Star Trek

Season 2 Episode 25

Bread and Circuses

Aired Unknown Mar 15, 1968 on NBC



  • Quotes

    • Merik: I think you can see why they don't want to have their stability contaminated by dangerous ideas of other ways and places.
      Spock: Interesting, and given a conservative empire, quite understandable.
      McCoy: Are you out of your head?
      Spock: I said I understood it. I find the checks and balances of this civilization quite illuminating.
      McCoy: Next he'll be telling us he prefers it over Earth history.
      Spock: They do seem to have escaped the carnage of your first three world wars, Doctor.
      McCoy: They have slavery, gladiatorial games, despotism...
      Spock: Situations quite familiar to the six million who died in your first world war, the 11 million who died in your second, the 37 million who died in your third. Shall I go on?
      Marcus: Interesting. And you, Captain...which world do you prefer?
      Kirk: My world, proconsul, is my vessel, my oath, my crew.