Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by ChristopherPike, Nov 7, 2009.
ARCHER: If you refuse to go through with this you'll be condemning Trip to death.
Sim: I didn't put him in a coma.
ARCHER: No, but you can save him.
SIM: In a way I will, by saving myself.
ARCHER: Phlox says there's almost no chance that the enzyme will work
SIM: My life is at stake! Any chance is worth taking.
ARCHER: But at what cost? It'll take a day to synthesize the enzyme. By that time your neural tissue won't be compatible with Trip's anymore. He'll die.
SIM: I know.
Oops, double post.
Archer: I cant let that happen.
SIM: So what are you going to do? Drag me down to Sickbay, force me onto a biobed at gunpoint?
Archer: If you truly have all of Trip's memories, you know the answer to that. I don't have to tell you what's at stake. I must complete this mission, and to do that I need Trip. Trip! I'll take whatever step's necessary to save him
SIM: Even if it means killing me.
(OCC: My namesake can relate to this scene.)
Archer: Even if it means Killing you!
SIM: You're not a murderer.
Archer: Don't make me one.
SIM: I was wondering if there's anything I can still do. Maybe there's a panel I can install or something. I've got a few hours to kill before my operation.
T'Pol: You wish to spend your last hours in Engineering?
SIM: Why not? The two things I care most about are in this room.
T'Pol: If you like, the A3 Injector Port needs replacing.
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