All good things must end, and the original Star Trek movies end on a good thing. That being Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
Nicholas Meyer originally wanted Kim Cattrall to play Lt. Saavik in The Wrath Khan, and so now he gets to cast her in this as Valeris. And in early drafts, this character was actually Saavik.
But more importantly, Spock seems to think he’s related to Sherlock Holmes.
Leaving aside that Spock himself is a fictional character, it’s well established in the franchise that Sherlock Holmes is also a fictional character, pouring from the pages of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Is Spock going senile?
And Watson thinks Sherlock is Spock.
And Bendydick Cuminapatch played Khan in Into Darkness.
And Nicholas Meyer directed The Wrath Of Khan.
And Nicholas Meyer wrote The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, a film about Sherlock Holmes.
My brain hurts.