Any chance the helmsman Brian Thompson plays in Star Trek Generations could be Klag? Wondering if we could get the images next to each other and see if the forehead ridges were similar. Tyrant 23:51, 8 Feb 2005 (CET)Tyrant

Doubtful, but nevertheless, feel free to make the screencap. --Gvsualan 23:59, 8 Feb 2005 (CET)
Just a follow-up to this old conversation, but T smitts has uploaded a picture a few days ago which proves, based on forehead ridges, that Klag and the Klingon Helmsman are two different people.
As you can see Klag's ridges are entirely different than the helmsman's. Unless Klag's ridges changed as he got older (a whole lot more dramatic than Worf), they are probably two different people.--Tim Thomason 08:13, 12 Aug 2005 (UTC)


I removed the following note, which was speculative and didn't really deal with Klag, but with gagh. Kennelly (talk) 14:35, December 2, 2016 (UTC)

Klag is later implicitly recognized for having uttered the phrase to Riker "Gagh is always best when served live," when Jean-Luc Picard remarked to K'Vada "I've been looking forward to Gagh – very fresh," referring to the culinary controversy over the precise freshness of the dish most preferred by the Klingon palate. (TNG: "Unification I")