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Old 02-01-2008, 01:27 PM
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The first contact with the vulcans
I forgot about that. That actually might be my favorite (but only the First Contact version). That scene just evokes so much emotion in me, and being a guy, that's hard to accomplish, so well done First Contact.
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Old 02-01-2008, 01:48 PM
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My favorite moment is from the original show, Space Seed, when Jim Kirk comes bounding into the engine room to look for Khan, and khan grabs the phaser outta Jimmys hand and crushes it in front of his face, the look on our beloved captain's mug was like "oh, man, he's gonna stuff me into the warp core!!" I still crack up at that to this day.
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Old 02-01-2008, 02:16 PM
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star trek 5 the final frontier quotes...
bones 'is god really out there?'
kirk 'maybe hes not out there, maybe hes right here-human heart'
spock 'i was just thinking...ive lost a brother'
kirk 'yes......i too lost a brother once. i was lucky to get him back!

just wonderful.
also kirk on the bridge. '-scotty, did you find the engine room?'
aye sir says mr scott 'right here i left it'
kirk 'were gonna need everything you can muster mister
scotty 'dont worry captain, we'll beat those klingon devils -even if i have to get out and push'!!

star trek 3
my friends dr mcCoy and i have to do this -the rest of you do not'.
mr chekov 'werelosing precious time captain'
sulu 'course heading captain?'

star trek 2
'we need warp speed in 3 minutes or were all dead!'

star trek 4
spock 'judging by the polution content of the atmosphere-i believe we have arrived in the latter half of the 20th century'.

star trek 6
afetr watching kirk snog Iman bones says ' what is it with you anyway?'

countless more classics from the original crew

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Old 02-01-2008, 02:18 PM
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Hey, where in Britain are you anyway? I used to live just outside Peterborough.
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Old 02-01-2008, 02:41 PM
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hi Borg

im in swindon, Wiltshire
where are you now then?
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Old 02-01-2008, 02:43 PM
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im in swindon, Wiltshire
where are you now then?
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In the U.S., but I want to go back one day, probably to London, but I wouldn't mind Cambrigeshire.
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--Wrath of Kahn, When the Reliant and the Enterprise are slowing coming face to face. And the ensuing battle between them.

Kahn: "Let them eat static!"

--Also in Undiscovered Country, When Chang and the Enterprise have their showdown at Camp Kittimer.

Chang: "Cry Hovoc!" and swirls around in his captain's chair.

--In TOS. The Trouble With Tribbles. Chekov to Spock: "I was just making a little joke Mr. Spock." Spock wryly: "Very little Ensign." LMAO!!!
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Well, most of DS9's "In the Pale Moonlight" still gives me the chills. The fact that
the writers at Trek could actually allow a Starfleet captain to 'collaborate' with
a Cardassian to force another race to ally with the Feds against the Dominion...That
he allowed a Romulan ambassador to be assassinated and pass the blame to
the Dominion...WOW.
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When Spock finds out Kirk's alive in Amok Time.

When Kirk bursts onto the bridge young again in The Deadly Years.

When Spock explains that his visit to Omicron Ceti III was the first time in his life he was happy.
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These are all fabulous...

For the Voyager fans out there, I love the final shot of "Tuvix," with Janeway striding down the corridor after destroying Tuvix to save Tuvok and Neelix, with that cold look on her face. It gives me chills every time.
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