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9th Jul '16 2:07:49 PM BDA1978
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** But then there's the ''outtake'' of that scene, wherein there is a moment of silence and then Leonard Nimoy deadpans, "Get your hand off my leg."

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**Especially pay attention to Scotty, as Uhura a hand on his shoulder and he looks almost on the verge of tears.
** But then there's the ''outtake'' of that scene, wherein there is a moment of silence and then Leonard Nimoy deadpans, "Get your hand off my leg." "
16th Nov '15 5:56:03 AM LtFedora
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* The scene in the hospital where [=McCoy=] gives the sick old lady on dialysis some 23rd century medicine... and a few scenes later, she's ''grown a new set of kidneys.''

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* The scene in the hospital where [=McCoy=] gives the sick old lady on dialysis some 23rd century medicine... and a few scenes later, she's ''grown a new set of kidneys.'''' If you look closely, you can see the woman waving to [=McCoy=] and he smiles back.
9th Jul '15 9:58:15 PM BDA1978
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** This is a call back to an earlier scene where Spock is troubled about not having exact figures, and Bones suggests for him to guess. When Spock flatly says that it's not in his nature to guess, Bones smiles and tells Spock that "Nobody's Perfect" which Spock apparently takes to heart.
3rd May '14 4:46:03 AM LongLiveHumour
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** Really, the entire conversation is heartwarming in at least three different ways. Sarek shows his love for Spock, both unconditionally and with direct approval for his life choices; Kirk and the crew earn the respect of the reserved Vulcan (validating the entire intercultural-cooperation idea of the show, really); and Spock acknowledges his deep friendship with them. All with the typical reserve and formality of Vulcans, yet immensely powerful thanks to the performances of Mark Lenard and LeonardNimoy.

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** Really, the entire conversation is heartwarming in at least three different ways. Sarek shows his love for Spock, both unconditionally and with direct approval for his life choices; Kirk and the crew earn the respect of the reserved Vulcan (validating the entire intercultural-cooperation idea of the show, really); and Spock acknowledges his deep friendship with them. All with the typical reserve and formality of Vulcans, yet immensely powerful thanks to the performances of Mark Lenard and LeonardNimoy.Creator/LeonardNimoy.
15th Feb '14 12:34:50 PM RoseAndHeather
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** Except [[SpamWarrior3000 this troper]] can't watch it without laughing because she's seen the ''outtake'' of that scene, wherein there is a moment of silence and then Leonard Nimoy deadpans, "Get your hand off my leg."

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** Except [[SpamWarrior3000 this troper]] can't watch it without laughing because she's seen But then there's the ''outtake'' of that scene, wherein there is a moment of silence and then Leonard Nimoy deadpans, "Get your hand off my leg."
14th Jan '14 7:34:15 PM InaudibleRage
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** Sarek's confidence that the Enterprise crew will pull through and fix the problem is pretty heartwarming, and further shows how much he's come to respect them as well as his son.
15th Sep '13 2:58:41 PM Hallwings
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-->'''Officer:''' Mr Spock. You do not stand accused.
-->'''Spock:''' I stand with my friends.

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-->'''Officer:''' Mr -->'''President:''' Captain Spock. You do not stand accused.
-->'''Spock:''' Mr. President, I stand with my friends.shipmates.
7th Aug '13 1:02:16 PM Hero_Gal_2347
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23rd Mar '13 3:30:37 PM WarriorEowyn
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* After being "punished" with demotion at their trial, the crew are discussing what ship they've been assigned to, all agreeing that it'll be some clapped out old piece of rubbish... and then it's revealed to be a brand new U.S.S ''Enterprise''...
--> '''Kirk:''' My friends... We've come home.
** Which the next movie revealed to be a ''brand new'' piece of rubbish.
** It's not rubbish! ...It was just put together by monkeys.
* "Tell my mother... I feel fine."
** For the ''Trekkie'' audience, seeing Jane Wyatt make her appearance as Spock's Mom was heartwarming itself.

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* After being "punished" with demotion The film has perhaps the only one that happens before the film even starts: it was released soon after the ''Challenger'' disaster, and the producers took it upon themselves to put the following at their trial, the beginning of the print: "Dedicated to the crew are discussing what ship they've been assigned to, all agreeing that it'll be some clapped out old piece of rubbish... the space shuttle ''Challenger'', whose courageous spirit will live to the 23rd century and then it's revealed to be a brand new U.S.S ''Enterprise''...
--> '''Kirk:''' My friends... We've come home.
** Which the next movie revealed to be a ''brand new'' piece of rubbish.
** It's not rubbish! ...It was just put together by monkeys.
* "Tell my mother... I feel fine.
beyond."
** For * When Chekov informs Kirk he and Uhura have found the ''Trekkie'' audience, seeing Jane Wyatt make her appearance as Spock's Mom was heartwarming itself."nuclear wessel", Chekov notes "Admiral, it is the ''Enterprise''.", which almost takes Kirk aback, that no matter what time or place they're in, the ''Enterprise'' will be there to help him.



* The scene where Kirk and the others talk about rescuing Chekov. They ask Spock what he thinks, and he agrees that they must save Chekov. Kirk asks, "Is that the logical thing to do, Spock?" Spock answers, "No, but it is the human thing to do." At that moment, Kirk and everyone else knew that Spock was truly back.
* "Admiral! There be ''whales'' here!"



* It also has perhaps the only one that happens before the film even starts: it was released soon after the ''Challenger'' disaster, and the producers took it upon themselves to put the following at the beginning of the print: "Dedicated to the crew of the space shuttle ''Challenger'', whose courageous spirit will live to the 23rd century and beyond."

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* It also has perhaps The scene where the only one that happens before the film even starts: it was released soon after the ''Challenger'' disaster, and the producers took it upon themselves to put the following at the beginning of the print: "Dedicated to the ''Enterprise'' crew of the space shuttle ''Challenger'', whose courageous spirit will live to the 23rd century and beyond."are put on trial:
-->'''Officer:''' Mr Spock. You do not stand accused.
-->'''Spock:''' I stand with my friends.



** Of course, it's capped with Spock finally asserting his humanity and closing the [[BookEnds bookend]] from the beginning of the movie, when he tells his father to tell his mother "he feels fine".

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** Of course, it's It's capped with Spock finally asserting his humanity and closing the [[BookEnds bookend]] from the beginning of the movie, when he tells his father to tell his mother "he feels fine".fine".
** For the ''Trekkie'' audience, seeing Jane Wyatt make her appearance as Spock's Mom was heartwarming itself.



* The scene where Kirk and the others talk about rescuing Chekov. They ask Spock what he thinks, and he agrees that they must save Chekov. Kirk asks, "Is that the logical thing to do, Spock?" Spock answers, "No, but it is the human thing to do." At that moment, Kirk and everyone else knew that Spock was truly back.
* "Admiral! There be ''whales'' here!"
* The scene where the ''Enterprise'' crew are put on trial:
-->'''Officer:''' Mr Spock. You do not stand accused.
-->'''Spock:''' I stand with my friends.
* When Chekov informs Kirk he and Uhura have found the "nuclear wessel", Chekov notes "Admiral, it is the ''Enterprise''.", which almost takes Kirk aback, that no matter what time or place they're in, the ''Enterprise'' will be there to help him.
28th Jan '13 7:04:13 PM StClair
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* The scene in the hospital where [=McCoy=] gives the sick old lady on dialysis 23rd-century medicine... and a few scenes later, she's ''grown a new set of kidneys.''

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* The scene in the hospital where [=McCoy=] gives the sick old lady on dialysis 23rd-century some 23rd century medicine... and a few scenes later, she's ''grown a new set of kidneys.''
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