By Season 3 Worf had begun to 'unstiffen' considerably. I thought he was very rigid and perhaps a bit wooden in the first two seasons, perhaps trying to play up the unusual presence of a Klingon on the Federation flagship. ... For no apparent reason, I'm reminded of some of the funniest TNG moments, these from Generations: Data: I would be happy to, sir. I just love scanning for life forms! Sings Data: Life forms! You tiny little life forms! You precious little life forms! Where are you? ... When Data tries a drink at the bar in Ten Forward and doesn't like it: Data: I hate this! It is revolting! Guinan: More? Data: Please! ... Lursa: Where is he now? B'Etor: I don't know? He bathed, now he's roaming the ship. He must be the only engineer in Starfleet who doesn't GO TO ENGINEERING! ... And as a general comment, I'd definitely say that Generations is underrated. I think Kirk's death at the beginning is very sad, the 'lecture' Kirk gives Picard about never relinquishing command of the Enterprise drives right to the heart of Star Trek, and I think the Enterprise itself gets a suitably spectacular send off. "...somehow I doubt this ship will be the last to carry the name 'Enterprise'."