Discussion in 'Star Trek - Original Series' started by LeadHead, Jun 11, 2012.
UHURA: Doctor McCoy to the transporter room. Maintenance crew C5.
(And... scene. Gotta run, later!)
MCCOY: They've got the co-ordinates, Jim. It's locked in.
(What looks like a satellite - antenna at the top, engine at the bottom and flashing lights on the side - is hanging in mid air over the transporter pad.)
KIRK: Sensor readings, Mister Spock.
Spock: Negative, Captain. It has a protective screen. I cannot get through.
MCCOY: What do we do now, go up and knock?
Nomad: Relate your point of origin.
KIRK: We are from the United Federation of Planets.
NOMAD: Insufficient response. All things have a point of origin. I will scan your star charts.
KIRK: If we show it a close-up view of our system, it has no point of reference. It won't know more than it does now.
SPOCK: A reasonable course.
Kirk: If you care to leave your ship, we'll provide the necessary life support systems.
NOMAD: Non sequitur. Your facts are uncoordinated.
McCoy: Jim, I don't think anybody's in there.
NOMAD: I contain no parasitical beings. I am Nomad.
Scotty: In my opinion, that's a machine.
SPOCK: It is reacting much like a highly sophisticated computer.
Nomad: I am Nomad. What is opinion?
SPOCK: An opinion is a belief, a view, a judgment.
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