Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Tacking Into the Wind - S7-E22

Corrected entry: Watch Gowron's eyes when Worf opens them [After he killed Gowron] Gowron's eyes move.

Correction: People die with their eyes open. The fact that Worf had to open Gowron's eyes might mean that Gowron was dying and not yet completely dead. If so, he would have been able to move his eyes.

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