KIRK: Dining on ashes?
SPOCK: You were right. It was arrogant presumption on my part that got us into this situation.
You and the Doctor might have been killed.
KIRK: The night is young.
You said it yourself. It was logical.
Peace is worth a few personal risks.
...You're a great one for logic. I'm a great one for rushing in where angels fear to tread.
We're both extremists.
Reality is probably somewhere in between us.
...I couldn't get past the death of my son.
SPOCK: I was prejudiced by her accomplishments as a Vulcan.
KIRK: Gorkon had to die before I understood how prejudiced I was.
SPOCK: Is it possible
...that we two, you and I, have grown so old and so inflexible
...that we have outlived our usefulness?
...Would that constitute.... a joke..?
KIRK: Don't crucify yourself. It wasn't your fault.
SPOCK: I was responsible.
KIRK: For no actions but your own.
SPOCK: That is not what you said at your trial.
KIRK: That was as Captain of a ship. Human beings...
SPOCK: But Captain, we both know that I am not human.
KIRK: Do you want to know something?
SPOCK: I find that remark ...insulting.
KIRK: Come on. I need you.