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KIRK: Captain here.
Scotty: Spock and Tormolen aboard, sir.
SCOTT (over comm): We're holding them in the chamber for decontamination.
KIRK: Better have Medicine look them over too. Tell Mister Spock I'll meet him there in ten minutes. Kirk out.
McCoy: You're fine, Joe. Up and out of there. Mister Spock? Your pulse is two hundred and forty two, your blood pressure is practically nonexistent, assuming you call that green stuff in your veins blood.
Spock: The readings are perfectly normal for me, Doctor. and as for my anatomy being different from yours, I am delighted. Captain.
KIRK: How are they?
MCCOY: They're fine, Jim.
Tormolen: Terrible, Captain. It was terrible. They were just sitting, like they didn't care. Whatever was happening, they didn't care. I keep wondering...
KIRK: You keep wondering if man was meant to be out here. You keep wondering, you keep signing on. Any guesses, Mister Spock? Any idea of what happened down there?
Spock: I wish I could say, Captain. The circumstances were quite bizarre, however our record tapes may show us something.
Tormolen: Six dead. Six people dead.
KIRK: You'd better get some rest.
Tormolen: Yes Sir.
KIRK: Set up those tapes, Mister Spock. We'll see if the answers are there. (leaves with Spock)
Chapel: The lab status report, Doctor.
MCCOY: Oh, thank you, Christine.
SPOCK: Next tape, please.
RAND: Spectro-analysis tape, sir.
SPOCK: Thank you.
KIRK: Almost as though they were irrational, drugged. An engineer sitting there, apparently oblivious to everything. A woman strangled. A crewman with a phaser pistol in his hand.
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