Only a Trekkie can nail this true or false Star Trek catchphrase quiz

Of course we've heard the phrase "beam me up, Scotty," but was it used in The Original Series?

Chances are, you’ve heard a Star Trek catchphrase or famous line in the 56 years since the first episode in the U.S. aired all the way back on Sept. 8, 1966.

We’re celebrating Star Trek Day with some of the best catchphrases and famous lines from The Original Series!

Just like “may the Force be with you” from Star Wars, Star Trek has plenty of instantly recognizable lines. What some don’t know, is some of those unmistakable phrases that have taken a life of their own over the decades, weren’t actually used in the show!

True or false: were these catchphrases and famous lines said on Star Trek: The Original Series?

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  1. This line was used in Star Trek: The Original Series: "I'm givin' her all she’s got, Captain!"
  2. This line was used in Star Trek: The Original Series: "To boldly go where no man has gone before."
  3. This line was used in Star Trek: The Original Series: "Beam me up, Scotty!"
  4. This line was used in Star Trek: The Original Series: "Most illogical."
  5. This line was used in Star Trek: The Original Series: "It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it."
  6. This line was used in Star Trek: The Original Series: "Hailing on all frequencies."
  7. This line was used in Star Trek: The Original Series: "Damn it, Jim! I’m a doctor."
  8. This line was used in Star Trek: The Original Series: "What am I a doctor, or a moon shuttle conductor?"
  9. This line was used in Star Trek: The Original Series: "Scotty, beam us up, fast!"
  10. This line was used in Star Trek: The Original Series: "Live long and prosper."

Only a Trekkie can nail this true or false Star Trek catchphrase quiz

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djw1120 22 days ago
#5: "It's life, Jim, but not as we know it"
This was just used in a recent episode about the Horta when Spock theorizes that she is based on silicon as opposed to carbon like most humanoid species are.
Shame on you, MeTV.
BTW, 8 out of 10 - including MeTV's goof.
RichLorn 23 days ago
5/10
"Who put the Tribbles in the Quadratriticaly, an what was in the grain that killed them?"....
Otis Campbell exclaiming to Rafe Hollister.
MichaelSkaggs 24 days ago
6 out of 10. My sister, Janet, would have gotten all of them!
audie65 25 days ago
Help!! Still no METV in Rhode Island!!!
JHP 25 days ago
4/10

more of a DS9 fan - watched these oldies big time
TheOnlyONE 25 days ago
10/10. Not a trekkie, but this quiz was VERY easy.
Mistertelvison 26 days ago
It seems that I am not a true Star Trekkie
Bean me up Scotty 😄😄😄😄😅
LalaLucy 26 days ago
8/10. Remembered a couple of them wrong but overall, thanks to my household of Trekkies, most were familiar.
hawkeyepierce_4077 26 days ago
5/10. I failed badly but I had fun doing it 😌
Tommygunz 26 days ago
9/10 got #5 wrong, I thought it was something either Spock or McCoy said.
djw1120 Tommygunz 22 days ago
You are right. It was from an episode that just aired recently about the Horta being based on silicon instead of carbon like most humanoid species.
TSeym22 26 days ago
9/10 Missed #8; thought it was from one of the movies.
dodgebob 26 days ago
This was an energized, warp speed, screw up, 5/10. “Logic is the beginning of wisdom, not the end “Insufficient facts always invite danger.” How true Mr. Spock, even today well before your time. “Dammit, Jim!”.“ Emotions are alien to me. I’m a scientist.” “Madness has no purpose. Or reason. But it may have a goal.” So true. “A species that enslaves other beings is hardly superior, mentally or otherwise.” “Humans do have an amazing capacity for believing what they choose — and excluding that which is painful.” “Without followers, evil cannot spread.” Remind you of anyone? “You mind your place, mister, or you’ll be wearing concrete galoshes.” Funny, sounds like they were predicting present day earth.
Mirramanee dodgebob 24 days ago
Considering what's happening to our country, those two phrases “Madness has no purpose. Or reason. But it may have a goal.” and “Without followers, evil cannot spread.” are particularly prescient--AND frightening!
MarkSpeck 26 days ago
8 out of 10. I knew that 'Beam me up, Scotty' was never used in any variant of the original Star Trek, TV or movie.
kevopilis 26 days ago
completely devastated. 7 for 10.
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