Suzie Plakson’s Romance With Worf Began A Petite Feud Between Megastar Trek Writers

The stock finds that first of all there have been plans for Plakson’s persona, the Vulcan Dr. Selar from Tormé’s episode “The Schizoid Man,” to grow to be entangled romantically with everybody’s favourite ill-natured Klingon. Sadly, there have been already plans in playground for the episode “The Emissary,” which introduces the half-Klingon ambassador Ok’Ehleyr, a strong-willed lady who refuses to let Klingon tradition dictate anything else about her moment. Tormé felt that the speculation at the back of “The Emissary” was once “obvious,” and he declared that “had it been a Vulcan, it would have been a lot more interesting.” A Vulcan would have made the potential of Worf’s son, Alexander, a lot much less most likely, on the other hand, and getting to peer Worf be the worst dad within the galaxy is an integral a part of his persona. 

Bole, who directed the episode, had his personal ideas on Plakson’s position:

“I think I let [Suzie Plakson] get overboard a little bit. She was a little too broad, but she’s a talented lady. I think the Klingon shows are fun to do, because you can go a little broad with them. Who the hell knows what a Klingon is anyway? Who knows how Klingons make love? In ‘The Emissary’ I came up with that thing where she digs into his hand and there’s all the blood. I did that on set. I was wondering what these people do, and I had the image of bones breaking and felt that’s what they do when they get it on.”

Mercy me, Mr. Bole, however is there actually any alternative option to play games a Klingon? Later taking part in a particularly blocked Vulcan, who can blame her for going bulky and ambitious as a half-Klingon? 


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