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McCoy: Ryetalyn, ready to be processed into antitoxin.
KIRK: Beam up to the ship and start processing.
FLINT: That will not be necessary, Captain. M4 can prepare the ryetalyn for inoculation more quickly in my laboratory than you could aboard your ship.
McCoy: I would like to supervise that, of course.
FLINT: And when you are satisfied as to procedures, I hope you will do me the honor of being my guests at dinner.
Kirk: Thank you, Mister Flint. I don't think we have the time.
FLINT: I regret my earlier inhospitality. Let me make amends.
(Rayna enters, and that thud you hear is Kirk's jaw hitting the floor)
FLINT: Gentlemen, may I present Rayna.
KIRK: I thought you lived alone.
Flint: I meant there are no others besides my family. Doctor McCoy, Mister Spock.
RAYNA: Mister Spock, I do hope we can find a moment to discuss field density and its relationship to gravity phenomena.
SPOCK: Indeed. I would appreciate such a talk. It is an interest of mine.
FLINT: Captain Kirk.
RAYNA: Captain Kirk.
FLINT: Her parents were killed in an accident while in my employ. Before dying, they placed their infant, Rayna Kapec, in my custody. I have raised and educated her.
McCoy: With most impressive results, sir. What else interests you besides gravity phenomena, Rayna?
Rayna: Everything. Less than that is a betrayal of intellect.
McCoy: The totality of the universe? All knowledge?
Flint: Rayna possesses the equivalent of 17 university degrees in the sciences and arts. She is aware that the intellect is not all. But its cultivation must come first or the individual makes errors, wastes time in unprofitable pursuits.
McCoy: At her age, I rather enjoyed errors with no noticeable damage, but I must admit you're the farthest thing from a bookworm I've ever seen.
[commentary]Is it just me or is Bones really turning on the charm in this scene?[/commentary]
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