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Kirk: (into Communicator) Kirk to Enterprise. Lock Phasers onto these coordinates.
SCOTT [OC]: Aye, Captain, all phasers locked on.
Kirk: Mister Flint, if anything happens to us, four deaths and the my crew comes down and takes that Ryetalin.
Flint: An interesting test of power. Your enormous forces against mine. Who would win?
Spock: Mister Flint, unless you are certain, I would suggest you refrain from a useless experiment.
KIRK: We need only a few hours.
MCCOY: Have you ever seen a victim of Rigelian fever? They die in one day. The effects are like bubonic plague.
Flint: Constantinople, summer 1334. It marched through the streets, the sewers. It left the city by ox cart, by sea, to kill half of Europe. The rats, rustling and squealing in the night as they, too, died. The rats.
SPOCK: Are you a student of history, sir?
Flint: I am. The Enterprise, a plague ship. You have two hours, at the end of which time you will leave.
Kirk: With all due gratitude.
FLINT: M4 will gather the ryetalyn which you need. (the device leaves) Permit me to offer you more comfortable surroundings.
FLINT: Come in, gentlemen.
Spock: Our ships sensors did not reveal your presence here Mister Flint.
Flint: My planet is surrounded by screens which create the impression of lifelessness. A protection against the curious, the uninvited.
SPOCK: Then you live here alone.
Flint: Except for M4, which serves as butler, housekeeper, gardener and guardian.
KIRK: A most impressive home, Mister Flint.
McCoy: Yes, a Shakespeare first folio, a Gutenberg Bible.
McCoy continues: The Creation lithographs by Taranullus of Centauri Seven. That's one of the rarest book collections in the galaxy, spanning centuries.
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