"Bones," Kirk said quietly. "This odd-looking Klingon dish is--too large--for one man to eat. They call it Pi'Zza. We must consume it to prove our honor to the Klingon high council. But how?"
"Dammit, Jim, I'm a doctor, not a chef."
"Captain," Spock interjected. "Perhaps the toy model of the Enterprise that you cut your hand on last week might be of use. Its blade is sharp enough to cut this--what is it?--food?"
"That's it, Spock! Scotty, bring my toy chest," Kirk said into the microphone.
"Aye sir, I'll bring it up. Are we playing D&D again tonight?" Mr. Scott responded.
"No, Mr. Scott, we're going to eat a revolting-looking food--to save our ship--with--our--ship!"
Doctor McCoy spoke up, "Jim, I think we'll need breadsticks, too."
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