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Oreo is Captain Kirk to Milk’s Spock on Star Trek Day + More Trek Anniversary Great Links September 8, 2012

by Kayla Iacovino , Filed under: History,Viral Video/Mashup/Images,Web , trackback

On this day in 1966, Star Trek debuted on television. Google may have celebrated a day early, but today Oreo Cookie celebrates the 46th “Star Trek Day” by tweeting their #dailytwist photo in honor of Trek with the caption, “We are the Captain Kirk to Milk’s Spock.”

Check that and more Star Trek Birthday links from across the web

 

Happy 46th Anniversary, Star Trek!

Today, Oreo payed homage to Trek as part of their Daily Twist campaign, and you can see all of their other tributary cookie creations on their twitter page (@Oreo).

More Trek Bday Links + Google Doodle Is Big News

Here are some more links celebrating Star Trek’s birthday:

And there are dozens of stories across the web all about Google’s Star Trek doodle, inlcluding major news outlets like Fox, Washington Post, LA Times and many more.

More birthday Tweets

There have also been many many tweets about Star Trek’s bday, including a couple showing your tax dollars at work…

Comments

1. Elias Javalis - September 8, 2012

Something tells me, the supreme council is behind this :) I mean…Star Trek day, Star Trek google :), Star Trek Cookies…

2. CmdrR - September 8, 2012

Glad the cookie people remember the fans. Wish Hollywood did.

When do we get a trailer and a few plot points? Where is the merchandise and the big build up a major release needs (that these days begins a full year in advance)?

Oh, Happy Man Trap, everyone. Remember… the episodes get better!!

3. Sebastian S. - September 8, 2012

Am I the ONLY one who thinks that the Kirk’s Oreo into Spock’s milk sounds like a really nasty joke somehow?

;-P

4. Sebastian S. - September 8, 2012

Oh, and happy Star Trek day. ;-)

5. rm10019 - September 8, 2012

Love to see Trek in the public spotlight and people having fun with it!

6. Nony - September 8, 2012

So what’s McCoy?

Joking, joking. Sort of.

7. Joshua J. Slone - September 8, 2012

With the lack of an engineering section, though, this is more of an NX-01 Oreo.

8. AJ - September 8, 2012

3.

Nope.

“Into the Darkness” indeed…

9. Rose by any other name is Keachick - September 8, 2012

I guess you are supposed to dunk Kirk’s oreo in Spock’s glass of milk? It sounds a bit weird, a little off even. I don’t know.

Anyway, can I get one of those Oreo Enterprise cookies? I’m supposed to be watching my weight – such a bore…sigh. Then again, Oreo Enterprise cookies only come but once a year – 8 September…

10. P Technobabble - September 8, 2012

If only Gene R was still around to see his baby at 46 years old.

11. Khan was Framed! - September 8, 2012

That is a better design that JJ’s Enterprise!

12. Vultan - September 8, 2012

Yes sir, that’s one delicious saucer separation.

13. CmdrR - September 8, 2012

Every time I see a “10 Things You Didn’t Know About Star Trek,” I think I could make a million dollars betting against it.

I’m down another million. Great stuff.

14. Gary S. - September 8, 2012

Happy Birthday Star Trek!
May you continue to live long and prosper

15. xai - September 9, 2012

Happy Nit Pickers day

16. oby - September 9, 2012

Does that model of the Enterprise still exist?

17. Roddenberry Worshipper - September 9, 2012

2.

Agreed. Where is the viral marketing campaign? Where are the teaser posters? Where are the official teaser photos and videos? Isn’t it about time we see SOMETHING to start drawing interest toward the next chapter in Star Trek?

18. gingerly - September 9, 2012

@9

I see what you did there. XD

19. Jerry Modene - September 10, 2012

Enjoyed the “10 things you didn’t know” article. I only got 8 out of 10, though – missed numbers 8 and 10.

Mayberry, indeed. I knew that “The Paradise Syndrome” was filmed near the Mayberry swimming hole, though, so I should have known that one. I’m going to have to watch “City” tomorrow.

20. Captain Dunsel - September 10, 2012

16.

I read that Mr. R had lent this model to someone, never to get it back, so maybe it is still out there somewhere. Time to put out an APB:)

21. Charla - September 10, 2012

Now this is a good night. Get some Oreo cookies and a big tall glass of ice cold milk and watch some Star Trek TOS episodes. See ya!

22. Captain Dunsel - September 10, 2012

Info on the Enterprise models:

http://hollywoodlostandfound.net/props/enterpriseTV.html

23. CmdrR - September 10, 2012

No Science Saturday. Waaaahhhhhhh.

24. Adam Bomb 1701 - September 11, 2012

The “10 Things…” article was wrong about one thing. According to Solow and Justman’s “Inside Star Trek” (a great book if you can get your hands on it, as it’s long OOP) NBC didn’t object to the woman as the ship’s second-in-command. What they did object to was the actress herself. The network suits were amused when the show went to series as Roddenberry tried to sneak that same actress past them by putting a blond wig on her, thinking that no one would notice. The network suits objecting to the woman was an urban legend that Roddenberry himself loved to embellish.

25. falcon - September 13, 2012

Star Trek and my dad, both born on the same day 31 years apart. Happy birthday to both (77 and 46)!

26. sporteresq - October 8, 2012

That hottest women of Trek page is terrible!!! They miss sooo many! Geez.

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