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Title : Reunion Rating : 4
First Aired : 5 Nov 1990 Stardate : 44246.3
Director : Jonathan Frakes Year : 2367
Writers : Drew Deighan, Jo Perry, Thomas Perry Season : 4
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Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 3
Review : Not bad. This episode weaves together two story arcs very neatly. Firstly, the Klingon politics issue. It makes some sense that K'mpec would choose Picard as arbiter, although I have to wonder if there was not some outsider Klingon available. Still, it works for the story. Gowron (as the outsider) seems to have been away somewhere - maybe he was a field commander - up against Duras, who had been on the High Council for some time (the insider). That sounds familiar (no names named)! We all knew that it must be Duras who was up to something, but they laid a few snippets that Gowron might have schemes of his own going. We also had the K'Ehleyr and Alexander story (curiously, he's named after one of Earth's great commanders). Once again, a convincing performance by Suzie Plakston made this believable, and some of her scenes worked really well. I'm slightly puzzled by Alexander's age, though, but maybe Klingons grow faster than Humans. The ending was also very convincing, except for one thing. The bat'leth is a hideously unweildy weapon, and a regular sword should defeat one easily (its reach alone should do the trick), yet still Worf won. Yes, he IS Worf after all, but still...
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