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Wed, Apr 5, 2017, 11:59pm (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S6: Birthright, Part II

I get Worf clinging to an idealistic view of heritage since he's a Klingon in a human culture, but sad to see that he's learned nothing from his time in Starfleet about respecting other's culture (these Klingons & Romulans had developed a new culture), thinking rather than acting on his feelings and the value of different peoples living peacefully. I agree that the truth is often ultimately better, but this concept could have been carried out in a more thoughtful way. I also would like have seen more consequences about Data's "vision" other than allowing himself to "dream" periodically. Or even closure where Data and Worf share moment in Ten Forward reflecting on what they've gained from their fathers.
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