Discussion in 'Enterprise' started by LeadHead, Sep 11, 2012.
Vanik [on viewscreen]: If you have no objection, we'd like to remain here and observe.
ARCHER: Stay as long as you want. T'Pol.
Archer (continued): I'd love to know what they're really doing here. You don't find anything strange about them suddenly showing up?
T'Pol: Perhaps they're simply curious.
T'POL: Perhaps they're simply curious.
Archer: Curious? That doesn't sound very Vulcan to me. This isn't the first time we've caught them lurking around. Remember three weeks ago, the planetary nebula?
T'POL: That was nothing more than a survey ship.
Archer: So why didn't they respond to our hails? Why'd they go to warp when we headed toward them? I'm starting to get the feeling they're looking over our shoulder a little too often.
T'POL: That seems unlikely.
ARCHER: We'll see. Fine. If Vanik is the kind of guy who likes to watch, let him.
REED: I've never stood on a comet before.
TRAVIS: Has anyone?
REED: Good question.
Travis: I've only seen snow twice in my life.
REED: Well, then it's only fitting that we commemorate the occasion.
Travis: You mean plant a flag?
REED: No, too predictable.
TRAVIS: Snowball fight.
REED: The EV suits would take all the fun out of that. We'll just have to see how the spirit moves us when we get there.
(they land on the comet, and stand on the ragged and pockmarked surface. Travis has a big, big grin)
HOSHI: Commander, you wanted to see me?
TUCKER: Take a look at something, will you? I've been running diagnostics and I found some kind of power surge in the transceiver array.
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