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The Sons of Mogh

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 2
Disc No : 4.4 Episode : 86
First Aired : 12 Feb 1996 Stardate : 49556.2
Director : David Livingston Year : 2372
Writers : Ronald D. Moore Season : 4
Guest Cast :
D. Elliot Woods as Klingon officer
Dell Yount as Tilikia
Elliot Woods as Klingon Officer
Robert Doqui as Noggra
Tony Todd as Kurn
YATI : When Worf stabs Kurn, Odo says that he had better hope that Kurn doesn't die because then Worf will be charged with murder. As it happens Kurn lives, so everything is okay. So... there's no such thing as attempted murder on DS9? Stabbing somebody in the heart doesn't even rate an assault charge?
Quote : "I have never understood you, Worf. But I do know this... in your own way, you are an honourable man." - Kurn to Worf

Plotline

Worf faces some difficult decisions when his brother Kurn arrives on Deep Space Nine, honourless and determned to die.


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