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Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places

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Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 2
Disc No : 5.1 Episode : 100
First Aired : 14 Oct 1996 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Andrew J. Robinson Year : 2373
Writers : Ronald D. Moore Season : 5
Guest Cast :
Joseph Ruskin as Tumek
Mary Kay Adams as Grilka
Phil Morris as Thopok
Rosalind Chao as Keiko O'Brien
YATI : In TNG's "The Dauphin" Wesley asks Worf how to get a girl. Worf screams a blood curdling scream, then states that "Men do not roar. Women roar. Then they hurl heavy objects, and claw at you." About the men he says "He reads love poetry... he ducks a lot." When Wesley declines this advice Worf advises him condescendingly to "Go to her door. Beg like a human."

In TNG's "In Theory" Data asks Worf for relationship advice. Worf replies "Klingons do not pursue relationships. They conquer that which they desire!"

Now watch this episode with those lines in mind. Worf's seduction routine here is nothing like any of that. In fact, he "begs" a good deal more than is common in human dating, now or in the 24th century.

Great Moment : Dax finally gets Worf to notice her! You GO, girl!
Quote : "If I were in your shoes I would be looking for someone a little more entertaining, a little more fun, and maybe even a little more attainable." - Dax to Worf, dropping a heavy hint.

Plotline

Worf must help Quark to get closer to his ex-wife, the lady Grilka. But while expending all his efforts on Quark's love life, he is missing the opportunity of a lifetime under his own nose.


Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 2,594 Last updated : 1 Oct 2013