Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by Discofan, Apr 28, 2019.
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Can't remember the precise phrasing, but the bit where Michael teases Spock about his beard.
"You really think that beard is working for you?"
Saru: "The Starfleet Manual offers no regulatory guidelines for interactions between humans with Klingons grafted to their bones and a ship’s doctor returned from the dead."
I clapped at that line.
I thought that Spock looked better with a beard than he did without one.
Stamets is inspecting his spore cultures individually while Spock and Burnham are at a console silently working through a problem or their own together...
Stamets: You're fine. You're fine. Come on, which one of you is missing from my spore drive? You're fine. You're fine...
[then talking to Spock and Burnham] Could one of you say something, please? I don't like to listen to myself talk when I have an audience.
Spock: We're thinking, commander.
Stamets: Think louder.
Then after a few minutes of Spock and Burnham slightly bickering about how to approach their problem....
Burnham: ....Maybe we need a little inspiration.
Stamets: Could you find that inspiration somewhere else? Turns out, your loud thinking is distracting.
Stamets (shaking Reno's hand): "I still dislike you."
Reno (smiling): "The feeling's mutual."
Lorca: "Make America the Empire great glorious again!"
I absolutely love the bit in "Such Sweet Sorrow II" when, during the pitched battle against Control, L'Rell bursts out laughing and says "And I thought my Chancellorship would be bloodless!"
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