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Redemption, Part 1

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Series :
The Next Generation
Rating :
5
Disc No :
Episode :
99
First Aired :
17 Jun 1991
Stardate :
44161.2
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YATI :
Gowron claims that women cannot serve on the high council. Yet in Star Trek VI, Gorkon's daughter Azetbur replaced him as the leader of the council after his death.

Also, we see in this episode that Worf has red blood. Why isn't it purple, like all the blood in ST VI was? Does Klingon blood only become purple when they are in zero gee for a few minutes?

Great Moment :
Worf's walk to the turbolift. A superb sendoff.
Factoid :
This episode features the more revealing Klingon female warrior armour, which is known amongst fans as "Klingon kleavage". Reportedly, neither Barbara March nor Gwynyth Walsh required any form of padding for the uniform.

Plotline

The Klingon empire is plunged into a bloody civil war by the Duras sisters, Lursa and B'Etor. Worf must finially deside where his loyalties lie.
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