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Old 08-04-2008, 04:27 AM
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Because he is the Federation Ambassador to the Klingons, not the Klingon Ambassador to the Federation, so he'd still wear his Star Fleet uniform.
I have never seen an ambassador in Trek ever wear a uniform.
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The characters were different in the movie, and I don't really think any of it was for the better. Was the director different than First Contact and Insurrection?
Yeah... First Contact and Insurrection were both directed by Jonathan Frakes (Riker), Nemesis was directed by Stuart Baird.
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Old 08-06-2008, 09:50 AM
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I think the only change I've ever really hated regarding the characters was turning Worf into a comic relief, and that had been going on since Insurrection...otherwise, the characters seemed just fine. (IMHPO)
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I think he suited the comic relief better than Data, his delivery of the lines was better. To me it didn't detract from his Klingon-ness (i know that's not a word but!). You knew he could still be fearsome.
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