Discussion in 'Star Trek - Original Series' started by leandar, Jul 21, 2012.
Spock: As I recall the pattern of our fuel flow, there is an access tube leading to the matter-antimatter reaction chamber.
Scotty: There's a service crawl way, but it's not meant to be used while the integrator operates.
SPOCK: Still, it is there and it might be possible to shut off the fuel at that point.
SCOTT: What with? Bare hands?
Spock: A magnetic probe.
SCOTT: Any matter that comes in contact with antimatter triggers the explosion. And I'm not even sure a man can live in the crawl way in the energy stream of the magnetic field that bottles up the antimatter.
Spock: I shall try.
SCOTT: You'll be killed, man!
Spock: Unless a solution is found quickly, that fate awaits all of us.
Scotty: Aye, you're right. What have we got to lose? But I'll do it, Mr. Spock. I know every millimeter of that system, I'll do whatever has to be done.
Spock: Very well, Mister Scott. You spoke of the feel of the ship being wrong.
Scott: Aye. It was an emotional statement. I don't expect you to understand it.
Spock: I note it, Mr. Scott, without necessarily understanding it. I propose to run an analysis through the ship's computers, comparing the present condition of the Enterprise with her ideal condition.
Scotty: Mister Spock, we don't have time for that.
Spock: We have twelve minutes and twenty seven seconds. I suggest you do whatever you can in the service crawlway, while I make the computer study.
Kirk: Lieutenant Sulu, do you feel strong enough to move about?
Sulu: I feel fine, Captain.
Kirk: Is he, Bones?
MCCOY: He's in fair shape.
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