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"Star Trek: The Original Series" Wolf in the Fold (TV Episode 1967) Poster

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Captain James T. Kirk: Bones, what's the sedative situation?

Dr. McCoy: I've got some stuff that would tranquilize an active volcano.

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Voice of Redjac: I am without ending. I have existed from the dawn of time, and I shall I live beyond its end! In the meantime, I shall feed, and this time I do not need a knife. You will all die horribly in searing pain!

Mr. Spock: It is attempting to generate terror, Captain.

Voice of Redjac: I can cut off your oxygen and suffocate you!

Sulu: Captain.

[McCoy injects Sulu with a hydrospray, Sulu immediately becomes euphoric]

Sulu: Whoever he is, he sure talks gloomy.

[starts to rise from chair]

Captain James T. Kirk: [pushing Sulu back into his chair] Man your post, Sulu.

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Jaris: Gentlemen, I have come to invite you to my home.

Hengist: Ah, Prefect, ah, don't you think this should be handled in an official manner, through my office?

Jaris: It shall be handled in an official manner, Mr. Hengist, since I am the highest official.

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Scott: [Watching exotic belly dancer] Captain, I think I'm going to like Argelius.

Captain James T. Kirk: Obviously a man of good taste.

Scott: You mean to tell me that all these... well, that all this is... ?

Captain James T. Kirk: Yes, yes, yes, the Argelians think very highly of their pleasure.

Dr. McCoy: Now, that's an understatement if I ever heard one. This is a completely hedonistic society.

Captain James T. Kirk: Do you like her, Scotty?

Scott: Aye, why shouldn't I.

Captain James T. Kirk: Good. I've invited her to join us at the table. I thought you might like to meet her.

Scott: Now that's what I call a real captain: always thinking of his men.

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Transporter Chief: You didn't have to shove me, Mr. Spock, I'd have gotten round to it.

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Mr. Spock: An entity which feeds on fear and terror would find a perfect hunting ground on Argelius, a planet without violence, where the inhabitants are as peaceful as sheep. The entity would be as a hungry wolf in that fold.

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Hengist: [holding a knife to Yeoman Tankris' throat] Everybody keep back or I'll kill her! I'll kill her! Keep back!

Dr. McCoy: [sauntering toward him] You'd better be careful. You're going to hurt somebody with that thing.

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Hengist: [sedated and laughing, as Kirk carries him out] You'll die. Die, die, die, everybody die. Kill, kill, kill you all.

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Sybo: [eight people, including Kirk, McCoy, and Scott, are seated around a flame that is the only light in the room] Let us begin. Let the circle not be broken. Concentrate upon the flame which burns upon the Altar of Truth. Yes... there is something here. Something terrible. I feel its presence. Fear, anger, hatred... anger feeds the flame. Oh, oh, there is evil here, monstrous, terrible evil! Consuming hunger! Hatred of all that lives, hatred of women, a hunger that never dies! It is strong, overpowering, an ancient terror! It has a name: Barratus, Kesla, Redjac. Devouring all life, all light! A hunger that will never die! Redjac! *Redjac!*

[the flame dies, and Sybo screams in horror]

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Captain James T. Kirk: What is the law in these cases?

Jaris: [enters] The law of Argelius is love.

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Scott: Captain, you mean my neck is gonna have to depend on some spooky mumbo-jumbo?

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Dr. McCoy: But Sybo said that it feeds on death.

Mr. Spock: In the strict scientific sense, Doctor, we all feed on death, even vegetarians.

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Captain James T. Kirk: You come from Rigel IV.

Hengist: Well, many people do. It's not a crime.

Captain James T. Kirk: No, but what we're investigating is.

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Captain James T. Kirk: Bones, what would happen if that thing entered a tranquilized body?

Dr. McCoy: Well, it might take up knitting, nothing more violent than that.

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Captain James T. Kirk: Sybo spoke of a hunger that never dies. Something that thrives on fear, terror, death. Mr. Spock, maybe we're going about it in the wrong way. Let's assume that Sybo was a sensitive. That she DID sense something, something evil.

Mr. Spock: Sensitivity of certain Argelian women is a documented fact, Captain.

Jaris: My poor Sybo's talent was genuine, gentlemen. What she told you was true.

Captain James T. Kirk: All right, then, what was it she said, exactly? A monstrous evil, ancient terror.

Dr. McCoy: That devours all life and light.

Captain James T. Kirk: She said something else, words that didn't make any sense.

Dr. McCoy: Yes. Redjac, Beratis and, er, Kesla.

Captain James T. Kirk: Obscure, meaningless words.

Mr. Spock: To us, perhaps, but to the computer?

Captain James T. Kirk: Ah. Mr. Spock, check them out.

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Dr. McCoy: He's dead, Jim.

Captain James T. Kirk: But that's impossible.

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Mr. Spock: Computer, this is a Class A compulsory directive. Compute to the last digit the value of pi.

Voice of Redjac: [Off camera] No, no, no, no! No, no!

Mr. Spock: As we know, the value of pi is a transcendental figure without resolution. The computer banks will work on this problem to the exclusion of all else until we order it to stop.

Captain James T. Kirk: Yes, that should keep that thing busy for a while.

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Scott: What did you do with that thing, Captain? Did you send it back to the planet?

Captain James T. Kirk: No. We beamed it out into open space, Scotty. Widest possible dispersion.

Dr. McCoy: That thing can't die.

Mr. Spock: Possibly, Doctor. Its consciousness may continue for some time, consisting of billions of separate bits of energy, floating forever in space, powerless.

Captain James T. Kirk: But it will die finally.

Captain James T. Kirk: [addressing Mr. Scott] You seem very happy about the whole thing.

Scott: Why not? For a while there I didn't know whether I was innocent or guilty.

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Captain James T. Kirk: [having introduced Scotty to a beautiful belly dancer] My work is never done.

Dr. McCoy: My work, Jim. This is prescription stuff. Don't forget, the explosion that threw Scotty against a bulkhead was caused by a woman.

Captain James T. Kirk: Physically he's all right. Am I right in assuming that?

Dr. McCoy: Oh, yes, yes. In matter of fact, considerable psychological damage could have been caused. Eh, for example, his total resentment toward women.

Captain James T. Kirk: He seems to be overcoming his resentment.

Dr. McCoy: Of course, in my professional opinion, when he gets back to the ship, he's gonna hate you for making him leave Argelius, but then he will have lost total resentment toward women.

Captain James T. Kirk: Mission accomplished as far as Scotty is concerned. Bones, I know a little place across town where the women...

Dr. McCoy: Yes. I know the place. I know the place, let's go.

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Scott: I went toward her, but... there was something in my way.

Captain James T. Kirk: Something? You mean, someone.

Scott: No, Captain, some... thing. Cold, it was, like a... stinking draft out of a slaughterhouse, but it wasn't... really there. Like a... if you know what I mean.

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Sulu: This is the first time I heard a malfunction threaten us.

Captain James T. Kirk: Man your post, Mr. Sulu.

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Dr. McCoy: She's dead, Jim.

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Dr. McCoy: She's dead, Jim. Just like the other one.

Captain James T. Kirk: Stabbed over and over again.

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Hengist: Uh, Captain, uh, may I continue with the questions please?

Captain James T. Kirk: Well, get on with it, man! Just don't stand there!

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Hengist: Fairy tales. Ghosts and goblins.

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Captain James T. Kirk: [They're on therapeutic shore leave at a night club on planet Argelius II; exotic female dancers are performing] Do you like her, Scotty?

Scott: Aye. Why shouldn't I?

Captain James T. Kirk: Good. I've invited her to join us at the table. I thought you might like to meet her.

Scott: Now that's what I call a real captain. Always thinking of his men.

[the dancer comes over, bends over backwards then does a shimmy before returning to the small stage to finish. Scotty bangs on the table in applause]

Captain James T. Kirk: [referring to table lights that are meant to be used for applause] Scotty, Scotty. In Argelius they use the lights.

Scott: Now, no one has to tell an old Aberdeen pub-crawler how to applaud, Captain.

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Dr. McCoy: [referring to Mr. Scott, who seems to be suffering from severe amnesia after a murder has been committed] Of course, there's another possibility.

Captain James T. Kirk: Explain.

Dr. McCoy: Hysterical amnesia. When a man feels guilty about something, something too terrible to remember, he blots it out of his conscious memory.

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Captain James T. Kirk: All right, Mister Spock, what do we have? A creature without form, that feeds on horror and fear, that must assume a physical shape to kill.

Mr. Spock: And I suspect preys on women because women are more easily and more deeply terrified, generating more sheer horror than the male of the species.

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