Discussion in 'Star Trek - Original Series' started by LeadHead, Aug 16, 2010.
^^^Try again, spud. lol
Spud is hereby vetoed as a nickname.
Flint: Most unfortunate that it was not detected. I shall go with M4 to gather more ryetalyn and screen it myself. You're welcome to join me Doctor.
McCoy: Thank you.
Kirk: Time factor, Bones? Epidemic?
MCCOY: Nearly two and a half hours. I guess we've got time to get in under the wire. I’ve never seen anything like the speed of that robot. It'd take us twice as long to process that stuff.
KIRK: But would we have made the error?
McCoy: Jim, what if all the ryetalyn on this planet contains irillium?
KIRK: Go with Flint. Keep an eye on procedures.
McCoy: Like a hawk.
SPOCK: Captain. Something else which is rather extraordinary. This waltz I just played is by Johannes Brahms.
Kirk: Later Spock.
SPOCK: Captain, it is written in manuscript. In original manuscript, in Brahms' own hand, which I recognise. It is totally unknown, definitely the work of Brahms, and yet unknown.
Kirk: I think I will go to the laboratory. There may be a way of reversing the irrilium's effect and saving the existing antitoxin. Stay here. Let me know when Flint and McCoy return.
Captain's log, stardate 5843.75. Have I committed a grave error in accepting Flint's word that he would deliver the antidote to us? The precious time I have let pass may result in disaster for the Enterprise and her crew.
(Kirk is having a look around when Rayna enters and goes to a closed door)
KIRK: You left us. The room became lonely.
RAYNA: It is a thirst, a flower dying in the desert.
Kirk: What? What's in there?
RAYNA: I do not know. Flint told me never to enter. He denies me nothing else.
KIRK: Then why are you here?
RAYNA: I do not know. I come here when I am troubled, when I would search myself.
Kirk: Are you troubled now?
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