Saturday, April 26, 2014

Don't mess with WORF!

Why is Worf rejected so much? In the STNG episode, "Coming of Age", while on the holodeck, Wesley and Worf discuss facing their fears. It was not revealed what Worf's "secret fear" was.




We know Klingons living to an old age is every warriors worst nightmare, as is being denied the right to die gloriously in battle. Actor Michael Dorn aka Worf has seen the youtube clip,

'Worf gets DENIED again and again on Star TNG' and was amused by it.

Heres what Michael had to say at a Comic and Toy Expo.

(Forward to 2mins 4sec)





In conclusion share with us now, warrior to warrior, 

What is your favorite Worfism?

Here mine: Assimilate this! 

9 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Stupid Klingon! Hey, at least he was amused by the whole thing.

Arlee Bird said...

I've never seen any of the Star Trek episodes after the original series. Just didn't watch TV much during those years. You've got quite a blog space for this space series though. Nice work.

Lee
Wrote By Rote
An A to Z Co-host blog

Lynda Dietz said...

One of my favorite Worf lines was when they did the Robin Hood episode.

"I am NOT a merry man!"

Jemi Fraser said...

Totally approve Lynda's line!

Susan Kane said...

It is not a line per se, but it is Worf's favorite beverage in 10 Forward. Prune juice.

Tony Laplume said...

Susan stole my prune juice reference. So instead I'll borrow his son Alexander's, "The higher the fewer." (Spoken ridiculously.)

Rusty Carl said...

I love how he said he wasn't interested in playing Worf again until they mentioned the money they were offering. "Please, tell me more."

And I wish they'd listened to him more often, the enterprise would have saved themselves tons of trouble if they did. I mean, I'm pretty sure he would have killed them all many times over as well, but still, he was the voice of common sense. Usually.

Lady Lilith said...

I am not familiar with a worf but they sound interesting.

Spacerguy said...

"If you were any other man I would kill you where you stand" is one of his greatest lines.

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