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Marta (Character)
from "Star Trek" (1966)

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"Star Trek: Whom Gods Destroy (#3.14)" (1969)
Marta: [reciting a poem she has written] Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?/Thou art more lovely and more temperate/Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May/And summer's lease hath all...
Garth: [shouts] You wrote that?
Marta: Yesterday, as a matter of fact.
Garth: It was written by an Earthman named Shakespeare a long time ago!
Marta: Which does NOT alter the fact that I wrote it again yesterday!

Marta: Why can't I blow off just one of his ears?
Garth: Stop that, Marta. Mr. Spock will think you're lacking in hospitality.

Garth: I may have you beaten to death.
Marta: No, you won't, because I am the most beautiful woman on this planet.
Garth: You're the only woman on this planet, you stupid cow!

Marta: [reciting] In the midnight of November, when the dead man's fair is nigh and a danger in the valley and the anger in the sky.