Episode Quotes


Spock: If I let go a hammer on a planet having a positive gravity, I need not see it fall to know that it has, in fact, fallen.
Cogley: I speak of rights! A machine has none; a man must. If you do not grant him that right, you have brought us down to the level of the machine; indeed, you have elevated that machine above us!
McCoy: All of my old friends look like doctors, all of his old friends look like you.
McCoy: Mr. Spock, you're the most cold-blooded man I've ever known.
Spock: Why, thank you, Doctor.
Kirk: You have to be either an obsessive crackpot who has escaped from his keeper or Samuel T. Cogley, attorney-at-law.
Cogley: You're right on both counts. Need a lawyer?

McCoy: It may be the last action you'll ever take, Mr. Spock, but it was all human.
Spock: Totally illogical. There was no chance.
McCoy: That's exactly what I mean.
Scott: Mr. Spock, you said a while ago that there were always alternatives.
Spock: Did I? I may have been mistaken.
McCoy: Well, at least I lived long enough to hear that.
Spock: The logical thing for you to have done was to have left me behind.
McCoy: Mr. Spock, remind me to tell you that I'm sick and tired of your logic.
McCoy: Traces of argon, neon, krypton. All in acceptable quantities. However, I wouldn't recommend this place as a summer resort.
Spock: Your opinion will be duly noted.
Scott: What a mess.
Spock: Picturesque descriptions will not mend broken circuits, Mr. Scott.
Spock: Your tone is increasingly hostile.
Boma: My tone isn't the only thing that's hostile, Mr. Spock!