?!" demanded
Khan. "I never forget a face!" But
these characters were in Barclay's holodeck simulation,
with the Goddesses of Empathy, Neck Massages,
two Gorns, Harry Mudd, and lens flare.
Blinded by the lens flare, Barclay abruptly
deleted Harry Mudd; he preferred the Gorn
lightly poached in a white wine sauce.
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