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KIRK: An alien life force. We must make contact, find out what it wants.
SPOCK: Readings being diverted to the library computer for analysis. Computer report.
COMPUTER: Alien life force onboard is composed of pure energy. Type unknown. Actions indicate intelligence and purpose.
SPOCK: What purpose?
COMPUTER: Insufficient data for further analysis.
KIRK: A brother that never existed, a phantom colony, imaginary distress calls, the creation of these weapons. Do you sense a pattern, Mr. Spock?
SPOCK: If the alien is creating these events, Captain, it is apparently capable of manipulating matter and mind.
KIRK: And now it has control of the Enterprise and taking us out of the galaxy. But why?
SPOCK: Captain, I am constrained to point out that since minds are evidently being influenced, we cannot know at this moment whether our own memories are completely accurate and true.
KIRK: We must talk to Kang, bury the hatchet.
SPOCK: An appropriate choice of terms. However, it is notoriously difficult to arrange a truce with the Klingons once blood has been drawn.
MCCOY: Truce? Are you serious? I've got men in Sickbay, some of them dying. Atrocities committed on their persons, and you talk about making peace with these fiends? If our backs were turned, they'd jump us in a minute. And you know what Klingons do to prisoners. Slave labor, death planets, experiments!
MCCOY: While you're talking, they're planning attacks. This is a fight to the death. We'd better start trying to win it!
Spock: We are attempting to end it, Doctor. By reason, preferably. There is an alien on board which may have created this situation.
MCCOY: Who cares what started it, Mister Spock. We're in it! Murderers. We should wipe out every one of them!
KIRK: The alien is the real threat. That's the enemy we have to wipe out.
UHURA: Sickbay calling, Doctor. There are more wounded men requiring your attention.
MCCOY: How many more men must die before you two begin to act like military men instead of fools?
(The intercom whistles.)
KIRK [OC]: Kirk here.
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