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Ensign Garrovick (Character)
from "Star Trek" (1966)

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"Star Trek: Obsession (#2.13)" (1967)
Nurse Chapel: Hi. Everyone else is at alert station, so I brought you some dinner.
Ensign Garrovick: I'm not hungry.
Nurse Chapel: Doctor's orders.
Ensign Garrovick: [confined to his quarters] What's happening?
Nurse Chapel: Are we still chasing that thing halfway across the galaxy? Yes. Has the captain lost his sense of balance? Maybe. Is the entire crew about ready to explode? Positively. You're lucky you're out of it.
Ensign Garrovick: What do mean "out of it?" I caused it. You know that, too, don't you? If I'd fired my phaser quickly enough on Argus 10, this wouldn't have happened.
Nurse Chapel: Your self-pity's a terrible first course. Why don't you try the soup instead?
Ensign Garrovick: I told you, Christine, I'm not hungry.
Nurse Chapel: Dr. McCoy thought you might say something like that. This is his officially logged prescription for you. It has one word on it: eat. Now, if you don't follow his orders, Dr. McCoy could and possibly would have you hauled down to Sickbay and fed intravenously.

Nurse Chapel: Your self-pity's a terrible first course. Why don't you try the soup instead?
Ensign Garrovick: I told you, Christine, I'm not hungry.
Nurse Chapel: Dr. McCoy thought you might say something like that. This is his officially logged prescription for you. It has one word on it: eat. Now if you don't follow his orders, Dr. McCoy could and possibly would have you hauled down to Sickbay and fed intravenously.

Ensign Garrovick: He saved my life, captain; I should be lying dead in there, not him.
Spock: Fortunately, neither of us is dead, ensign; the reverse pressure worked, the vent is closed.
Capt. Kirk: Don't misunderstand my, uh, next question, Mr. Spock. Why aren't you dead?
Dr. McCoy: It's that green blood of his.
Spock: My hemoglobin is based on copper, not iron.
Dr. McCoy: I'll bet he left a bad taste in the creature's mouth, too.
Spock: Colloquially expressed... but essentially correct.
Capt. Kirk: Yes...
[sniffs the air]
Capt. Kirk: ... the scent is different. I think I understand something, now.
Spock: Do you believe you're in communication with the creature, captain?
Capt. Kirk: I don't know what it is, Mr. Spock, but you remember... I said... the thing was alive. It may not be communication as we know it, but I did know it was alive and intelligent, and I think I know something else, now.