In The Distant Past Vulcans Killed To Win Their Mates.
In the distant past Vulcans killed to win their mates.
And they still go mad at this time. Perhaps the price they pay for
having no emotions the rest of the time.
-- Kirk and McCoy, "Amok Time," stardate 3372.7
I suppose most of us overlook that fact that even Vulcans aren't indestructible.
-- Kirk, "Amok Time," stardate 3372.7....
Hot as Vulcan. -- McCoy, "Amok Time", stardate 3372.7.
You're dead, Jim. -- McCoy, "Amok Time", stardate 3372.7
Kirk: "Well, are you a doctor or aren't you?" -- "Amok time", Stardate 3372.7.
McCoy: "'Doctor, if you don't cease your meddling, I will most certainly break your neck!
' -- "Amok time", Stardate 3372.7....
After a time, you may find that 'having' is not so pleasing a thing, after all, as 'wanting.
' It is not logical, but it is often true. -- Spock, "Amok Time," stardate 3372.7....
Spock: "Humans have no conception." -- "Amok time", Stardate 3372.7.
McCoy: "I choose the danger." [To Kirk] "Hell of a time to ask!
-- "STIII:TSFS", Stardate 8210.3...
Sailor's luck, Mr. Spock. Or as one of Finable's Laws puts i
Any home port the ship makes will be somebody else's, not mine!...