Fourth TOS Movie? The Hell It Is!
Kirk tells Annie that he's here to bring two whales back to the twenty-third century, just in case some fool watching this movie was still sitting there going, "Huuhhhh? Whaaaaaa? Why are they in the eighties?" Kirk tells Annie to "think about it," takes the pizza, and leaves. Annie sits there, her mouth open, and exhales a "who are you?" because she can't believe Kirk just totally took the pizza she paid for. Kirk responds that she can find him in the park if she changes her mind. Annie drives off, this time getting a whole thirty feet away before that orangey transporter glow surrounds Kirk. Annie catches sight of it in her peripheral vision, but by the time she turns to see what's going on, Kirk is gone. Seriously, would it have killed Scotty to wait another thirty seconds before he beamed Kirk back? Although maybe he saw on the viewscreen that Kirk was bringing up some pizza and he just couldn't wait.
Back on the ship, Kirk asks Spock for an update. The tank is coming along, thanks to Scotty's mad blow-torchin' skillz, but they haven't heard from Team Uhura and Chekov yet. Kirk starts whining about how Annie won't give them Georgie and Gracie, even though he told her that he needed them. Spock says if they can't get Georgie and Gracie, their mission will probably fail. Oh, really? There aren't any other humpback whales swimming around in 1986? Kirk gets all pissy because if their mission fails, the world kind of ends and goddamn this and goddamn that! Then he storms away, leaving Spock with Scotty and McCoy, who have stopped working on the tank in favor of glaring at Spock.
Back at the Nuclear Wessel, Uhura and Chekov are waiting and waiting for the high-tech diggery-do to suck up those photons. I guess it's been taking a while, because they look bored. They're going to be really mad when they get back to the ship and find out that Scotty ate their share of that pizza. A guard patrols overhead, but doesn't look down to see Uhura and Chekov, even though they're pretty much sitting in plain sight and that diggery-do is making really loud beeping sounds. The Navy sure was stupid in the eighties.