Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by LeadHead, Feb 22, 2012.
TUCKER: Is it Xindi?
REED: The hull configuration doesn’t match. There’s one biosign on board.
Reed: The hull configuration doesn't match. There's one bio sign on board.
TUCKER: Open up a channel. This is Captain Charles Tucker. Is there something we can help you with?
HOSHI: He’s moving.
TUCKER: Follow him.
REED: His warp coils are charging.
TUCKER: Target one of his nacelles. (three shots later, the little ship is disabled) Bring it into the Launch bay.
PHLOX: Just as my simulations predicted. There’s no trace of the parasites I targeted. Well, I understand I may have a passenger on my voyage home.
T'POL: I’m remaining at the settlement for the time being. He may need my help during his recovery.
PHLOX: Have you told the Captain how you feel about him? It’s obvious you’ve become quite attached. It’s nothing to be ashamed of. Vulcan’s experience the same emotions as any other species. They’re simply better at hiding them.
T'POL: I’m not hiding anything. He risked his life to save me. I’m merely repaying a debt.
PHLOX: I can only imagine what it must have been like. Spending all those years in that house, learning so much about him, yet he remembers nothing about you beyond the day he became ill. If we’re successful, perhaps things will be different.
T'POL: There’s a discrepancy in these scans.
PHLOX: What is it?
YEDRIN: (a Yridian) I deal in Rigelian flamegems. I was waiting for a prospective buyer when you attacked me.
TUCKER: You picked an odd place for a business transaction.
REED: We searched your ship. We didn’t find any cargo.
YEDRIN: That’s because I jettisoned it all. I thought you where going to arrest me. Flamegems are illegal in this region.
REED: We found your species in our Vulcan database. It appears Yridians are information dealers.
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