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Star Trek Top 10: Leonard Nimoy on Letterman

posted by Nell Minow

Be sure to tune in tonight to hear Letterman’s Top 10 list — read by Mr. Spock himself, Leonard Nimoy! spock.jpg
Thanks to Bob Elisberg for the tip!



  • jestrfyl

    OK Gotcha is making me nuts here. This is my third try.
    The above was a ghost from my computer’s clipboard
    I meant to say…
    It was amusing, but it seemed as if Mr Nimoy either had a stroke or he had a few drinks. If it had been the former the news would have been filled with it. Therefore it is logical to think he had been enjoying the full hospitality of the Green Room.

  • CounselorTroi

    He has had this speech problem for a while now. I was thinking stroke or possibly ill-fitting dentures. He is 78, after all. He’s earned a little slack.

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