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A Video Tribute to Lieutenant UhuraNichelle Nichols, who portrayed communications officer Lieutenant Nyota Uhura in the Star Trek universe, died Saturday at age 89. John DiMarco, who has given us so many Star Trek supercuts, put together a tribute to her character with a series of Star Trek clips in chronological order. First there was Star Trek: The Original Series, which ran from 1966 to 1968. Nichols also gave Uhura a voice in Star Trek: The Animated Series in 1973 and '74. Then she reprised the character in six Star Trek feature films between 1979 and 1991, during which Uhura was promoted to lieutenant commander and then full commander. -via Laughing Squid#StarTrek #Uhura #NIchelleNichols #JohnDiMarco #supercut
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The Ultimate Love Boat Intro- with 901 Guest Stars! The Love Boat was a romantic comedy/drama television staple from 1977 to 1986. The joke at the time was that since it aired on Saturday night, it was a show for lonely people. The regular cast were the crew of a cruise ship called the Pacific Princess, and every week there would be two or three love stories involving passengers played by guest stars, which included well-known movie and TV stars, unknowns, and fledgling actors who went on to be quite famous later. A large number of those guest stars were from other ABC shows that the network wanted to promote. In this mega-mashup of the show's opening theme, YouTuber Retro Hole collected 901 guest stars who appeared on The Love Boat and fell in love over its nine-year run (plus several reunion specials). Let's see how many you recognize.
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The Keanuverse: A Keanu Reeves SupercutIf you had asked me to name Keanu Reeves' movies yesterday, I would have come up with The Matrix, John Wick, and, um, Bill and Ted. In his 35-year (so far) career, Reeves has appeared in 74 feature films! Oh yeah, and there are three more in production. This supercut places a bunch of the characters he's played into the matrix.