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(Neatorama)   Worf cooks dinner while Data and Captain Archer clean dishes in Captain Picard's kitchen. BEST. PARTY. EVER   (neatorama.com) divider line 78
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2012-11-25 10:05:42 PM  

stevetherobot: Anybody else see Shatner's documentary The Captains? Awesome stuff. He actually had an epiphany about his relationship to the role while interviewing Stewart.


Yeah. Avery Brooks is batshiat insane.
 
2012-11-25 10:07:32 PM  

Mugato: stevetherobot: Anybody else see Shatner's documentary The Captains? Awesome stuff. He actually had an epiphany about his relationship to the role while interviewing Stewart.

Yeah. Avery Brooks is batshiat insane.


One too many trips thru the wormhole will do that to you.
 
2012-11-25 10:25:19 PM  

whyaduck: Well Dorn is a vegetarian, so I doubt large hunks of meat were on the menu.


The only way I could survive vegetarianism would be to curry everything.
Aloo Ghobi...oh yeah.
 
2012-11-25 10:31:03 PM  

maniacalclown: Said son also guest starred in the episode The Inner Light playing Kamin's son Batai. So you had Patrick Stewart's son playing the son of a man whose life Picard is reliving. Not quite David Tennant marrying Georgia Moffett levels of meta but close.


Even though Picard experienced "The Inner Light" only in his mind, it was the only time, in context, when a character really should have looked like Picard's biological son, so it was obviously perfect casting. Another episode when Picard had a son ("Bloodlines") turned out to not be that.

John de Lancie's son Keegan appeared on Voyager as Q's son.
 
2012-11-25 11:46:03 PM  

PsyLord: Mugato: stevetherobot: Anybody else see Shatner's documentary The Captains? Awesome stuff. He actually had an epiphany about his relationship to the role while interviewing Stewart.

Yeah. Avery Brooks is batshiat insane.

One too many trips thru the wormhole will do that to you.


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michaelmay.us
 
2012-11-26 12:09:20 AM  

PhiloeBedoe: In 1990 I was at a party at Sam Kinison's house. It lasted six days. I still have an irregular heartbeat, a permanent stutter and cannot focus with my left eye. But doing nerd dishes sounds like fun, too...


Did you bring your wife, Morgan Fairchild?
 
2012-11-26 12:10:47 AM  

stevetherobot: Anybody else see Shatner's documentary The Captains?


It had me laughing continuously as he stumbled through trying to psychoanalyze a bunch of people that share only the most tenuous of connections with him. The man really is a ridiculous narcissist.

/Loved him on Boston Legal more than anything else in his career
 
2012-11-26 12:23:56 AM  

Mugato: stevetherobot: Anybody else see Shatner's documentary The Captains? Awesome stuff. He actually had an epiphany about his relationship to the role while interviewing Stewart.

Yeah. Avery Brooks is batshiat insane.


Holy shiat if that ain't the truth.
 
2012-11-26 12:38:20 AM  
Brent BETTER have done this whilst tending bar:

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It is green.
 
2012-11-26 12:56:13 AM  
How is this any different than a bunch of guys that work at the lumberyard getting together and having a Bar B Que? Not that uncommon to find you have similar tastes in some things as your coworkers.
 
2012-11-26 02:33:52 AM  

buntz: Bondith: Will's scheduled a poker game for the same night as the Captain's Banquet, and has to figure out how to attend both. Hijinks ensue.

Pretty much!

Here is the interview!


Is it me or is she hotter older and not whored up?
 
2012-11-26 06:08:40 AM  
Well, I wouldn't recognise these guys on the street.
 
2012-11-26 06:09:29 AM  

thisiszombocom: buntz: Bondith: Will's scheduled a poker game for the same night as the Captain's Banquet, and has to figure out how to attend both. Hijinks ensue.

Pretty much!

Here is the interview!

Is it me or is she hotter older and not whored up?


My childhood crush got rekindled when wifey and I went to the Ottawa Comiccon. She was shorter than I expected (no surprise) and she liked my wifes toenail polish.
 
2012-11-26 06:22:48 AM  
I can see a Stewart/Dorn odd couple esque thing where they play a gay couple. Stewart is the manly stoic one while Dorn wants to go shopping and try on cool boas! Frakes and Sirtis could play their slightly uptight suburban neighbors who are unsure of how to broach the gay couple.

And of course Wil Wheaton plays the obnoxious HOA president who doesn't approve of Dorn's gay lawn ornaments.
 
2012-11-26 06:56:26 AM  

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Tax Boy: Meanwhile, for the 50th year in a row, William Shatner is having Thanksgiving dinner alone with his ego.

I'd like to think that it would play out like the battle between the three Shatners in his performance of "Rocket Man."


Not quite...
 
2012-11-26 07:55:57 AM  
PhiloeBedoe
vartian: PhiloeBedoe: In 1990 I was at a party at Sam Kinison's house. It lasted six days. I still have an irregular heartbeat, a permanent stutter and cannot focus with my left eye. But doing nerd dishes sounds like fun, too...
I'll take this...
[uploads.neatorama.com image 554x739]
...over this...
[www.hollywoodgravehunter.com image 400x219]
...any day, thanks.
Sam Kinison was hit and killed when a drunk driver crossed over into his lane.


Although Kinison's death was not directy related to [his] partying, I do belive the more risks you take, the more likely shiat happens.

And he took lots and lots of risks.

/Yes, his death was ironic.
 
2012-11-26 09:01:57 AM  

Enemabag Jones: PhiloeBedoe
vartian: PhiloeBedoe: In 1990 I was at a party at Sam Kinison's house. It lasted six days. I still have an irregular heartbeat, a permanent stutter and cannot focus with my left eye. But doing nerd dishes sounds like fun, too...
I'll take this...
[uploads.neatorama.com image 554x739]
...over this...
[www.hollywoodgravehunter.com image 400x219]
...any day, thanks.
Sam Kinison was hit and killed when a drunk driver crossed over into his lane.

Although Kinison's death was not directy related to [his] partying, I do belive the more risks you take, the more likely shiat happens.

And he took lots and lots of risks.

/Yes, his death was ironic.


You mean the risk of driving sober in his own lane of traffic? I guess we're all living on the jagged edge of danger...
 
2012-11-26 09:03:59 AM  

Mugato: stevetherobot: Anybody else see Shatner's documentary The Captains? Awesome stuff. He actually had an epiphany about his relationship to the role while interviewing Stewart.

Yeah. Avery Brooks is batshiat insane.


Fair enough. But he set the gold standard for "bad ass" in Spenser For Hire in the 80's.

It took Tarantino into the 90's with Samuel L. Jackson to push that envelope.
 
2012-11-26 10:07:46 AM  

Skarekrough: Mugato: stevetherobot: Anybody else see Shatner's documentary The Captains? Awesome stuff. He actually had an epiphany about his relationship to the role while interviewing Stewart.

Yeah. Avery Brooks is batshiat insane.

Fair enough. But he set the gold standard for "bad ass" in Spenser For Hire in the 80's.

It took Tarantino into the 90's with Samuel L. Jackson to push that envelope.


Whenever I see him, I hear his voice in my head saying "Spence-ah".
 
2012-11-26 12:01:48 PM  

PhiloeBedoe: Enemabag Jones: PhiloeBedoe
vartian: PhiloeBedoe: In 1990 I was at a party at Sam Kinison's house. It lasted six days. I still have an irregular heartbeat, a permanent stutter and cannot focus with my left eye. But doing nerd dishes sounds like fun, too...
I'll take this...
[uploads.neatorama.com image 554x739]
...over this...
[www.hollywoodgravehunter.com image 400x219]
...any day, thanks.
Sam Kinison was hit and killed when a drunk driver crossed over into his lane.

Although Kinison's death was not directy related to [his] partying, I do belive the more risks you take, the more likely shiat happens.

And he took lots and lots of risks.

/Yes, his death was ironic.

You mean the risk of driving sober in his own lane of traffic? I guess we're all living on the jagged edge of danger...


Well, that and he was driving a GTA, which pretty much folds up like an accordion.
 
2012-11-26 04:01:42 PM  

Skarekrough: Mugato: stevetherobot: Anybody else see Shatner's documentary The Captains? Awesome stuff. He actually had an epiphany about his relationship to the role while interviewing Stewart.

Yeah. Avery Brooks is batshiat insane.

Fair enough. But he set the gold standard for "bad ass" in Spenser For Hire in the 80's.

It took Tarantino into the 90's with Samuel L. Jackson to push that envelope.


As good as SLJ is, in many ways his persona-defining role in PULP FICTION is really a riff on Avery Brooks' Hawk.
 
2012-11-26 04:12:52 PM  

DjangoStonereaver: Skarekrough: Mugato: stevetherobot: Anybody else see Shatner's documentary The Captains? Awesome stuff. He actually had an epiphany about his relationship to the role while interviewing Stewart.

Yeah. Avery Brooks is batshiat insane.

Fair enough. But he set the gold standard for "bad ass" in Spenser For Hire in the 80's.

It took Tarantino into the 90's with Samuel L. Jackson to push that envelope.

As good as SLJ is, in many ways his persona-defining role in PULP FICTION is really a riff on Avery Brooks' Hawk.


Which I kind of find funny because I always felt that Hawk, in the books at least, was more of a throwback to the characters portrayed in the 70's blaxploitation movies. They were street-smart but they also had a greater understanding of the world from a philosophical level. In the show though they tended to make him much more one-dimensional and almost at times worked to make him unlikable.

CSB:

I got to meet Robert Parer in the late 90's. He regaled us with stories of working on the TV series, writing and a ton of other stuff. One of the things he said was that Avery approached him and give him the highest compliment that he could ever conceive of when he told him "You do good writing for a Black man."
 
2012-11-26 04:55:42 PM  

Skarekrough: CSB:

I got to meet Robert Parker in the late 90's. He regaled us with stories of working on the TV series, writing and a ton of other stuff. One of the things he said was that Avery approached him and give him the highest compliment that he could ever conceive of when he told him "You do good writing for a Black man."


High praise indeed from a man who teaches classical theatre and who did a killer one-man show about Paul Robeson.
 
2012-11-26 07:07:26 PM  
PhiloeBedoe,
You mean the risk of driving sober in his own lane of traffic? I guess we're all living on the jagged edge of danger...


We all are capable of dying today, you are right.

Also I believe the more stupid risks you take, the more likely you will be unlucky. Life is not lived in isolation of your other actions. Not that it could not been an unlikely devout Mormon.

I assume you remember the extensive partying he did, and he had that nice little piece about drunken driving in one of his comedy routines. His ass would be laughing hard at his own death.

All of that partying, and killed by some asshole drunk driver when he was the sober one.
 
2012-11-26 07:13:04 PM  

Tax Boy: Meanwhile, for the 50th year in a row, William Shatner is having Thanksgiving dinner alone with his ego.


Somehow, I think he prolly had good company...

Elizabeth Anderson Martin

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www.contactmusic.com

i153.photobucket.com 

/fisting, gods and all that...
 
2012-11-26 07:23:54 PM  

DjangoStonereaver: As good as SLJ is, in many ways his persona-defining role in PULP FICTION is really a riff on Avery Brooks' Hawk.


Something Tarantino did was a riff on something else? Teh hell you say!
 
2012-11-26 09:07:26 PM  

Enemabag Jones: PhiloeBedoe,
You mean the risk of driving sober in his own lane of traffic? I guess we're all living on the jagged edge of danger...

We all are capable of dying today, you are right.

Also I believe the more stupid risks you take, the more likely you will be unlucky. Life is not lived in isolation of your other actions. Not that it could not been an unlikely devout Mormon.

I assume you remember the extensive partying he did, and he had that nice little piece about drunken driving in one of his comedy routines. His ass would be laughing hard at his own death.

All of that partying, and killed by some asshole drunk driver when he was the sober one.


It sounds like you're talking about Karma or Destiny. Those are superstitions. All of Sam Kinison's partying had absolutely nothing to do with his death. Nothing.
Ironic death? I will give you that. Would he have found it funny and riffed on it? Yes again. But was he in any way, other than driving legally down the road, responsible for his death? No.
 
2012-11-26 10:12:07 PM  

Mugato: DjangoStonereaver: As good as SLJ is, in many ways his persona-defining role in PULP FICTION is really a riff on Avery Brooks' Hawk.

Something Tarantino did was a riff on something else? Teh hell you say!


Shocking, I know.
 
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