Was Anyone’s Holiday Dinner with Relatives Worse than This?!

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Anyone had any difficult relatives round for dinner lately? 😉 Cheer up - watch the formidable Lwaxana Troi launch herself like a battleship on her poor long suffering daughter Deanna's wedding rehearsal dinner:
 




 

(Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 1, Episode 10: 'Haven' © CBS. Watch 'Haven' free on hulu.com)


 
 

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11 Responses to Was Anyone’s Holiday Dinner with Relatives Worse than This?!

  1. Not even close. Hahahah. Holiday dinners with the family are the best.

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