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Wrighty
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Re: Shatner


KathyS wrote:


dotfrank wrote:
Who ever thought WIlliam Shatner could be so funny?




I think the first time I saw him act was on the Twilight Zone...serious stuff. ...but I also saw him on a game show, years ago, and he was a real jokester!...so I think he had it in him all the time to be funny! Now all I have to do is look at him, and I can't take him seriously! He really is a gifted actor, to be able to act in both of these capacities.

K.




He makes that show Boston Legal with his character "Denny Crane!". They have good writers. They make me laugh anyway.
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kiakar
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Re: Shatner



KathyS wrote:


dotfrank wrote:
Who ever thought WIlliam Shatner could be so funny?




I think the first time I saw him act was on the Twilight Zone...serious stuff. ...but I also saw him on a game show, years ago, and he was a real jokester!...so I think he had it in him all the time to be funny! Now all I have to do is look at him, and I can't take him seriously! He really is a gifted actor, to be able to act in both of these capacities.

K.




Is he the one that played on Star Trek for years and now on Boston legal? I love him on that! He and the other funny lawyer are so crazy on that show. I wouldnt miss that for the world.
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kiakar
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Re: Shatner



Wrighty wrote:

KathyS wrote:


dotfrank wrote:
Who ever thought WIlliam Shatner could be so funny?




I think the first time I saw him act was on the Twilight Zone...serious stuff. ...but I also saw him on a game show, years ago, and he was a real jokester!...so I think he had it in him all the time to be funny! Now all I have to do is look at him, and I can't take him seriously! He really is a gifted actor, to be able to act in both of these capacities.

K.




He makes that show Boston Legal with his character "Denny Crane!". They have good writers. They make me laugh anyway.




That guy will never quit acting , will he? When he is 90, I guess he will be somebody's grandpa gone mad or something.
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