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were criminal-like. Still it appears that Kolos doesn't get to change much since the warrior class still maintains its dominance as we can see in TOS. Nevertheless, it shows how the concept of honor becomes an important part of the Klingon psyche. Perhaps this will be Kolos' legacy?
This episode was well-paced and the aura of repression whether it was of the truth or the rights of the accused was well maintained throughout the episode. The director brought out the best from the actors as well. I particular liked the camera angles that were chosen for the scenes in the tribunal hall.
This was a well-written episode with some nice touches of continuity as when Kolos recounts Archer's deeds regarding the Klingons as seen in "Broken Bow" and "Sleeping Dogs".
I give this one a B.
Gisele La Roche,