Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by Drago-Kazov, Nov 12, 2012.
My money is on Sam Lavelle. What do you guys think?
I don't know who the second biggest womaniser was, I just can tell you who wasn't: Geordi Laforge.
Mott the Barber. He's very hands-on. So to speak.
Picard, hell I'd almost put him OVER Riker. He got a LOT of tail over the course of the series.
Geordi had his creepy relationship with hologram Leah Brahms.
I think LaForge went after more women than Riker did, but they never worked out for various reasons.
That episode where Wesley zings Geordi "At least I don't get my women on the holodeck!"
That's like a double zing, lot of truth to it and more so coming from Wesley of all people!
Picard had a pretty long list, but he was more discrete and classy than Riker so people probably wouldn't categorize him as a skirt chaser.
But in the spirit of the thread, going with assumptions regarding extras, Ben the bartender. Managing to pull a bluff with a 8 10 jack and king showing, that man could talk his way into Fort Knox nonetheless a woman's pants.
Didn't he became better at talking to girls during the series?
On a related note, a "Rikeron" became 24th century slang for an erection.
Lt. Joesph Tribbiani.
Nothing on Memory-Alpha.
He's referring to Joey from Friends.
Picard or Data. Data did pretty well for himself, ya know, for an android.
While not a "womanizer," Deanna Troi seem to have had more sex partners than even Riker.
She wins when it come to body count.
As far as guys go, I'd say Outrageous Okona did more damage in 1 day on Enterprise than some guys did in 7 years.
He just probably sucked on her feet.
^Eeeww! I would never let some dude touch my feet. *cringe*
I think either Picard or Data. Picard had quite a list under his belt, but he was more suave about it. Data had a few, but they more chased him than he did them. It's a toss up between the two of them.
We need more evidence on Picard and Data probably rarely intiates romance/sex so i am not sure how he would fit into that category.
Separate names with a comma.