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Classic Worf DS9 Quote

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I liked "assimilate this!" in First Contact.

I love that one!

 

Another classic Worf quote: "Sir, I must protest. I am not a merry man!"

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Stardate:213507.9

 

 

 

How about when the Niners are facing the Vulcans and every body is saying "hey batter batter!" and Worf says"Kill the opposistion!!!!!!!" :)

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Picard: "Worf, I regret some of the things I said to you."

 

Worf: SOME?!

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I liked "assimilate this!" in First Contact.

I love that one!

 

Another classic Worf quote: "Sir, I must protest. I am not a merry man!"

B)

ahahaha

 

Still laughing..

 

This is soo funny :-)

 

YEah, Worf is gooood for his quote

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That is hilarious. But I love the conversation between Ezri and Sisko about Sisko intimidating Worf.

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Stardate:213507.9

 

 

 

How about when the Niners are facing the Vulcans and every body is saying "hey batter batter!" and Worf says"Kill the opposistion!!!!!!!" :clap:

I think it's actually "Death to the opposition!" Later, when Nog is trying to tag the Vulcan who never touched home plate and asks what he should do, Worf responds, "Find him and kill him!" Now THAT'S classic. :clap:

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Stardate:213507.9

 

 

 

How about when the Niners are facing the Vulcans and every body is saying "hey batter batter!" and Worf says"Kill the opposistion!!!!!!!" :D

I think it's actually "Death to the opposition!" Later, when Nog is trying to tag the Vulcan who never touched home plate and asks what he should do, Worf responds, "Find him and kill him!" Now THAT'S classic. :D

Yes, that was classic. Worf always had great lines.

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Stardate:213507.9

 

 

 

How about when the Niners are facing the Vulcans and every body is saying "hey batter batter!" and Worf says"Kill the opposistion!!!!!!!" :D

I think it's actually "Death to the opposition!" Later, when Nog is trying to tag the Vulcan who never touched home plate and asks what he should do, Worf responds, "Find him and kill him!" Now THAT'S classic. :D

Yes, that was classic. Worf always had great lines.

I Never Noticed he Said that, LOL

 

Michael Dorn must have enjoyed playing Worf, hehe

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Indeed. I remember him talking about Worf and he said he really liked him. I love to hear this, I think it is important that an actor can identify with the character he plays...

 

 

Mrs. Captain Picard

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Well he played Worf for 7 years on TNG and for 4 years on DS9 then the movies. In all he's been playing Worf for 16 years now. (1987 to 2003)

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I watched Children of Time again last night and there a classic Worf quote in it.

 

 

I love this quote!

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I still love this quote lol

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Not showing up for me, but I don't have Flash installed... is it something in Klingon that can't be typed out? *confused*

 

"Perhaps today IS a good day to die!"

-and-

"If you were any other man, I would kill you where you stand!"

 

both from Star Trek VIII: First Contact.

 

The Robin Hood one was good too. I can't remember the episode title, but that's one of my favorite TNG episodes. :veryangry:

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Yes, "Find him and kill him" is always funny :veryangry:

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Not showing up for me, but I don't have Flash installed... is it something in Klingon that can't be typed out? *confused*

 

"Perhaps today IS a good day to die!"

-and-

"If you were any other man, I would kill you where you stand!"

 

both from Star Trek VIII: First Contact.

 

The Robin Hood one was good too.  I can't remember the episode title, but that's one of my favorite TNG episodes. :veryangry:

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It's a child asking him:

 

Kid: "Are you the Son of Moge?"

 

Worf: "Yes, I am."

 

Kid: "Is it true you can kill someone just by looking at them?"

 

Worf: "Only when I am angry."

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"I am NOT A MERRY MAN!!!" was my favorite quote as well. I beleive it was from Q-PID.

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Worf has had some great lines throughout the years. Don't think I have a favourite.

 

I do love "Assimilate this!".

 

(Think I'll watch it again now).

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Just saw another great one.

 

In the TNG episode 'Disaster', it's basically the whole scene when he's helping Keiko through labour, it's all very funny but one line in particular. Just when he looks up at her and announces "Congratulations. You are fully dilated to ten centimeters...You may now give birth."

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In 'What you leave Behind', on the bridge of the Defiant, Worf and Ezri are having a talk about Ezri and Bashir having "Foriegn Relations".

 

Ezri: So you approve?

 

Worf: yes...Of course, Now I must kill him...

 

 

That is grand! And of course, from First Contact...

 

Worf: The Defiant?

 

Picard: Adrift, but salvagable.

 

Riker: Tough little ship.

 

Worf: Little?

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Worf: I feel a sneese coming.

Geordi: A Klingon sneese?

Worf: (No doubt thinking this was a stupid question) Only kind I know.

Which episode?

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It was that one where Wesley caught a virus on the holodeck and spread it to the crew. He also pelted Picard with a snowball while Picard was standing *outside* the holodeck. The snowball should have ceased to exist when it reached the hallway but it didn't.

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