Suddenly desiring to wed within the week on DS9, Worf and Jadzia go through their own Klingon rituals: Worf on a four day bachelor party with the male members of the crew & Jadzia deals ... See full summary »

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Suddenly desiring to wed within the week on DS9, Worf and Jadzia go through their own Klingon rituals: Worf on a four day bachelor party with the male members of the crew & Jadzia deals with her prospective mother-in-law, who totally opposes the idea of "an alien" marrying into her Klingon household. Written by Moviedude1

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Sirella was correct in calling Worf "The son of Mogh" during the wedding ceremony. Worf is not the son of Martok. When General Martok asked Worf to join his family (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Soldiers of the Empire) he said: "The House of Martok would be honored to welcome the son of Mogh into our family as a warrior and as a brother." Worfs complete title is: Worf - son of Mogh, of the Klingon House of Martok, of the Human family Rozhenko; mate to K'Ehleyr, father to Alexander Rozhenko, and husband to Jadzia Dax; Starfleet officer and soldier of the Empire; bane of the House of Duras; slayer of Gowron; Federation ambassador to Qo'noS. Title source: Memory Alpha (memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Worf) See more »

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Lt. Commander Worf: There are six trials we must face on the path to Kal'Hyah. This is the first - deprivation. We now begin a fast that will continue until the day of the wedding.
Doctor Bashir: That's four days away.
Martok: It is a short time, I know, but we must make the best of it.
Captain Sisko: What are the other five trials?
Lt. Commander Worf: Blood, pain, sacrifice, anguish, and death.
Doctor Bashir: Sounds like marriage alright.
Chief O'Brien: How would you know?
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
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The marriage made in hell is coming....
20 January 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

One of the problems I noticed in season 5 and 6 of "Star Trek: Deep Space 9" is the relationship between Worf and Jadzia Dax. While Dax liking a Klingon man makes a lot of sense in light of this being's past, you also wonder why a competent and supposedly intelligent lady would want to be with Worf. Most of the time, he's a nasty grouch. But more troubling is that he behaves like an abusive boyfriend--trying to control her. So, I was less than thrilled to see the characters marrying. I wanted to see Jadzia to meet someone better and marry them...such as Quark or Morn!

The show begins with Martok coming to DS9 with his lovely wife. Now that Worf is part of his family, it's appropriate for Martok to do the bachelor stuff with Worf while the new bride meets with Martok's wife, the matriarch. Two problems come up, however. Martok's wife is an evil shrew and she has little interest in allowing any non- Klingons into the clan. And, Jadzia hates her guts and would sooner kiss a rattlesnake than be nice to the lady. As for Worf, this Klingon bachelor party is about what you'd expect--a chance for his male buddies to gather around and suffer. Will the pair manage to survive these ordeals and actually get married?

This is an interesting episode. But, as I said above, it was hard to really care about the couple as they seemed so mismatched and strange. Still, it's worth a look.


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