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"Don't tell me you'd object to a little genocide in the name of self defense."
To me what really elevates this scene is Garak acknowledgement that he'll die along with everyone else if he launches an attack and he's more than wiling to make that sacrifice.
everyone's talking about the genocide line, but honestly i prefer:
3 years later:
'Come now, mister Worf, you're a Klingon. Don't tell me you'd object to a little genocide in the name of self-defense'
Garak's mistake is that he tried that shit on the wrong Worf.
Worf knocked Garak so hard, HE... SEES... FOUR LIGHTS!
Garak - one of the best played, best written and most interesting characters TV has ever seen
Worf walks around all the time restraining his inner nature.....you know it makes his week to get punched in the face...."ahh! finally we can get physical!"
"You fight/hack/strategize/fly/shoot/argue/sneak well, for a tailor.
i have a feeling if anyone other then worf went into check on grak most of star trek history would have been changed.
DS9 Worf > TNG Worf. His character really came into his own in this series. He's such a bad ass.
Worf knew that gold-shirts are usually incompetent so he let them wait outside. ;) :D
Considering he's fighting Worf of all people, I'm surprised Garak lasted that long.
Was it me or did Worf seem a little surprised, maybe even shocked, at how well Garak could fight? It seems that Garak's initial resistance and skill in hand to hand kinda got Worf off-guard, he almost had a look of, "What the FUCK?! Garak can fight THIS good?!" before he decided to go Master moQBara on his ass. Which strangely resembles Karate strikes and a Judo throw. It's ALMOST as if Michael Dorn's background in the martial arts influenced that fight. MOST interesting...
lol, they broke the set. :) I dont believe, the hatch was supposed to fall down.
Garak was one of the most amazing and developed characters in this show. I think he is often overlooked.
I love how Garak doesn't even deny what he was working on.
The problem for Worf (on top of the whole honor thing) is the Gamma Quadrant descending into anarchy with the Jem'Hadar going nuts. Billions upon billions would still be dead only now it'd be the peoples of the Gamma Quadrant sufffering. Having been raised by the Federation, Worf views the lives of those outside his collective as important as those inside. Therefore a Gamma Quadrant in ruins is no better than an Alpha Quadrant in ruins. Despite having spent so much time with Bashir, Garak still hasn't realized that aspect of Federation psychology so he makes the mistake of appealing to Worf's sense of self-preservation.