Shatner explains sound to children, reads Where the Wild Things Are

Shatner doing his best LeVar Burton impression.

Here he is at Denver Comic Con, inspiring younglings to wonder about the universe.

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4 thoughts on “Shatner explains sound to children, reads Where the Wild Things Are

    • I see your point and I raise you … one Shatner.
      Heh, chewing the scenery is all he’s got going for himself with this performance. I agree that he’s condescending and I didn’t really like the ‘rhetorical question’ joke either.

      I liked everything up to that point though. His speech on how sound works and his “rhetorical” questions were a lot of fun.

      • I liked the stuff on sound, too, and, no, the questions themselves weren’t bad. But I bet the kids’ questions, and their answers, would’ve been better! How much would it have cost him to do some wondering with them, instead of wondering at them?

        Ah, flibbedy floo! 😉

  1. He was being considerate of the Denver Comic Con people. If he had listened to the kids, he would’ve gone overtime and then they would have had to pay more. Flat fee for the first ten minutes, time and a half for each extra minute.

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