"Let me help." A hundred years or so from now, I believe, a famous
novelist will write a classic using that theme. He'll recommend
those three words even over "I love you."
Keeler: "One day soon, man is going to be able to harness
incredible energy -- maybe even the atom. Energy that could
ultimately hurl men to other worlds in some sort of spaceship. And
the men that reach out into space will find ways to feed the hungry
millions of the world, and to cure their diseases. They'll be able
to find a way to give each man hope and a common future. And those
are the days worth living for."
Edith Keeler: "A lie is a very
poor way to say hello."
Keeler: "Lots of people drink from the wrong bottle sometimes."
"He caught his head in a mechanical rice picker."
"I am endeavoring, ma'am, to construct a mnemonic memory circuit
using stone knives and bearskins."
"Let's get the hell out of here."
"Do you know what you just did?!" Spock: "He knows, Doctor...he knows."