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twofacedjanus said: What is your headcanon reason for jim thanking spock instead of bones, or do you headcanon it out?
I usually headcanon it out because I find it was very forced.
Personally, I think that the directors and script writers are trying to live so hard up to The Original Series that they can’t actually comprehend just how convoluted the time line they’ve created is.
The first Reboot was a classic example of building up the McCoy and Kirk friendship, which, with the chemistry they’d been shown to have, could have easily fizzled into a very strong friendship or even a romantic affair with very little evidence of how Kirk and Spock came to become friends; they were shown to be antagonistic and unfriendly to each other, a sort of “keep your friends close, but your enemies closer” type of thing could be pointed out considering Spock and Kirk are far from friendly.
In the second Reboot, we’ve suddenly jumped from the emotionally charged McCoy and Kirk friendship into them barely speaking and McCoy being used as a comedic stand in whilst it is now Spock that has almost replaced McCoy, and also being at odds with his own significant other, Uhura. Perhaps something happened in the one-two? years that we’ve missed but that would not lend credence to the Kirk and Spock relationship making it seem forced and false.
I also find it was very selfish for them to have Kirk only say “thank you” to only Spock because, whilst he played a pivotal role in the effort of hunting down Khan, he did so for his own selfish reasons, going against the teaching of Surak; he hunted down Khan so Spock could kill him.
It could be argued that McCoy had his own selfish reasons,which he did, but I’ve already gone into them indepth, as do Uhura, but Spock was not the only person that helped Jim, and I find it very ignorant that Kirk only thanked Spock.
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