I've never understood the female capacity to avoid a direct answer to any question. S01E24 This side of Paradise. An interesting note is that this episode engendered a poem regarding Spock and his love interest in that episode. Leila Kalomi was the characters name and it was played by Jill Ireland. Sonnet from the Vulcan: Omicron Ceti Three by Shirley Meech Originally published in Star Trek: The New Voyages Bantam Books 1976 I thought the memory of you was gone---- I thought it buried underneath the years. But now, it rises, bright as Vulcan dawn, And I remember you, and Earth, and tears. Your tears were falling like the rains of Earth; You were the storms and roses of Earth's spring. You could not know that, almost from my birth The rites of Vulcan bound me to T'Pring. I could not break those ties; I had no choice--- Returned to space, left you and Earth behind. But still I heard the echo of your voice, Found the rain and wind and roses in my mind. You told me that you loved me, and you cried. I said I had no feelings. And I lied.