Discussion in 'Star Trek - Original Series' started by LeadHead, Jun 19, 2011.
Young Spock: A demonstration of the Vulcan Neck Pinch. Our cousin taught me.
SPOCK: I too must make my farewells. Your hospitality has been most kind, but I must journey on.
Sarek: You saved my son's life Selek. There is no way I can fully repay you for that.
SPOCK: Try to understand your son, Sarek of Vulcan. It will be repayment enough for me.
Sarek: A strange request, but I will honor it. My home is yours if you pass this way again.
SPOCK: I think I shall not. Peace and long life.
Sarek: Live Long and Prosper, Cousin.
[Guardian of Forever]
GUARDIAN: The traveller is returning.
Kirk: I sent the others up to the ship. What happened?
SPOCK: One small thing was changed this time. A pet died.
Kirk: A pet? Well, that wouldn't mean much in the course of time.
SPOCK: It might, to some.
Kirk: Enterprise, this is the Captain. Two to beam up.
SCOTT [OC]: Two to beam up. Aye, sir.
MCCOY: Well, well, well. So you two finally got back from your vacation. While you've been running all over Orion's creation, I've been running the annual crew physicals. You're the last ones.
KIRK: Welcome aboard, Mister Spock.
MCCOY: Never mind the chit-chat. I've got my medical scanners all set up for a Vulcan. I have to recalibrate every time I run a physical on you, Spock.
Spock: Doctor McCoy, you do not know your good fortune. If the times were different, you would have to recalibrate for an Andorian.
MCCOY: What's that supposed to mean? If that was supposed to be a joke, Spock, I have to remind you Vulcans don't tell jokes.
SPOCK: Times change, Doctor. Times change.
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