Worf hears the worst news he could imagine: that his father is alive and well on a Romulan prison planet. He sets off to investigate what became of the Klingons who survived the Khitomer massacre and discovers those prisoners may not want to be freed. Meanwhile, Data is having daddy issues of his own. A power surge causes his positronic brain to start vividly dreaming about the late Dr. Soong, and it seems that where theres smoke, there’s a bird! Birthright Parts I and II on this week’s Mission Log.
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