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2000-07-24 00:00:00 - OT: ST 2...DVD - (TheShredder <THESHREDDER1haveaball@prodigy.net>)


Still watching. But, did anyone else think this? Scotty brings his dying relative to Sickbay. McCoy pulls the sheet over, and all Kirk can think about is what condition the ship is in. Scotty is trying not to bawl over, and at least McCoy tells him how sorry he is. I don't know why, but that seems cold to me.

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: OT: ST 2...DVD - (Granular <mcgasper@NOSPAMexecpc.com>)


TheShredder wrote: > > Still watching. But, did anyone else think this? > > Scotty brings his dying relative to Sickbay. McCoy pulls the sheet over, > and all Kirk can think about is what condition the ship is in. Scotty is > trying not to bawl over, and at least McCoy tells him how sorry he is. > > I don't know why, but that seems cold to me. A fair portion of the sickbay seen was cut for time (some of it is in the network TV version of the movie). And, while it may seem cold, if Kirk didn't worry about the condition of the ship, there would be have been a lot more dead cadets. -- Granular ------------------------------ "Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball."

2000-07-25 00:00:00 - Re: OT: ST 2...DVD - (Bill Crawford <koichi@fastlane.net>)


On 25 Jul 2000 14:24:07 GMT, evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo the Evil Klown) wrote: >>Still watching. But, did anyone else think this? >> >>Scotty brings his dying relative to Sickbay. McCoy pulls the sheet over, >>and all Kirk can think about is what condition the ship is in. Scotty is >>trying not to bawl over, and at least McCoy tells him how sorry he is. >> >>I don't know why, but that seems cold to me. > >As Captain of a crippled ship in a combat situation, Kirk *has* to keep his >ship's status uppermost in his mind. > >Kirk was no doubt feeling guilt from the depths of hell; he'd screwed the pooch >even worse than Janeway ever did. Oh, I dunno, Bozo...if I'd had my way, Janeway would have gone down a really nasty slippery slope off and on over most of this past season, post-'Equinox'... something far, far worse than her spin in 'Night.' But noooooooo. :) - Will, figuring there's a really guilt-tripping Janeway in a parallel universe

2000-07-25 00:00:00 - Re: OT: ST 2...DVD - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


>Still watching. But, did anyone else think this? > >Scotty brings his dying relative to Sickbay. McCoy pulls the sheet over, >and all Kirk can think about is what condition the ship is in. Scotty is >trying not to bawl over, and at least McCoy tells him how sorry he is. > >I don't know why, but that seems cold to me. As Captain of a crippled ship in a combat situation, Kirk *has* to keep his ship's status uppermost in his mind. Kirk was no doubt feeling guilt from the depths of hell; he'd screwed the pooch even worse than Janeway ever did. ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari