The USS Enterprise had entered the orbit of Cruon VI. While preparing for transportation down to the surface, Captain James T. Kirk, Spock, and Montgomery Scott, aka Scotty, were in the halls talking about their upcoming assignment from Starfleet Command.

"I heard this planet's got some mighty strange activity going on, down there, Captain." Scotty spoke.

"No worries, Scotty; nothing you, I, Mr. Spock, and Dr. McCoy can't handle." Captain Kirk answered, with a confident smile.

"Mr. Scott does have a point, Captain; according to the readings I received on my monitor on the Bridge, Cruon VI does sense to have some, rather peculiar activity going on, down on the planet's surface." Spock answered.

"Spock, I'm beginning to think you actually experience the emotion of worry from time to time." Captain Kirk chuckled.

Spock raised an eyebrow.

"That statement is highly crude and illogical, Captain." Spock answered.

Captain Kirk simply smiled, and the three of them entered Sickbay, where Dr. Leonard H. McCoy was gathering his things together before transportation.

"Got everything, Bones," Captain Kirk smirked.

Dr. McCoy looked up for a brief second, then back down at his equipment.

"As much as I can bring, Jim." Dr. McCoy answered, deep in his thoughts.

"You don't seem real excited about this assignment." Captain Kirk replied.

Dr. McCoy sighed.

"I'm a little scared, to be honest; I don't know much about Cruon VI, or its people and medical advances…it's a completely unknown place to me." Dr. McCoy answered, worried.

"Spock, you know some information on Cruon VI, don't you?" Captain Kirk questioned.

"I know so much, Captain, but enough to satisfy the doctor in any sort of way." Spock replied.

"Spock, please go on," Dr. McCoy answered.

"Cruon VI is home to many native people, who are as developed as earth was during the early 2000s'. Music is a very popular thing of culture on Cruon VI, and not much medicinal techniques are known of, Doctor. Enough to prevent certain diseases, but not enough like our knowledge." Spock answered.

"That makes me feel a bit better; thank you, Spock." Dr. McCoy answered.

"Doctor," Spock replied.

"Alright, men; let's head to the transportation room." Captain Kirk spoke.

"Aye, sir," Scotty replied.

The four men left Sickbay and entered transportation, then stepped up onto the platform to be teleported to the ground.

"Ensign, energize," Captain Kirk ordered.

The ensign flipped a switch, and the four men turned into golden sparkles, then disappeared.