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antimatter imbalance...
the phasers were
automatically cut off.
Then you acted properly, of course.
Thank you, sir.
I'm sorry if I embarrassed you.
- You saved the ship.
- I'm aware of that, sir.
Stop competing with me, Decker.
- Permission to speak freely, sir?
- Granted.
Sir, you haven't logged a single
star hour in two-and-a-half years.
That, plus your unfamiliarity
with the ship's redesign...
in my opinion, sir, seriously
jeopardizes this mission.
I trust you will...
nursemaid me through
these difficulties?
Yes, sir, I'll do that.
Then I won't keep you from
your duties any longer, Commander.
- Yes, Doctor?
- Aye, sir.
He may be right, Jim.
- Was it difficult?
- No more than I expected.
About as difficult
as seeing you again.
- I'm sorry.
- That you left Delta IV?
Or that you didn't
even say good-bye?
If I had seen you again...
would you have been
able to say it?
No.
Make your point, Doctor.
The point, Captain, is that
it's you who is competing.
You rammed getting this command
down Starfleet's throat.
You've used this emergency
to get the Enterprise back.
And I intend to keep her,
is that what you're saying?
Yes.
It's an obsession.
An obsession that can blind you...
to far more immediate
and critical responsibilities.
Your reaction to Decker
is an example, Jim.
- Bridge to Captain.
- Viewer on.
Signal from a Federation registered
long-range shuttle, sir.
She wishes to come alongside
and lock on.
For what purpose?
My security scan shows it has
a grade-one priority, Captain.
Non belligerency confirmed.
I suspect it is a courier
of some kind.
Very well, Mr. Chekov.
See to it.
Viewer off.
Your opinion has been noted.
Anything further?
That depends on you.
Security scan.: one boarder.
Identity: Starfleet, inactive.
- Permission to come aboard, sir.
- Granted, sir.
Granted.
Why-- Why, it's Mister--
Spock!
Spock.
Commander, if I may?
If-- Oh.
I've been monitoring your
communications with Starfleet.
I'm aware of your
engine design difficulties.
I offer my services
as science officer...
with all due respect,
Commander.
- If our exec has no objections.
- Of course not.
I'm well aware of
Mr. Spock's qualifications.
Mr. Chekov, log Mr. Spock's
Starfleet commission reactivated.
List him as science officer.
Both effective immediately.
Mr. Spock.
Well, so help me,
I'm actually pleased to see you.
It's how we all feel, Mr. Spock.
Captain, with your permission...
I will now discuss these
fuel equations with the engineer.
Mr. Spock.
Welcome aboard.
Captain 's Log.:
Stardate 7413.4.
Thanks to Mr. Spock's
timely arrival and assistance...
we have the engines rebalanced
into full warp capacity.
Repair time.:
less than three hours.
Which means we will now be
able to intercept intruder...
while still more than
a day from Earth.
Warp .8.
.9.
Warp 2, sir.
Warp 3.
Warp 4.
Warp 5.
Warp 6.
Warp 7.
Science Officer Spock,
reporting as ordered, Captain.
Please, sit down.
Spock, you haven't changed a bit.
You're just as warm
and sociable as ever.
Nor have you, Doctor...
as your continued predilection
for irrelevancy demonstrates.
Gentlemen.
At last report,
you were on Vulcan...
apparently to stay.
Yes, you were undergoing
the ''Kolanear'' discipline.
Sit down.
If you are referring to the
Kolinahr, Doctor, you are correct.
Well, however it's pronounced,
Mr. Spock, it's the Vulcan ritual...
that's supposed to purge
all remaining emotions.
The Kolinahr is also a discipline
you broke to join us.
Will you, please, sit down?
On Vulcan I began sensing
a consciousness...
from a source more powerful
than I have ever encountered.
Thought patterns of
exactingly perfect order.
I believe they emanate
from the intruder.
I believe it may hold my answers.
Isn't it lucky for you that we just
happened to be heading your way?
Bones!
We need him.
I need him.
Then my presence is
to our mutual advantage.
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