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The Shat, Grobs and Bergeron!
August 16th, 2017 under Dancing with the Stars, Josh Groban, William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]


William Shatner is 86 years old, Tom Bergeron is almost 25 years younger than him and Josh Groban is about 25 years younger than the Dancing with the Stars host. Even though there is 50 years between the three men, that did not stop them from doing 21 shots of beer when they were hanging out.

Could you imagine those three men drunk together? That would be a laugh out loud riot. The Shat would probably talk even slower that he normally, Grobs would sing corny songs with his sexy voice and The Berg is giving commentary about it all. In other words a blast that I wish I was at because it would be a day I would never forget!

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BTWF roles: William Shatner in The Explosive Generation
December 20th, 2016 under Before They Were Famous, William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]


Before William Shatner was the face of Rescue 911, he was trying to rescue students in The Explosive Generation. How sexy is the 29 year old in that 1961 movie?

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William Shatner becoming a standup comedian?
December 20th, 2016 under AXS, William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]


We have seen William Shatner try his hand at comedy over the years, but we have never seen him actually do standup comedy. That is all going to change because Page Six is reporting he is going to do it for AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live on January 19th.
I think he is going to be hysterical because he has such a dry sense of humor and great timing. But then again, that could be because he takes pauses between words and that makes him funnier.
Either way, I am looking forward to his comedy debut. Heck, if he does he really good job, maybe he has a new career in his future. He’s only 85 years young, and you are never too old to start something new. Could you imagine him touring the circuit or getting his own comedy special? I would tune in for that even if I find myself asking Scotty to beam me up half way through.

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William Shatner wanted Scotty to beam him up during his interview
October 7th, 2016 under William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]


William Shatner did a remote live shot with Good Morning Britain and he should’ve known things were not going to go well when they gave him a cell phone to communicate with anchors back at the station instead of an IFB.
It was hard for the legend hear them, so he didn’t know that the questions were coming fans and not the newspeople. Therefore, when they asked him what was his favorite Star Trek episode was, he called them out for asking such a basic question. And it just went downhill from there.
Well for GMB that is, for us it was great to see him boldly go where no other guest has gone with them before.

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Henry Winkler and William Shatner’s memorable moments from Better Late Than Never
September 6th, 2016 under Henry Winkler, NBC, William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]


William Shatner and Henry Winkler along with Jeff Dye, Terry Bradshaw and George Foreman spent a month traveling in The Orient visiting 6 cities and they made memories that will stay with them for a lifetime. Tonight at 10p on NBC, they go to South Korea on Better Late Than Never and they almost cause an International incident. Thankfully, they didn’t or we would’ve heard it by now and they wouldn’t be with us to talk about the best show to grace our televisions since The Shat did a little show called Star Trek 50 years ago this week.
While Jeff Dye dropping his phone on the North Korean side of the border was pretty memorable for all of them, The Fonz had another unforgettable memory from that country. When Winkler was in Seoul he got to try one of their delicacies. He revealed to us what it was at a press day for the show, “I realized I was asked to pull an octopus out of a tank. That personal octopus sat and wrapped itself around my wrist and hand. A woman said, ‘Oh, very good.'” Then he added, “I ate it; wiggling, raw. And I didn’t and it’s so interesting. You put the tentacle in your mouth. Umm, good. You have to pull it, because it sticks to the inside of your cheek. But it actually was not bad.”
From tentacles to trunks, he had experience that will remain one of his all-time favorite memories. In Chiang Mai, he made a friend he will never forget. He detailed that meeting as, “I met an elephant. And I’m telling you, this 15,000 pound elephant looked me in the eye, and I looked the elephant in the eye, and I started crying. You felt the dearness.” So much so, “I have a picture on my phone in my house, in everywhere. You see the elephant leaning into me when I’m standing next to him, like he was a puppy. I’m telling you. And this is not hyperbole. It came out of him like a river, this emotion. It was one of the great moments, outside of my children, grandchildren and family.”
Talking about children, Captain Kirk had a run with a kid that reminded him of his Rescue 911 days. The time that stuck with and will forever stay with him is when, “It was a kid. We had a water fight with colored water, and the water was taken out of cesspools that there were a lot of cesspools around and they were fired at us. And during this fight I had my mouth open, and this kid shot this long arc of water into my mouth.” Then he added, “I’ve never forgotten that child since. That child’s face is emblazoned in my mind. I’ll never forget that kid.” Which could be why he told me that if Better Late Than Never was picked up for a second season, he will not going along with them. Winkler on the other is packed and ready to go.
One more thing that both men will never forget is the month that they traveled to Tokyo, Kyoto, Hong Kong, Seoul, Bangkok and Chang Mai together.

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