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Old June 9 2013, 03:28 AM   #1
Cadet49
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Is Kirk now "emotionally compromised" - aftermath? (Spoilers)

In the film, Kirk made some decisions during the "Harrison Incident" that will have a lasting impact on a lot of people, both on the Enterprise, Earth, and even on the Klingon homeworld. It certainly forced him to recognize that his actions have consequences on others, just as he had to face such feelings in the original series episode, "Where No Man Has Gone Before", where he had to kill his best friend, Gary Mitchell, to prevent him from destroying the Enterprise... it showed him the burden of command. I wonder ... will we see him he have to wrestle with second-guessing the decisions he made during the incident, and do you think that will that be explored in later stories (books, comics, next movie, etc.)?


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