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  • I love the way the Klingons express themselves in an almost poetic way

    • by GenesisOne

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      Star Trek: The Next Generation - Heart Of Glory is easily one of my favorite episodes from the first season of the show and of Star Trek in general. What makes this episode just so good for me? Well for one, this episode offers a story that is thoroughly entertaining.

      It tells of three Klingons, disheartened by the alliance that now is in place between the Federation and Klingon Empire, and of the belief that the alliance and peace

      have led to Klingon warriors dying in bed of old age as compared to in battle.

      They believe the alliance has poisoned the very heart and spirit of the Klingon people with peace and they will not allow themselves to be poisoned as well.

      The dialogue in this episode is incredibly well written and the actors perform their lines with emotion and passion.

      I love the way the Klingons express themselves in an almost poetic way.

      Another reason I ...

      • love this episode is because it is an episode in season one, so that means the background music is rich and vibrant and really adds to the episode.

        Later seasons offered such dull and subtle background music, but in this episode, the music is so colorful and alive that it really intensifies the action and magnifies the wonder, where appropriate.

        Worf shines for really the first time in the show and the audience is allowed to feel with him,

        for the first time as well, how difficult it is to be torn between two words - that of humans and Starfleet and the Klingons and the Klingon Empire.

        In the final act, the climax is quite satisfying and entertaining, in part, thanks to Worf.

        This episode also fleshes out Klingon culture somewhat and allows the audience to sample something that is truly alien.

        It really enriches the episode.

        In every respect, this episode delivers and satisfies.

        One of Star Trek’s best!

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