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[001-110] Star Trek TOS: "Charlie X"
[111-115] Star Trek TOS: "Charlie X" - quotes

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Book: 'Soliloquy'

This (not very good) poem was published in one of the official Star Trek books, The New Voyages 2. While the books are not really canon-canon, it's still interesting to see the kind of thing that used to make it to publication.

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[001-054] Star Trek TOS: "The Man Trap"

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Thoughts: Musings on K/S

The thing with Kirk and Spock is that it doesn't matter if their relationship is not canonically romantic. They are, across the decades, the most important people in each others' lives - their one unbreakable, long-term interpersonal relationship. Whether friends or partners, Kirk and Spock are everything to each other and that - that - is why the pairing is so wonderful.

Oh, and just sticking these Roddenbury quotes here for reference:

"...I definitely designed it as a love relationship. I think that's what we're all about - love, the effort to reach out to each other. I think that's a lovely thing. Also, dramatically, I designed Kirk and Spock to complete each other..."

"Yes, there's certainly some of that -- certainly with love overtones. Deep love. The only difference being, the Greek ideal-- we never suggested in the series-- physical love between the two. But it's the-- we certainly had the feeling that the affection was sufficient for that, if that were the particular style of the 23rd century."


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