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Commodore Stone (Character)
from "Star Trek" (1966)
Portmaster Stone: Now, look, Jim. Not one man in a million could do what you and I have done. Command a starship. A hundred decisions a day, hundreds of lives, staked on you making every one of them right. You're played out, Jim. Exhausted.
Captain James T. Kirk: Is that the way you see it?
Portmaster Stone: That's the way my report will read if you co-operate.
Captain James T. Kirk: A physical breakdown, possibly even mental collapse.
Portmaster Stone: Possibly.
Captain James T. Kirk: I'd be admitting that a man died because...
Portmaster Stone: Admit nothing. Say nothing. Let me bury the matter here and now. No starship captain has ever stood trial before, and I don't want you to be the first.
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