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I'd like to see and/or hear the dialogs between Spock & women, for instance "This Side of Paradise" or "All our Yesterdays".

Then there is a scene where he meets a blonde woman with a long blue robe. I don't remember the name of the episode.

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I'd like to see and/or hear the dialogs between Spock & women, for instance "This Side of Paradise" or "All our Yesterdays".

Then there is a scene where he meets a blonde woman with a long blue robe. I don't remember the name of the episode.

Hmm, maybe "The Cloud Minders"?

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Probably the seen from "The Trouble With Tribbles" in which Kirk says.

"As Captain I want two things done, first find Cyrano Jones, and second.... close that door."

:laugh:

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Voyager   

'Shore Leave'

Kirk: This is turning out to be one very unusual shore leave.

McCoy: It could have been worse.

Kirk: How?

McCoy: You could have seen the rabbit

'Errand of Mercy'

Kirk: What are the odds on our getting out of here?

Spock: Difficult to be precise, Captain. I should say approximately 7,824.7-to-1.

Kirk: Difficult to be precise? 7,824-to-1?

Spock: 7,824.7-to-1.

Kirk: That's a pretty close approximation.

Spock: I endeavor to be accurate.

Kirk: You do quite well.

'That Which Survives'

Uhura: Mr. Spock! Are you all right?

Spock: Yes. I believe no permanent damage was done.

Uhura: What happened?

Spock: The occipital area of my head seems to have impacted with the arm of the chair.

Uhura: No, Mr. Spock. I meant what happened to us?

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Autocad   

Here's what I would like to see.

In one of the early episodes, a crewman in the transporter room has glasses on. The older big black style, from memory.

The only time I ever saw that.

Which episode would that be?????

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Here's what I would like to see.

In one of the early episodes, a crewman in the transporter room has glasses on. The older big black style, from memory.

The only time I ever saw that.

Which episode would that be?????

The Cage.

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From "The Changeling" (Sorry if they're not completely exact.):

Spock: An impeccable use of logic Captain.

Kirk: Why thank you Spock. Didn't think I had it in me, did you?

Spock: No Captain.

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KORAX: The Earthers like those fuzzy things, don't they?

JONES: Oh, yes.

KLINGON: Frankly, I never liked Earthers. They remind me of Regulan blood worms.

CHEKOV: That Cossack.

SCOTT: Easy, lad. You ought to be more forgiving.

KORAX: No. I just remembered. There is one Earthman who doesn't remind me of a Regulan blood worm. That's Kirk. A Regulan blood worm is soft and shapeless, but Kirk isn't soft. Kirk may be a swaggering, overbearing, tin-plated dictator with delusions of godhood, but he's not soft.

SCOTT: Take it easy, lad. Everybody's entitled to an opinion.

KORAX: That's right, and if I think that Kirk is a Denebian slime devil, well that's my opinion too.

SCOTT: Don't do it, mister, and that's an order.

CHEKOV: You heard what he called the captain.

SCOTT: Forget it. It's not worth fighting for. We're big enough to take a few insults. Now, drink your drink.

KORAX: Of course, I'd say that Captain Kirk deserves his ship. We like the Enterprise. We, we really do. That sagging old rust bucket is designed like a garbage scow. Half the quadrant knows it. That's why they're learning to speak Klingonese.

CHEKOV: Mister Scott!

SCOTT: Laddie, don't you think you should rephrase that?

KORAX: You're right, I should. I didn't mean to say that the Enterprise should be hauling garbage. I meant to say that it should be hauled away AS garbage.

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Single lines or short exchanges between characters that I especially like:

From "The Corbromite Maneuver":

KIRK: Not chess, Mr. Spock. POKER!

I think that one line sums up so much of Kirk's character. ;) It's also a nice example of why Kirk is the captain -- and why he should be the captain -- even though Spock basically knows everything AND is smarter, stronger, telepathic, and all that other good stuff.

From "Court Martial":

SHAW: Please instruct the witness not to speculate.

SPOCK: Lieutenant, I am half Vulcanian. Vulcanians do not speculate. I speak from pure logic. If I let go of a hammer on a planet that has a positive gravity, I need not see it fall to know that it has, in fact, fallen.

SHAW: I do not see what that has to ...

SPOCK: Gentlemen, human beings have characteristics just as inanimate objects do. It is impossible for Captain Kirk to act out of panic or malice. It is not his nature.

Such a great example of that wonderful Spock loyalty.

From "The Devil in the Dark":

KIRK: Help it. Treat it.

MCCOY: I'm a doctor, not a bricklayer.

KIRK: You're a healer. There's a patient. That's an order.

One of McCoy's "I'm a doctor, not a ..." lines, plus a rare example of Kirk being stern with McCoy.

From "The Doomsday Machine":

SPOCK: Commodore Decker, you are relieved of command.

DECKER: I don't recognise your authority to relieve me.

SPOCK: You may file a formal protest with Starfleet Command, assuming we survive to reach a Starbase. But you are relieved. Commodore. I do not wish to place you under arrest.

DECKER: You wouldn't dare. (Spock signals the guards forward) You're bluffing.

SPOCK: Vulcans never bluff.

DECKER: No. No, I don't suppose that they do. Very well, Mister Spock. The Bridge is yours.

Bad-ass Spock is always such a pleasure. :)

Edited by Corylea

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