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Star Trek’s Chief O’Brien Actor Colm Meaney Would Return for a Worf Series

In an interview with The Substantial Scenario, actor Colm Meaney, who played Chief Miles O’Brien in Star Scoot: The Next Technology and Star Scoot: Deep Place of abode 9, said he would possibly be originate to reprising the aim for a doable sequence primarily based fully round Michael Dorn’s Worf. The actor has been very vocal about his desire to achieve because the Son of Mogh, and now, it appears to be like esteem Dorn’s thought for a Captain Worf sequence has the toughen of now no longer now no longer as a lot as one extra of his worn co-stars and crewmates.

In 2021, actor Marina Sirtis, who played the aim of Counselor Deanna Troi on TNG, told The Substantial Scenario that she would most preserve to be conscious a Scoot sequence primarily based fully round Worf, announcing, “He’s a in truth standard persona, [and] it’s never been accomplished sooner than – to bear it regarding the Klingon Empire as a replace of the Federation.”

The closing time we saw the son of Mogh on the little masks was as soon as within the sequence finale of DS9, “What You Leave Behind.” In that episode, Worf had current a boom as Federation ambassador to the Klingon Homeworld, Qo’noS. Worf also appeared in all four TNG-centered motion pictures, including these that took boom after the DS9 season finale, but his place as ambassador is never as soon as more commented upon within the franchise.

Meaney would possibly be a charming addition to a Worf sequence, on condition that he and Worf every made their debut within the pilot episode of TNG, “Uncover at Farpoint,” and then every went on to seem within the sequence finales for every TNG and DS9. When closing we saw O’Brien, who did now no longer appear in any of the four TNG motion pictures, within the DS9 sequence finale. While Worf was as soon as leaving the place dwelling plain to alter into an envoy, O’Brien was as soon as also avoiding to a fresh stage of his life: he had current a boom as an engineering professor at Starfleet Academy in San Francisco on Earth.

Since then, O’Brien has been mentioned in Scoot, getting an especially memorable cry-out within the Star Scoot: Lower Decks season one episode “Temporal Edict.” Within the final moments of that account, the story jumps to the far future. Lower Decks printed that O’Brien would finally be recalled as “the finest particular person in Starfleet history,”… Most definitely attributable to whatever adventures he and Worf bear together!

Existence on Earth


There are a range of varied characters who returned to Earth after the conclusion of the many sequence on which they appeared. One other example is Jean-Luc Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart), who is shown living at his family vineyard in France in Picard’s first and 2nd seasons.

It’s also doubtless that the “slack” Commander Benjamin Sisko’s son, Jake Sisko (Cirroc Lofton), returned to Earth after the events of DS9. While we saw him gazing on the wormhole within the final minutes of the sequence, within the season four episode “The Visitor,” we saw a parallel timeline by which Jake returns to Earth after his father’s death. While there’s no guarantee that Jake Prime would gain the the same decisions, proximity would possibly counsel a clarification for Jake to be reunited on the side of his worn DS9 castmates on a doable Worf-centric sequence.

And within the later seasons of Star Scoot: Voyager, we be taught that Reginald Broccoli Barclay (Dwight Schultz) returned to Earth after serving on the Endeavor-D and Endeavor-E, the place he played an indispensable purpose in serving to Voyager return house (thanks in half to about a extra aid from his buddy Troi, who demonstrated that she’s now no longer above visiting Earth within the assignment). Which Scoot alum would you preserve to be conscious return in a doable Worf issue?

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