Just curious. Shatner is a riot and I don’t think I have had so much fun in ages. Shatner is equal parts comedian and academic and he had the audience in the palm of his hand with his stories and energy. He was like a 30 year old on a Red Bull bender. And his thoughts about the planet and existence were deeper and more captivating than I was expecting. I dream of making it to his age let alone in such powerfully good shape.
Also loved seeing TWoK with a crowd super into the movie. Just doubled down on what a great move it is.
If you get a chance to see Shatner give a talk don’t pass it up. Every penny well spent.
I am going to be meeting and taking a pic with William Shatner tomorrow. I’m pretty nervous about the meeting. I’d like to hear your experiences if you’ve met him?
Comfort Films Podcast Episode 19 - Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (plus TOS Episode "Space Seed") on Apple Podcasts
Did anybody happen to record William Shatner’s Q&A at GalaxyCon Columbus? He said some wild stuff and I would like some video of him saying “POT? YOU CAN’T DIE FROM POT!!”
Did anybody get footage of Shatner’s Q&A at Galaxycon Columbus? He said some wild stuff and I’d like some evidence of it. Thanks! It’d be really helpful.
Does anyone have an unlock code for Ticketmaster for the show in Ft Wayne on February 3rd 2023?
Rescue 911 - "School Bus Save" (aired in 1990) -- profiling a Delaware boy who saved his sister after she was run over by a school bus in 1989
I have in my head this cover of What's Going On by 4 Non Blondes. I could swear he did, but I can't find it anywhere. Is this just another case of the Mandela Effect, or did he actually cover this song?
I would like to apologize to you over a major misunderstanding on twitter.
I suffer from Bipolar Disorder; and I tend to say things that are idiotic and misunderstandings happen. I am a fan of yours ever since I was a 6 year old starry eyed kid living on an air force base in Austin, Texas, back in 1978. TOS is my ultimate love above all else, even though I am a huge
fan of The X-Files' Gillian Anderson, I told her on a video chat that I still love Star Trek. I met Mr. Takei and the late Miss Nichols in the early 1990s in Maine. I was a part of a local Trek group in Maine called USS Kasimar, and the group had a replica of the TOS Enterprise built. I got to see it
built at my late dad's vocational school. Every year at the Bangor State Fair as long as I can remember had the Bridge replica shown. I sat in the captain's chair and stood at Spock's station. I still have the photo of me at the science officer station. I never got to meet Mr. Nimoy, but I was in his audience twice. First in Maine, at the University in Orono, back in 1986. And again, in 2014, at Symphony Hall, in Boston, a year before he passed away. I knew he was from Boston and I now live near
there. I been to some of the places he frequented, including South Station and the North End.
I have tweeted DS9's Nana Visitor, Doug Jones from Discovery, and Sir Patrick Stewart, among other Trek folks on twitter. Only Miss Visitor and Mr. Jones tweeted me back. I wish the others would too.
Last year, I was diagnosed with colon cancer. For a few months, I thought I was going to die.
I'm an aspiring screenwriter, because of my love for TOS and films. If I hadn't gotten successfully cured a year ago, I wouldn't be here writing you now. I pray you are in good health, I pray your family is well, and I wish you were in a Star Trek Online episode; I would love to play that if you were. Please accept my apology for this major misunderstanding. I would never intentionally insult anyone, that's not within my nature. I was very happy you went into space, that is the boldest thing I ever saw. I would love to go to space if I didn't have anxiety issues.
I just saw Bill's "Hack the Gallaxy" Youtube ad. I spit a nice rum and ginger .... the master, the one and only, the GOAT straight-man of humour
Title says it all. Let Youtube ads roll until you see this one. It's worth the investment.