History Heartwarming / StarTrekTheOriginalSeries

19th Aug '16 4:09:39 PM Snarf
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-->'''Spock''': "He 'knows'..."

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-->'''Spock''': "He 'knows'...''knows''..."
19th Aug '16 4:08:47 PM Snarf
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-->'''Spock''': "He 'knows'..."
11th Aug '16 10:34:33 AM HeroGal2347
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* While [=McCoy=] actually gets to perform the ActOfTrueLove for this episode, it's implied or outright stated that Kirk and Spock would have done the same thing if they hadn't been knocked out.
15th Feb '16 3:21:52 PM Fiendish
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* George Takei has said that early on, at a time when he was still otherwise mostly closeted, Walter Koenig noticed him checking out some guy on the set and figured out he was gay... and proceeded to be completely supportive. Years and years later, Koenig was the best man at Takei's wedding after gay marriage was legalized.
7th Jan '16 8:50:59 AM HeraldAlberich
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[[AC: The Naked Time]]

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[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS1E4TheNakedTime The Naked Time]]Time]]]]



-->'''Kirk''': Never lose you...never.

[[AC: The Menagerie]]

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-->'''Kirk''': -->'''Kirk:''' Never lose you...you... never.

[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS1E11TheMenageriePartI The Menagerie]]Menagerie]]]]



[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS1E14BalanceOfTerror Balance Of Terror]]]]
* Late in the story, Scotty reports that the control room for the ship's phasers is being manned by one person. Lieutenant Stiles, the navigator, volunteers to assist as his first assignment was as a phaser controller. Kirk agrees and asks Uhura to take his place at navigation. What is not stated, or even commented upon, is that with Sulu already at his station, this means the ''Enterprise'' is now being operated by a black woman and an asian man. Nobody comments on this, nobody wonders about that, they just accept it as perfectly natural. With no dialogue or [[AnAesop a heavy handed message]], the show features just a natural acceptance across gender and racial lines.

[[AC: The Devil In The Dark]]
* Kirk and Spock resolve the situation by ShamingTheMob with the revelation that the Horta MonsterIsAMommy, and then propose a solution to resolve the situation-which is that the hortas are really good at mining and should help the human miners. It works perfectly, with both populations ending the story living and prospering together in peace. The head of the operation even calls Kirk to tell him how well they're getting along.

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[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS1E14BalanceOfTerror Balance Of of Terror]]]]
* Late in the story, Scotty reports that the control room for the ship's phasers is being manned by one person. Lieutenant Stiles, the navigator, volunteers to assist as his first assignment was as a phaser controller. Kirk agrees and asks Uhura to take his place at navigation. What is not stated, or even commented upon, is that with Sulu already at his station, this means the ''Enterprise'' is now being operated by a black woman and an asian Asian man. Nobody comments on this, nobody wonders about that, they just accept it as perfectly natural. With no dialogue or [[AnAesop a heavy handed message]], the show features just a natural acceptance across gender and racial lines.

[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS1E25TheDevilInTheDark The Devil In The Dark]]
in the Dark]]]]
* Kirk and Spock resolve the situation by ShamingTheMob with the revelation that the Horta MonsterIsAMommy, and then propose a solution to resolve the situation-which situation--which is that the hortas are really good at mining and should help the human miners. It works perfectly, with both populations ending the story living and prospering together in peace. The head of the operation even calls Kirk to tell him how well they're getting along.



---> '''[=McCoy=]''': My God Jim, I'm beginning to think I can cure a rainy day!
* When part of the roof caves in and Spock hears, he tries to contact Kirk. When there's no reply, he instantly moves faster and even drops the formality of calling him "Captain", instead calling out "Jim". Spock may hide his emotions, but anyone can tell that for that moment, Spock was worried his friend had been killed.

[[AC: The City On The Edge of Forever]]
* Kirk and Spock [[spoiler: finally find [=McCoy=], who they'd been separated from for the duration of the episode.]] Jim and Bones shout each other's names and hug - ''and '''[[TheStoic Spock]]''' runs forward at the same moment,'' shooting his arm out as if to join in the embrace. In the next shot, he's shaking the doctor's hand quite earnestly.
** [[DownerEnding But]] [[KillTheCutie then]] it got worse.

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---> '''[=McCoy=]''': -->'''[=McCoy=]:''' My God God, Jim, I'm beginning to think I can cure a rainy day!
* When part of the roof caves in and Spock hears, he tries to contact Kirk. When there's no reply, he instantly moves faster and even drops the formality of calling him "Captain", "Captain," instead calling out "Jim". "Jim!" Spock may hide his emotions, but anyone can tell that for that moment, Spock was worried his friend had been killed.

[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS1E28TheCityOnTheEdgeOfForever The City On The on the Edge of Forever]]
Forever]]]]
* Kirk and Spock [[spoiler: finally find [=McCoy=], who they'd been separated from for the duration of the episode.]] Jim and Bones shout each other's names and hug - ''and hug--''and '''[[TheStoic Spock]]''' runs forward at the same moment,'' shooting his arm out as if to join in the embrace. In the next shot, he's shaking the doctor's hand quite earnestly.
** [[DownerEnding But]] [[KillTheCutie then]] it got worse.



** Creator/LeonardNimoy hated that scene. He said it was completely out of character, and that Spock would have released those emotions by himself, in private. But it was better than the scene as originally written, where Spock was weeping uncontrollably and was told by Kirk to "be a man".
-->'' "[[YouCalledMeXItMustBeSerious Jim!]]" ''

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** Creator/LeonardNimoy hated that scene. He said it was completely out of character, and that Spock would have released those emotions by himself, in private. But it was better than the scene as originally written, where Spock was weeping uncontrollably and was told by Kirk to "be a man".
-->'' "[[YouCalledMeXItMustBeSerious Jim!]]" ''
man."
--->'''Spock:''' [[YouCalledMeXItMustBeSerious Jim!]]



** Kirk's behavior adds extra heartwarming to the above. Spock gives up his chance of being accepted as a Vulcan, something he's wanted and worked at for years. What has Kirk been working at and wanting for years? The captaincy -- [[ActOfTrueLove the same thing he gives up.]] Not only does the Vulcan have someone he cares about more than his heart's desire, but also that person returns that friendship deeply enough to be worthy of it.

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** Kirk's behavior adds extra heartwarming to the above. Spock gives up his chance of being accepted as a Vulcan, something he's wanted and worked at for years. What has Kirk been working at and wanting for years? The captaincy -- [[ActOfTrueLove captaincy--[[ActOfTrueLove the same thing he gives up.]] Not only does the Vulcan have someone he cares about more than his heart's desire, but also that person returns that friendship deeply enough to be worthy of it.



[[AC: Metamorphosis]]
* The Companion giving up its non-corporeal self to become mortal, just to be with Zefram.

[[AC: Journey to Babel]]

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[[AC: Metamorphosis]]
[[Recap/StarTrekS2E9Metamorphosis Metamorphosis]]]]
* The Companion giving up its non-corporeal self to become mortal, just to be with Zefram.

Zefram.

[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS2E10JourneyToBabel Journey to Babel]]Babel]]]]



-->'''Spock:''' Indeed - why did you marry her?

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-->'''Spock:''' Indeed - why Indeed--why did you marry her?



--> '''Amanda.''' I love you anyway. [Sarek looks mildly exasperated] I know -- it isn't logical.

[[AC: Obsession]]

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--> '''Amanda.''' -->'''Amanda:''' I love you anyway. [Sarek ''[Sarek looks mildly exasperated] exasperated]'' I know -- it know--it isn't logical.

[[AC: Obsession]][[Recap/StarTrekS2E13Obsession Obsession]]]]



--> '''Kirk''': I'm asking for your military appraisal of the techniques used against the creature.
--> '''Garrovick''': Ineffective, Captain. I realise, Captain, you did everything you could do. I know that. It's just that nothing works against a monster that can do the things that thing does.
--> '''Kirk''': And Ensign, what is your appraisal of your conduct on the planet?
--> '''Garrovick''': I delayed firing.
--> '''Kirk''': And If you hadn't delayed firing?
--> ''Garrovick shakes his head and looks away.''
--> '''Kirk''': No difference, Ensign. No weapon known would have made any difference. Then... or eleven years ago. Report for duty, Ensign.
--> '''Garrovick''': Yes, Captain. [beat] [smiles] Thank you, sir!

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--> '''Kirk''': -->'''Kirk:''' I'm asking for your military appraisal of the techniques used against the creature.
--> '''Garrovick''':
creature.\\
'''Garrovick:'''
Ineffective, Captain. I realise, Captain, you did everything you could do. I know that. It's just that nothing works against a monster that can do the things that thing does.
--> '''Kirk''':
does.\\
'''Kirk:'''
And Ensign, what is your appraisal of your conduct on the planet?
--> '''Garrovick''':
planet?\\
'''Garrovick:'''
I delayed firing.
--> '''Kirk''':
firing.\\
'''Kirk:'''
And If you hadn't delayed firing?
--> ''Garrovick
firing?\\
''[Garrovick
shakes his head and looks away.''
--> '''Kirk''':
away]''\\
'''Kirk:'''
No difference, Ensign. No weapon known would have made any difference. Then... or eleven years ago. Report for duty, Ensign.
--> '''Garrovick''':
Ensign.\\
'''Garrovick:'''
Yes, Captain. [beat] [smiles] ''[{{beat}}; smiles]'' Thank you, sir!



[[AC: The Ultimate Computer]]
* When Kirk thinks he's been rendered superfluous as a captain, Spock and Bones, each in his own way, rally round him. First Spock tells him firmly that "a starship...runs on loyalty to one man, and nothing can replace it or him;" then [=McCoy=] brings him a drink, and when Kirk bitterly toasts to "Captain Dunsel," the doctor puts a hand on his arm and quietly corrects, "To Captain James T. Kirk." What follows is an iconic Kirk speech that's a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming in its own right:
--->'''Kirk''': Do you know the one: "All I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by...?" You could feel the wind at your back in those days, the sounds of the sea beneath you. And even if you take away the wind and the water, it's still the same. The ship is yours, you can feel her...and the stars are still there.
** This is followed up years later in ''Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier'' as they approach the Enterprise-A in the shuttle, where Spock and Bones, bickering couple that they are, argue over who the author of the poem was. It's called back even later in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', as the dedication plaque of the USS ''Defiant'' actually bears the same John Masefield quote.

[[AC: The Immunity Syndrome]]

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[[AC: The Ultimate Computer]]
* When Kirk thinks he's been rendered superfluous as a captain, Spock and Bones, each in his own way, rally round him. First Spock tells him firmly that "a starship...runs on loyalty to one man, and nothing can replace it or him;" then [=McCoy=] brings him a drink, and when Kirk bitterly toasts to "Captain Dunsel," the doctor puts a hand on his arm and quietly corrects, "To Captain James T. Kirk." What follows is an iconic Kirk speech that's a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming in its own right:
--->'''Kirk''': Do you know the one: "All I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by...?" You could feel the wind at your back in those days, the sounds of the sea beneath you. And even if you take away the wind and the water, it's still the same. The ship is yours, you can feel her...and the stars are still there.
** This is followed up years later in ''Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier'' as they approach the Enterprise-A in the shuttle, where Spock and Bones, bickering couple that they are, argue over who the author of the poem was. It's called back even later in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', as the dedication plaque of the USS ''Defiant'' actually bears the same John Masefield quote.

[[AC:
[[Recap/StarTrekS2E18TheImmunitySyndrome The Immunity Syndrome]]Syndrome]]]]



* Spock and Kirk both praising the crew of the Enterprise in their personal logs.

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* Spock and Kirk both praising the crew of the Enterprise ''Enterprise'' in their personal logs. logs.



-->'''[=McCoy=]''': "Shut up Spock, we're rescuing you!"
-->'''Spock''': "Why, thank you, ''Captain'' [=McCoy.=]"
* Also [=McCoy's=] visible excitement when he realizes Spock is alive, and the ear-to-ear smile on his face when the Vulcan asks to come back on board.

[[AC: The Omega Glory]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b56e0u0EgQ This]] scene in ''The Omega Glory'', where Captain Kirk reads out the preamble to the US Constitution. It doesn't matter if you're not American; the scene, Kirk's [[NarmCharm absolute intensity and honest belief in the words and most of all the music that plays]] makes it so very heartwarming.

[[AC: Bread and Circuses]]
* Flavius and [=McCoy=]'s reluctance to hurt one another in the gladiatorial arena.

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-->'''[=McCoy=]''': "Shut -->'''[=McCoy=]:''' Shut up Spock, we're rescuing you!"
-->'''Spock''': "Why,
you!
-->'''Spock:''' Why,
thank you, ''Captain'' [=McCoy.=]"
=]
* Also [=McCoy's=] visible excitement when he realizes Spock is alive, and the ear-to-ear smile on his face when the Vulcan asks to come back on board.

board.

[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS2E23TheOmegaGlory The Omega Glory]]
Glory]]]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b56e0u0EgQ This]] scene in ''The Omega Glory'', where scene, when Captain Kirk reads out the preamble to the US Constitution. It doesn't matter if you're not American; the scene, Kirk's [[NarmCharm absolute intensity and honest belief in the words and most of all the music that plays]] makes it so very heartwarming.

[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS2E24TheUltimateComputer The Ultimate Computer]]]]
* When Kirk thinks he's been rendered superfluous as a captain, Spock and Bones, each in his own way, rally round him. First Spock tells him firmly that "a starship ... runs on loyalty to one man, and nothing can replace it or him," then [=McCoy=] brings him a drink, and when Kirk bitterly toasts to "Captain Dunsel," the doctor puts a hand on his arm and quietly corrects, "To Captain James T. Kirk." What follows is an iconic Kirk speech that's a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming in its own right:
-->'''Kirk:''' Do you know the one: "All I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by..."? You could feel the wind at your back in those days, the sounds of the sea beneath you. And even if you take away the wind and the water, it's still the same. The ship is yours, you can feel her... and the stars are still there.
** This is followed up years later in ''Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier'' as they approach the ''Enterprise''-A in the shuttle, where Spock and Bones, bickering couple that they are, argue over who the author of the poem was. It's called back even later in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', as the dedication plaque of the USS ''Defiant'' actually bears the same John Masefield quote.

[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS2E25BreadAndCircuses
Bread and Circuses]]
Circuses]]]]
* Flavius and [=McCoy=]'s reluctance to hurt one another in the gladiatorial arena.



[[AC: The Tholian Web]]
* There's the scene where, after having rescued Kirk, both Spock and [=McCoy=] deny having reviewed Kirk's final taped orders to them.

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[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS3E9TheTholianWeb The Tholian Web]]
Web]]]]
* There's the scene where, after having rescued Kirk, both Spock and [=McCoy=] deny having reviewed Kirk's final taped orders to them.



[[AC: Plato's Stepchildren]]

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[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS3E10PlatosStepchildren Plato's Stepchildren]]Stepchildren]]]]



[[AC: The Empath]]

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[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS3E12TheEmpath The Empath]]Empath]]]]



---> '''Bones:''' Don't let her touch me. She'll die. Jim... I can't destroy life, even if it's to save my own. I can't. You know that. I can't let you do it.
* Also, earlier in the episode, after [=McCoy=] had drugged an injured Jim to sleep, Gem was watching Spock, who was looking worriedly at his sleeping captain. Not quite understanding the emotion, she reached out and touched Spock's shoulder, before finally realizing why. The smile on her face afterwards says it all.

[[AC: Whom Gods Destroy]]
* This exchange:
-->'''Kirk''': They had a dream, a dream that became a reality and spread throughout the stars. A dream that made Mr. Spock and me [[HeterosexualLifePartners brothers]].
-->'''Garth''': Mr. Spock! Do you consider Captain Kirk and yourself brothers?
-->'''Spock''': Captain Kirk speaks [[CaptainObvious somewhat figuratively]], and with undue emotion. However, what he says is logical, and I do, in fact, agree with it.
* Another example from the same episode. Kirk tries to talk down the maniacal Garth by reminding him of what a hero he is to the Federation and to Kirk, personally, for being the model for all other starship captains. For an instant, Garth looks and sounds normal. "I do remember that. It was a great responsibility, but one I was proud to bear." Unfortunately it does not last, but after Garth is subdued and cured of his insanity, he acts as if he is waking from a dream and the first thing he does is offer a handshake to Kirk.
-->'''Garth''': "Should I know you, sir?"

[[AC: That Which Survives]]

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---> '''Bones:''' -->'''Bones:''' Don't let her touch me. She'll die. Jim... I can't destroy life, even if it's to save my own. I can't. You know that. I can't let you do it.
* Also, earlier in the episode, after [=McCoy=] had has drugged an injured Jim to sleep, Gem was watching watches Spock, who was is looking worriedly at his sleeping captain. Not quite understanding the emotion, she reached reaches out and touched touches Spock's shoulder, before finally realizing why. The smile on her face afterwards says it all.

[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS3E14WhomGodsDestroy Whom Gods Destroy]]
Destroy]]]]
* This exchange:
-->'''Kirk''':
exchange:
-->'''Kirk:'''
They had a dream, a dream that became a reality and spread throughout the stars. A dream that made Mr. Spock and me [[HeterosexualLifePartners brothers]].
-->'''Garth''':
brothers]].\\
'''Garth:'''
Mr. Spock! Do you consider Captain Kirk and yourself brothers?
-->'''Spock''':
brothers?\\
'''Spock:'''
Captain Kirk speaks [[CaptainObvious somewhat figuratively]], and with undue emotion. However, what he says is logical, and I do, in fact, agree with it.
* Another example from the same episode. Kirk tries to talk down the maniacal Garth by reminding him of what a hero he is to the Federation and to Kirk, personally, for being the model for all other starship captains. For an instant, Garth looks and sounds normal. "I do remember that. It was a great responsibility, but one I was proud to bear." Unfortunately it does not last, but after Garth is subdued and cured of his insanity, he acts as if he is waking from a dream and the first thing he does is offer a handshake to Kirk.
-->'''Garth''': "Should
Kirk.
-->'''Garth:''' Should
I know you, sir?"

sir?

[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS3E17ThatWhichSurvives That Which Survives]]Survives]]]]



[[AC: Requiem For Methuselah]]

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[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS3E19RequiemForMethuselah Requiem For Methuselah]]for Methuselah]]]]



[[AC: The Way to Eden]]

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[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS3E20TheWayToEden The Way to Eden]]Eden]]]]



[[AC: The Savage Curtain]]

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[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS3E22TheSavageCurtain The Savage Curtain]]Curtain]]]]



[[AC: All Our Yesterdays]]
* The IWillOnlySlowYouDown / NoOneGetsLeftBehind moment between Spock and [=McCoy=]. What makes it even more heartwarming is that the person on each side wasn't who you would think.
-->'''[=McCoy=]''': I can't go on. Go without me.
-->'''Spock''': We go together or not at all.
-->'''[=McCoy=]''': Don't be a fool! My legs and hands are frostbitten; I can't feel my feet. Alone you have a chance. Go, try to find Jim.
-->'''Spock''' (pulling [=McCoy=] to his feet): We go together!
[[/folder]]

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[[AC: [[Recap/StarTrekS3E23AllOurYesterdays All Our Yesterdays]]
Yesterdays]]]]
* The IWillOnlySlowYouDown / NoOneGetsLeftBehind IWillOnlySlowYouDown[=/=]NoOneGetsLeftBehind moment between Spock and [=McCoy=]. What makes it even more heartwarming is that the person on each side wasn't who you would think.
-->'''[=McCoy=]''': -->'''[=McCoy=]:''' I can't go on. Go without me.
-->'''Spock''':
me.\\
'''Spock:'''
We go together or not at all.
-->'''[=McCoy=]''':
all.\\
'''[=McCoy=]:'''
Don't be a fool! My legs and hands are frostbitten; I can't feel my feet. Alone Alone, you have a chance. Go, try to find Jim.
-->'''Spock''' (pulling
Jim.\\
'''Spock:''' ''[pulling
[=McCoy=] to his feet): feet]'' We go together!
[[/folder]]
[[/folder]]



* "The Devil in the Dark" when you know that Creator/WilliamShatner received news of his father's death the day before filming, and was scheduled to ship out later that day. Spock's personal space bubble is as small as it ever was in this episode, as Creator/LeonardNimoy lends Shatner his support. Shatner later recounts his gratitude for the support of the other actors, particularly Leonard Nimoy and Creator/DeForestKelley, likening it to the way elephant herds will converge around the bereaved, offering silent comfort.
* Kirk and Uhura's kiss in "Plato's Stepchildren" -- not the first integrated kiss broadcast on Television [[note]]That was ''ILoveLucy''[[/note]] but still a big deal. The best part about this was two versions of the scene were supposed to be filmed; one with the kiss and one without. But both Shatner and Nichols purposely messed up the second take so it couldn't be used.
* Some people might not know from watching the show. But James Doohan felt a great deal of animosity toward William Shatner for many years. However, while writing a book on the original Star Trek, Shatner asked Doohan if he'd like to collaborate with him on the project. Doohan agreed and both men appeared to walk away from the experience on amicable terms.

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* "The Devil in the Dark" Dark," when you know that Creator/WilliamShatner received news of his father's death the day before filming, and was scheduled to ship out later that day. Spock's personal space bubble is as small as it ever was in this episode, as Creator/LeonardNimoy lends Shatner his support. Shatner later recounts his gratitude for the support of the other actors, particularly Leonard Nimoy and Creator/DeForestKelley, likening it to the way elephant herds will converge around the bereaved, offering silent comfort.
* Kirk and Uhura's kiss in "Plato's Stepchildren" -- not Stepchildren"--not the first integrated kiss broadcast on Television [[note]]That was ''ILoveLucy''[[/note]] but still a big deal. The best part about this was two versions of the scene were supposed to be filmed; one with the kiss and one without. But both Shatner and Nichols purposely messed up every take of the second take version so it couldn't be used.
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* Some people might not know from watching the show. But show, but James Doohan felt a great deal of animosity toward William Shatner for many years. However, while writing a book on the original Star Trek, ''Star Trek'', Shatner asked Doohan if he'd like to collaborate with him on the project. Doohan agreed agreed, and both men appeared to walk away from the experience on amicable terms.



* There's just something unutterably beautiful about the fact that, nearly fifty years after the show began airing, Creator/WilliamShatner and Creator/LeonardNimoy were still the best of friends, hanging out together and even inviting each other to dinner on Twitter till Nimoy's death in 2015.

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* There's just something unutterably beautiful about the fact that, nearly fifty years after the show began airing, Creator/WilliamShatner and Creator/LeonardNimoy were still the best of friends, hanging out together and even inviting each other to dinner on Twitter till until Nimoy's death in 2015.
4th Dec '15 6:35:47 AM Durison
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--> '''Garrovick''': Yes, Captain. [beat] Thank you, sir!

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--> '''Garrovick''': Yes, Captain. [beat] [smiles] Thank you, sir!
4th Dec '15 6:35:20 AM Durison
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--> '''Garrovick''': Yes, Captain. Thank you, sir!

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--> '''Garrovick''': Yes, Captain. [beat] Thank you, sir!
10th Nov '15 8:48:11 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* Kirk and Spock resolve the situation by ShamingTheMob with the revelation that the Horta MonsterIsAMommy, and then propose a solution to resolve the situation, which works perfectly with both populations ending the story living and prospering together in peace. The head of the operation even calls Kirk to tell him how well they're getting along.

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* Kirk and Spock resolve the situation by ShamingTheMob with the revelation that the Horta MonsterIsAMommy, and then propose a solution to resolve the situation, which situation-which is that the hortas are really good at mining and should help the human miners. It works perfectly perfectly, with both populations ending the story living and prospering together in peace. The head of the operation even calls Kirk to tell him how well they're getting along.
11th Oct '15 10:03:16 AM HeroGal2347
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*** Later on, he realized just how effective the scene was and was reconciled to it. He realized it he disliked it because he was looking at it from Spock's point of view, and Spock, of course, would hate having his emotions revealed this way.

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*** ** Later on, he realized just how effective the scene was and was reconciled to it. He realized it he disliked it because he was looking at it from Spock's point of view, and Spock, of course, would hate having his emotions revealed this way.
11th Oct '15 6:13:54 AM Conradus
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*** Later on, he realized just how effective the scene was and was reconciled to it. He realized it he disliked it because he was looking at it from Spock's point of view, and Spock, of course, would hate having his emotions revealed this way.
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