Can you match Star Trek characters to their first ever lines of dialogue?

Who was talking about weepers, warp speeds and frequencies?


The Enterprise crew sure knew how to make an entrance. Thanks to the transporter, they could materialize out of thin air!

Television audiences were awestruck when Star Trek made its debut on September 8, 1966. "The Man Trap" introduced viewers to Kirk, Spock and many of the other beloved characters. Some came around later.

But our question is — do you remember the first things they said?

Try to match these lines to the correct characters! Good luck!

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  1. "We'll have to head directly there at warp six, sir. Insufficient time to stop off at Vulcan."
  2. This character was heard but not seen when saying, "Locked on you, Captain."
  3. "Mr. Spock, sometimes I think if I hear that word 'frequency' once more, I'll cry."
  4. "In here feeding the weepers, Janice."
  5. "Miss Uhura, your last sub-space log contained an error in the frequencies column."
  6. "Captain's log, Stardate 1513.1. Our position, orbiting planet M-113."
  7. "Is that how you get girls to like you? By bribing them?"
  8. Which villain said upon his entrance, "Meaning no ingratitude, gentlemen, but just where is it I find meself?"
  9. "The lab status report, doctor."
  10. Which classic villain simply said, "How long?"
  11. "Oh, Green, what went on down there? … Who do you think you are?"

Can you match Star Trek characters to their first ever lines of dialogue?

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Snickers 32 months ago
9 out of 11. Dam it Jim I'm a doctor not a quiz master.
DerekBird 34 months ago
You got 8 out of 11
Hmm… these readings seem a little off. Better luck next time.
GregCouncil 34 months ago
You got 11 out of 11
You crushed it! Nice work!
I have watched the original Star Trek episodes for years.
Snickers GregCouncil 32 months ago
Been a trek fan since 1966 when I was 10 years old. Favorite episode: " Balance of Terror". Worst episode in my opinion: "Spock's Brain". Brain Brain what is Brain? Really are you kidding me?
Mirramanee Snickers 20 months ago
While I love "Balance of Terror" (it's definitely in my Top 5), my favorite is "The Corbomite Maneuver". I didn't find "Spock's Brain" to be as bad as other people seem to think it is. I actually thought it was an interesting concept technologically, using an actual brain to control a computer network. The episode I find the least enjoyable (and yet I do watch it when it's on) is "Arena". I think I found it rather tedious (as plotlines go) as a child and that first impression has never completely gone away, even as an adult.
Tommygunz 34 months ago
I got 10/11 missed question 1. Thought it was Scotty.
STTOS 55 months ago
You got 10 out of 11 - You crushed it! Nice work! Usually a very good score but I expected to get them all. Missed #4 and immediately pictured the scene in my head when I got it wrong. Oh well...
wspillersw7 55 months ago
Never was a fan of the old star trek. Even as a kid the set looked fake. Give me the next generation.
Snickers wspillersw7 32 months ago
Never would have been a Next Generation without Star Trek. And yes the sets may have looked fate but were talking about a show that aired in the 60's with a limited budget and no CGI affects.
Pacificsun wspillersw7 20 months ago
Not to be argumentative for its own sake, just philosophical. And perhaps that's what's to be drawn from the original series. It was never intended to be a visual show for it's own attraction but a setting in which to to explore novel ideas. As in "where no one goes" usually, as in conceptually speaking, just like TZ was introducing viewers to "another dimension" of their thinking. ST:TOS if they were watching for mental stimulation, embraced the future of mankind. Not just the contrivances of it. ST:TOS was mid-Sixties, SW late-Seventies and ST:TNG, 80's. Think of the huge shift in cultural awareness over that span of time.

And the question becomes, was ST:TNG more interested in Sci Fi adventures or adventures in thought!

Not comparable, and thankfully offered the own individuality to be appreciated. Let's celebrate the "Imagineers" instead! 😉
Mirramanee Snickers 20 months ago
Exactly! People forget how much had to be manually improvised back in the early days of film and TV. Nowadays, CG makes everything almost too slick.
Mirramanee Pacificsun 20 months ago
deen44 wspillersw7 10 months ago
You can have it
Irish 55 months ago
Missed 3 on the Star Trek quiz.
djw1120 55 months ago
10 out of 11
It was very logical.
fortunequest 55 months ago
My mind is like the original series... it's getting hazy!?
ELEANOR 55 months ago
I have watched every episode at least once and I really don't remember Janice Rand.
MrDbutler69 ELEANOR 55 months ago
They got rid of her roughly halfway(?) through the first season, presumably because she was becoming a romantic interest for Captain Kirk, and they didn't want him being tied down to just one woman.
DerekBird MrDbutler69 34 months ago
Although she appeared in eight of the first 15 episodes of Star Trek, she was released from contract.
She's also said this which may have contributed to her release:
She said that, while still under contract, she was sexually assaulted by an executive associated with the series. Later, in a public interview, she stated that Leonard Nimoy had been her main source of support during that time. She went into more details about the assault in her book The Longest Trek, but refused to name the executive, saying in the book, "This is my story, not his."
Mirramanee DerekBird 20 months ago
There were also rumors of her using drugs as well. Not sure how true that really was, considering what she revealed later on in her memoir. It was the '60's and drug use was quite prevalent (as it is still now, too, sadly). I believe that the last time she is seen on screen is on "Conscience of the King", when Barbara Anderson's character, Lenore, comes onto the Bridge and Rand steps aside to let her pass (while staring at Lenore's rather stunning attire). She didn't even have a spoken line in that scene and then was never seen again on the show (though she did reappear in some of the movie films).
Runeshaper 55 months ago
You got 6 out of 11
Hmm… these readings seem a little off.

Definitely a little off LOL
Michael 55 months ago
You got 11 out of 11. You crushed it! Nice work! Been a Star Trek fan since I started watching it and reading the books from the library.

ndebrabant 55 months ago
You got 10 out of 11
You crushed it! Nice work!
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