Mr. Spock: I picked this up from Dr. McCoy's log. We have a crew member aboard who's showing signs of stress and fatigue, reaction time down 9-12%, associational rating norm minus 3.
Captain James T. Kirk: That's much too low a rating.
Mr. Spock: He's becoming irritable and quarrelsome, yet he refuses to take rest and rehabilitation.
Captain James T. Kirk: Mm-hm.
Mr. Spock: Now, he has that right, but we've found...
Captain James T. Kirk: A crewman's right ends where the safety of the ship begins. Now, that man will go ashore on my orders. What's his name?
Mr. Spock: James Kirk. Enjoy yourself, Captain.
Mr. Spock: On my planet, "to rest" is to rest, to cease using energy. To me it is quite illogical to run up and down on green grass USING energy instead of saving it.
Captain James T. Kirk: You follow the rabbit. I'll backtrack the girl. I'll meet you around the other side of the hill.
Dr. McCoy: Good. I got a personal grudge against that rabbit, Jim.
Tonia Barrows: [about to change clothes in the bushes] Don't peek.
Dr. McCoy: My dear girl, I am a doctor. When I peek, it's in the line of duty.
Mr. Spock: [through intercom] Any chance these could be hallucinations?
Captain James T. Kirk: [speaking into communicator] One hallucination flattened me with a clout on the jaw.
Mr. Spock: Dr. McCoy is correct, Captain. After what this ship has been through in the last three months, there is not a crewman aboard who's not in need of rest. Myself excepted, of course.
Mr. Spock: [seeing Captain Kirk knock Finnegan unconscious] Did you enjoy it, Captain?
Captain James T. Kirk: Yes, I enjoyed it... after all these years. I DID enjoy it! The one thing I wanted to do, after all these years, was beat the tar out of Finnegan.
Mr. Spock: Which supports a theory I've been formulating.
Captain James T. Kirk: Face front, everyone. Don't talk. Don't breathe. Don't think. You're at attention. Concentrate on that.
Dr. McCoy: Oh, them, well... I, uh... I was thinking about a little cabaret I know on Rigel II, and, uh... there were these two girls in the chorus line. And, well, here they are! Well, after all, I am on shore leave.
Tonia Barrows: And so am I.
Dr. McCoy: Oh, yes, so you are.
Dr. McCoy: [communicating up to the ship] Captain, are you beaming down?
Captain James T. Kirk: I hadn't planned to, Bones. Why?
Dr. McCoy: Well, either our scouting probes and detectors are malfunctioning, and all us scouts careless and beauty-intoxicated, or I must report myself unfit for duty.
Captain James T. Kirk: Explain.
Dr. McCoy: On this supposedly uninhabited planet I just saw a large rabbit pull a gold watch from his vest and claim that he was late.
Captain James T. Kirk: That's pretty good, Bones. All right, I got one for you: The rabbit was followed by a little blonde girl, right?
Dr. McCoy: As a matter of fact, yes, and they disappeared through a hole in a hedge.
Captain James T. Kirk: All right, Doctor, I'll take your report under consideration.
Captain James T. Kirk: Bones, know any good rabbit jokes lately?
Finnegan: Always fight fair, don't ya, you officer and gentleman, you? You stupid underclassman, I've got the edge. I'm still 20-years-old. Look at you! Heh. You're an old man.
Finnegan: [after beating Captain Kirk senseless] Sleep sweet, Jimmy Boy. Sleep as long as you like. Sleep forever, Jim Baby. Forever and forever.