Captain Kirk

Captain Kirk

Friday, September 09, 2005

Show #12 - Sept 9

Episode 12 on MP3

Onward! Show 12!

A consumer report on the Nitro razor from our Special Correspondent, Deep Shave!
Bill Shatner answers Five Questions in the Daily News
Shatner and Tea? WTF?
We watch Balance of Terror and discuss the amazing phenomenon of Kirklight
And - Uhura's panties!
Bascon 2005 - we'll be there
Creation Con 2006 - we'll be there too
The Science Fiction Podcast Network forums - go there!
Curt's Star Trek Film Restoration Project



I cannot think of an appropriate caption for this photo. Words fail me. Click for a larger (ahem) version.

25 comments:

Pavlina said...

Quite the photo, indeed.

Jungle Kitty said...

Hi Pavlina -

Ain't it though? I used to consider having WS autograph it at a con but I'm so afraid he'd sign right across the crotch. And then there would be an ugly scene of me screaming "NOOOOOOOOOO!" and snatching the pen out of his hand.

Bad idea. Bad kitty.

Jungle Kitty

Mella said...

Found your site on the blogger main page - I appreciate it as the daughter of a hardcore trekkie - What a riot!

Eddie said...

I am a huge trekkie as well.

PoliticsInSpace

Neo said...

There has, to be, SOME, BETTER, WAY!

Seriously though, I like Sean Luke Picard as the better captain.

Anonymous said...

"Now hold on a second...I am the coolest man on earth"

Lisa's Diet said...

This blog is so cool, I love it, so funny!!!!!

Gloria Glo said...

This place is incredible! I laughed so hard...I love it. Just the title was enough!

Saw Shatner at the Grand Slam Convention in Pasadena. He was so suave that I suddenly *got* Capt. Kirk. Now I get all giggly girly over the original Star Trek...and his butt is not bad for a guy that age.

Daphne Ruth Jenkins said...

Captain, you better set that phaser to stun or you're really gonna hurt someone!

Anyone else out there exited about Serenity?

Love the yummy site,
Daphne Ruth Jenkins

TUSK69 said...

Hey, cool! Tight pants! Yay!

JERKJ said...

I believe on this planet, we call that a "camel toe."

The Assimilated Negro said...

as a caption how about :

"ok people. I don't want everyone to start acting crazy, but what I'm goign to do for you is turn around and show you my butt."

a little long but ... maybe?

Pelicanhellican said...

So that's where he stores his socks!

Thomas said...

Hate to be offensive, but that looks more like a camel toe than a trouser snake.

Erica A. said...

can we say CAMEL TOE! YUMMY

Anonymous said...

such a sexy Jew!

liz said...

That CAN'T be comfortable.

Anonymous said...

Never knew he had such a great butt... and his butt front isn't too bad either!!!!

Me said...

Yeah, look at that crotch!! Looks like two giant pussy lips.

JB said...

I'm thinking "it's not unusual to be loved by anyone" by Tom Jones.

My that is such a seventies pic. I'm a big Star Trek fan of the original series. Took me what seemed to be years to figure out that Bill Shatner and William Shatner were the same guy and NOT brothers!

LOL!!

max inclined said...

The flipped-up collar really did it. The first thing I thought of was Elvis singing hunk of burning love. All he needs is a giant silver belt buckle...

Bogart said...

My OH My! Look at Shatner's fly! Bo wonder he grins so much.

Christopher Largen said...

A hunka-hunka burnin' Kirk!

kelly said...

I must disagree with you ladies. Not only IS that most definitely man camel toe, for some reason the Cameltoe site was strangely devoid of really good man cameltoe pics...the only times I've ever seen it are when guys wear these cheesy too-tight Vegas pants.

Yo, I see TWO bulges there. TWO. Clearly he dresses to BOTH sides.

TPaichaSorik said...

Hi! I really love your podcast.

I'm not such as big fan of William Shatner as you are (wouldn't manage if I tried, I guess), but I've always been a big fan of TOS and everything about it.
Just listening to this episode, because I believe in listening to podcasts in the correct order ;), so it'll take me a while to get to 2007.

Some years ago I probably wouldn't have liked your podcast much, cause I used to take Star Trek a lot more serious at that time. Fortunately now I can listen to criticism and even agree (if it is deserved).

I'm a big Enterprise fan as well, not TNG, DSN or VOY. Those are watchable, but not great imho.

Carry on!
nI'taQ (from Germany)