Thanks to the holodeck and various alien shenanigans, Deanna (and the rest of the crew) got to wear fun costume and period clothes a few times.
Here, Q transforms the bridge crew into Robin Hood and his Merry Men.
No one pulls it off quite as well as Jean-Luc’s Robin but I really like Deanna in kick ass leathers.
The fashionable silhouette in the early 1900s was that of a confident woman, with full low chest and curvy hips –
– which suits Deanna to a T and she looks amazing throughout the episode.
I am not rational about old school naval uniforms, especially in space or around flying boats. Exhibit A:
So, my gorgeous Deanna in my favourite old school naval look in space –
Well, why couldn’t she wear it for the whole movie?
Also, unlike Qpid, I feel pretty secure in saying Deanna carries this off best of all.
Star Trek can be so delightful.
Here Deanna joins Worf and his son on the holodeck for some good old-fashioned fun in the wild wild west. And then it’s taken over by a sentient computer virus that inserts Data into every holo-character because of course.
But who cares what the plot is when the result is Deanna in leather pants and pink paisley with a gun strapped to her hips? And hat and duster?
Outlaw Troi has stolen my heart.