Finally, Kirk says he wants to speak to whoever is in charge. Deep Purple doesn't comprehend and says that she "is Leader." The men argue why that's impossible, asking about doctors and machine builders and Zamboni drivers. "Who controls this complex?" Kirk asks. My money's on Hugh Hefner. "Controls?" Deep Purple repeats. "Controller?" Yes, Kirk wants to meet the controller who controls. He wants to meet him. Deep Purple flatly refuses, saying only the FM Boot Brigade is allowed near the controller. Kirk promises they won't hurt the controller. "We just want to talk to somebody about Spock's brain!" Bones pleads. Deep Purple loses her temper: "Brain and brain! What is brain?" She even stamps her foot. And there was spawned that most quotable line which definitely rates a nice, old piece of Taleggio. Kirk makes the connection that the controller is Spock's brain and says, waving a hand, "Spock's brain...controls." 'That's not possible," Bones says, as Scotty lets out an odd exhalation of breath: "Arhhhh." So basically, Spock's the FM Boots Brigade's pimp. Kirk falls on his knees -- arms raised up -- in front of Deep Purple and says, "Great Leader!" He tries to convince her that they come in peace to talk with the Controller. Deep Purple doesn't believe him, since he said earlier that he wanted to take Spock's brain back. Kirk begs. Solid Gold tells Deep Purple not to take them. "They will be prevented," Deep Purple says, and pushes a button on her watch. Bones and Scotty grab the Great Hernia Belt of Pain and fall down. It takes much longer for Kirk to fall down because he has the task of staggering around the room, arching his back, and clawing at the air to complete first. Even when he's on the ground he doesn't stop. Instead he rolls over and over on the floor and then humps it like an inchworm. Deep Purple leaves with her FM Boot Brigade, saying that she knows what to do. Remote Control Spock just sits there.