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TV Land’s Top 100 Catchphrases — The Trek Phrases December 24, 2006

by Matt Wright , Filed under: Trek Franchise,Uncategorized , trackback

As we reported recently Star Trek had 3 entries on TV Land’s list of Top 100 TV catchphrases. Here are William Shatner, Marina Sirtis, George Takei, LeVar Burton, and Wil Wheaton (along with a collection of quasi-celebrities) discussing "Resistance is Futile", "Live Long and Prosper" and "Space the Final Frontier…"


1. Anthony Pascale - December 24, 2006

thanks Matt…good job capturing that vid.

got to love Takei…still seems that he hasnt got over TNG not being ‘the new adventures of captain Sulu’….and equating the Borg to Tribbles….oh my

2. Admiraldeem - December 24, 2006

And I have to add that involving Wil Wheaton in the discussion was like serving Romulan Ale for supper–after experiencing the pain, you have to ask why would anyone do that to himself?

3. Naib - December 24, 2006

I could have sworn the Green Acres theme won at the Emmys? Well, anyway neat. As to Wil Wheaton, I didn’t like him as Wesley but he’s redeemed himself in my eyes.

4. patio - December 24, 2006

this was actually well done…hats off to TV Land

5. Adam Cohen - December 24, 2006

Takei is hilarious. Oh my indeed, Anthony.

Shatner is certiifiable. “Think about it, where… NO MAN hasgonebefore!”

I love these old timers. And Wil Wheaton, good luck with that facial hair. Give it time!

6. scathedObsidian - December 24, 2006

That was pretty cool. Although I found Mr. Tambourine Man pretty funny/jarring/weird in a good way.

Now, let’s cue StillKirok finding some way to turn this into a Bring Back Kirk campaign.

7. Picardsucks - December 24, 2006

What about “he’s dead Jim.” ???

8. Techtrekker - December 24, 2006

What about “Beam me up Scotty” ???

Granted it was never said in the original series, but still…

9. CmdrR - December 24, 2006

They even bothered to find the dude who played Pugsley?
His makes Danny Bonaduce’s life well spent. Or am I missing something; has he developed a friction-free ball bearing or something?

10. CmdrR - December 24, 2006


Merry Christmas!

11. Dave - December 25, 2006

Actually GREEN ACRES did win that year, but it was still fun to see!

12. andrew beal - December 26, 2006

Did anyone notice that all the clips used for the special are from MOVIES, although this was a special about TV catchphrases? Whenever we see the series, it’s in the form of stills.
There must have been a legal rights issue. Bizarre.

13. Dave - August 6, 2009

What about “Damn it Jim!”?

14. wayne - March 28, 2010

What is the phrase used when they were meeting new spieces, and why they could not get involved unless they were part of the federation??? is represented by Gorilla Nation. Please contact Gorilla Nation for ad rates, packages and general advertising information.