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It was a Klingon propaganda device. The Klingons apparently appreciated the works of Shakespeare so much that they 'retconned' him to be one of their own poets rather than a human from Earth. From Wikipedia's article on The Klingon Hamlet, sourced to the DVD commentary on the film Star Trek VI: the Undiscovered Country: The film's director Nicholas ...


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I don't think the whole problem was ever explained and I guess in the end it's really just a plot device, especially considering how often McCoy scanned and treated alien lifeforms without any problems. While I can't name any "precedent", the movie's story is essentially a trope: two parties want to make piece, hardliners sabotage it, inconvenient ...


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But I am constant as the northern star,     Julius Caesar Act 3 Scene 1 Page 4 To be or not to be?     Hamlet Act 3 Scene 1 The undiscovered country     The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark Act 3 Scene 1 Once more unto the breach, dear friends     Henry 5 Act 3 Scene 1 Cry ...


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The Federation and the Klingon Empire were at war for a long time blasting each other. I imagine both species wouldn't be overly familiar with each physiology enough to save anyone.


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In the old series. James Kirk played many roles. He played a surgically modified human made to look romulan to steal the cloaking device. A drill thrall in the gamesters of triskellion. He played the character called Baroner in the Organian -Klingon conflict. He played a Native American named Kurok after his memory was erased in the control room of asteroid ...



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