With Spock's help, McCoy worked Kirk into some dry clothes then tucked a blanket around him.
It just didn't occur to me earlier Spock might get seasick.
He has a fractured skull, " Spock replied.
It just did n't occur to me earlier Spock might get seasick.
He has a fractured skull, Spock replied.
Leonard Nimoy : Though he might be most famous for playing Spock in Star Trek, Leonard Nimoy has been a successful photographer for more than 40 years.
Spock" is an incredible professional photographer.
But what about happened before Kirk was Captain Kirk, or Spock was Number Two.
Artwork in the press-packages showed Mr. Spock with ears airbrushed to roundness - the pointed ears, they thought, might be considered 'satanic'.
People just weren't ready for women in positions of command, they said, so Number One was demoted (to nurse!) and Science Officer Spock was promoted to second-in-command of the Starship Enterprise.
And to fill the 'outsider looking in' role filled by Spock in the original series, Next Generation gave us an android.
But while Spock had borderline contempt for humans, android Data was the artifact that wanted to be real.
The plot involves mysterious aliens who infiltrate the Enterprise and hijack ... well, Spock's brain.
The women have appropriated Spock's brain to serve as the central controller of their computer system, which is the means to their advanced way of life.
Of course, they are forced to give up the brain, which is surgically returned to Spock, and the women are faced with the prospect of having to re-merge their lives with those of the other gender on the surface.
Spock and McCoy quickly cotton to the switcheroo, with Spock's Vulcan mind meld coming in handy yet again.
Soon it becomes clear that McCoy has somehow altered the past, and Kirk and Spock must go through the Guardian at some point prior to McCoy's entry, locate him and prevent him from doing whatever it is that changes history.
Kirk, Spock and McCoy investigate and discover that the people's thoughts are monitored by an unknown source and cause them pain if they think of any forbidden subjects.
In this episode, Kirk, Spock and McCoy are accidently transported into a dying planet's past.
Spock and McCoy end up in an ice age, where they find an isolated woman living alone.
Kirk is arrested for "talking to spirits", and Spock falls in love with a woman and is reluctant to find a way to escape from the cold desolation.
It is one of those rare times where you see Spock with actual emotion (the other one was "This Side of Paradise").
The original slash pairing was Kirk and Spock, denoted Kirk/Spock or K/S.
The Star Trek franchise pioneered the use of aliens as continuing dramatic characters, with Mr. Spock in the original series.
It is worth noting that Mr. Spock was half-human, perhaps to make him more accessible and acceptable to a human audience in the 'sixties, perhaps to make dramatic hay out of his 'at home nowhere' situation.
All the girls in my Junior High (which was what they called Middle School in those days) were in love with Mr. Spock.
Kirk. He became a proficient navigator and was also skilled at the science officer's station, filling in for Spock when he was absent.
Spock informed her that she must work quickly, but also stated he could think of no one better equipped for the job at hand.
Sulu defied Starfleet orders to mount a rescue mission to recover Kirk and Spock.
In the original series, Mister Spock was not just a Vulcan, he was half-Vulcan and half-human.
A long-standing point of tension during the original Star Trek series was Nurse Chapel's attraction to Mr. Spock, the half-Vulcan science officer aboard the Enterprise.
It was Spock's inability to return her feelings that led to tension between them.
Initially, Chapel kept her feelings toward Spock to herself.
But a Psi 2000 intoxication afflicted the members of the Enterprise and she admitted her feelings to Spock during this time.
She insisted that Spock address her by her first name, but he refused and continued to call her Nurse Chapel.
While Spock was inflicted by the Vulcan blood fever "pon farr", he underwent a period of intense and uncontrollable emotional outbursts.
It was during this time the two openly discussed her attraction and Spock's inability to return the sentiment.
It was a brief moment, but Spock gave her a glimmer of hope when he referred to her as Christine for the first time.
After three years of living with a quiet love, Chapel finally shared a kiss with Spock.
Star Trek the Motion Picture was released in 1980, followed by The Wrath of Khan in 1982 and Search for Spock in 1984.
After the death of Spock, the crew of the Enterprise is devastated.
Kirk and Spock's father Sarek discover that Spock's eternal soul (or Katra) has been placed in Dr. McCoy's own mind!
Going against Star Fleet orders, Kirk , Scotty, Sulu, Chekov and McCoy steal back the Enterprise to go to Genesis, the experimental planet where Spock's coffin was previously dispersed.
Captain Kirk and Spock discover that humpback whales are the only species that can communicate with the strange objects.
Spock uses the Vulcan grip to stop an obnoxious kid who was playing his boom box too loud.
Captain Kirk, Spock and McCoy's vacation is cut short when a Vulcan hijacks the Enterprise to take it on a journey to discover the mysteries of the universe.
The Vulcan (who turns out to be a close relative of Spock) has embraced the emotional side of their early ancestors, instead of pure logic.
But Kirk is best remembered as one-third of the Star Trek triumverate - Kirk, Spock and McCoy.
Star Trek's Mr. Spock is First Officer (and thus second in command) on Captain James T.
In Star Trek: the Original Series, Spock formed a third of the triumverate of main characters with Kirk and the Doctor, and offset and counterbalanced the Doctor's emotional response to situations.
Played by actor Leonard Nimoy, Spock possesses the Vulcan characteristics of pointed ears and upward-pointing eyebrows.
When the series was originally being promoted, 'suits' at NBC thought the character looked too 'Satanic', and early posters and promotional materials show Spock's ears and eyebrows airbrushed to human roundness.
Early in the series, Spock was used as a odd-man-out character, the stranger in a strange land who didn't understand human frivolity.
This theme vanished after the earlier episodes, and it was left for the Doctor to continually harp on Spock's Vulcanity as the series progressed - everyone else, apparently, had Gotten Over It.
As a Vulcan, Mr. Spock has a few abilities that his human colleagues lack.
Spock not only can 'mind-meld' with his human shipmates, but with alien lifeforms as well.
Few of Star Trek's characters had as many indignities heaped on them as the unfortunate Mr. Spock.
Nurse Chapel spends the original Star Trek suffering an unrequited crush on Spock, which is played mainly for pathos, although some laughs are had.
Being better equipped mentally, Spock usually wins these.
According to the IMDB, Blalock was a huge fan of the original Star Trek while growing up, and her favorite character was Spock (Leonard Nimoy).
Her character received mixed reviews, initially, particularly because her uniforms were more Seven of Nine than Spock, but Blalock's cool portrayal of the logical Vulcan never rang false.
The setting, the musicality and even the character choices as well as the frictions between Vulcans (long-treasured allies thanks to Mr. Spock) and the humans, created a real chasm of opinion between Star Trek fans.
In Star Trek, Spock's Vulcan ears are a nod to Elven origins and the mysteries of logic rather than magic.
Spock: Spock is a beloved character who is half Vulcan and half human.
Spock brought about dimension and longevity to the Star Trek phenomenon.
Because Vulcans live for hundreds of years, the Spock character was able to transcend the hundreds of years between the original series and Star Trek the Next Generation where he appears as Ambassador Spock.
Leonard Nemoy, who played the original Spock also played an older version of himself in the most recent Star Trek movie, Star Trek which ties the beloved actors from the original series to the newest actors to play those characters.
Many original fans made comparisons to the original series asking if the android officer Data was supposed to be Spock.
Only one line from Kirk is available, which is "Captain's log, supplemental," but there are a few from Spock.
He looks at Spock and says, "I'm a doctor not a bricklayer."
The big three earned the moniker for the strong, featuring roles they shared in the lead of their franchise, beginning with the original big three: Kirk, Spock and McCoy.
Kirk was the Captain, Spock his First Officer and McCoy was the Doctor, the only one who could order either one to stand down for medical reasons.
Despite the hard time that McCoy gave Spock and vice-versa, the men were very good friends as demonstrated when in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Spock mind-melded his Ka into McCoy's mind.
Odo, like Spock and Data, was the alien in the triangle, but Major Kira Nerys complimented him as a Bajoran who also struggled with understanding human interactions.
While Data's inability to feel emotion and Spock's suppression of emotion offered multiple parallels, the characters remained unique as individuals and in relationships with others.
The ship was home to Kirk, Spock, McCoy and the crew.
In the third feature film: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Kirk and his crew stole the limping and soon to be decommissioned Enterprise to rescue Saavik, the young Spock and David from the Genesis planet.
When Kirk initiated the self-destruct aboard the great vessel, it was painful to see the Enterprise sacrificed to save her crew, much as Spock sacrificed himself in the second film.
Kirk blew up the Enterprise in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.
Abram, Captain Kirk and Spock actually have a bit of an altercation on the bridge.
Unfortunately, part of the mating ritual involves Spock suffering from a condition known as Pon farr, in which the male Vulcan must "mate or die."
Eventually, the episode climax occurs when Spock and Captain Kirk enter into a duel to the death, but beforehand, McCoy injects Captain Kirk with a compound that simulates a condition like death.
Tricked into believing that he has killed the captain, Spock loses all desire for the female Vulcan.
Gene and Majel had seen me perform and he’d worked it into the show that I sang two or three times, and I even spoofed Spock.
The film goes back in time before Captain Kirk and Dr. Spock meet on the Starship the U.S.S. Enterprise and proceeds from there.
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