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Once More Unto the Breach 

An aged Kor requests an opportunity to die with honor as a warrior.

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An aged Kor requests an opportunity to die with honor as a warrior.

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Armin Shimerman sees this episode as setting up his character for the rest of the season; "For the most part, the season is about Quark either mourning Jadzia or pursuing Ezri". See more »

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(at around 20 mins) Quark hands a tray with empty glasses across the bar. The tray moves considerably, but the stemmed glasses stay stuck to the tray; they are obviously glued to the tray. See more »

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Lt. Commander Worf: Today was not my day to die.
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References Star Trek: The Animated Series: The Time Trap (1973) See more »

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
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Written by Dennis McCarthy
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Bittersweet
27 January 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is the final appearance by John Colicos as the Klingon, Kor. When the show begins, General Martok is planning on a raid on a Dominion/Cardassian base. Kor would love to go, as he's elderly and wants what ALL Klingons want--a chance to die in combat. Worf is a friend of Kor's and so he goes to Martok to get Kor a commission on one of his ships. Unexpectedly, Martok refuses. It's all due to some minor slight that occurred long ago, but Martok is being petty and doesn't care about Kor's honor or his trip to Sto-vo-kor. But, because Worf assumed Martok would agree, Kor is ready to go on his final mission. What's to happen to this old and legendary Klingon?

Considering it is John Colicos' last show of any kind, it's well worth seeing. Folks of my generation know him well, with his many, many appearances in shows over the years (mostly as a villain) and so it's well worth seeing--if also a bit bittersweet.


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