Star Trek Cribs

By Shamus
on May 11, 2006
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Nerd Culture

Via Eidelblog I find this gem: Star Trek Cribs – The Director’s Cut.



Very well done. And funny.

I love the little touches in the background. The outfits hung on the walls. McCoy playing Halo 2. Sulu pushing Uhura away. The Warhol-style Spock picture on the wall. Can anyone identify the picture behind Sulu? I don’t recognize it.

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  1. Dan says:

    I don’t know the pic in the backround, but the whole bit is actually a commercial for star trek on
    G4/tech tv. They just picked up the series and are running it in sindication (duh!). there is another one with spock singing kareoke. ( I think he’s doing a B. Spears song)

  2. […] I can just imagine what political bloggers think when they look over at Mos Eisley here and see us talking about Star Trek cribs. I think Steven’s obviously Chewie – I’m the hammerhead in the corner, Shamus is probably the furry thing. […]

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  1. […] I can just imagine what political bloggers think when they look over at Mos Eisley here and see us talking about Star Trek cribs. I think Steven’s obviously Chewie – I’m the hammerhead in the corner, Shamus is probably the furry thing. […]

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