Thus spaketh the legendary William Shatner back in August 2013, once again sparking the debate of where Star Trek really belongs - on the small screen or at the multiplexes.
Star Trek: Should it boldly return to TV or stay at the cinema?
At the time, Digital Spy readers were overwhelmingly in favour of bringing Trek back to television - with 71.73% of those polled voting in support of a small-screen resurgence - and one popular name mooted to helm a potential reboot was Ron Moore.
Moore's credentials are strong: he has Trek previous - having written and produced for The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager - and has form when it comes to reboots, having spearheaded the wildly popular '00s Battlestar Galactica revival.
So when the WiG spoke to Moore recently about his new show Helix, we couldn't resist grilling him about his possible involvement in any future revival. His thoughts on Star Trek and its screen future are reproduced in full below:
"I think its home and its heart is really in television. That's really what Star Trek is - the core concept is really a TV show.
"I think the features are good and I really admire what JJ Abrams has done with the last two films - I think it's great - but the heart and soul of that franchise demands a return to television.
"The kinds of stories that you'll tell in the features space are not the kinds of stories that made that show so popular. The features all have to be action-oriented.
"They all have to have enormous stakes - the Earth or the Federation or the universe has to be in jeopardy - and the features always have to surround the Captain… and maybe one other character.
"The TV shows were morality plays, they were more thematic, they were examining society in different ways. Sometimes the stakes were just one crew member's life, sometimes the stakes were just one alien world or the Enterprise.
"You could do a story that was just about Data (Brent Spiner) or a story that was just about McCoy (DeForest Kelley) or about the characters who lived below decks on the Enterprise.
"The TV show is really what Star Trek is to me. I think the features are great, but I think it has to return to TV if it's going to remain an ongoing franchise."
Moore went on to admit that he would "love" to bring Trek back to television, so is a TV revival for Gene Roddenberry's great space odyssey just around the corner? Well… not quite.
"I'd love to do Star Trek again, in all honesty," Moore said. "But I also don't have a great new Star Trek idea.
"I'm not saying I know exactly how to do a new TV show - I don't. Maybe I shouldn't do it until I have that great epiphany!"
Will Star Trek eventually return to television? The Week in Geek wouldn't bet against it. But whether Ron Moore will take the helm of the Enterprise when that time comes is another question.
However, after hearing him speak so passionately about the future of the franchise, we're convinced that he could be the right man for the job... when he's ready.
Is Ron Moore the right man to bring Star Trek back to television? Who else could take the helm? Or should the franchise remain at the cinema? Share your thoughts below!