Spock: [in response to Kirk pawning his antique spectacles from Wrath of Khan] Excuse me, Admiral. But weren't those a birthday gift from Dr. McCoy? Kirk: And they will be again, that's the beauty of it. [to the Antique Store Owner] Kirk: How much? Antique Store Owner: Well, they'd be worth مزید if the lenses were intact. I'll give آپ one hundred dollars for them. Kirk: [pause] Is that a lot?
[Kirk and Spock enter a bus headed for the aquarium - only to exit the bus about two سیکنڈ later] Spock: [to Kirk] What does it mean, "exact change"?
Punk on bus: [Playing loud موسیقی on the bus] Kirk: Excuse...
Spock-the legend, the icon, آپ say. But why? What's the appeal? How has this largely unprepossessing character--originally intended as an undefined background oddity, who very nearly didn't survive the first pilot episode, and who inherited his ultimate personality from another character who was 'axed' because she was a woman in authority (Yech!)--managed to overshadow even the charismatic, larger-than-life, some might even inexplicably say 'sexy' Captain Kirk in the minds and hearts of so many die-hard سٹار, ستارہ Trek fans? As آپ might well expect, I have a theory.