Scotty picks something up on his communicator, but can't quite get a fix on it. Solid Gold tries to run, but Bones stops her. Kirk listens to Scotty's communicator. Spock's voice comes through, saying, "Fascinating, activity without end but with no volition." Kirk asks the voice if it's Spock. "Captain? Captain Kirk?" the comm asks. "Yes, yeeees, Spock," Kirk croons, going to stand in front of Remote Control Spock. Spock's brain -- for that's what it is -- tells him there's a definite pleasure connected in hearing his voice. Bones asks Spock's brain where he is. "Is that you, Dr. McCoy? And are you with the Captain?" Note that he doesn't say he connects pleasure with hearing Bones's voice? He's still repressing. Bones grumps, "Well, where else would I be?" Seriously, Spock's brain doesn't seem all that intelligent. "Mr. Spock, where are ye!?" Scotty demands. "Engineer Scott as well. Unfortunately I do not know where I am." Kirk smiles that they will find the brain. "A practical idea, Captain, it seems unlikely that I shall be able to get to you." They head off with Scotty directing Remote Control Spock. Down the corridor they see the Deep Purple from the Bridge. Before Kirk can do much more than posture at her, she hits her watch. BO-I-I-ING! And they all fall down. Well, Remote Control Spock and Solid Gold don't, but that's because they're brainless.