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||"I think we're somewhat alike, Captain. Each of us cares less about our own safety then for the lives of our command. We feel pain when others suffer for our mistakes. Your punishment shall be to watch them die." - Rojan to Kirk.
Kelinda : "These are lovely. Captain Kirk, what is it you call them?"
Kirk : "Flowers. I don't know the variety."
Kelinda : "Our memory tapes tell us of such things on Kelvan. Crystals that form with such rapidity, they seem to grow. They look like this fragile thing somewhat. We call them Sahsheer."
Kirk : "A rose by any other name."
Kelinda : "Captain?"
Kirk : "A quote from a great human poet, Shakespeare. That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet."
"This business of love. You have devoted much literature to it. Why do you build such a mystique around a simple biological function?" - Kelinda to Kirk.
"Yes, Humans are very peculiar. I often find them unfathomable, but an interesting psychological study." - Spock to Rojan.
Rojan : "I told her to stay away from him."
Spock : "It would appear, sir, that you have little control over her. Or perhaps Captain Kirk has more."
Tomar : "Very interesting. But I feel rather strange."
[He falls off his chair, unconscious. Scotty picks up the bottle and smiles at it.]
Scotty : "We did it, you and me. Put him right under the table!"
"Look what's happened in the short time you've been exposed to us. What do you think will happen in three centuries? When this ship gets to Kelva, the people on it will be human. They'll be aliens. Enemies!" - Kirk to Rojan.
Rojan : "You would really do that? You would extend welcome to invaders?"
Kirk : "No, but we would welcome friends
TOS : By Any Other Name