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Old March 2 2015, 09:07 PM   #1
Shaka Zulu
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SCTV Remembers Leonard Nimoy in "Check Please"

Those of you who watched both SCTV and Star Trek: TOS will remember this skit; a TV commercial for a new Star Trek show about McCoy and Spock working in a greasy spoon and still on each other's nerves! Featuring Harold Ramis as Spock and Dave Thomas as McCoy, this also serves as a tribute to Leonard Nimoy (but it's also a tribute to Harold Ramis as well, especially considering that Egon Spengler was described as a 'New Age Spock' in the script for Ghostbusters.)

May both men meet each other in the afterlife and trade experiences together.

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