Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by Athena28, Dec 1, 2020.
TUCKER: Maybe that isn't true for all species.
HOSHI: It was true for us.
(Phlox spots them on the monitor.)
PHLOX: You can't be awake.
(He checks the biosigns.)
PHLOX: Not with that much sonambutril.
(He turns on the audio.)
HOSHI [on monitor]: Our ancestors were physical beings.
TRIP [on monitor]: Well, what worked for us might not work for everyone. Humans have different qualities.
HOSHI [on monitor]: Nothing I haven't seen before.
TUCKER: What do you have against this species?
HOSHI [on monitor]: What disturbs me most about the humans is their capacity for violence.
So apt and true.
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TUCKER: Klingons embrace violence. The humans try to avoid it.
HOSHI: Humans say they avoid it, but their words don't match.
(She looks around.)
HOSHI: We're being observed.
PHLOX: Captain, T'Pol. I was just coming to see you. These are brainwave readings of Commander Tucker and Ensign Sato.
ARCHER: What is the significance?
PHLOX: The patterns aren't human.
T'POL: Did you know they had this capability?
ARCHER: He must have used Denobulan technology.
PHLOX: I see. Are you responsible for what happened to my patients?
ARCHER: We had nothing to do with it.
T'POL: We come here only to study how physical species react to the unknown. You can help by telling us how you detected our presence. That happens in less than two percent of our missions.
PHLOX: Commander Tucker and Ensign Sato were sedated. They shouldn't have been able to stand and talk.
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