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too, Lieutenant.
My oath of celibacy is on record.
May I assume my duties?
By all means.
Captain, our last six crew members
are ready to beam up,
but one of them is refusing
to step into the transporter.
Oh? I'll see to it that he beams up.
Transporter room.
Ellen,
what was the problem down there?
He insisted we go first.
Said something about seeing how
it scrambled our molecules.
That has a familiar ring.
Starfleet, this is Capt Kirk.
Beam that officer up now.
And you swore
never to return to Starfleet.
Just a moment, Captain, sir.
I'll explain what happened.
Your revered Admiral Nogura
invoked a little-known, seldom-used
reserve activation clause.
In simpler language, Captain,
they drafted me.
They didn't.
This was your idea, wasn't it?
There's a thing out there.
Any object we don't understand
is always a "thing".
Headed this way. I need you.
Damn it, Bones, I need you. Badly.
- Permission to come aboard?
- (Rand) Permission granted, sir.
Well, Jim, I hear Chapel's an MD now.
I'm going to need a top nurse,
not a doctor who'll argue
every diagnosis with me.
They probably redesigned
the whole sickbay, too.
Engineers love to change things.
Dock control reports ready, sir.
- Helm ready, sir.
- Orbital departure on plot, sir.
Yard Command signalling clear, sir.
- Manoeuvring thrusters, Mr Sulu.
- Manoeuvring thrusters.
Hold station.
Thrusters at station-keeping, sir.
Thrusters ahead, Mr Sulu.
Take us out.
Intermix set, bridge.
Impulse power at your discretion.
Impulse power, Mr Sulu.
Ahead, warp point five.
- Departure angle on viewer.
- Departure angle.
- Viewer ahead.
- Viewer ahead.
Captain's log, stardate 7412.6,
1. 8 hours from launch.
In order to intercept the intruder
at the earliest possible time,
we must risk engaging warp drive
while still within the solar system.
Captain, assuming we have
full warp capability,
accelerating to warp seven
outside the solar system
will bring us to IP with the intruder
in 20.1 hours.
Bones, do the new facilities
meet with your approval?
They do not. It's like working
in a computer centre.
- Programming ready?
- (Decker) Set for warp entry.
But I still recommend
further simulation study.
Mr Decker, every minute
brings that object closer to Earth.
Engineering, stand by for warp drive.
(Scott) We need further simulation
on flow sensors.
Engineer, we need warp speed now.
Jim, you're pushing.
Your people know their jobs.
- That's it. I can't do any better.
- Aye, lad.
It's borderline on the simulator.
I cannot guarantee she'll hold up.
Warp drive, Mr Scott.
Ahead, warp one, Mr Sulu.
Accelerating to warp one, sir.
Warp point seven,... point eight.
Warp one, sir.
- Mr Decker...
- (alarm)
Wormhole.
Get us back on impulse power.
Full reverse.
Negative helm control.
Going reverse on impulse power.
Subspace frequencies jammed, sir.
Wormhole effect.
Negative control
will continue 22.5 seconds
before velocity slows
to sublight speed.
Unidentified small object is in
the wormhole with us, directly ahead.
Force fields up full.
Put object on viewer.
Manual override on helm.
- No manual response.
- Navigational deflectors coming up.
Distortion has overloaded
power systems.
Navigational deflectors inoperative.
Directional control also inoperative.
- (distorted) Time to impact?
- 20 seconds.
Mr Chekov, stand by on phasers.
No.
Belay that phaser order.
Arm photon torpedoes.
Photon torpedoes...
..armed.
Object is an asteroid.
Reading mass point seven.
Targeting asteroid.
Impact in ten seconds.
(llia) lmpact in eight seconds.
Fire torpedoes.
- Six.
- Torpedoes away.
Four.
Helm control restored, sir.
- Position report, Navigator.
- Computing new intersection course.
- Communications normal.
- Negative damage reported, Captain.
No casualties reported, Doctor.
Wrong, Mr Chekov.
There are casualties. My wits.
As in "frightened out of",
Captain, sir.
We're at warp point
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