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Leonard Nimoy

  1. Star Trek’s Grace Lee Whitney Passes Away at 85

    At ease, Lt. Commander.

    It's difficult to remember that Grace Lee Whitney, who played Yeoman Janice Rand on Star Trek, only appeared in eight episodes of the show when you consider how popular the character remained, particularly for female Trekkies longing to see themselves in Starfleet. Sadly, Whitney passed away on Friday at the age of 85.

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  2. Leonard Nimoy’s Son Directing a Documentary About His Dad and Spock for Star Trek‘s 50th Anniversary

    Spockumentary.

    In a highly logical move, Leonard Nimoy's son, Adam, will direct For the Love of Spock, a documentary and tribute to the career of his late father.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: A Condensed, 8-Bit Version of The Walking Dead

    It's dangerous to go alone.

    If you're behind on The Walking Dead, this 8-bit NES-style recap should get you shambling up to speed in no time.

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  4. Star Trek Writer and Producer Harve Bennett Passes Away at 84

    LLAP

    It's been a tough week for space heroes: Leonard Nimoy left us last Friday after 83 prosperous years, Harrison Ford was hospitalized yesterday following a plane crash, and Harve Bennett, the producer and writer who helped bring Star Trek to the big screen and created many of the franchise's most iconic moments, passed away Wednesday in Oregon at 84.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: William Shatner Celebrates Leonard Nimoy’s Life On Twitter

    To honor Nimoy's life today, Shatner took to Twitter to answer fan questions about Nimoy and their friendship.

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  6. Feel All the Things With These Touching Leonard Nimoy Tributes

    The world lost a great man Friday with the passing of Leonard Nimoy. The news was followed, fittingly, with a lot of tributes and remembrances of Nimoy's life and accomplishments.

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  7. He Lived Long, He Prospered: Leonard Nimoy Passes Away at 83

    A great loss to us all.

    Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy passed away this evening in L.A.

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  8. Watch 1983’s Leonard Nimoy Tell You About How Return of the Jedi Was Made

    It Came From Outer Space

    For those young whippersnappers (myself included) who weren't watching Nickelodeon on 1983, this is a clip from Standby: Lights, Camera, Action!, a show where Leonard Nimoy explained how movies were made. Its existence answers the age old question: if Star Wars and Star Trek intersect before the internet exits, does it make a sound? Previously in Leonard Nimoy

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  9. Leonard Nimoy Reveals His Struggle With Pulmonary Disease

    Vital Information for Your Everyday Life

    The nerd world has been abuzz with concern lately over Leonard Nimoy, who was photographed traveling being assisted through an airport with a wheelchair and an oxygen mask. Nimoy has taken to his own twitter account to end the speculation and make sure his fans know what's really going on with him. And the internet's honorary grandpa has one message for everybody: quit smoking now, not later.

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  10. Leonard Nimoy Wants to Be the Internet’s Honorary Grandpa, If We’ll Have Him

    Yes. Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. Yes.

    The other day on Twitter Leonard Nimoy was waxing proud grandpapa about his granddaughter Dani for running his official store. Then he offered to be your honorary grandfather. My honorary grandfather. Everybody's honorary grandfather. The internet responded, and he declared himself the "proudest Grandpa." Shh. Shh. Don't ruin the moment. Just accept Leonard Nimoy as your honorary Twitter grandpa.

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  11. William Shatner’s New Music Video “Ponder the Mystery” Is Bananas

    You will ponder the mystery of whether anyone is into this for something other than comedy.

    William Shatner has a new album coming out, because he's really into spoken word type stuff and needs an outlet for his creative genius. Unsurprisingly, it has massive entertainment value.

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  12. Things We Saw Today: Stewart and McKellen and Nimoy, Oh My!

    Things We Saw Today

    Yesterday we showed you Sirs Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen exploring the Big Apple. Now they're joined by Leonard Nimoy. Coney Island has been blessed. (Twitter)

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  13. Watch Live as SETI Institute Announces Official Names of Pluto’s Smallest Known Moons

    The public voted and decided the names should be "Vulcan" and "Kerberos", but it won't be official until SETI says it is.

    Today at 12:00 PM EDT you can jump on a Google Hangout with SETI to hear the official naming of Pluto's two smallest known moons. SETI held a vote a few months ago, and the winning names were "Vulcan" and "Cerberus." Cerberus is already the name of an asteroid, so to avoid any confusion they're expected to use the alternate Greek spelling "Kerberos." We've got the live video right here.

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  14. Star Trek Into Darkness Goes, and Goes, Just Not Very Boldly

    Review

    Into Darkness, that colon-less second installment of New Trek kicking off the summer season is a lot of things, including plentifully humorous, bombastic, well-designed, and confused about its purpose. Like the villain that menaced us from all those teaser posters, Into Darkness makes us wonder what, ultimately, it’s up to. Identity is a key factor to wonder about as, two movies in, even casual Trekkie patience is worn thin by a stream of visual and idealistic incursions that belong to other films. Make no mistake; Into Darkness is a good popcorn-crunching experience, swift on its feet and full of action and jokes. It’s just not, like its predecessor, much of a Star Trek film. Ensign, take us to SPOILERS.

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  15. Spock vs. Spock Makes for the Greatest Car Ad of All Time [Video]

    It's rare that a TV commercial rises to the level of high art, but damned if Audi didn't just nail it right here. In nearly three minutes of Spock on Spock action, we've got the following: Chess, swearing, Leonard Nimoy singing "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins," a 'hand against the glass' gag, and even a Vulcan nerve pinch for good measure. And if you're wondering which one ends up being the one true Spock...just kidding. You weren't really wondering that, were you? Don't feel bad, though, Mr. Quinto. Leonard's just been at this a lot longer than you have.

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  16. I Guess This Charming Leonard Nimoy/Zachary Quinto Sketch is a Car Commercial Or Something

    To Boldly Go

    Zachary Quinto and Leonard Nimoy shill for Audi, but you'll forgive them after you watch this video full of fake coughing, nerve pinches, and even everybody's furry footed hero. (via io9.)

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  17. Star Trek’s Uhura And Spock Were Supposed To Hook Up Years Ago, Then William Shatner Pulled Rank

    Dammit Jim!

    Well this is a surprise. We all know about the interracial kiss that rocked the world on Star Trek on November 22, 1968 but did you know that kiss was originally supposed to be between Uhura and Spock, not Uhura and Kirk? 

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  18. Things We Saw Today: If Game of Thrones Was Cats

    Things We Saw Today

    I don't really have anything more to ad. (GQ)

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  19. Leonard Nimoy Circa 1981 Wants You To Buy a PlayStation 4 [VIDEO]

    Highly Successful Marketing Strategies

    And who are you not to take the advice of Leonard Nimoy circa 1981 when he tells you what gaming console to buy? Honestly. That moustache and those stunning graphics would not lie to you. (via: blastr) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  20. Star Trek’s Leonard Nimoy Narrates NASA Asteroid Video

    To Boldly Go

    I'm convinced having Leonard Nimoy doing voiceovers for space videos is the only way to go. Here he is now narrating a video about NASA's Dawn mission. It's goal is to study two of our universe's largest aesteroids - Ceres and Vesta (though the Doctor Who fan in me keeps seeing Vastra instead of Vesta). Enjoy the dulcet tones of Nimoy as you travel into the beyond... (via io9) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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