Commander William T. Riker is charged with hosting Klingon commander Kurn, who takes his place as first officer as part of an exchange program. As expected his ruthlessly authoritative command style gets on everyone's nerve, but the worst is yet to come: Kurn reveals himself as Lieutenant Worf's younger brother, and demands he joins him in dealing with a blood feud, as their late father's honor is challenged by accusations of treason to the Empire in league with the Romulans during a bloody attack. The Enterprise sets course to the Klingon first city, while Picard fears legal and diplomatic repercussions. Data finds indications the Klingon records were doctored, possibly at Klingon High Council level, so the Enterprise crew sets out to find out the truth... Written by
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This episode won an Emmy in 1990 for Outstanding Art Direction in a Series. The award was given to Richard D. James
for production design and Jim Mees
for set decoration. See more
K'mpec gives a command in Klingon - something akin to "in my chambers!" after Kahlest is brought in as a witness. His mouth doesn't move when he gives the command. See more
[Picard informs Worf that he will go into the city's old quarter to look for Kahlest
It is too dangerous. You must not go alone.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Hey... I'm your cha'DIch.
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