Star Trek - Favorite Guest Stars

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Re: Star Trek - Favorite Guest Stars

Postby AlexeiTimoshenko on Tue 04 Sep 2012 19:27

Too bad they can't redo the episode as a Priceline commercial.
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Re: Star Trek - Favorite Guest Stars

Postby AlexeiTimoshenko on Tue 04 Sep 2012 19:59

Can't believe we've missed Lee Meriwether as Losira in That Which Survives and James Daly as Flint in Requiem For Methuselah.
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Re: Star Trek - Favorite Guest Stars

Postby Vandervecken on Wed 05 Sep 2012 01:15

AlexeiTimoshenko wrote:Requiem For Methuselah


Yes, James Daily did a terrific job as Flint. It also brought out the best of the Kirk-Spock-McCoy 'Triad' or 'Trinity'.

McCoy: [to Spock] You see, I feel sorrier for you than I do for him
[referring to Kirk]
McCoy: , because you'll never know the things that love can drive a man to. The ecstasies, the miseries, the broken rules, the desperate chances, the glorious failures and the glorious victories. All of these things you'll never know, simply because the word "love" isn't written into your book. Good night, Spock.

and later ...

Mr. Spock: [touching the face of the grieving captain Kirk] Forget.

... very powerful stuff for a 'Science Fiction show' almost as powerful as the heartbreaking lines from 'City on the Edge of Forever'

McCoy: Do you know what you just did?!
Spock: He knows, Doctor...he knows
I weary of the chasssse. Wait for me. I will be mercccciful and quick.
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Re: Star Trek - Favorite Guest Stars

Postby AlexeiTimoshenko on Wed 05 Sep 2012 05:09

At least Spock is trying to help. In Kirk's mind it's, " drat, lost/killed/fill in the blank another one."
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Re: Star Trek - Favorite Guest Stars

Postby BillW on Mon 10 Sep 2012 19:57

AlexeiTimoshenko wrote:At least Spock is trying to help. In Kirk's mind it's, " drat, lost/killed/fill in the blank another one."

Yeah, Kirk never did get to keep a woman for longer than one show, not even in the movies. ;)
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Re: Star Trek - Favorite Guest Stars

Postby AlexeiTimoshenko on Mon 10 Sep 2012 20:24

I don't want to try to count all of the women Kirk has lost.
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