Worf’s brother has trouble coping with his new status in life.
Probably the best Klingon culture episode I’ve seen. Usually it’s all ‘Hulk Smash’, but here we see the other side of it. Worf is particularly good as the man with no home, but Kurn is pretty strong as well.
The main weakness is a couple of bad character moments to get to the main plot – most particularly, Worf agreeing to kill his brother to start with. It just doesn’t fit with his normal character at all. It’s introduced just to give the plot somewhere more dramatic to go.
(And there was some excellent flirting between Dax and Worf. That’s how relationship development should be done).
406 down, 331 to go.