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“Don’t you feel better? I do.” Haha, he is such an asshole.
Nana is in Torchwood: Miracle Day. I don’t know who she is playing.
Gul Duka; You love to hate him.
@orliluvr1432 Yes, but I have always understood the ending to be Sisko going to be with the prophets for about a year and then returning to DS9. But we never see that.
It’s a shame that Dukat and the mirror Kira never met. I’m sure that would have been a very scary duo.
This is where TOS and TNG lost me. I found no closure to a story told. That is where Voyager and DS9 succeeded. You knew from the very start what the mission was and what the end would be about. Voyagers mission was to get home, they did, crippling the Borg; destroying the Borg Queen as a further reward. DS9’s mission, to induct Bajorans into the Federation battling prejudice resistance, saving humanity and the existence of 2 quadrants of species from annihilation. DS9 was the best Trek of all!
Just call it what it is.. he had a Bajoran fetish… Lovers with Kira’s mom… Ziyal was half Bajoran… altering himself to look Bajoran and having an affair with Kai Winn… the psychology is spot on.. That’s why I loved DS9
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@corbinmichael123 Nah I liked it the way it was. Damar’s fate was meant for him. I think Dukat’s end was what he deserved, it’s just too bad Sisko had to go over the cliff with him.
(…) Now that’s not your stereotypical Star Trek villain, and that’s why DS9′s always had a rather special place in the Trek part of my heart.
That’s what makes the show stand out – if Dukat was just plain old evil, the character wouldn’t be worth squat. Dukat could have been the hero he envisioned himself as if only he stopped doing things for that purpose and started doing them for reasons that actually matter (like his family, his people, his honor, and all the other stuff he left by the wayside).
@orliluvr1432 Yeah! Dukat was AWESOME!!! Gotta admit though. Didn’t like the direction they took his character (though it made for an AWESOME ending). I always felt Damar’s fate should have been his. But that’s just me.
@corbinmichael123 well I’m sure you know what I mean. He wasn’t himself. He didn’t even know it. And it doesn’t change the fact that he’s still quite a strong character. I feel quite sorry him sometimes
Isnt true evil, evil in the name of good?
@orliluvr1432 For awhile? I don’t think he ever really came out of it.
@Quessir he was a well made villan
@Quessir Great character indeed… we’re made to hate him from the onset, to loathe his guts because of his evil deeds, his seemingly evil demeanor, but a couple of seasons in, we see different sides of the man. A lonely, desperate soul striking out at people he thinks are his enemies when they could be his allies, making wrong decisions in failed attempts to better his life, misunderstood loyalties towards his people, etc.
@FrakkinToasterLuvva Yes, I like how you formulated it. Indeed, he did not deserve forgiveness because he never admitted his guilt. He never really asked for forgiveness, he asked for justification of his actions.
Just think about that. He Slept with Kira’s Mom and then Decided to hit on Kira.
Ewwwwwwwwwwwwww Dukat’s a Nasty old Man. DX
I agree she was hot but that hairstyle on the character has to go.
She really looks like she’s wearing a jacket and no shirt
@Sarc37 I don’t see Garak, you must be mistaken.
@Quessir the books are not cannon. not one
@Superapeaholic up the irons.. hail from the usa
@IRONMAIDENFAN2006 hhaha..she is major hot… oh and up the irons !!!