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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Star Trek is HOT

Star Trek: The Original Series

* “… a dream that became a reality and spread throughout the stars” — Kirk (Whom Gods Destroy)

* “Just before they went into warp, I beamed the whole kit and kaboodle into their engine room, where they’ll be no tribble at all.” — Scotty, explaining how he got rid of the tribbles (The Trouble With Tribbles)

* “Right out of hell, I saw it!” — Commodore Decker, describing the Planet Killer (The Doomsday Machine)

* “You will die of suffocation, in the icy cold of space” — Kang (Day of the Dove)

* “The mid-1990s was the era of your so-called Third World War” — Spock (Space Seed)

* “We simply must accept the fact that Captain Kirk is no longer alive” — Spock (The Tholian Web)

* “They seemed to have been spared the agony of your first three World Wars, doctor” — Spock (Bread and Circuses)

* “You are authorized to use all measures available to destroy the Enterpise” — Starfleet Command Representative (The Ultimate Computer)

* “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” — Korax (The Trouble With Tribbles)

* “Random chance seems to have operated in our favor” — Spock

o “In plain, non-Vulcan English, we’ve been lucky” — McCoy

o “I believe I said that, Doctor” — Spock (The Doomsday Machine)

* “Unbelievable. Do you recognize those uniforms?” — Kirk

o “Mid 20th century Earth. The nation-state called Nazi Germany.” — Spock (Patterns of Force)

* “You look quite well for a man that’s been ‘utterly destroyed’, Mr. Spock.” — Kirk (Patterns of Force)

* “In four hours the ship blows up” — Scotty (The Savage Curtain)

* “Computer, compute to the last digit the value of pi” — Spock (Wolf in the Fold)

* “What are we looking at, a 20th century Rome?” — Kirk (Bread and Circuses)

* “Is there anyone on this ship, who even remotely, looks like Satan?” — Kirk

o “I am not aware of anyone who fits that description, Captain” — Spock

o “No, Mr. Spock, I didn’t think you would be” — Kirk (The Apple)

* “Mr. Spock, the women on your planet are logical. That’s the only planet in the galaxy that can make that claim.” — Kirk (Elaan of Troyius)

* “Does everyone know about this grain but me?” — Kirk

o “Not everyone, Kepten, it’s a Russian inwention.” — Checkov (The Trouble With Tribbles)

* “Now this is a drink for a man.” — Scott

o “Scotch?” — Checkov

o “Aye.” — Scott

o “It vas inwented by a little old lady in Lenningrad.” — Checkov (The Trouble With Tribbles)

* “Emotional, isn’t she?” — Spock

o “She has always been so.” — Sarek

o “Indeed. Why did you marry her?” — Spock

o “It seemed the logical thing to do at the time.” — Sarek (Journey To Babel)

* “Ston, she is yours. You may find that having is not so pleasing a thing as wanting. This is not logical, but it is often true.” — Spock (Amok Time)

* “Live long and prosper, Spock.” — T’Pau

o “I shall do neither. I have killed my captain, and my friend.” — Spock (Amok Time)

* “The best diplomat that I know is a fully-loaded phaser bank.” — Lt. Cdr. Montgomery Scott (“A Taste of Armageddon”)

* “Please, Spock, do me a favor … ‘n’ don’t say it’s `fascinating’…” — Dr. McCoy

o “No… but it is… interesting…” — Spock (The Ultimate Computer)

* “… and tell Doctor McCoy, he should have wished me luck.” — Spock (The Immunity Syndrome)

* “Shut-up, Spock! We’re rescuing you!” — McCoy

o “Why, thank you, captain McCoy.” — Spock, to McCoy after he tells Kirk something about leaving him (The Immunity Syndrome)

* “You! What planet is this?” — McCoy, to a homeless person upon appearing in 1930’s Chicago (City on the Edge of Forever)

* “You can stop it!” — Anan 7, Leader of the High Council of Eminiar VII, describing the horrors of the impending war to a hostage Kirk

o “Stop it? I’m counting on it!” — Kirk (A Taste of Armegedon)

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