Star Trek

Season 2 Episode 25

Bread and Circuses

Aired Unknown Mar 15, 1968 on NBC



  • Quotes

    • McCoy: Spock, uh...I know we've had our disagreements. Maybe they're jokes. I don't know. As Jim says, we're not often sure ourselves sometimes, but what I'm trying to say is --
      Spock: Doctor, I am seeking a means of escape. Will you please be brief?
      McCoy: Well, what I'm trying to say is you saved my life in the arena.
      Spock: Yes, that's quite true.
      McCoy: I'm trying to thank you, you pointed-eared hobgoblin!
      Spock: Oh, yes. You humans have that emotional need to express gratitude. 'You're welcome', I believe, is the correct response. However, Doctor, you must remember I am entirely motivated by logic. The loss of our ship's surgeon, whatever I think of his skill, would mean a reduction in the efficiency of the Enterprise...
      McCoy: Do you know why you're not afraid to die, Spock? You're more afraid of living. Each day you stay alive is just one more day you might slip and let your human half peek out. That's it, isn't it? Insecurity. Why, you wouldn't know what to do with a genuine, warm, decent feeling.
      (long pause)
      Spock: Really, Doctor.
      McCoy: I know. I'm worried about Jim too.

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