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McCoys finest moment

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Report this Mar. 13 2011, 5:02 pm

Quote: JaydenJaneway @ Mar. 13 2011, 1:56 pm

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>When is said " God, I liked Him better before he died", about Spock.

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OH MY GOD, I LOVE THAT LINE!   I'M SURPRISED I DIDN'T WRITE IT IN MY ANSWER ABOVE MYSELF.


THAT LINE CRACKS ME UP EVERY TIME I HEAR IT IN "THE FINAL FRONTIER".


FUNNY, FUNNY, FUNNY......more power to you, Jayden Janeway!!!!!.........


DIFTOR HEH SMUSMA!

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Report this Mar. 17 2011, 6:33 pm

I love McCoy. So many great moments to choose from...


Of course, I love "Are you out of your Vulcan mind?!"


 

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Report this Mar. 18 2011, 2:28 am

He always makes me have a good laugh!

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Report this Mar. 18 2011, 1:06 pm

i always loved it when he tripped down the stairs of the bridge. McCoy and scotty are my favs from this series. i think they were drinkin buddies.


i always wonder if trip from enterprise was named because of this.


and even funnier is, look at him when he is on cue. sometimes he looks down at the stairs cuz i think he knows he is gonna trip! hahahahahaaa


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Report this Mar. 18 2011, 1:52 pm

I love in the Final Frontier when McCoy goes, "Well I'll be darned (paraphrashing). Toasting a marshMELON." I love that they all called marshmallows, marshmelons. I also love in The Undiscovered Country, when the Chang is attacking them, he's clinging to the beam and goes, "This is fun."


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Report this Mar. 18 2011, 2:29 pm

 I love most of his dialogue with Spock, and of course, whenever he says his signature lines "He's dead, Jim!" and "I'm a doctor, not..."


The scene in "Journey to Babel" when he says "A teddy bear?..." and smiles,thinking he finally found something very human about Spock has to be my favorite.

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Report this Mar. 23 2011, 10:46 am

Quote: mccoyfan45 @ Mar. 12 2011, 11:31 am

>His interchagne with Kahn as he has a knife to his throat in "Space Seed." Even in the face of death McCoy retains his spunk.


That scene is my favorite DeForest Kelly moment of the television series - McCoy sometimes was reduced to a plot device used to further Kirk's character or add tension into a scene by yelling at someone, but here in this scene we see a brave, uncompromising McCoy.


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My favorite DeForest Kelly moment of the film series would have to be his scene next to Spock at the end of The Search For Spock. It's quite touching and shows not only McCoy's softer side but Kelly's dynamic acting ability which was not used nearly enough in the films.


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Report this Mar. 30 2011, 7:31 pm

Kirk> I think Doctor McCoy is enjoying himself.


Spock> Indeed Capti-


McCoy> SHADDUP! SHHHHHHH! SHHHHHHHHH!!! Well what do ya know? I finally got the last word.


Classic. Journey to Babel.

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Report this Mar. 30 2011, 7:52 pm

Then it's great when the two of them - Spock and McCoy - trade lines


They were redoing a photon torpedo and McCoy said, "Facinating!"

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Report this Apr. 23 2011, 9:44 am

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>"I'm a doctor, not an escalator!" from Friday's Child. I also find that every time he says "He's dead, Jim" it gets funnier and funnier. I bet they had a hard time getting a take where Shatner didn't laugh at that.

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Speaking of "Friday's Child", one of my favorite McCoy moments with Spock is in this episode, when McCoy is holding the new baby, looks around, notices Spock, and tries to hand him the baby to hold, expecting him to mellow out a little.  But Spock never succumbs to emotion, saying "I'd rather not".  My take on this is that Spock probably would have liked to, or at least not have minded holding the baby, but was once again fearful of showing his human side.  Good writing in regard to both the McCoy and Spock characters.   


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Report this Apr. 23 2011, 12:21 pm

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>"I'm a doctor, not an escalator!" from Friday's Child. I also find that every time he says "He's dead, Jim" it gets funnier and funnier. I bet they had a hard time getting a take where Shatner didn't laugh at that.

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Yes, I LOL every time he says it. And our Czech voice actor did a very good job on dubbing, coz that line is funny the same as the original


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Report this Apr. 24 2011, 2:18 pm

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>Speaking of "Friday's Child", one of my favorite McCoy moments with Spock is in this episode, when McCoy is holding the new baby, looks around, notices Spock, and tries to hand him the baby to hold, expecting him to mellow out a little.  But Spock never succumbs to emotion, saying "I'd rather not".  My take on this is that Spock probably would have liked to, or at least not have minded holding the baby, but was once again fearful of showing his human side.  Good writing in regard to both the McCoy and Spock characters.   

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I found it interesting that McCoy even offered the baby to Spock. I'm a fan of Spock, but I wouldn't trust him with a baby that couldn't even hold up its own head yet. 


I would trust him, simply because the nature of the Spock character was that Spock always put other people's safety before his own, in every situation.  I'm positive he would be careful with a baby, and because he is very observant, I'm sure he would have already observed what McCoy had been doing and would mimic it.  Just my thoughts based on the character's established personality.


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Report this Apr. 24 2011, 10:45 pm

sneaking whiskey into the beans that spock is going to eat and replying to Kirk's question of " Do you think he can handle it"? with "Are you kidding me? With that Vulcan metabolism he could eat a bowl of termites and it wouldn't bother him". THE BEST

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Report this Apr. 25 2011, 4:40 pm

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>I'm leaning more toward heroic or game-changing moments rather than just funny lines. If it was funny lines, we'd probably be here all day!

>1. "I choose the danger...helluva time to ask" and taking on the rist of the Fal Tor Pan from Star Trek III

>2. Figuring out how to trick the Vulcans with the "tri-ox" compound in Amok Time

>3. Catching on to the "Vulcan Death Grip" ruse in The Enterprise Indident: "Your instincts are still good Mr. Spock! The captain is DEAD!"

>4. Volunteering for the shuttle mission into the ameoba in The Immunity Syndrome (and later, "Shut up Spock...! We're rescuing you!")

>5. His speech to Kirk in Balance of Terror "...don't destroy the one named Kirk."

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Good ones.


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Report this Apr. 30 2011, 1:51 am

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>His speech to Kirk in Balance of Terror "...don't destroy the one named Kirk."

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I agree with everything you said, Vger. Particularly this one.

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