Sochi: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the bobsled USA-1.
If the American bobsled team finds itself in a jam at the Sochi Games, it appears they can call on Capt. James Tiberius Kirk to get them out of it.
William Shatner is an avid Olympic fan, and he's been tweeting out congratulatory messages to the medal winners this weekend. But he seems to have particular...
Via AP on Fox
February 09, 2014
from Steve Buffery of the Toronto Sun,
The Maple Leafs’ mission in these playoffs is to boldly go where no Leafs team has gone before ... or at least not for the last nine years.
And, yes, with apologizes to William Shatner.
You would think heading into Game 6 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series against the Boston Bruins, the Leafs would be brimming with...
William Shatner, known to more than a few people as Captain James T. Kirk, sent a tweet to Commander Chris Hadfield aboard the International Space Station.
Not only did Commander Hadfield respond, but he couldn’t have crafted a better reply. Simply Amazing. This pretty much wins the internet.
Now maybe Commander Hadfield will get a few more tweets sent to him.
[Geeks Are Sexy...
This coming Friday August 3, the Los Angeles Dodgers are holding their first ever Star Trek Night at Dodger Stadium. First off there be a giveaway of some really boss, limited edition Star Trek themed Dodgers t-shirts, that, when worn in the right circles, will make you cooler than an Andorian porn star. But the highlight of the night will be the appearance of Capt. James T....
Move over William Shatner, I think someone has just beat you when it comes to a travel deal.
In celebration of the Syracuse Orange #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Talk about March Madness, this is is the very definition, as the city of Syracuse is offering a variety of $1 deals throughout the city for residents and visitors alike. There are even $1 hotel stays.
22 local hotels...
NAOMI PRICE IS INNOCENT!
According to an AP report, the travel site Priceline.com will kill off Priceline Negotiator, the character the great Bill Shatner has portrayed in commercials for 14 years, in an action-packed Super Bowl commercial.
William Shatner‘s 14-year mission with Priceline has come to a close.
The actor, best known as Capt. James T. Kirk, the commander of Star Trek, will go out with a bang. His final ad with the company, set to air Monday, will show Shatner rescuing vacationers on a bus hanging on a bridge’s railing. “Save yourselves — some money,” Shatner says, handing his cellphone to...