Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies I-X' started by Flying Spaghetti Monster, Apr 17, 2009.
Khan to Chekhov and/or Terrell?
"Kirk, my old friend."
Khan to Kirk on the viewscreen in KHAN
"We're trying to help you."
Is that Chekhov to the masses of El-Aurian refugees on Enterprise-B in Generations?
"I know you understand."
It wasn't on the viewscreen that I had in mind. But maybe he does say it there...
"I know you understand..."
That's Soran to Picard in Ten-Forward in GENERATIONS after he recites the "time is the fire in which we burn" line.
Anyone want another guess on where my Khan one was actually from?
Was it a part of the line "Kirk, Kirk, you're still alive, my old friend."? Right after Terrell kills himself rather than Kirk?
I actully would say that Khan isa not actually talking to Kirk. He sees the Enterprise, and he is giving himself the speech.
"Kirk, my old friend. Do you know the Klingon proverb that tells us that revenge is a dish best served cold? It is very cold in space..."
then, of course, the wrath of ABC juts us to commercial....,
"In the cabinet, second shelf from the left, behind the Oregano." Kirk directing Picard around his kitchen in Generations
"How are we doing?"
Kirk to McCoy in TSFS?
Hmmm i know that's used in STAR TREK XI....Kirk asking Scotty as he and Spock are walking into the transporter room ready to beam over to Nero's ship.
Or is it from an older movie?
I didn't think XI quotes were allowed yet.
Maybe because it isn't proper Star Trek.
I mean, err...
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