Discussion in 'Star Trek - Original Series' started by LeadHead, Aug 16, 2010.
Spock: It does appear to defy the male logic as I understand it.
KIRK: Kirk to Enterprise. Mister Scott.
Scotty: Aye, Captain.
Kirk: Report on the Rigelian Fever.
Scotty: Nearly everybody aboard has got it, Captain. We're working a skeleton crew and waiting for the ryetalyn.
Kirk: (over comm) Just a little while longer, Scotty. Report on the computer search.
UHURA: There is no report on Mister Flint. He doesn't seem to haveany past.
UHURA continues: The planet was purchased thirty years ago by a Mister Brack, a wealthy financier and recluse.
KIRK: Run a computer check on Rayna Kapec. Status, legal ward, after the death of her parents.
Uhura: Aye, sir.
KIRK: Kirk out, Mister Scott.
SPOCK: We have still a greater mystery, Captain. I was able to run a tricorder scan on Mister Flint. He is human, but there are certain biophysical peculiarities. Some body function readings are disproportionate. For one thing, extreme age is indicated on the order of six thousand years.
KIRK: Can you confirm that, Mr. Spock?
Spock: I shall program the readings through Doctor McCoy's medical computer when we return to the ship.
KIRK: Time factor.
Spock: We must commence ryetalyn injections wihin 2 hours and 18 minutes or the epidemic will prove fatal to us all.
KIRK: What's keeping the processing this time?
SPOCK [on monitor]: The delay may be deliberate.
KIRK [on monitor]: As though he's keeping us here for some reason
SPOCK [on monitor]: Most interesting. Our host appears to wish us to linger, yet he is apprehensive. It is logical to assume that we are being monitored and that he is aware of our every move.
(Flint turns off the screen)
RAYNA: You sent the robot to kill him.
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