Wrath of Khan, just after Spock's death and before the funeral. Kirk and McCoy, inside Kirk's quarters. Both are looking absolutely gut-shot and overwhelmed with shock. McCoy: "Dammit, Jim, do you....realize that in spite of all of our squabbles over the years, I can't help thinking how that green-blooded....Vulcan was somehow the most human of all of us?!?" Kirk perks up. Kirk: "Bones, do you realize that Spock would say that the only way you can have the last word, and deliver your ultimate insult, is to wait until a time like this when he can no longer defend himself?" McCoy manages a small grin. McCoy: "He would say that, wouldn't he?" McCoy mulls it over for a moment. McCoy: "You should work the 'human' accusation into the eulogy....laughter is my best prescription." They both start laughing. At the funeral, Kirk tries desperately to bring some humor to counterpoint the grief, but at the last moment the torpedo tube coffin and Scotty's rendition of 'Amazing Grace' on the haunting bagpipes prove too much and he chokes up. But there was more behind the line, "Of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, his was the most....human" than we ever knew.