Saturday, January 21, 2012

George Takei Is The Broker of Star Peace

Sometime last month, after William Shatner and Carrie Fisher got into a feud over which was better, Star Trek or Star Wars, George Takei intervened by filming the above video message, urging them to make peace with each other.  

In the video he begins,

"Fellow star folks. Cool it down, and shut your big worm holes! Each is wonderful in its own special way..."

Takei says this is a time when all "starfriends" need to band together, because of an "ominous mutual threat to all science fiction." He says, " It’s called ‘Twilight’ and it is really, really bad. Gone is any sense of heroism, camaraderie, or epic battle. In its place, we have vampires that sparkle, and moan, and go to high school."

I am listening George, and even though I do think Star Trek is WAY BETTER than Star Wars, I will refrain from antogonizing any fellow starfriends, because I have had it up to here with vampires. Oh, and zombies. We should all live long and prosper, and be vampire and zombie-free. May the force be with us. And may it bring us another Star Trek movie.


  1. totally agree with you and mr. takei! trying to make a hero out of a vampire is just twisted, first of all. i have no opinion regarding which star genre is better. loved the early days of star trek, for sure. we all were glued to our tv was innovative and new, and way cool!

  2. This Star Trek but Wars have wrong it all the way! Very much overpoundage also! Battle of Fatties!

  3. It IS the battle of fatties! Very much overpoundage!!!

    Outer Space Alien, you probably won't see this question, but I would like to know which you would vote for, if someone put a gun to your head and you had to choose: Star Trek or Star Wars?

  4. This violence hypothetical of earth units! If threat persists, Star Trek with gooba gooba juice party is the thing of my planet.

  5. You choose wisely, Outer Space Alien.

    (What is the thing with you aliens and your gooba gooba juice?)