Star Trek: Not With My Ship You Don't
Captain Kirk tries to communicate with Mr. Spock about the status of his ship and the next course of action it should take, but Commodore Decker, who is in command, assumes his authority to speak for the ship. The manner in which Captain Kirk speaks is an example of iambic pentameter.

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