Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

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''The Search for Spock'' begins shortly after [[Spock|Spock's]] funeral in [[Star Trek II:  The Wrath of Khan]].  The damage the [[USS Enterprise (TOS)|USS Enterprise]] sustained has been patched up and the ship is limping home to [[Spacedock]] supposedly for repairs.  Upon arrival at spacedock though, the intrepid crew are shocked to learn that their heavily damaged ship is scheduled for decommission. With the commissioning of the new ''[[USS Excelsior]]'' starfleet probably feels the ship is obsolete.
 
''The Search for Spock'' begins shortly after [[Spock|Spock's]] funeral in [[Star Trek II:  The Wrath of Khan]].  The damage the [[USS Enterprise (TOS)|USS Enterprise]] sustained has been patched up and the ship is limping home to [[Spacedock]] supposedly for repairs.  Upon arrival at spacedock though, the intrepid crew are shocked to learn that their heavily damaged ship is scheduled for decommission. With the commissioning of the new ''[[USS Excelsior]]'' starfleet probably feels the ship is obsolete.
  
[[James T. Kirk|Kirk's]] son [[David]] along with Lt [[Saavik]] have been reassigned to the [[USS Grissom]] to study the newly formed [[Genesis device|Genesis planet]].  The two of them beam down to the surface when they detect a life form on the surface when there wasn't supposed to be.  They find Spock's burrial robe in the torpedoe casing that held his body, but the body is nowhere to be found.
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[[James T. Kirk|Kirk's]] son [[David]] along with Lt [[Saavik]] have been reassigned to the ''[[USS Grissom]]'' to study the newly formed [[Genesis device|Genesis planet]].  The two of them beam down to the surface when they detect a life form on the surface that there wasn't supposed to be.  They find Spock's burrial robe in the torpedoe casing that held his body, but the body is nowhere to be found.
  
[[Leonard McCoy|Dr. McCoy]] also has been behaving strangely, including breaking into Spock's sealed quarters on the ''Enterprise'' on their way home, asking Kirk why he left him on Genesis.  McCoy attempts to charter a ship to the Genesis planet but the planet has been guarantined, largely due to the controversy over the entire Genesis project and its potential as a weapon.  The attempt lands McCoy in a psychiactric ward after he attempts to give the [[Vulcan nerve pinch]] to a Federation security officer.
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[[Leonard McCoy|Dr. McCoy]] begins behaving very strangely.  He breaks into Spock's sealed quarters on the ''Enterprise'' on their way home, asking Kirk why he left him on Genesis.  McCoy later attempts to charter a ship to the Genesis planet but the planet has been guarantined, largely due to the controversy over the entire Genesis project and its potential as a weapon.  The attempt lands McCoy in a psychiactric ward after he attempts to give the [[Vulcan nerve pinch]] to a Federation security officer.
  
 
Spock's father, [[Sarek]] pays Kirk a visit, and also demand to know why Kirk left Spock on Genesis.  Sarek explains that he believes Kirk is carrying Spock's [[katra]] and that Kirk has an obligation to return to [[Vulcan]].  Kirk replies again that he doesn't know what is going on.  Sarek [[mind melds]] with Kirk and learns Spock's katra is not there.  They consult the ''Enterprise's'' logs and learn that Spock had mind melded with McCoy instead and that is the reasons for the Doctor's bizarre behavior.
 
Spock's father, [[Sarek]] pays Kirk a visit, and also demand to know why Kirk left Spock on Genesis.  Sarek explains that he believes Kirk is carrying Spock's [[katra]] and that Kirk has an obligation to return to [[Vulcan]].  Kirk replies again that he doesn't know what is going on.  Sarek [[mind melds]] with Kirk and learns Spock's katra is not there.  They consult the ''Enterprise's'' logs and learn that Spock had mind melded with McCoy instead and that is the reasons for the Doctor's bizarre behavior.

Revision as of 01:44, 21 February 2008

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