Q Junior

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Did you notice he has the "brat" trait? As far as I know, he is the only one. Will they make more brats? Who would they be?

Frankly, I think the term is a bit subjective. I think the term "entitled" fits better, and I can think of a few others who might be entitled while I'm not sure who else qualifies as brat.
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  • (HGH)Apollo(HGH)Apollo ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited August 21
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    It is great. I like it.

  • Vesmer wrote: »
    Wesley should have one too

    Ash does not have the "brat" trait. Likely searching for "brat" brings up Celebratory.
  • Prime LorQa [10F]Prime LorQa [10F] ✭✭✭✭✭
    These kids and Jean Luc Riker come to mind: (see also, Most Wanted thread)

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    Not that they're all bratty, but hey. Oh... And that one kid's imaginary friend from TNG. I just watched the episode, but forget the name. Maybe even TNG Paris who is within a couple episodes of the imaginary friend.
  • robownagerobownage ✭✭✭✭✭
    Love it. Definitely brought out a little laugh when I saw it.
  • DavideBooksDavideBooks ✭✭✭✭✭
    Some of those suggestions are good. However, I feel there is a difference between "brat" and "annoying." To me, brat implies spoiled and entitled. I can think of several crew from the original series where the Enterprise was transporting some spoiled dignatay or other, but I can't recall names.
  • GhostStalkerGhostStalker ✭✭✭✭✭
    Some of those suggestions are good. However, I feel there is a difference between "brat" and "annoying." To me, brat implies spoiled and entitled. I can think of several crew from the original series where the Enterprise was transporting some spoiled dignatay or other, but I can't recall names.

    This. Brat definitely implies spoiled. Spoiled, for example, by having near omnipotent power but no maturity to handle it.

    Meanwhile I think they actually referred to him as a "brat" during his Voyager episode, did they not?
  • Princess TristaPrincess Trista ✭✭✭✭
    I love the trait! @Skin*of*Evil™ @Gandozer (SST) and plenty of others lol

  • Castell-NeathCastell-Neath ✭✭✭
    edited August 21
    Niamoi Wildman. A Brat if ever there was one. Spurious Captains assistant claims.....her drab seven of nine pestering ..her demanding neelix read her a bedtime story. To name but a few

    Even her mother gave up on her in the end and was never seen after season 4.....brat
  • Some of those suggestions are good. However, I feel there is a difference between "brat" and "annoying." To me, brat implies spoiled and entitled. I can think of several crew from the original series where the Enterprise was transporting some spoiled dignatay or other, but I can't recall names.

    Luxwana Troi? Fajo?
  • Prime LorQa [10F]Prime LorQa [10F] ✭✭✭✭✭
    Data1001 wrote: »
    Did you notice he has the "brat" trait? Will they make more brats?

    I hope so! I love me some brats on the grill!

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    Very cleverly done.
  • Prime LorQa [10F]Prime LorQa [10F] ✭✭✭✭✭
    Niamoi Wildman. A Brat if ever there was one. Spurious Captains assistant claims.....her drab seven of nine pestering ..her demanding neelix read her a bedtime story. To name but a few

    Even her mother gave up on her in the end and was never seen after season 4.....brat

    Naomi Wildman saved the whole ship from being eaten by a space worm, gave Neelix a family when he had none, and made Seven more human. Hardly a brat.

    I would say that she had bratty phases, but grew out of them. Almost like a sitcom.
  • DavideBooksDavideBooks ✭✭✭✭✭
    One of the early original Star Trek episodes had a youth given super powers and he used them in similar ways to Q Junior. He would make a good brat card.
  • Ishmael MarxIshmael Marx ✭✭✭✭✭
    One of the early original Star Trek episodes had a youth given super powers and he used them in similar ways to Q Junior. He would make a good brat card.

    If you're thinking of Charlie X, it's been discussed before that they don't have the rights for the actor.

    If you're thinking of the kids in the episode with Gorgon, I have no idea if any of them are available, but at least a couple of the kids probably do qualify as "brats".
  • edited August 22
    Did you notice he has the "brat" trait? As far as I know, he is the only one. Will they make more brats? Who would they be?

    Frankly, I think the term is a bit subjective. I think the term "entitled" fits better, and I can think of a few others who might be entitled while I'm not sure who else qualifies as brat.

    Alexander and Molly....
    Dear DB: Non sequitur. Your facts are uncoordinated.
  • GhostStalkerGhostStalker ✭✭✭✭✭
    We can't make everyone a brat, kids.
  • Prime LorQa [10F]Prime LorQa [10F] ✭✭✭✭✭
    We can't make everyone a brat, kids.

    As part of learning life lessons, most kids on Star Trek start out as brats. It's actually not that far off the mark.
  • [DC] Principia[DC] Principia ✭✭✭✭
    Some of those suggestions are good. However, I feel there is a difference between "brat" and "annoying." To me, brat implies spoiled and entitled. I can think of several crew from the original series where the Enterprise was transporting some spoiled dignatay or other, but I can't recall names.

    I think Elaan of Troyius would qualify.

    Kaitaama (Precious Cargo, ENT) would probably also fit that criterion, plus the random obnoxious dignitaries Bashir got saddled with escorting around DS9 (The Forsaken, DS9).
  • What was the name of the Cardassian orphan brought up by Bajorans who got sent to live with the O’Briens? He may qualify.
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