If I were Harriman...
I would have protested Kirk wanting to go down to fix the deflector relays. I would have said, "No Captain, I understand you want me to be on the bridge. But as Captain, I should have known better than to leave drydock unprepared for situations such as these. I wouldn't want your death on my consionce...Not that you're going to die, but as I've heard Mr. Spock say time, and time again, 'There are always possibilities.' "
*I mean, if you watch the film again, you can see how Harriman is almost hoping for Kirk to volunteer to go. There isn't one glance of thought or hesitivity after Kirk says he could take care of it.* But that's just me. Any other suggestions or thoughts on this?
*The word "dabo" means "I will give" in Latin, and "Gold" in Aramaic.
J.J. "Binks" Abrams is taking over sci-fi!
Last edited by Quark : 04-01-2008 at 09:35 AM.