Remember the tales Kirk, Bones, Spock would regale each other with on the bridge of the USS Enterprise? even Scotty, Uhura, Checkov and Sulu joined in on the fun. Remember that pointy eared guy? Spock. His pure logical reasoning just can't be argued against. The clever vulchie is so darn good at keeping his cool in an emergency except when Dr Mccoy sticks his beak in. Pointy ears constant battle to assert his vulcan logic over the emotionalism of humans stems from the fact he is a son torn between two worlds. Logic is the beginning of wisdom, not the end.
Mr Spock's sophistication won him the affection and appreciation of countless female trekkies who found him "Dreamy." The "Vulcanophiles" were fascinated by the devilish eyes and ears and who knows? Mr Spock is a telepath, maybe he could read the Vulcanophiles minds and hold the females under his spell.... Hmmm. I wonder. Would our Mr Spock do that? You bet his pointy ears, he would!
Dr Mccoy frequently lashes out scathing insults branding the Vulcan "inhuman and green blooded" for his "d-mned computer logic." Why? because secretly Mr Spock enjoys the good doctors arguments! The Vulcan's disciplines of rigid logic is so exacting, often Spock is not even aware hes insulting his red blooded USS Enterprise crew-mates.
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In McCoy's lab, Spock is examining the tribbles (which number many more than they did previously) as the doctor works.
"There's something disquieting about these creatures.", remarks the Vulcan. Bones asks him if he's got a 'feeling' about them.
"They remind me of the lilies of the field.", returns Spock, "They toil not neither do they spin -- but they seem to eat a great deal. I see no practical use for them."
Bones argues, "Does everything have to have a practical use for you? They're nice, they're soft and they're furry and they make a pleasant sound."
"Yes, so would an ermine violin, doctor but I see no advantage in having one.", retorts Spock.
"It is a human characteristic to love little animals.", declares McCoy. "Especially if they're attractive in some way."
"Doctor, I am well aware of human characteristics, I am frequently inundated by them but I have trained myself to put up with practically anything."
"Spock, I don't know too much about these little tribbles yet but there is one thing I have discovered.", leads McCoy.
"What is that, Doctor?"
"I like them", finishes Bones, " ---- better than I like you.".
"Doctor. They do indeed have one redeeming characteristic. They don't talk too much.", mentions Spock as he excuses himself from the lab..
I hope you enjoyed my thoughts about our flawed feeling friends of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701. I have something else to share with you now. Now you can relive the adventures of the original USS Enterprise crew with these comic adventures.
The planet of No Return.
The Devils Isle of Space.
Invasion of the City Builders.
The Peril of Planet Quick Change.
The Ghost Planet.
When Planets Collide.
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