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Desc:Data must explain feline care.
Category:Classic TV Clips
Tags:star trek, TNG, data, Worf, CATegory
Submitted:pathetique
Date:02/23/12
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Comment count is 17
chumbucket
Data as a cat owner was one of the best aspects of writing in this show.
Meerkat
He did nail the alienated lonely nerd cat owner thing.

And Yar.


Oscar Wildcat
You would think, having all the mating habits of cats, he'd be a little more sympathetic.
memedumpster
Data kept his phaser in his desk next to the gin.
muffinbutt
Tell him he is a pretty cat.
fatatty
A perfect cut.
BHWW
I WILL FEED HIM.

Yes Worf, stand up for your dignity aboard this crazy mixed up starship for once, even over as small an issue as this.
MrBuddy
My wife and I still have the line, "I will feed him" as a private joke between us.

Callamon
Worf was raised on earth from a young age. I'd think he'd know what a cat was.
Xenocide
That part of Worf's backstory seems like something the writers deeply regretted. They dealt with it by completely ignoring it, so Worf is somehow totally ignorant of basic facts about the planet he grew up on.

memedumpster
Seems like a normal human not-cat-person to me.

IrishWhiskey
I think they generally did a good job of showing how Worf is that way, not because he's Klingon, but because he's just a guy who naturally has a stick up his ass.

He's more severe than most Klingons, both because he's felt the need to affirm his heritage ever since he was a child, and because he's just generally grumpy and anti-social. His parents are in at least one episode, and it's implied that they're such easy-going and cheerful people that Worf probably tried to be the opposite as a form of asserting his independence. Other Klingons raised on Earth or in Starfleet are much more approachable. Every time they visit Kronos, it's clear that Worf is much more into "the Klingon way of life" than his own people.

...you know, I haven't even watched an episode in years. I've only seen most episodes once. Yet I could probably go on about Worf for hours more than the work I'm supposed to be an expert on.

Cyberblah
I'm loving Worf is a Doofus Week.
Xenocide
"...to my pet Space Crocodile."
dead_cat
And you know once they got back to Worf's place, that cat kicked his ass.
andybrownie
goodbye spot...


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