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4A father doesn't destroy his children.
5 -- Lt. Carolyn Palamas, "Who Mourns for Adonais?",
6 stardate 3468.1.
7%
8A little suffering is good for the soul.
9 -- Kirk, "The Corbomite Maneuver", stardate 1514.0
10%
11A man either lives life as it happens to him, meets it head-on and
12licks it, or he turns his back on it and starts to wither away.
13 -- Dr. Boyce, "The Menagerie" ("The Cage"), stardate unknown
14%
15A princess should not be afraid -- not with a brave knight to protect
16her.
17 -- McCoy, "Shore Leave", stardate 3025.3
18%
19A star captain's most solemn oath is that he will give his life, even
20his entire crew, rather than violate the Prime Directive.
21 -- Kirk, "The Omega Glory", stardate unknown
22%
23A Vulcan can no sooner be disloyal than he can exist without
24breathing.
25 -- Kirk, "The Menagerie", stardate 3012.4
26%
27A woman should have compassion.
28 -- Kirk, "Catspaw", stardate 3018.2
29%
30Actual war is a very messy business. Very, very messy business.
31 -- Kirk, "A Taste of Armageddon", stardate 3193.0
32%
33After a time, you may find that "having" is not so pleasing a thing,
34after all, as "wanting." It is not logical, but it is often true.
35 -- Spock, "Amok Time", stardate 3372.7
36%
37All your people must learn before you can reach for the stars.
38 -- Kirk, "The Gamesters of Triskelion", stardate 3259.2
39%
40Another Armenia, Belgium ... the weak innocents who always seem to be
41located on a natural invasion route.
42 -- Kirk, "Errand of Mercy", stardate 3198.4
43%
44Another dream that failed. There's nothing sadder.
45 -- Kirk, "This side of Paradise", stardate 3417.3
46%
47Another war ... must it always be so? How many comrades have we lost
48in this way? ... Obedience. Duty. Death, and more death ...
49 -- Romulan Commander, "Balance of Terror", stardate 1709.2
50%
51... bacteriological warfare ... hard to believe we were once foolish
52enough to play around with that.
53 -- McCoy, "The Omega Glory", stardate unknown
54%
55"Beauty is transitory."
56"Beauty survives."
57 -- Spock and Kirk, "That Which Survives", stardate unknown
58%
59Behind every great man, there is a woman -- urging him on.
60 -- Harry Mudd, "I, Mudd", stardate 4513.3
61%
62Blast medicine anyway! We've learned to tie into every organ in the
63human body but one. The brain! The brain is what life is all about.
64 -- McCoy, "The Menagerie", stardate 3012.4
65%
66But it's real. And if it's real it can be affected ... we may not be
67able to break it, but, I'll bet you credits to Navy Beans we can put a
68dent in it.
69 -- deSalle, "Catspaw", stardate 3018.2
70%
71"Can you imagine how life could be improved if we could do away with
72jealousy, greed, hate ..."
73
74"It can also be improved by eliminating love, tenderness, sentiment --
75the other side of the coin"
76 -- Dr. Roger Corby and Kirk, "What are Little Girls Made Of?",
77 stardate 2712.4
78%
79Change is the essential process of all existence.
80 -- Spock, "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield", stardate 5730.2
81%
82Compassion -- that's the one things no machine ever had. Maybe it's
83the one thing that keeps men ahead of them.
84 -- McCoy, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4731.3
85%
86Computers make excellent and efficient servants, but I have no wish to
87serve under them. Captain, a starship also runs on loyalty to one
88man. And nothing can replace it or him.
89 -- Spock, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4729.4
90%
91Conquest is easy. Control is not.
92 -- Kirk, "Mirror, Mirror", stardate unknown
93%
94Death, when unnecessary, is a tragic thing.
95 -- Flint, "Requiem for Methuselah", stardate 5843.7
96%
97Death. Destruction. Disease. Horror. That's what war is all about.
98That's what makes it a thing to be avoided.
99 -- Kirk, "A Taste of Armageddon", stardate 3193.0
100%
101Do you know about being with somebody? Wanting to be? If I had the
102whole universe, I'd give it to you, Janice. When I see you, I feel
103like I'm hungry all over. Do you know how that feels?
104 -- Charlie Evans, "Charlie X", stardate 1535.8
105%
106Do you know the one -- "All I ask is a tall ship, and a star to steer
107her by ..." You could feel the wind at your back, about you ... the
108sounds of the sea beneath you. And even if you take away the wind and
109the water, it's still the same. The ship is yours ... you can feel her
110... and the stars are still there.
111 -- Kirk, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4729.4
112%
113[Doctors and Bartenders], We both get the same two kinds of customers
114-- the living and the dying.
115 -- Dr. Boyce, "The Menagerie" ("The Cage"), stardate unknown
116%
117Each kiss is as the first.
118 -- Miramanee, Kirk's wife, "The Paradise Syndrome",
119 stardate 4842.6
120%
121Earth -- mother of the most beautiful women in the universe.
122 -- Apollo, "Who Mourns for Adonais?" stardate 3468.1
123%
124Either one of us, by himself, is expendable. Both of us are not.
125 -- Kirk, "The Devil in the Dark", stardate 3196.1
126%
127Emotions are alien to me. I'm a scientist.
128 -- Spock, "This Side of Paradise", stardate 3417.3
129%
130Even historians fail to learn from history -- they repeat the same
131mistakes.
132 -- John Gill, "Patterns of Force", stardate 2534.7
133%
134Every living thing wants to survive.
135 -- Spock, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4731.3
136%
137"Evil does seek to maintain power by suppressing the truth."
138"Or by misleading the innocent."
139 -- Spock and McCoy, "And The Children Shall Lead",
140 stardate 5029.5.
141%
142Extreme feminine beauty is always disturbing.
143 -- Spock, "The Cloud Minders", stardate 5818.4
144%
145Fascinating is a word I use for the unexpected.
146 -- Spock, "The Squire of Gothos", stardate 2124.5
147%
148Fascinating, a totally parochial attitude.
149 -- Spock, "Metamorphosis", stardate 3219.8
150%
151First study the enemy. Seek weakness.
152 -- Romulan Commander, "Balance of Terror", stardate 1709.2
153%
154Four thousand throats may be cut in one night by a running man.
155 -- Klingon Soldier, "Day of the Dove", stardate unknown
156%
157"... freedom ... is a worship word..."
158"It is our worship word too."
159 -- Cloud William and Kirk, "The Omega Glory", stardate unknown
160%
161Genius doesn't work on an assembly line basis. You can't simply say,
162"Today I will be brilliant."
163 -- Kirk, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4731.3
164%
165"Get back to your stations!"
166"We're beaming down to the planet, sir."
167 -- Kirk and Mr. Leslie, "This Side of Paradise",
168 stardate 3417.3
169%
170He's dead, Jim
171 -- McCoy, "The Devil in the Dark", stardate 3196.1
172%
173History tends to exaggerate.
174 -- Col. Green, "The Savage Curtain", stardate 5906.4
175%
176Humans do claim a great deal for that particular emotion (love).
177 -- Spock, "The Lights of Zetar", stardate 5725.6
178%
179I am pleased to see that we have differences. May we together become
180greater than the sum of both of us.
181 -- Surak of Vulcan, "The Savage Curtain", stardate 5906.4
182%
183I have never understood the female capacity to avoid a direct answer to
184any question.
185 -- Spock, "This Side of Paradise", stardate 3417.3
186%
187I object to intellect without discipline; I object to power without
188constructive purpose.
189 -- Spock, "The Squire of Gothos", stardate 2124.5
190%
191I realize that command does have its fascination, even under
192circumstances such as these, but I neither enjoy the idea of command
193nor am I frightened of it. It simply exists, and I will do whatever
194logically needs to be done.
195 -- Spock, "The Galileo Seven", stardate 2812.7
196%
197"I think they're going to take all this money that we spend now on war
198and death --"
199"And make them spend it on life."
200 -- Edith Keeler and Kirk, "The City on the Edge of Forever",
201 stardate unknown.
202%
203I thought my people would grow tired of killing. But you were right,
204they see it is easier than trading. And it has its pleasures. I feel
205it myself. Like the hunt, but with richer rewards.
206 -- Apella, "A Private Little War", stardate 4211.8
207%
208I'm a soldier, not a diplomat. I can only tell the truth.
209 -- Kirk, "Errand of Mercy", stardate 3198.9
210%
211I'm frequently appalled by the low regard you Earthmen have for life.
212 -- Spock, "The Galileo Seven", stardate 2822.3
213%
214I've already got a female to worry about. Her name is the Enterprise.
215 -- Kirk, "The Corbomite Maneuver", stardate 1514.0
216%
217If a man had a child who'd gone anti-social, killed perhaps, he'd still
218tend to protect that child.
219 -- McCoy, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4731.3
220%
221If I can have honesty, it's easier to overlook mistakes.
222 -- Kirk, "Space Seed", stardate 3141.9
223%
224If some day we are defeated, well, war has its fortunes, good and bad.
225 -- Commander Kor, "Errand of Mercy", stardate 3201.7
226%
227If there are self-made purgatories, then we all have to live in them.
228 -- Spock, "This Side of Paradise", stardate 3417.7
229%
230Immortality consists largely of boredom.
231 -- Zefrem Cochrane, "Metamorphosis", stardate 3219.8
232%
233In the strict scientific sense we all feed on death -- even
234vegetarians.
235 -- Spock, "Wolf in the Fold", stardate 3615.4
236%
237Insufficient facts always invite danger.
238 -- Spock, "Space Seed", stardate 3141.9
239%
240Insults are effective only where emotion is present.
241 -- Spock, "Who Mourns for Adonais?" stardate 3468.1
242%
243Intuition, however illogical, is recognized as a command prerogative.
244 -- Kirk, "Obsession", stardate 3620.7
245%
246Is not that the nature of men and women -- that the pleasure is in the
247learning of each other?
248 -- Natira, the High Priestess of Yonada, "For the World is
249 Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky", stardate 5476.3.
250%
251Is truth not truth for all?
252 -- Natira, "For the World is Hollow and I have Touched
253 the Sky", stardate 5476.4.
254%
255It [being a Vulcan] means to adopt a philosophy, a way of life which is
256logical and beneficial. We cannot disregard that philosophy merely for
257personal gain, no matter how important that gain might be.
258 -- Spock, "Journey to Babel", stardate 3842.4
259%
260It is a human characteristic to love little animals, especially if
261they're attractive in some way.
262 -- McCoy, "The Trouble with Tribbles", stardate 4525.6
263%
264It is more rational to sacrifice one life than six.
265 -- Spock, "The Galileo Seven", stardate 2822.3
266%
267It is necessary to have purpose.
268 -- Alice #1, "I, Mudd", stardate 4513.3
269%
270It is undignified for a woman to play servant to a man who is not
271hers.
272 -- Spock, "Amok Time", stardate 3372.7
273%
274It would be illogical to assume that all conditions remain stable
275 -- Spock, "The Enterprise" Incident", stardate 5027.3
276%
277It would be illogical to kill without reason
278 -- Spock, "Journey to Babel", stardate 3842.4
279%
280It would seem that evil retreats when forcibly confronted
281 -- Yarnek of Excalbia, "The Savage Curtain", stardate 5906.5
282%
283"It's hard to believe that something which is neither seen nor felt can
284do so much harm."
285
286"That's true. But an idea can't be seen or felt. And that's what kept
287the Troglytes in the mines all these centuries. A mistaken idea."
288 -- Vanna and Kirk, "The Cloud Minders", stardate 5819.0
289%
290Killing is stupid; useless!
291 -- McCoy, "A Private Little War", stardate 4211.8
292%
293Killing is wrong.
294 -- Losira, "That Which Survives", stardate unknown
295%
296Knowledge, sir, should be free to all!
297 -- Harry Mudd, "I, Mudd", stardate 4513.3
298%
299Landru! Guide us!
300 -- A Beta 3-oid, "The Return of the Archons", stardate 3157.4
301%
302Leave bigotry in your quarters; there's no room for it on the bridge.
303 -- Kirk, "Balance of Terror", stardate 1709.2
304%
305"Life and death are seldom logical."
306"But attaining a desired goal always is."
307 -- McCoy and Spock, "The Galileo Seven", stardate 2821.7
308%
309Live long and prosper.
310 -- Spock, "Amok Time", stardate 3372.7
311%
312"Logic and practical information do not seem to apply here."
313"You admit that?"
314"To deny the facts would be illogical, Doctor"
315 -- Spock and McCoy, "A Piece of the Action", stardate unknown
316%
317Lots of people drink from the wrong bottle sometimes.
318 -- Edith Keeler, "The City on the Edge of Forever",
319 stardate unknown
320%
321Love sometimes expresses itself in sacrifice.
322 -- Kirk, "Metamorphosis", stardate 3220.3
323%
324Madness has no purpose. Or reason. But it may have a goal.
325 -- Spock, "The Alternative Factor", stardate 3088.7
326%
327Many Myths are based on truth
328 -- Spock, "The Way to Eden", stardate 5832.3
329%
330Men don't talk peace unless they're ready to back it up with war.
331 -- Col. Green, "The Savage Curtain", stardate 5906.4
332%
333Men of peace usually are [brave].
334 -- Spock, "The Savage Curtain", stardate 5906.5
335%
336Men will always be men -- no matter where they are.
337 -- Harry Mudd, "Mudd's Women", stardate 1329.8
338%
339Military secrets are the most fleeting of all.
340 -- Spock, "The Enterprise Incident", stardate 5027.4
341%
342Most legends have their basis in facts.
343 -- Kirk, "And The Children Shall Lead", stardate 5029.5
344%
345Murder is contrary to the laws of man and God.
346 -- M-5 Computer, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4731.3
347%
348No more blah, blah, blah!
349 -- Kirk, "Miri", stardate 2713.6
350%
351No one can guarantee the actions of another.
352 -- Spock, "Day of the Dove", stardate unknown
353%
354No one may kill a man. Not for any purpose. It cannot be condoned.
355 -- Kirk, "Spock's Brain", stardate 5431.6
356%
357"No one talks peace unless he's ready to back it up with war."
358"He talks of peace if it is the only way to live."
359 -- Colonel Green and Surak of Vulcan, "The Savage Curtain",
360 stardate 5906.5.
361%
362No one wants war.
363 -- Kirk, "Errand of Mercy", stardate 3201.7
364%
365No problem is insoluble.
366 -- Dr. Janet Wallace, "The Deadly Years", stardate 3479.4
367%
368Not one hundred percent efficient, of course ... but nothing ever is.
369 -- Kirk, "Metamorphosis", stardate 3219.8
370%
371Oblivion together does not frighten me, beloved.
372 -- Thalassa (in Anne Mulhall's body), "Return to Tomorrow",
373 stardate 4770.3.
374%
375Oh, that sound of male ego. You travel halfway across the galaxy and
376it's still the same song.
377 -- Eve McHuron, "Mudd's Women", stardate 1330.1
378%
379On my planet, to rest is to rest -- to cease using energy. To me, it
380is quite illogical to run up and down on green grass, using energy,
381instead of saving it.
382 -- Spock, "Shore Leave", stardate 3025.2
383%
384One does not thank logic.
385 -- Sarek, "Journey to Babel", stardate 3842.4
386%
387One of the advantages of being a captain is being able to ask for
388advice without necessarily having to take it.
389 -- Kirk, "Dagger of the Mind", stardate 2715.2
390%
391Only a fool fights in a burning house.
392 -- Kank the Klingon, "Day of the Dove", stardate unknown
393%
394Our missions are peaceful -- not for conquest. When we do battle, it
395is only because we have no choice.
396 -- Kirk, "The Squire of Gothos", stardate 2124.5
397%
398Our way is peace.
399 -- Septimus, the Son Worshiper, "Bread and Circuses",
400 stardate 4040.7.
401%
402Pain is a thing of the mind. The mind can be controlled.
403 -- Spock, "Operation -- Annihilate!" stardate 3287.2
404%
405Peace was the way.
406 -- Kirk, "The City on the Edge of Forever", stardate unknown
407%
408Power is danger.
409 -- The Centurion, "Balance of Terror", stardate 1709.2
410%
411Prepare for tomorrow -- get ready.
412 -- Edith Keeler, "The City On the Edge of Forever",
413 stardate unknown
414%
415Punishment becomes ineffective after a certain point. Men become
416insensitive.
417 -- Eneg, "Patterns of Force", stardate 2534.7
418%
419Respect is a rational process
420 -- McCoy, "The Galileo Seven", stardate 2822.3
421%
422Romulan women are not like Vulcan females. We are not dedicated to
423pure logic and the sterility of non-emotion.
424 -- Romulan Commander, "The Enterprise Incident",
425 stardate 5027.3
426%
427Schshschshchsch.
428 -- The Gorn, "Arena", stardate 3046.2
429%
430Sometimes a feeling is all we humans have to go on.
431 -- Kirk, "A Taste of Armageddon", stardate 3193.9
432%
433Sometimes a man will tell his bartender things he'll never tell his doctor.
434 -- Dr. Phillip Boyce, "The Menagerie" ("The Cage"),
435 stardate unknown.
436%
437Star Trek Lives!
438%
439Suffocating together ... would create heroic camaraderie.
440 -- Khan Noonian Singh, "Space Seed", stardate 3142.8
441%
442Superior ability breeds superior ambition.
443 -- Spock, "Space Seed", stardate 3141.9
444%
445"That unit is a woman."
446"A mass of conflicting impulses."
447 -- Spock and Nomad, "The Changeling", stardate 3541.9
448%
449"The combination of a number of things to make existence worthwhile."
450"Yes, the philosophy of 'none,' meaning 'all.'"
451 -- Spock and Lincoln, "The Savage Curtain", stardate 5906.4
452%
453The face of war has never changed. Surely it is more logical to heal
454than to kill.
455 -- Surak of Vulcan, "The Savage Curtain", stardate 5906.5
456%
457The games have always strengthened us. Death becomes a familiar
458pattern. We don't fear it as you do.
459 -- Proconsul Marcus Claudius, "Bread and Circuses",
460 stardate 4041.2
461%
462"The glory of creation is in its infinite diversity."
463"And in the way our differences combine to create meaning and beauty."
464 -- Dr. Miranda Jones and Spock, "Is There in Truth No Beauty?",
465 stardate 5630.8
466%
467The heart is not a logical organ.
468 -- Dr. Janet Wallace, "The Deadly Years", stardate 3479.4
469%
470The idea of male and female are universal constants.
471 -- Kirk, "Metamorphosis", stardate 3219.8
472%
473The joys of love made her human and the agonies of love destroyed her.
474 -- Spock, "Requiem for Methuselah", stardate 5842.8
475%
476The man on tops walks a lonely street; the "chain" of command is often
477a noose.
478%
479The more complex the mind, the greater the need for the simplicity of
480play.
481 -- Kirk, "Shore Leave", stardate 3025.8
482%
483The only solution is ... a balance of power. We arm our side with
484exactly that much more. A balance of power -- the trickiest, most
485difficult, dirtiest game of them all. But the only one that preserves
486both sides.
487 -- Kirk, "A Private Little War", stardate 4211.8
488%
489The people of Gideon have always believed that life is sacred. That
490the love of life is the greatest gift ... We are incapable of
491destroying or interfering with the creation of that which we love so
492deeply -- life in every form from fetus to developed being.
493 -- Hodin of Gideon, "The Mark of Gideon", stardate 5423.4
494%
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496to know each other.
497 -- Kirk, "Elaan of Troyius", stardate 4372.5
498%
499"The release of emotion is what keeps us health. Emotionally healthy."
500
501"That may be, Doctor. However, I have noted that the healthy release
502of emotion is frequently unhealthy for those closest to you."
503 -- McCoy and Spock, "Plato's Stepchildren", stardate 5784.3
504%
505The sight of death frightens them [Earthers].
506 -- Kras the Klingon, "Friday's Child", stardate 3497.2
507%
508The sooner our happiness together begins, the longer it will last.
509 -- Miramanee, "The Paradise Syndrome", stardate 4842.6
510%
511... The things love can drive a man to -- the ecstasies, the
512the miseries, the broken rules, the desperate chances, the glorious
513failures and the glorious victories.
514 -- McCoy, "Requiem for Methuselah", stardate 5843.7
515%
516There are always alternatives.
517 -- Spock, "The Galileo Seven", stardate 2822.3
518%
519There are certain things men must do to remain men.
520 -- Kirk, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4929.4
521%
522There are some things worth dying for.
523 -- Kirk, "Errand of Mercy", stardate 3201.7
524%
525There comes to all races an ultimate crisis which you have yet to face
526.... One day our minds became so powerful we dared think of ourselves
527as gods.
528 -- Sargon, "Return to Tomorrow", stardate 4768.3
529%
530There is a multi-legged creature crawling on your shoulder.
531 -- Spock, "A Taste of Armageddon", stardate 3193.9
532%
533There is an old custom among my people. When a woman saves a man's
534life, he is grateful.
535 -- Nona, the Kanuto which woman, "A Private Little War",
536 stardate 4211.8.
537%
538There is an order of things in this universe.
539 -- Apollo, "Who Mourns for Adonais?" stardate 3468.1
540%
541There's a way out of any cage.
542 -- Captain Christopher Pike, "The Menagerie" ("The Cage"),
543 stardate unknown.
544%
545There's another way to survive. Mutual trust -- and help.
546 -- Kirk, "Day of the Dove", stardate unknown
547%
548There's no honorable way to kill, no gentle way to destroy. There is
549nothing good in war. Except its ending.
550 -- Abraham Lincoln, "The Savage Curtain", stardate 5906.5
551%
552There's nothing disgusting about it [the Companion]. It's just another
553life form, that's all. You get used to those things.
554 -- McCoy, "Metamorphosis", stardate 3219.8
555%
556"There's only one kind of woman ..."
557"Or man, for that matter. You either believe in yourself or you don't."
558 -- Kirk and Harry Mudd, "Mudd's Women", stardate 1330.1
559%
560This cultural mystique surrounding the biological function -- you
561realize humans are overly preoccupied with the subject.
562 -- Kelinda the Kelvan, "By Any Other Name", stardate 4658.9
563%
564Those who hate and fight must stop themselves -- otherwise it is not
565stopped.
566 -- Spock, "Day of the Dove", stardate unknown
567%
568Time is fluid ... like a river with currents, eddies, backwash.
569 -- Spock, "The City on the Edge of Forever", stardate 3134.0
570%
571To live is always desirable.
572 -- Eleen the Capellan, "Friday's Child", stardate 3498.9
573%
574Too much of anything, even love, isn't necessarily a good thing.
575 -- Kirk, "The Trouble with Tribbles", stardate 4525.6
576%
577Totally illogical, there was no chance.
578 -- Spock, "The Galileo Seven", stardate 2822.3
579%
580Uncontrolled power will turn even saints into savages. And we can all
581be counted on to live down to our lowest impulses.
582 -- Parmen, "Plato's Stepchildren", stardate 5784.3
583%
584Violence in reality is quite different from theory.
585 -- Spock, "The Cloud Minders", stardate 5818.4
586%
587Virtue is a relative term.
588 -- Spock, "Friday's Child", stardate 3499.1
589%
590Vulcans believe peace should not depend on force.
591 -- Amanda, "Journey to Babel", stardate 3842.3
592%
593Vulcans do not approve of violence.
594 -- Spock, "Journey to Babel", stardate 3842.4
595%
596Vulcans never bluff.
597 -- Spock, "The Doomsday Machine", stardate 4202.1
598%
599Vulcans worship peace above all.
600 -- McCoy, "Return to Tomorrow", stardate 4768.3
601%
602Wait! You have not been prepared!
603 -- Mr. Atoz, "Tomorrow is Yesterday", stardate 3113.2
604%
605War is never imperative.
606 -- McCoy, "Balance of Terror", stardate 1709.2
607%
608War isn't a good life, but it's life.
609 -- Kirk, "A Private Little War", stardate 4211.8
610%
611[War] is instinctive. But the instinct can be fought. We're human
612beings with the blood of a million savage years on our hands! But we
613can stop it. We can admit that we're killers ... but we're not going
614to kill today. That's all it takes! Knowing that we're not going to
615kill today!
616 -- Kirk, "A Taste of Armageddon", stardate 3193.0
617%
618We do not colonize. We conquer. We rule. There is no other way for
619us.
620 -- Rojan, "By Any Other Name", stardate 4657.5
621%
622We fight only when there is no other choice. We prefer the ways of
623peaceful contact.
624 -- Kirk, "Spectre of the Gun", stardate 4385.3
625%
626We have found all life forms in the galaxy are capable of superior
627development.
628 -- Kirk, "The Gamesters of Triskelion", stardate 3211.7
629%
630We have phasers, I vote we blast 'em!
631 -- Bailey, "The Corbomite Maneuver", stardate 1514.2
632%
633"We have the right to survive!"
634"Not be killing others."
635 -- Deela and Kirk, "Wink of An Eye", stardate 5710.5
636%
637We Klingons believe as you do -- the sick should die. Only the strong
638should live.
639 -- Kras, "Friday's Child", stardate 3497.2
640%
641We're all sorry for the other guy when he loses his job to a machine.
642But when it comes to your job -- that's different. And it always will
643be different.
644 -- McCoy, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4729.4
645%
646"What happened to the crewman?"
647
648"The M-5 computer needed a new power source, the crewman merely got in
649the way."
650 -- Kirk and Dr. Richard Daystrom, "The Ultimate Computer",
651 stardate 4731.3.
652%
653What kind of love is that? Not to be loved; never to have shown love.
654 -- Commissioner Nancy Hedford, "Metamorphosis",
655 stardate 3219.8
656%
657"What terrible way to die."
658"There are no good ways."
659 -- Sulu and Kirk, "That Which Survives", stardate unknown
660%
661When a child is taught ... its programmed with simple instructions --
662and at some point, if its mind develops properly, it exceeds the sum of
663what it was taught, thinks independently.
664 -- Dr. Richard Daystrom, "The Ultimate Computer",
665 stardate 4731.3.
666%
667When dreams become more important than reality, you give up travel,
668building, creating; you even forget how to repair the machines left
669behind by your ancestors. You just sit living and reliving other lives
670left behind in the thought records.
671 -- Vina, "The Menagerie" ("The Cage"), stardate unknown
672%
673Where there's no emotion, there's no motive for violence.
674 -- Spock, "Dagger of the Mind", stardate 2715.1
675%
676Witch! Witch! They'll burn ya!
677 -- Hag, "Tomorrow is Yesterday", stardate unknown
678%
679Without facts, the decision cannot be made logically. You must rely on
680your human intuition.
681 -- Spock, "Assignment: Earth", stardate unknown
682%
683Without followers, evil cannot spread.
684 -- Spock, "And The Children Shall Lead", stardate 5029.5
685%
686Without freedom of choice there is no creativity.
687 -- Kirk, "The return of the Archons", stardate 3157.4
688%
689Women are more easily and more deeply terrified ... generating more
690sheer horror than the male of the species.
691 -- Spock, "Wolf in the Fold", stardate 3615.4
692%
693Women professionals do tend to over-compensate.
694 -- Dr. Elizabeth Dehaver, "Where No Man Has Gone Before",
695 stardate 1312.9.
696%
697Worlds are conquered, galaxies destroyed -- but a woman is always a
698woman.
699 -- Kirk, "Conscience of the King", stardate unknown
700%
701Worlds may change, galaxies disintegrate, but a woman always remains a
702woman.
703 -- Kirk, "The Conscience of the King", stardate 2818.9
704%
705Yes, it is written. Good shall always destroy evil.
706 -- Sirah the Yang, "The Omega Glory", stardate unknown
707%
708You are an excellent tactician, Captain. You let your second in
709command attack while you sit and watch for weakness.
710 -- Khan Noonian Singh, "Space Seed", stardate 3141.9
711%
712You can't evaluate a man by logic alone.
713 -- McCoy, "I, Mudd", stardate 4513.3
714%
715You Earth people glorified organized violence for forty centuries. But
716you imprison those who employ it privately.
717 -- Spock, "Dagger of the Mind", stardate 2715.1
718%
719You go slow, be gentle. It's no one-way street -- you know how you
720feel and that's all. It's how the girl feels too. Don't press. If
721the girl feels anything for you at all, you'll know.
722 -- Kirk, "Charlie X", stardate 1535.8
723%
724You humans have that emotional need to express gratitude. "You're
725welcome," I believe, is the correct response.
726 -- Spock, "Bread and Circuses", stardate 4041.2
727%
728You say you are lying. But if everything you say is a lie, then you
729are telling the truth. You cannot tell the truth because everything
730you say is a lie. You lie, you tell the truth ... but you cannot, for
731you lie.
732 -- Norman the android, "I, Mudd", stardate 4513.3
733%
734You speak of courage. Obviously you do not know the difference between
735courage and foolhardiness. Always it is the brave ones who die, the
736soldiers.
737 -- Kor, the Klingon Commander, "Errand of Mercy",
738 stardate 3201.7
739%
740You! What PLANET is this!
741 -- McCoy, "The City on the Edge of Forever", stardate 3134.0
742%
743You'll learn something about men and women -- the way they're supposed
744to be. Caring for each other, being happy with each other, being good
745to each other. That's what we call love. You'll like that a lot.
746 -- Kirk, "The Apple", stardate 3715.6
747%
748You're dead, Jim.
749 -- McCoy, "Amok Time", stardate 3372.7
750%
751You're dead, Jim.
752 -- McCoy, "The Tholian Web", stardate unknown
753%
754You're too beautiful to ignore. Too much woman.
755 -- Kirk to Yeoman Rand, "The Enemy Within", stardate unknown
756%
757Youth doesn't excuse everything.
758 -- Dr. Janice Lester (in Kirk's body), "Turnabout Intruder",
759 stardate 5928.5.