If you haven’t seen this week’s episode of “Star Trek: Picard,” “Imposters,” stop watching and watch that episode. After that check out Sean Ferrick’s reaction to that episode. And then come back here to talk about the “fridging” of a female character to motivate a male character.Read more “The Fridging of “Star Trek: Picard” (“Imposters” – S03E05)”
Twenty-eight ambulances got called out for BORG drinking at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Not the Seven of Nine kind of Borg drinking on “Star Trek: Picard.” BORG stands for Blowout Rage Gallon. A mixture of vodka, water, and sports drink powder. Which sounds like a cleaning solution. No surprise that 30 students became ill from binge drinking for the annual Blarney Blowout celebrations.
Paramount+ dropped the new trailer for “Star Trek: Picard” Season 3 at halftime during the San Francisco 49ers versus Philadelphia Eagle football game. One line stood out for me when Picard said, “Those were the days.” I recut the trailer to the 1968 song by Mary Hopkin.
William Shatner (Captain James T. Kirk of “Star Trek: TOS”), became the oldest person at 90 years old to go into space aboard the second human Blue Origin flight on Wednesday, 10/13/2021. This montage video features scenes from the flight and inside the capsule, and the song, “Rocket Man” by Elton John, that Shatner performed at the Science Fiction Film Awards on January 20, 1978.
SiliCon with Adam Savage announced their initial guest list several weeks ago. Dirk Benedict, Starbuck from the 1970s “Battlestar Galactica,” was the most notable guest. Most of the other guests were the usual suspects who showed up for Silicon Valley Comic Con. A new guest got added the next day.
William Shatner, Captain Kirk of “Star Trek: The Original Series,” will appear on Sunday only. He hosted the “Star Trek: The Next Generation” panel at SVCC 2017. That was the best run show the organizers for SVCC and SiliCon has ever put on.
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William Shatner (Captain James T. Kirk, “Star Trek: The Original Series”) discovers a new audience when he asked if they heard about the bicycle story at Silicon Valley Comic Con 2017. Check out the original video.
William Shatner tells a behind-the-scene story of stealing Leonard Nimoy’s bicycle while working on the set of “Star Trek: The Original Series” to a new audience at Silicon Valley Comic Con 2017.