The Loop (TV)
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- David's death.
- And then there's Kirk's reaction. He tries to sit in his chair to absorb what has happened - only to fall on the floor. The distraught look on his face suggests he's not even aware that he fell.
- The destruction of the Enterprise, which is truly the death of a character in and of itself. This is the ship which saved Kirk and crew so many times in TOS, and now they're forced to sacrifice her to save Spock.
- The visual effects company ILM was more than happy to blow up the model, which was oversized and unwieldy for the team.
- Bones' scene with Spock in sickbay, showing that he really does consider Spock a friend/brother.
"I'm gonna tell you something that I never thought I'd hear myself say. But it seems I've...missed you. I don't know if I could stand to lose you again."
- Perhaps a bit unusually, KRUGE gets something of a Tear Jerker scene after the destruction of the Enterprise takes the lives of apparently his entire crew save Maltz. The very next scene we see Kruge in, he's hunched over in his command chair on an otherwise-empty bridge, head in his hands, grieving very visibly for the loss of his men. The moment passes quickly, but still.
- "Forgive me, T'Lar. My logic is...uncertain, where my son is concerned." To hear the pinnacle of Vulcan control wrestle with his emotions, and admit that he cares more for his son than for doing the logical thing, it brings a tear to the eye.
- "To absent friends." Especially when you consider that a fair number of the Enterprise crew were seen during Saavik's Kobyashi Maru test, meaning that they were a part of the training cadre, much like how Scotty was in charge of the Engineering cadets. To them, the crew weren't just a bunch of trainees; these were men and women that the senior officers had been teaching and getting to know, and they had just watched them get slaughtered during Khan's rampage.
- Yes, Esteban was a bit of a "Rules Nazi", but it still brings a tear to the eye to think that him and his crew, a bunch of scientists on the almost defenseless U.S.S. Grissom, were gunned down before they could even react.
- When the scarred Enterprise pulled into spacedock, with a saddened Rand watching on.
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