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The Shat rules!! :)

William Shatner "does" Sarah Palin's resignation speech.

(UPDATED with clip from NBC itself - you'll have to deal with a 30sec ad tho)

... for those who don't quite get it, here's how it all started -- The Shat "interpreting" Rocket Man:

... and I found this gem: Shatner's tribute to George Lucas (made all the more funny because I only recently saw Fanboys and the Shat had an important role there too! Gotta love the Star Trek / Star Wars almost mutual exclusivity!):

... now if someone could point me to a GOOD QUALITY embeddable clip of
- Leonard Nimoy's Bilbo Baggins...!! :D
- ... and Stewie Griffin's version of Shatner's Rocketman!

[UPDATE: Shatner does Palin's tweets!]


  1. Lynne,

    They pulled the first video but this one still seems to be up!


  2. Gary, thanks for the link! :) I wonder how long that one will last, tho :(

  3. The Shat rocks!

    Where the hell did Palin come up with that speech? Does she think the American public (read republicans) will vote for someone running for President who makes nonsensical speeches out of bad poetry?

    Oh wait, maybe she has something there, people voted for George W, nucular and all.

  4. Um, in some places "shat" is the past tense of "sh*t, just thought you might like to know that. (Okay so it's sort of a goofy vernacular, but still...)

  5. @ anonymous : I'm amused that you'd think I didn't know about the meaning of "shat". I'm even more amused that you didn't want to identify yourself - too embarrassed to be associated with poop?


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