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Star Trek's DeForest Kelley Refused To Film A Requiem For Methuselah Scene

The final scene of "Requiem for Methuselah" sees Kirk, back on board the Enterprise, sulking in his quarters. McCoy takes the opportunity to explain love to the emotionless Spock, bitter that his Vulcan co-worker has deliberately chosen to eschew the glories — and the pains — of love. The original draft of this scene – 15 pages long, apparently – didn’t sit well with DeForest Kelley, to the point that he refused to utter a single word.

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    The Requiem For Methuselah Scene Star Trek's DeForest Kelley Refused To Film

    McCoy delivers a moving monologue in the “Star Trek” episode 'Requiem for Methuselah,' but DeForest Kelley Refused to film the original version of it.

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