The only thing that could make an earworm more palatable and tolerable would be a mashup.
I’ve had Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok” cycling through my head for about a week now. (Thank you. I know your pity is palpable).
To make the pain a little easier, I found this video that combines the pop star and Captain Kirk and now I must share it with you.
Ok, it’s not sharing, it’s more like I’m spreading the misery.
You can thank me later.
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Tagged Captain Kirk, Dr. Spock, Ke$ha, Ke$ha Star Trek, Kesha, Leonard Nimoy, mashup, music, Pop Culture, Star Trek, Star Trek mashup, television, Tick Tock, Tik Tok, William Shatner
Oh, William Shatner, how I heart you and your vocal stylings.
I found Shatner’s rendition of the Elton John tune “Rocket Man” and I can’t get enough of this. It was part of the televised 1978 Science Fiction Film Awards.
As if his singular version isn’t trippy enough, through the “magic of television” they bring in a couple of other versions of Shatner for a trio finale.
I wonder if Travelocity could use any of this footage in their commercials? Nahh.
As a bonus, you get Karen Black introducing Bernie Taupin at the front end of the clip.
Of course, Family Guy lets Stewie do his dream version of Shatner, but I’ll stick with the truly original Captain Kirk puffing, sweating and offering dramatic pauses as he wends his way through Elton’s tune.
Of course, I’ve previously documented here at the Queen’s abode some appreciation of Captain Kirk’s appeal to alien babes and the Star Trek theme song.
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Tagged 1978, Bernie Taupin, Captain Kirk, Elton John, Family Guy, Karen Black, Pop Culture, Rocket Man, Science fiction, Shatner sings, Star Trek, Stewie, television, trippy, weird, William Shatner
I’m trying to get in the Christmas spirit, but haven’t had much luck lately.
Oddly enough, these geeky little Christmas ornaments may have helped perk up the spirits a bit, considering I have actually had two of them dangle from my own tree.
Yep, Newscoma has the Captain Kirk and Dr. Spock ornaments.
It seems, there are ornaments for all sorts of gamers out there too.
Everything from the old-school NES
to the Wii can dangle from your Douglas Fir.
And who needs fruit cake (even an inflatable fruit cake) when there are sushi ornaments available.
Toxel the full list of 14 unusual Christmas ornaments
Posted in geek/tech, holidays, Pop Culture, Science fiction, space, television
Tagged Captain Kirk, Christmas, Christmas ornaments, Dr. Spock, fruit cakes, gamers, gaming systems, Geek Christmas ornaments, holidays, inflatable fruit cake, NES, Star Trek, sushi, the perfect fruit cake, unusual Christmas ornaments, Wii
Get your geek on with these amazing jack-o-lanterns.
From Star Trek to Star Wars and everything in between.
There are comic book heroes, an original computer nerd, video game stars, apps and robots.
Something for anyone who is willing “to boldly go where no man has gone before.”
Go over to JustUsLeeg and check out all the rest of the geek jack-o-lanterns.
And once you’ve soaked up the geeky glory, go get yourself a pumpin and get to carving.
Posted in geek/tech, holidays, Movies, Pop Culture, Science fiction, space, television
Tagged Darth Vader, Dr. Spock, geek Halloween, geek jack-o-lanterns, geek jackolanterns, geeky Halloween, halloween, holidays, jack-o-lantern, jackolanterns, Leonard Nimoy, pumpkin, Star Trek, Star Wars, Steve Wozniak
It’s Bart Simpson vs Captain Kirk or Lisa Simpson meets Spock.
Using a Theremin, a funnel and a Rhodes piano, a combination of The Simpsons and the Star Trek theme songs has been mashed together.
It’s not quite Gwen Stefani and the Soggy Bottom Boys, but it is different.
And how often do you get to see a Theremin in action.
Posted in cartoons, music, Pop Culture, Science fiction, television, The Simpsons
Tagged Gwen Stefani, music, Soggy Bottom Boys, Star Trek, television, television theme songs, The Simpsons, Theremin, tv
I’m by no means a sci fi Star Trek geek, but it never fails that an episode of the space travel TV show makes me giggle at least twice.
One of those giggles is usually because Captain Kirk is having some green alien babe with an intricate beehive, twirly hairdo trying to get into his tight black uniform pants.
It happens at least every other episode.
If you’re curious about James T’s space nooky, PopFi has several links that have the lowdown on the Captain’s insatiable appetites.
I do know one thing, after seeing the pic above, I’ll never question his manhood.
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Tagged Add new tag, amore, Captain Kirk, James T. Kirk, love, Pop Culture, scifi, Star Trek, television, William Shatner