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Spocks most human moment?

guillermo.mejía

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Report this Jan. 31 2012, 10:08 am

Quote: ___Lucifer___ @ Jan. 30 2012, 3:21 pm

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>"THE WOMEN!!!!!"

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Got that right.


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RoTrekkie

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Report this Jan. 31 2012, 12:26 pm

Without a doubt it's ta the end of Amok Time. Or in This Side of Paradise, if the spores count.

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Report this Jan. 31 2012, 3:36 pm

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>Presenting Kirk with his birthday gift in The Motion Picture.

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Which demonstrates his human forgetfulness!


Because he did it again in The Wrath of Khan


to boldy go where no man has gone before

Bikeman470

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Report this Feb. 02 2012, 2:35 pm

 When he plays that Vulcan harp thing and Uhura sings a song she made up.

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Report this Feb. 03 2012, 4:56 pm

In the episode "The Naked Time" when Spock contracts the disease that effects people like alcohol and he is crying because he couldn't tell his mother that he loved her when he was growing up on Vulcan.

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Report this Feb. 03 2012, 7:29 pm

The tiny moment in 'the empath' when GEM touches him while he tends to wounded Bones

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Report this Feb. 24 2012, 8:24 am

I'd say most of Star Trek 2009.


"Aye. And if my grandmother had wheels she'd be a wagon." - Scotty, The Miracle Worker since 2265.

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Report this Feb. 25 2012, 9:36 pm

"Amok Time" is probably number 1, but what about in "Journey to Babel" when his mom tells him that if he lets his father die she would hate him for the rest of her life? He had a very human reaction when she stormed out.


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Report this Feb. 27 2012, 12:32 am

THE PLANET THAT THOSE PLANTS GOT TO HIM. HE WAS HANGING FROM A TREE. SAW AND NOTICE A WOMAN FROM A CAMP AND HE HAD KNOW FROM HIS  PAST.  HE WAS HAPPY HE SAID WHEN THE EFFECT WORE OFF. MY ALL TIME FAVORITE IS THE CITY OF FOREVER, WHERE MR. SPOCK SAID TO CAPTAIN KIRK, WHEN COFRONTED BY THE POLICEMAN, YOU SAY" YOU CAN HAVE NO DIFFERCULTY IN EXPLAINING THIS!"


all the star trek series vulcans ,

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Report this Feb. 27 2012, 8:46 am

My favorite was when he thought Kirk was dead in that episode where they fought over that woman, I cant remember the episode name. when he found out he was alive, and showed a great display of emotion, then quickly reverted to his old self. I was cracking up.


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Report this Feb. 27 2012, 8:47 am

Quote: guillermo.mejía @ Feb. 24 2012, 8:24 am

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>I'd say most of Star Trek 2009.

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Quite right!!


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Report this Feb. 27 2012, 2:01 pm

That would be "Amok Time". Every time I watch it, even though I know what's going to happen, I always feel his joy like it was my own. And then I get mad at McCoy because he's such a ruiner. Until McCoy says "In a pig's eye!". Then I laugh.

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Report this Mar. 30 2012, 7:59 pm


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I ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS TEAR UP AT THAT PART 
SO UGUULSDJ  


>BTW, i wouldnt say that was a HUMAN moment, but it was very touching

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Report this Mar. 30 2012, 8:32 pm

"Forget." -- Requiem for Methuselah


Falor was a prosperous merchant who went on a journey to gain greater awareness: Through storms he crossed the Voroth Sea/ To reach the clouded shores of Raal/ Where old T’Para offered truth./ He traveled through the windswept hills/ And crossed the barren Fire Plains/ To find the silent monks of Kir./ Still unfulfilled, he journeyed home/ Told stories of the lessons learned/ And gained true wisdom by the giving. – Falor’s Journey, “Innocence”

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Report this Mar. 31 2012, 7:53 pm

For me there were two that tie.   The first was the end of Amok Time when Spock literally rejoices at finding out that Jim was still alive.  The second is where a dying Spock tells Jim goodbye in his own way at the end of Wrath of Khan. 


To me I couldn't pick one over the other.

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