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28/01/ · OOC: Starting with Quark and the launch of DS9 Ferengi characters started showing up sans headdress in both DS9 and TNG. Other than the noted exceptions of Rom and Nog, it seems only speaking Ferengi do not wear headdresses. This is probably to cover up prosthesis seams easier than making a full upper torso piece.
21/09/ · Aug 26, Since basically the only Ferengi actor who ever got the tedious hours needed for applying a proper neck makeup was Shimerman as Quark, and since basically every other Ferengi we saw was a pirate or military/mercenary sailor type of some sort, we could come up with a theory that Ferengi civilians don't wear that type of headgear.
The Ferengi first appeared in " The Last Outpost ", the show's fourth episode, which was set in the year Throughout the rest of the series, Ferengi characters were primarily used for comedic effect. When creating Star Trek: Deep Space Nine , the show's writers decided to introduce the Ferengi bartender Quark Armin Shimerman as a major character, and subsequently his brother Rom Max Grodénchik and nephew Nog Aron Eisenberg as recurring characters, again frequently using them for comedic purposes. Ferengi characters subsequently appeared in a single episode of Star Trek: Enterprise and a few times in Star Trek: Voyager. Ferengi culture, especially as portrayed on Deep Space Nine , is depicted as hyper- capitalistic , focused on the acquisition of profit as the highest goal. Deep Space Nine writers have described how they saw the Ferengi as a satirical presentation of 20th century humans. Critics have drawn comparisons between the Ferengi and anti-Semitic stereotypes of Jews , while the originators have stated multiple times that they intended the Ferengi to represent human greed.