Beam me up, Scotty
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"Beam me up, Scotty" is a catchphrase that made its way into popular culture from the science fiction television series ''Star Trek''. It comes from the command Captain Kirk gives his chief engineer, Montgomery "Scotty" Scott, when he needs to be transported back to the Starship Enterprise.
Though it has become irrevocably associated with the series and movies, the exact phrase was never actually spoken in any ''Star Trek'' television episode or film, however Shatner has said a few similar phrases.
Despite the phrase entering into popular culture, it is a misquotation and has never been said in any of the television series or films.〔 〕 The complete phrase was eventually said by William Shatner in the audio adaptation of his novel ''Star Trek: The Ashes of Eden''.
In the Original Series episodes "The Gamesters of Triskelion" and "The Savage Curtain", Kirk said, "Scotty, beam us up"; in the episode "This Side of Paradise," Kirk simply said, "Beam me up;" in the animated episodes "The Lorelei Signal" and "The Infinite Vulcan", when he said, "Beam us up, Scotty"; in ''Star Trek IV'', saying, "Scotty, beam me up"; and in ''Star Trek Generations'', by saying, "Beam them out of there, Scotty".
James Doohan, the actor who played Scotty, later chose this phrase as the title of his autobiography.〔 〕
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