January 10 2013, 06:01 AM
Location: Maurice in San Francisco
Re: The STAR TREK III-Love & Appreciation Thread
From the Revised Final Draft, October 7, 1983
It's a bad moment for the agent to have announced him-
Where's the logic in offering me a
ride home, you idiot! If I wanted
a ride home, would I be trying to
charter a space flight?!
(then)How the hell do you know who I am?
Federation Security, sir.
self. A desperate Bones releases the Alien and rises
to his feet just as the Waitress arrives with his Alt-
air water on a tray. The Altair water spills on the
83 SERIES OF CUTS
The Alien, hit by the water, leaps to his feet in rage.
The Waitress is knocked into a group of people.
More spilling of drinks.
A bystander, thinking the Alien hit the Waitress, hits
A general scuffle begins.
Meanwhile, McCoy tries to race around the "Civilian's"
end of the confusion, but the agent (very big), grabs
him. Bones, in confusion and panic, suddenly turns,
wild-eyed, and attempts a Vulcan nerve pinch on his
tormentor. The nerve pinch has absolutely no effect,
and the agent stares at Bones for a long moment.
He ushers Bones out as the brouhaha continues in b.g.
CIVILIANYou're going to get a nice, long
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"Star Trek…at times sparkled with true ingenuity, and pure science fiction approaches, and at other times was more carnival like, and very much more the creature of television than the creature of a legitimate literary form."
—Rod Serling, 1970"