Re: Interesting Cumberbatch Character theory
I don't care who he is. If he doesn't at some point walk up to Spock and say, "When you have eliminated the impossible ... ...," I'm going to ask for my money back.
Since QuintoSpock already reprised NimoySpock's Sherlock Holmes line in the last movie, have him begin to say it again, at which point Harrison—in what will prove to be his only appearance in the film (despite all of the promo footage and imagery implying otherwise)—walks into the scene unannounced, stifles Spock mid-sentence by stuffing a tribble in his mouth, glares scornfully at him for a moment, and then walks on out the other side of the scene without having uttered a word.
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