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Sons and Daughters

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Series :
Deep Space Nine
Rating :
2
Disc No :
Episode :
126
First Aired :
13 Oct 1997
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Unknown
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Not really a nitpick... but Alexander is eight years old in this episode. Yet he looks about eighteen. I guess Klingons just grow up quicker.

Plotline

When Worfs son Alexander arrives to serve on board the Rotarran despite lacking any warrior skills, his father faces the choice between trying to protect the boy or leaving him to fend for himself.
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