Discussion in 'Star Trek - Original Series' started by LeadHead, Jun 24, 2012.
KIRK: No, we're not. Let's go.
SARGON [OC]: Please stand ready. I will operate your controls.
KIRK: Doctor, if you prefer to stay behind?
MCCOY: No, if I'd be useful as long as you're going down, I might as well take a medical look at whatever this is.
(The landing party and two guards gather on the pads, Scotty stands sulking with arms crossed as the transporter activates, and just sends the four officers somewhere.)
SPOCK: Captain, the security guards.
KIRK: Kirk here.
SCOTT [OC]: Can you read me, Captain?
KIRK: Yes, Scotty, and I shouldn't be able to this deep inside the planet, but perhaps this has been arranged for us, too. Is the security guard up there?
SCOTT: They're fine. They Just didn't dematerialise.
SCOTT [OC]: I don't like it, sir.
KIRK: No problem yet. Maintain alert. Kirk out.
MULHALL: Atmosphere report, Captain. A fraction richer in oxygen than usual for us, but otherwise normal.
SPOCK: This vault was constructed about a half a million years ago. About the same time the planet surface was destroyed, if our sensor readings are accurate.
KIRK: Composition of walls?
Kirk: Composition of walls?
Spock: They're an alloy or substance completely unknown to me. Much stronger and harder than anything I've measured before.
MULHALL: All readings are off the scale, Captain.
McCoy: The air seems fresh. It must be re-circulated somehow.
Kirk: Is that for us, or does it need fresh air?
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