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This calendar made George Takei ‘nearly burst with joy’

The simplest things in life can yield the best returns in pure happiness. I know this is true because Star Trek alum George Takei says so.

TV Club: The Twilight Zone: “The Encounter”/“Mr. Garrity And The Graves”

“The Encounter” (season 5, episode 31; originally aired 5/1/1964) In which George Takei gets a sword... I really wanted “The Encounter” to work. The scenario, which has two characters with every reason to distrust one another trapped in a claustrophobic space on a hot day, is a gripping, tension filled situation ripe with dramatic possibility. Show More Summary

News: Scott Lively, Louis Tomlinson, Kellogg's, George Takei, Haiti

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Anti-gay evangelist Scott Lively declares "victory" against Baal for his 19,192 votes for Massachusetts governor in last week's election. One Direction's Louis Tomlinson photographed sporting a rainbow Apple logo. Could he be showing his support for newly out CEO Tim...

Takei Advocacy Award

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

George Takei and his husband Brad were the recipient of a Vanguard Award last weekend. The award was given out at the 45th Anniversary Gala Vanguard Awards. The Vanguard Awards, presented by the Los Angeles LGBT Center, honors “some of the incredible people who have made a real difference in the lives of LGBT people […]

PRI's The World: George Takei Reflects on the Diversity of Hollywood

PRI's The World This year's fall television line-up features the most racial diversity seen in years on all major networks. We spoke to legendary actor George Takei about how he's seen racial stereotypes shift since he began working in Hollywood in the 1950s. Do you see a change in racial stereotypes on screen?

Marvel, Brad and George Takei honored for LGBT advocacy work at Vanguard Awards

The Los Angeles LGBT Center hosted its 45th Anniversary Gala Vanguard Awards Saturday night, honoring Marvel; George and Brad Takei;

George Takei Comes Out For Hillary in 2016

Count Star Trek's George Takei, aka Sulu, as one of Hillary Clinton's early supporters for 2016. At times I support things that [Senator John McCain] says. He’s one of the rational Republicans. But I’m a Democrat and I think particularly...Show More Summary

George Takei Answers Stupid Questions About Gay People

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

George Takei can do no wrong in our book. When he’s not taking on the haters at Westboro Baptist Church with his own music video to Adele Dazeem Idina Manzel’s Frozen anthem “Let It Go,” or endorsing pro-gay political candidates with Star...Show More Summary

George Takei on the secret to his Twitter success

Hey isn’t that… George Takei, the “Star Trek” OG and 77-year-old social media maven, holding court at the 4th annual FedTalks at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation on Thursday? “How many Trekkies are in the house?” shouted Goldy Kamali, CEO...Show More Summary

George Takei Offers Perfect Responses To Dumb Questions About Gay People

Who doesn't love George Takei? The actor, comedian and social media guru -- not to mention one of our favorite queer icons -- stopped by "The Meredith Vieira Show" this week and the pair had an adorable kiki. At one point during theShow More Summary

George Takei Offers Perfect Responses To Dumb Questions About Gay People

Who doesn't love George Takei? The actor, comedian and social media guru -- not to mention one of our favorite queer icons -- stopped by "The Meredith Vieira Show" this week and the pair had an adorable kiki. At one point during theShow More Summary

George Takei Fires Off Witty Answers to Dumb Questions About Gay People: VIDEO

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Stopping by The Meredith Vieira Show this week, George Takei did a dramatic reenactment of his recent collaboration with Buzzfeed where he provided witty answers to dumb questions about gay people. Later, Meredith introduced a new charity campaign called "Hugs...

Stephen Colbert Uses Star Trek, George Takei, To Fix Midterm Elections

3 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

People are more indifferent than ever about midterm elections. Midterm elections are expensive. Stephen Colbert thinks he's found a money-saving solution, and he found it in " A Taste of Armageddon, " the twenty-third of the first season of Star Trek: The Original Series. Read more...

Watch: Stephen Colbert’s Star Trek Solution To Midterm Election Boredom (w/ Help from George Takei)

3 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : TrekMovie.com

Stephen Colbert once again showed his love for Star Trek on last night’s The Colbert Report with an extended comparison between the episode "A Taste of Armageddon" and next week’s midterm elections in the US, and he also got a hand from George Takei. Watch it below. Colbert’s Taste of Midterm Armageddon With George Takei […]

George Takei Beams into The Colbert Report to Save the Midterms from Utter Indifference

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

As Stephen Colbert reminded his viewers Thursday night, despite the fact that this year's midterm elections will be the most expensive ever, voters could not be more indifferent about the outcome. The whole thing reminded him of an old Star Trek episode in which conventional war is replaced by a computer program that just decides who should die. Show More Summary

WATCH: Stephen Colbert beams up George Takei to save democracy

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

On last night’s episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert complained about how dull the midterm elections are despite the fact that almost $4 billion are being spent on them. He said he was watching an old Star Trek episode, “A Taste of Armageddon,” which was from “the...

Stephen Colbert and George Takei scheme to get you to care about the looming midterms

The 2014 midterms are the most expensive yet, costing $4 billion, and few people are paying attention. "It's like the Lone Ranger of elections," said Stephen Colbert on Thursday night's Colbert Report. While watching CNN coverage of the midterms, he said — "I ran out of Ambien" — he flipped over to a rerun of Star Trek, and inspiration struck. Show More Summary

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