Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by CLARK NOVA, May 21, 2020.
No, he knocks her hand away in case she was going to go for it, I thought.
Yes, but he ends up knocking it dangerously close to the button instead of away from it
More dramatic that way. Shatner knew what he was doing.
UHURA : What happened?
SPOCK : The occipital area of my head seems to have impacted with the arm of the chair.
Pretty sure he grabs her by the upper forearm/elbow.
"I've found evil usually triumphs unless good is very, very careful."
"Without followers, evil cannot spread."
"Evil does seek to maintain power by suppressing the truth."
And moves her hand, which was below and left of the button, in an upper right direction.
"He knows, Doctor, he knows!"
My favorite one its - If you’re comparing the badness of two words and you won’t even say one of them [the n-word], that’s the worse word. But it's not Spock, its John Mulaney.
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“In a cosmos whose number of galaxies we cannot even estimate, you cannot expect our idea of good manners
to be generally binding."
"It's really strange! With our progress, we have established colonies on Mars and elsewhere. But the attitude of our generals has been the same for millennia. We are who we are, and if someone else shows up, then the light cannons speak."
This side of paradise
Kirk "We're evacuating all colonists to starbase 27."
Spock "Oh, I don't think so."
Kirk "You don't think so, what?"
Spock "I don't think so, sir."
Not from TOS but
There is an old Vulcan proverb: Only Nixon can go to China.
Leila: "You never told me if you had another name."
Spock: "You couldn't pronounce it."
You have no idea how much I can relate to that.
The top one comes from McCoy in The Omega Glory so not a Spock quote! And pessimism from Spock?
And other quotes by John Mulaney.
Requiem For Methuselah
“It’s life Jim But not as we know it.”
Curious how often you humans obtain that which you do not want.
Insufficient facts always invites danger
Separate names with a comma.