This probably is irrelevant but I thought I would give it a shot. Could the unexplained differences in the varieties of Kanar be explained by equating Kanar to Wine, or Liqueur rather than a specific type of beverage. To say, "I want a glass of Kanar" could be the equivalent of saying "I want a glass of wine." Or even, "I want an alcoholic beverage" Just a thought.(Vince 15:54, 15 December 2008 (UTC))
- It's called discontinuity and it happens all the time, especially with small things like this. 126.96.36.199 05:16, December 12, 2014 (UTC)
I thought the same thing! I suspect that "Kanar" is better explained as the Kardasi word for alcohol - but in context of most of it's appearances it is off-world, so Cardassians and others are using the word to refer specifically Casdassian alcohol, as opposed to a type of alcohol. Just as in English, we refer to specifically Indian style tea as Chai, whereas in Hindi Chai is just the word for tea. -KAU 29/06/17
Casey Biggs getting "weird"? Edit
Anybody else kinda curious as to the comment about Casey Biggs getting "weird"? I mean, I know Karo Syrup is non-toxic, but I'm just wondering what the propmaster meant...--JYHASH 23:28, February 21, 2010 (UTC)
- Ever give your little brother or sister some candy with a lot of sugar? I'm willing to bet Casey Biggs got so hyper (i.e. sugar rush) that it began affecting his performance. (Omega2010 01:10, February 25, 2010 (UTC))
When kanar is introduced for the first time in "The Wounded" it is pronounced "kay-nar". Is it pronounced that way in any other episodes? In DS9 it's always pronounced "ka-nar"