Discussion in 'Star Trek - Original Series' started by LeadHead, Sep 2, 2010.
KIRK: Silly question. Want to hear a silly answer?
(That was hard! )
KIRK: A planet circling that far left star in Orion's belt. See?
As mentioned in the site's episode transcript, "Not that you can actually see any stars in the night sky above the Brooklyn Bridge."
(maybe you could in 1930 )
(Kirk enters the room, where Spock is reviewing histories)
KIRK: How are the stone knives and bearskins?
SPOCK: I may have found our focal point in time.
Kirk: You may also find you have a connection burning someplace.
SPOCK: Yes. I'm overloading those lines. I believe we'll have our answer on this screen.
Spock: And, Captain, you may find this a bit distressing.
Kirk: Lets see what you have.
SPOCK: I've slowed down the recording we made from the time vortex.
Kirk: February 23rd, 1936. 6 years from now.
The Headline reads "FDR Confers with Slum-Area Angel"
The President and Edith Keeler conferred for some time today.
Spocks contraption goes up in flames
SPOCK: Bad enough.
Kirk: The President and Edith Keeler.
SPOCK: It would seem unlikely, Jim. A few moments ago, I read a 1930 newspaper article.
Kirk: We know her future. Within six years from now, she'll become very important. Nationally famous.
SPOCK: Or Captain, Edith Keeler will die this year. I saw her obituary. Some sort of traffic accident.
Kirk: You must be mistaken. They both can't be true.
Spock: Captain, Edith Keeler is the focal point in time we've been looking for, the point that both we and Doctor McCoy have been drawn to.
KIRK: She has two possible futures then, and depending on whether she lives or dies, all of history will be changed. And McCoy...
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