Watched Star Trek on Sunday night.
After a long day of shovelling and raking, we needed a treat.
I admit, I wasn't a huge Star Trek fan as a kid.
I saw many episodes, but wasn't a loyal follower.
I wouldn't classify The Husband as a Trekkie either, but I'm sure he can hold his own with Trek Trivia.
Despite that, we both agreed it would probably be worth seeing.
And it was. Go see it.
You probably know that Leonard Nimoy had a cameo. There's a scene towards the end of the movie where Nimoy makes a comment that he won't say the line because it's self-serving. The entire audience laughed. It was funny.
But on the way out of the theatre, there were two geeks behind us who were seriously debating this scene.
"How can he say that the line is self-serving?"
"It wasn't self-serving."
"It's totally a Spock line."
I look over at The Husband.
Raise one eyebrow.
The universal symbol for WTF.
We're trying not to laugh.
I glance back to see who's talking.
Expecting the obvious.
And was disappointed.
The least they could have done was wear pointy ears.
Having watched Galaxy Quest the night before, it was exactly what I was expecting.
"You are our last hope!"