In Star Trek's 'The Enemy Within' its always fun warping back to that awesome moment when the chief Medical Officer Dr Leonard H. McCoy utters 'HE'S DEAD JIM' for the very first time. The good doctors emotional catchphrases
have inevitably infected the timeline.
"I'm a doctor not a bricklayer,"
"Do something, Spock!"
"He's dead Jim."
I'm a doctor not a moonshuttle conductor!
'I'm a Doctor not an escalator!'
I'm a Doctor not a magician Spock...
The doctor always says whats on his mind especially when the cool calm Mr Spock is playing pointy eared games on him, lol.
The green blooded second in command knows McCoy can't help himself but I suspect Spock secretly enjoys winding him up or is it the other way around?
"I am a Scientist doctor, emotions are alien to me." - States Spock quite logically followed by the good doctors snappy quip,
"In a pigs eye!"
"Really doctor, you must learn to govern your passions. they will be your undoing" - replies Spock. The clever vulchie is so darn good at keeping his cool in an emergency except when Dr McCoy yanks his chain. Four decades later fans still can't get enough of these 'McCoyisms' because McCoys rave scenes are pure fun to watch.
What was Dr McCoy referring to when he said 'HE'S DEAD JIM' for the very first time in Star Trek's 'The Enemy Within?'
1. A Flying Pig?
3. A Squealing Tribble?
4. An alien four legged horndog?
Can you remember why the lifeform died?
3. Killed during the line of duty?
4. Transporter malfunction?
Trek long and Prosper, Trekinators! LOL.