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Klingon Cranial Ridges

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    goatas4

    [1]Jul 23, 2008
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    How come the Klingons have cranial ridges in Enterprise?

    They didn't in the Original Series, but then they did starting with the movies. Then, in DS9's Trials and Tribble-ations, when the DS9 crew see the Klingons w/o them, Worf says something like "Don't ask."

    Was this an Enterprise continuity error or was there an explanation?

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    Mafeu

    [2]Jul 23, 2008
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    goatas4 wrote:

    How come the Klingons have cranial ridges in Enterprise?

    They didn't in the Original Series, but then they did starting with the movies. Then, in DS9's Trials and Tribble-ations, when the DS9 crew see the Klingons w/o them, Worf says something like "Don't ask."

    Was this an Enterprise continuity error or was there an explanation?



    The presence of cranial ridges is explained in a fourth season three-parter: "Borderland" (1), "Cold Station 12" (2) and "The Augments" (3).
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    goatas4

    [3]Jul 23, 2008
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    Mafeu wrote:
    goatas4 wrote:

    How come the Klingons have cranial ridges in Enterprise?

    They didn't in the Original Series, but then they did starting with the movies. Then, in DS9's Trials and Tribble-ations, when the DS9 crew see the Klingons w/o them, Worf says something like "Don't ask."

    Was this an Enterprise continuity error or was there an explanation?

    The presence of cranial ridges is explained in a fourth season three-parter: "Borderland" (1), "Cold Station 12" (2) and "The Augments" (3).

    Thanks! I'll be getting to those episodes soon.

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