Dr. Leonard McCoy

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Dr. McCoy doing a thorough inspection of life on an Alien Planet.

“Are you, sure, you're a, doctor?”
~ Captain Kirk on Dr. McCoy's doctorhood
“Are you out of your Vulcan mind?”
~ Dr. McCoy on Spock being logical
“Dammit Jim! I'm a doctor, not a prostitute!”
~ Dr. McCoy on Captain Kirk's request
“Dammit Jim! I'm a doctor, not a... DRAMA QUEEN!”
~ Dr. McCoy
“He's dead, Jim.”
~ Dr. McCoy on his last patient (who just happened to be wearing a red uniform)
“You're dead, Jim.”
~ Dr. McCoy talking to Kirk on his deathbed.
“I'm dead, Jim.”
~ Dr. McCoy on himself
“It's dead, Jim.”
~ Dr. McCoy on William Shatner's serious career

Doctor Leonard "Bones" McCoy was "just an old country doctor" on the starship Enterprise under the command of Captain James T. Kirk. Dammit Jim! We cannot stress enough that he is a doctor, not a bricklayer or a penguin or a noun, but a doctor. Jim seems to think otherwise.

Tenure on the Enterprise

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Dr. Bones on his day off at the salon.

McCoy was the Enterprise's chief medical officer, often finding himself playing nursemaid to some strange alien creature or an escaped criminal when they were carted into sickbay. But dammit, he was doctor! He was perhaps most well-known for his anti-Vulcan bigotry, particularly against the half-Vulcan, Spock. Considering how many other southerners seem to be more bigoted towards members of their own species (such as black people or Jews or women), McCoy's own distrust towards Spock would be more easily condoned were it not for the fact that Spock is supremely awesome.

Dr. McCoy was also extremely bigoted towards Tribbles, but since Tribbles are the most terrifying thing in existence, this hatred is completely justified.

He was also prone to suddenly taking a contrary stance on the random and mundane actions of his fellow crewmen. Examples included:

  • Walking through a door. ("Dammit, man! That thing's gonna crush you like a melon!")
  • Taking a drink of water. ("Are you out of your mind? Have you tested that stuff for poison?")
  • Locking the door to one's quarters. ("Well, what'll you do if there's a fire and you can't wake up!? Who'll save you then?!")
  • Shaking more than twice. ("You'll go blind, you crazy fool!")
  • Encountering someone else boarding an elevator he is on. ("Well, isn't it lucky for you we just happen to be... going your way?")

Life After the Enterprise

After many wacky and fun-filled adventures on the Enterprise, Dr. McCoy retired to Myrtle Beach, where he spends his time drinking Coronas and getting back massages from Nurse Chapel, and on occasion driving around a golf cart whilst ordering his Latino gardeners around, yelling "Dammit I'm wealthy, not some working bozo!.

Other people say that he is actually dead, but these people are not cool, and therefore should be totally ignored.

Dr. McCoy's Speech Patterns

Dr. McCoy completely lacks originality and is, therefore, prone to using the same phrases over and over to that the point that he becomes annoying. These phrases include:

  • "Are you out of your Vulcan mind, you pointy eared Hobgoblin!?!?"
  • "He's dead, Jim."
  • "Dammit, Jim! I'm a doctor not a________!"

This last phrase is always best accompanied by the lists below, which have been taken from Dr. McCoy's pocket when he was at a country club watching several teenage girls in bikinis play volleyball.

A list of things that Dr. McCoy is

  • A doctor

A list of things that Dr. McCoy is not

Spacepen

McCoy in an advertisement for NASA Spacepens, the pens that can write upside down. "Dammit Jim! It's a pen, not sex toy!

  • Moon Shuttle Conductor
  • Necro-Erotic Porn-hating Machine Gun Artist
  • Bricklayer
  • The Real McCoy
  • Psychiatrist... oops, wait, he is.
  • Mechanic
  • Coal miner
  • Officer of the line
  • Flesh peddler
  • Engineer
  • Scientist
  • Physicist
  • Gandhi
  • Escalator
  • Magician
  • Miracle Worker
  • Violinist he's not religious
  • A romancer of the elderly
  • Your real dad
  • A real doctor (he plays one on TV)
  • Approved for internal use

Things that Dr. McCoy claims not to be, but really is


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