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"Star Trek" Friday's Child (TV Episode 1967) Poster

(TV Series)

(1967)

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Maab: Perhaps to be a tier is to see in new ways. I begin to like you, Earthman, and I saw fear in the Klingon's eye.

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Eleen: Mah-koy! Bring our child.

Captain James T. Kirk: "Our" child?

McCoy: I'll explain later.

Spock: That should prove very interesting.

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McCoy: [speaking of Eleen] Representing the High Tier, Leonard James Akaar!

Spock: The child was named Leonard James Akaar?

McCoy: Has a kind of a ring to it, don't you think, James?

Captain James T. Kirk: Yes, I think it's a name destined to go down in galactic history, Leonard. What do you think, Spock?

Spock: I think you're both gonna be insufferably pleased with yourselves for at least a month... sir.

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Scott: There's an old, old saying on earth, Mr. Sulu: "Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me."

Chekov: I know this saying. It was invented in Russia.

[smiles devilishly]

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Captain James T. Kirk: First of all, I must protest the killing of one of my crewmen.

Akaar: If it was your man, was it not his privilege to die for you? I do not understand.

Maab: Their customs are different, Tier.

Kras: And different from those of my people, too, Tier. The sight of death frightens them.

McCoy: [quietly] Let me take this, Jim.

McCoy: [to Akaar] What Maab has said is true. Our customs ARE different. What the Klingon has said is unimportant and we do not hear his words.

[Capellans chuckle appreciatively]

McCoy: [whispering privately to Kirk] I just called the Klingon a liar.

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McCoy: [holding his hand on Eleens throat] Answer me! Do you want my help?

[she nods]

McCoy: All right. Say to yourself: "The child is mine. The child is mine. It is MINE!"

Eleen: Yes. It's yours.

McCoy: No, no, you've got it all wrong.

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Spock: Fortunately, this bark has suitable tensile cohesion.

Captain James T. Kirk: You mean, it makes a good bowstring.

Spock: I believe I said that.

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Spock: Oochy-woochy kootchie-koo, Captain?

Captain James T. Kirk: An obscure Earth dialect, Mr. Spock. Oochy-woochy kootchie-koo. If you're curious, consult linguistics.

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[helping a pregnant woman up a steep hill]

McCoy: Look! I'm a doctor, not an escalator. Spock, gimme a hand!

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Captain James T. Kirk: How'd you arrange to touch her, Bones, give her a happy pill?

McCoy: No, a right cross.

Captain James T. Kirk: Never seen that in a medical book.

McCoy: It's in mine from now on.

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McCoy: Captain, I'm gonna fix that woman's arm. They can only kill me once for touching her.

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Scotty: On Earth, we have a saying: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.

Chekov: I know this saying. It was invented in Russia.

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Captain James T. Kirk: Do you think we could create a sonic disruption with two of our communicators?

Spock: Only a very slight chance it would work.

Captain James T. Kirk: [mockingly] Well, if you don't think we can, maybe we shouldn't try.

Spock: Captain, I didn't say that, exactly.

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Captain James T. Kirk: What happened, Bones?

McCoy: My patient spattered me with a rock. She's gone.

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Maab: The Earthmen make excellent game. Their cleverness has surprised me.

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Chekov: Mr. Scott. Picking up something on the sensors, sir. Seems to be another ship.

Scott: Well, let's put it on the screen.

[screen reveals nothing]

Chekov: It's just at the edge of our sensor range, sir. Hard to get an exact reading.

Sulu: You think it's a Klingon ship?

Scott: Who else would be playing cat and mouse with a starship?

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[a young Capellan woman offers Captain Kirk a piece of fruit]

McCoy: [alarmed] JIM! You touch it, her nearest male relative will have to try to kill you. They're offering you a chance for combat. They consider it more pleasurable than love.

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Maab: The Earthmen?

Eleen: Dead. I killed them as they slept.

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Captain James T. Kirk: The cavalry doesn't come over the hill in the nick of time anymore.

Spock: If by that you mean we can't expect help from the Enterprise, I must agree.

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McCoy: Does Maab know that the Klingons are our sworn enemies, by their own words?

Maab: We understand only that he also offers things of value for our rocks, that he has freely handed us his weapons and other devices. Will you do the same?

Captain James T. Kirk: Let me call my ship to inform them...

Kras: ...to bring down an attack upon their village? It is as I told you, Maab: Earthmen fear to bargain honestly.

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Captain James T. Kirk: Perhaps you'll explain to me why one of my men is dead.

McCoy: 'Cause he was drawing a weapon on another of their guests!

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McCoy: The last thing I'll want around is a ham-handed ship's captain.

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Spock: Well, at any rate, this should prove interesting.

Captain James T. Kirk: Interesting?

Spock: When the woman starts explaining how the new high teer is actually Dr. McCoy's child.

Scott: What's that again, Mr. Spock?

Captain James T. Kirk: We don't actually understand it ourselves, Mr. Scott.

Spock: Nor does Dr. McCoy.

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